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3M & Navy Supply System. Objectives. Objective of the 3-M system Purposes of the 3-M subsystems Planned maintenance subsystem (PMS) Maintenance data collection system (MDCS) Duties of the division officer and work center supervisor in the conduct of the 3-M system. 3-M System.

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    1. 3M & Navy Supply System

    2. Objectives • Objective of the 3-M system • Purposes of the 3-M subsystems • Planned maintenance subsystem (PMS) • Maintenance data collection system (MDCS) • Duties of the division officer and work center supervisor in the conduct of the 3-M system

    3. 3-M System • What is the 3- M System? • Maintenance, Material, Management • Purpose: • Provides a means of managing maintenance aboard a ship • Provides efficient uniform methods of conducting and recording preventive and corrective maintenance in a way that allows easy access to the collected data

    4. 3-M Objectives • Standardization - achieve uniform maintenance standards and criteria • Efficiency - effective use of available manpower and material resources in maintenance • Documentation - recording of maintenance to establish material history • Analysis - provision to be used in the improvement of maintainability and reliability of systems and equipment, and the reduction of cost of material ownership

    5. 3-M Objectives • Configuration Status Accounting - a means of reporting and recording changes in what equipment is installed onboard, equipment configuration specifications, and shipboard location • Scheduling - standardized method for scheduling, planning, managing, and tracking maintenance required and accomplished

    6. 3-M Subsystems • Planned Maintenance System (PMS) • Standardized method of planning, scheduling, and accomplishing preventive maintenance • Maintenance Data System (MDS) • Allows maintenance personnel to report applicable maintenance requirements and configuration changes to equipment

    7. PMS Terms • Preventive maintenance • actions intended to prevent or discover functional failure (ie changing oil / filters, cleaning components) • Corrective maintenance • actions taken to fix equipment that has failed or is working below standards

    8. PMS Terms • LOEP - List of Effective Pages • List of MIP’s for each piece of equipment within a specific work center (division) • MIP - Maintenance Index Page • Issued for each piece of equipment • Index of all MRC’s for equipment • MRC - Maintenance Requirement Card • Detailed procedure for performing maintenance (how, who, what, when)

    9. D - daily 2D - every 2nd day W - weekly M - monthly 2M - Every 2nd month Q - quarterly S - semiannually A - annually R - situational U - unscheduled maintenance LU - lay-up PM - periodic maint. SU - start up OT - operational test Periodicity Codes

    10. Cycle PMS Schedule • Planned maintenance between major overhauls • Supervised by the department head • Prepared by using LOEP and MIP’s • Used to prepare the quarterly schedule

    11. Quarterly Schedule • Visual display of Work Center PMS • Covers 13 weeks • Department Head supervises • Used to prepare weekly PMS schedule

    12. Weekly Schedule • Visual display of Work Center PMS • Covers 7 days • Permits scheduling PMS daily • Division Officer supervises • WCS assigns tasks and updates as maintenance is performed

    13. Benefits of PMS • Increased equipment reliability • Improved planning and management • Simplified records • Excellent training aid • Continuity and standardization of maintenance • Increased safety

    14. Problems of PMS • Not self-starting nor self-sustaining • Will not automatically and effortlessly produce good results • Personnel shortage and turnover • Training in maintenance required • Occasional errors must be expected (though not necessarily accepted)

    15. Maintenance Data Collection System • Purpose • Allows maintenance personnel to report applicable maintenance requirements and configuration changes to equipment • Interaction with supply system • Equipment request forms

    16. Maintenance Action Forms • 2K - ships hand generated form • 2Q - ships computer generated form • 2R - Maintenance Facility computer generated form

    17. Tracking Corrective Maintenance • CSMP - Current Ship’s Management Project • Consolidated listing of corrective maintenance to be completed • SFWL - Ship’s Force Work List • Listing of work center corrective maintenance to be completed

    18. Supply Interface • 1240 - hand written supply request • old method • generally internal use • 1348 - computer generated supply request • internal or external use

    19. Feedback Forms • Report discrepancies and problems • Request PMS coverage • Request PMS materials

    20. Discussion/Emphasis • Overall importance of preventive maintenance • Necessity of corrective action for maintenance deficiencies • Impact of 3-M on combat readiness • Responsibility for 3-M • Division • Work center supervisor

    21. Questions?