H (AWP)Space used to display VIDS/
MAFs for equipment and/or components that are
in awaiting parts status.
I (COMPLETED)Space used to temporarily
store copy 3 of the VIDS/MAF from the time a
work center reports an item RFI or BCM
until copy 1 of the VIDS/MAF is returned to
production control. Copy 3 is then removed and
stored in another temporary location until the
return of copy 1 from DSF. This column is
SE Production Control Board
The SE production control board (fig. 4-15)
provides a graphic display of information on SE
end items and components being repaired. Refer
to figure 4-15 as you read this section for the
location of the spaces referred to below.
A (EQUIP)Space used to list equipment
alphabetically by noun nomenclature. Each
specific type of equipment is listed alpha-
numerically by model and/or part number under
the proper nomenclature. The number of pockets
required for each model/part number is based
upon inventory quantity.
B (AWM)Space used to display VIDS/MAFs
for equipment and/or components that are in a
backlog or pending status.
C (IN WORK)Space used to show
VID/MAFS for equipment and/or components
that are currently being processed.
D (AWAITING PARTS)Space used to
display VIDS/MAFs for equipment and/or
components that are in an awaiting parts status.
GENERAL PROCEDURES FOR USING
For purposes of standardization and to ensure
that the minimum information is displayed on
VIDS boards, the following information should
be included when setting up an organizational
maintenance VIDS board:
Number of aircraft assigned and projected
Work center load and
Aircraft current discrepancy status
Aircraft airframe/engine component time
Before setting up the VIDS board, mainte-
nance control personnel must decide what method
to use to show types of discrepancies and/or
maintenance actions. Should color fillers within
the pockets be used? Should NMC/PMC signs be
used? Or, should another locally desired method
be used? Depending upon the method or methods
Figure 4-15.SE production control board.