Navy Diving. Planned Maintenance Program Failure Analysis Reports. Kerry Duffy NAVSEA 059. Sound Familiar?. Surface Force Maintenance Effectiveness Reviews Cycles 23/25. Majority of Diving Systems reviewed MIP Series 5921, 5971, and H-012
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Planned Maintenance Program
Failure Analysis Reports
Majority of Diving Systems reviewed
MIP Series 5921, 5971, and H-012
1. Exceeded CNO reduction of 30% (over 39% actual)
a. Deletion of redundant maintenance tasks.
b. Age exploration of current tasks where possible.
C. Shift towards “R” vice calendar periodicity's.
2. Periodic revisiting of systems for continued process improvement.
A method for determining preventative maintenance requirements
based on the analysis of the likely functional failures of
hardware having a significant impact on safety, operations and
1. Initial development: Needs to happen in the planning stages
with the ISEA, Design or Program Office and Sailors.
A. Our maintenance program suffers due to the lack of
this process not being enforced. There is no Waiver for the
1. Backfit Analysis: An analytical approach for the review
of existing maintenance tasks to determine if the are in fact
applicable and effective.
2. If the task does not meet the criteria, either modify it to do
so or eliminate it.
“Maintenance is designed to preserve function, not eliminate
the risk of failure. You can minimize risk, but you cannot
eliminate all failures”