ET A School's material on 3M (Maintenance and Material Management)
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What is the 3M system?
The 3M system provides for efficient, uniform methods of conducting and recording preventive and corrective maintenance.
What is the Navy's system for managing maintenance?
3-M (Maintenance and Material Management)
Commands that use the 3M system
All Navy Ships
Equipment of the Naval Air Traffic control
Commander Naval Reserve Force
Aircraft Launch & Recovery Equipment
Air Navigation & Landing Systems
Naval Education & Training Center Activities
Commands that don't use the 3M system
Nuclear Propulsion Plants & Associated Equipment
Fleet Ballistic Missile Systems
Goals of the 3M system
1. Recognize equipment design problems and effectiveness
2. Availability and overhaul planning
3. Support to complete maintenance
4. Manning, technical and logistics support financing
Objectives of the 3M system
Configuration Status Accounting
Anything we do to fix equipment that has failed or is not working to design specifications.
Actions intended to prevent or discover functional failures.
Examples of Corrective Maintenance
Fixing equipment that has failed
Fixing equipment not working to design specifications
Examples of Preventive Maintenance
Modifications to installed equipment
Standardized method for the Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
Planning, Scheduling, and Accomplishing
PMS procedures are the...
...minimum required to maintain equipment in a fully operational condition.
2 items the Maintenance Data System (MDS) allows to be reported:
1. Report applicable maintenance requirements
2. Configuration changes to equipment
(record the data in MDS system once)
Commanding Officer (CO)
has overall responsibility for ensuring ship maintenance effectively within the command
Executive Officer (XO)
The ships' 3-M system manager and is responsible to the commanding officer for the overall management of the ships' 3-M system.
3M System Coordinator
The functional manager of the 3-M system and is responsible to the XO for the coordination and direct supervision of all administrative facets of the ships' 3-M system.
Responsible for the effective operation of the 3-M system within his/her department.
Responsible to the Department Head and manages the Divisional 3-M program.
Departmental 3M Assistant
Coordinates and supervises Department's 3-M program.
Group Center Supervisor
Responsible for 2 or more work centers
Responsible for effective operation of the 3-M system within their work center
Responsible to the work center supervisor
The following is a duty or responsibility of Maintenance Personnel:
Performing assigned scheduled maintenance requirements
Preparing, initiating or updating all 3M documentation as required
Report to the work center supervisor when there are any doubts about the ability to complete a maintenance requirement
Three problems the Maintenance Person should report to the Work Center Supervisor:
1. Equipment deficiencies and casualties
2. Planned maintenance requirements
3. Anything on maintenance card
Location of 13 Week Report
Two purposes of the 13 Week Report:
1. What maintenance is scheduled to be accomplished during a specific week
2. Who is assigned to perform it
Column on the 13 Week Report indentifies the equipment needing maintenance
Column on the 13 Week Report lists the person by name responsible for performing the maintenance assignment
Column on the 13 Week Report identifies the periodicity code
Column on the 13 Week Report identifies the date the maintenance assignment was completed
Column on the 13 Week Report is signed by the maintenance person after completing the maintenance assignment
Who should be notified if the dates on the 13 Week Report are incorrect?
Notify your work center supervisor immediately
Two columns on the 13 Week Report identify your maintenance assignment
1. The MP series # and periodicity code identify your maintenance assignment
2. Look in the maintenance responsibility column for your name
Symbol indicating a mandatory related maintenance action must be performed in conjunction with the current maintenance requirement
Pound sign (#)
Document that provides detailed procedures for performing the maintenance requirements
Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC)
Document that lists all Maintenance Index Pages (MIP) assigned to a work center
List of Effective Pages (LOEP)
Record sheet indicating changes to the List of Effective Pages (LOEP)
Document that contains a complete index of Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRC) assigned to a Work Center for the equipment that has PMS support
Maintenance Index Page (MIP)
How to accomplish the maintenance requirement
Resources needed to accomplish the maintenance check
Tools, parts and material block
When to accomplish the maintenance check
What maintenance is to be done
Maintenance requirement description block
Block on the Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) shows the skill level recommended to complete the maintenance requirement
Maintenance required to be accomplished concurrently
Related Maintenance block
Average time to perform the maintenance requirement
Man Hrs. block
Identifies the Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRC) listed on the Maintenance Index Page (MIP)
MRC No. block
Issued periodically to update the PMS program
Force Revisions block
Date the List of Effective Pages was produced
Brief description of system / equipment
Displays the signature of the person who entered the change into the PMS manual
Signature of person entering change block
Shows the date the change was entered into the Work Center PMS Manual
Date entered block
Shows the date of the latest change
Date of change block
Lists the latest Force Revision (FR) or Advance Change Notice (ACN)
Change No. block
Contains planned maintenance requirements for the Work Center and the documents necessary to verify the maintenance requirements
Work Center PMS manual
Location of the Work Center PMS Manual
What do you compare the SYSCOM MRC number on the MRC to when verifying the Maintenance Requirement Card?
The Periodicity Code
What do you compare the SYSCOM MIP control number on the MIP when verifying Maintenance Index Page?
Two parts contained in the MRC Code
Three items you pay particular attention to while reviewing the procedures block on the Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC)
Block on the Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) lists precautions and references on possible hazards to personnel and equipment
3 items the Location block on the Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) can contain
1. Specific location
2. Equipment guide list
3. TYCOM authorized check-off
Document used when preventive maintenance requirements must be performed on identical equipment pertaining to a specific MRC
EGL (equipment guide list)
Work contained on each EGL
No more than a single day's work (8 hrs).
NOTE: Separate EGLs are prepared for each day if it contains more than one day required.
Who prepares an EGL?
Who should be notified if you notice the location block on the Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) is blank?
Notify Work Center Supervisor
What is the importance of accomplishing post MRC accomplishment actions?
Documentation of equipment maintenance
Chain of Command notification
Proper equipment restoration
Steps to match post MRC accomplishment actions
Step 1: Clear and remove all posted tags
Step 2: Restore equipment to its normal condition
Step 3: Return all tools and parts to their proper place
Step 4: Return MRC's and EGL's to the Work Center PMS Manual
Step 5: Notify the Work Center Supervisor when done
Step 6: Sign the 13 Week Report
Who should be told of all deficiencies that occur during the completion of a Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC)?
Work Center Supervisor