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108 CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (CESE) FUNDAMENTALS NAVEDTRA 43904-1C
Civil Engineer Support Equipment References: NAVFAC P-300, Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.1 Equipment Management (Red Book)
Civil Engineer Support Equipment NAVFAC P-307, Management of Weight Handling Equipment NAVSEA 4790.8B, Maintenance and Material Management (3M)
Civil Engineer Support Equipment PQS Question 108.1 State the purpose of the Battalion Equipment Evaluation Program (BEEP) Reference: COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.1 Equipment Management (Red Book)
Equipment Evaluation Purpose of the Battalion Equipment Evaluation Program. (BEEP) To pass on all special knowledge of CESE maintenance and operations techniques.
Equipment Evaluation To provide the relieving battalion with a realistic and in-depth condition evaluation of CESE allowance, facilities, tools and materials.
Civil Engineer Support Equipment PQS Question 108.2 State the purposes of the following publications and instructions. P-300 COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200 P-307 NAVSEA 4790.8B
Civil Engineer Support Equipment Reference: NAVFAC P-300, Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.1 Equipment Management (Red Book) NAVFAC P-307, Management of Weight Handling Equipment
P-300 The purpose of this publication is to assist management at all levels in properly discharging their responsibilities in the efficient management of the transportation program.
11200 Series The purpose of this publication is to establish policy, assign actions and give guidance for the Naval Construction Force Equipment Management program.
P-307 The purpose of this publication –To maintain the level of safety and reliability built into each unit of applicable equipment by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM); –To ensure optimum service life
P-307 –To provide uniform standards for licensing of WHE operators; –To ensure the safe lifting and controlling capability of WHE and promote safe operating practices through the inspection, test, certification, qualification, and operation requirements prescribed herein.
NAVSEA 4790.8B The purpose of this publication –3M is designed to provide ships, and applicable shore stations with a simple and standard means for planning, scheduling, controlling, and performing maintenance on all shipboard systems and equipment.
NAVSEA 4790.8B The purpose of this publication –The primary objective of 3-M is to manage maintenance in a manner, which will ensure maximum equipment and system operational readiness.
Civil Engineer Support Equipment PQS Question 107.3 Describe the term deadline and its effects on availability. Reference: COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.2
Deadline The term "deadline" applies to any item of equipment that, in the opinion of the Maintenance Supervisor, parts cannot be obtained, or equipment cannot be safely operated within a period of 72 hours or more without endangering the operator or equipment performance. Overall availability decreases with equipment on deadline.
Civil Engineer Support Equipment PQS Question 107.4 Describe the purpose of equipment lay up (3M). Reference: NAVSEA 4790.8B
Lay up Place equipment in live storage when there is no foreseeable need for the equipment for a period of two preventive maintenance (PM) cycles or 80 working days. All cranes, however, shall be maintained in an active status under control of the crane crew. The CESE eligible for live storage must be in A4 condition.
IEM Inactive Equipment Maintenance - To implement procedures for the accomplishment of PMS for equipment declared in an inactive status, current PMS schedules are modified to annotate the requirements listed in the IEM section of the Maintenance Index Page (MIP). For advance planning and scheduling of maintenance to take place, it is necessary to determine and identify the extent that ship's force personnel will apply PMS during an inactive period. MIPs in each Work Center will be reviewed to determine if equipment has IEM coverage, if the coverage is adequate, and what procedure to follow if there is no IEM coverage on the MIP in question. The Department Head is responsible for determining equipment IEM status.
Status I & Status II Status I. Equipment that will remain on board and will be inactive for thirty days or longer and is not scheduled for corrective maintenance or overhaul. Status II. Equipment that is inactive for thirty days or longer and is directly subject to corrective maintenance, overhaul, or removal for safe storage/replacement.
Civil Engineer Support Equipment PQS Question 107.5 Describe the responsibilities of the following: Equipment yard supervisor Collateral equipment technician Dispatcher Maintenance Supervisor Det Repair parts Petty Officer Reference: COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.2
Equipment yard supervisor –The “Yard Boss” manages the equipment yard and the CESE parked in it; establishes and enforces traffic control through the yard, such as stop signs, speed limits, and one- way-traffic flow; maintains and establishes parking lines and areas, such as ready-line and waiting-entry-into-shop line; is in charge of the vehicle refueling station and equipment wash rack; and ensures that all operator maintenance procedures are performed correctly to reduce equipment breakdowns. –The "Yard Boss" determines operator liability because he is familiar with the equipment and should know what dents and damages are new. –Working with the Dispatcher, the "Yard Boss" cycles and exercises equipment not otherwise used during that week in accordance with P-300, appendix J, paragraph 3b. He must ensure accurate entries
Equipment yard supervisor –are entered into the Cycle Log. (The log will contain these columns at a minimum: Date, USN Number, Beginning and Ending hours/miles and Total Time Cycled). –The Equipment Yard Supervisor shall ensure that all operators are performing pre-start R checks of CESE prior to dispatching, and shall ensure that all Operators’ Inspection Guide and Trouble Reports (NAVFAC Form 9-11240/13) and post operational R checks are properly completed prior to returning the trip ticket to dispatch. –The Yard Boss and Crew will be responsible to assist the Work Centers and conduct all other maintenance requirements. The Yard Boss will supervise operators performing maintenance requirements and provide the Dispatcher/Work Center Supervisors feedback of completed /not completed requirements.
Collateral equipment custodian –To control collateral equipment, the custodian shall do the following: Inventory. Maintain an accurate up-to- date location list of the unit's Collateral equipment using the CB 60 Form. Order. Shortages and replacements shall be ordered when required. Ensure that appropriate records are maintained for each requisition submitted. This is done through proper use of the CB 60 Form. Manage. Sub-custody of component collateral equipment is assigned to the operator or crew leader by signature on a CB 60 Form on an as needed basis.
Dispatcher The Dispatcher, normally an EO1, holds a key equipment management position in the unit, and controls the day to-day equipment assignments and CESE usage. The Dispatcher's primary duties are to receive and evaluate requests for vehicles and then dispatch suitable equipment from authorized resources. It is the dispatcher's responsibility to check the operator's Vehicle Operator’s Identification Card (OF-346) and license, when applicable, prior to issuing a trip ticket. Dispatchers must provide for the most economical use of manpower and equipment while ensuring equipment safety, security, and proper use.
Maintenance Supervisor Directs and coordinates maintenance actions, test and performs operational procedures on applicable 3M gear. Directs and coordinates the efforts of personnel to ensure an integrated approach to achieving full combat system operational status.
Det Repair parts Petty Officer RPPO orders, tracks repair parts for the maintenance program. Maintains log of available funds for ordering of parts.
Monthly CESE/MHE PQS Question 108.6 State the purpose of a Monthly CESE/MHE report. Reference: COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.2
Monthly CESE/MHE The report provides status on all equipment that cannot be returned to service to perform all intended functions; has been determined by the maintenance supervisor, or higher authority, that repair parts are required, and that the parts are not obtainable within three working days.
TOA Changes PQS Question 108.7 Describe in detail the steps and procedures required to initiate Table of Allowance (TOA) changes. Reference: NAVFAC P-300
TOA Changes Initiating TOA Changes. All changes to TOAs managed by NAVFACENGCOM shall be initiated in accordance with NAVFACINST 4423.1, Modification and Documentation of Naval Facilities Engineering Command Managed Tables of Allowance.
TOA Changes Format. The NAVSUP Form 1220-2, Allowance Change Request/Report, or a formal letter are the prescribed documents to request item addition/deletion, or quantity increase/decrease in all published allowance lists. Submit justification for each suggested allowance modification.
TOA Changes Justification. Justification for changes shall be based on one or more of the following: Mission Capability Improvement. Shall the proposed change improve the capability to perform assigned mission? Quantitative estimates of increases in construction quality, productivity, or readiness shall be made. Proposed changes which result from changes in a unit's mission shall be specifically identified.
TOA Changes Cost Effectiveness. Does the proposed change lead to a reduction in material or labor costs or in the cost of the allowance itself? Include a brief cost comparison. Safety. Shall the proposed change result in a safer operation? Other. Shall the proposed change result in a nonquantitative improvement such as improved health, comfort, or morale?
TOA Changes Submittal. Recommendations that involve changes to authorized TOAs shall be submitted to Commanding Officer, Code 15, Naval Facilities Expedtionary Logistics Center, 1000 23rd Avenue, Bldg 1000, Port Hueneme, California 93043-4410. After NFELC's research and evaluation, the Allowance Change Request (ACR) is forwarded to the appropriate chain of command (COMFIRSTNCD/COMTHIRDNCR) for endorsement to COMNAVFACENGCOM Code SR.