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M-1R: Monthly or every 600 hours, whichever occurs first. W-3R: Weekly or after each use, whichever occurs first. S-1R: Semiannually or during each upkeep period, whichever occurs first. Q1-1R:  Quarterly  or  prior  to  getting  underway, whichever occurs first. When   the   periodicity   code   includes   a   situation requirement    (such    as    R-1    or    Q-1R),    a    note    of explanation  is  required  in  addition  to  the  basic  code. This note is the first entry in the Procedure block. MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT DE- SCRIPTION.—The maintenance requirement description is a brief definition of the PMS action to be performed. RATES.—The rate is the recommended skill level of the person who should be qualified to do the work, identified by rate or NEC (Navy Enlisted Classification).  Qualified  personnel  other  than  those specified may be assigned. When more than one person in the same rate is required, the appropriate number of persons precedes the rate. When more than one person in the same rate is required and time requirements are not equal, each person is listed separately. MAN-HOURS (M/H).—Man-hours is the average amount of time required of each rate listed in the  Rates  block  to  perform  the  maintenance,  on  each piece of identical equipment, listed in hours and tenths of an hour. When more than one person in the same rate is required and time requirements are equal, man-hours listed  are  the  sum  of  their  requirements.  When  more than  one  person  in  the  same  rate  is  required  and  time requirements  are  not  equal,  man-hours  are  listed  for each person separately. Total man-hours are the sum of all entries in the M/H block. Make ready and put away time, including removal and/or replacement of anything that interferes with the maintenance (covers, other equipment, and so on) is not included. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.—This section of the MRC provides a listing of precautions and publications that direct attention to possible hazards to personnel or equipment  during  maintenance.  The  word  “NOTE” will precede procedural advisories. Specific categories of direction are as follows:   Warning:    Explains    operating    procedures, practices,  and  so  forth,  that,  if  not  followed correctly, may lead to injury or death. Warnings are listed in the Safety Precautions block and are repeated preceding the procedure involved.   Caution: Explains operating procedures, practices,   and   so   forth   that,   if   not   correctly followed,  may  lead  to  damage  to  equipment. Cautions are not listed in the Safety Precautions block; however, they do precede the instructions for the procedure involved. TOOLS, PARTS, MATERIALS, TEST EQUIPMENT.—This section lists the test equipment, materials, parts, tools, and miscellaneous requirements necessary to perform the maintenance action. Each of the  above  categories  may  include  both  Standard  PMS Item Name (SPIN) and non-SPIN items. Entries in this block  can  be  cross-referenced  to  the  Standard  PMS Materials   Identification   Guide   (SPMIG)   for   stock number identification. Equipment Guide List (EGL) The  EGL  (OPNAV  Form  4790/81)  (fig.  7-5)  is  a 5x8-inch  card  that  is  used  with  a  controlling  MRC when the MRC applies to a number of identical items, such   as   motors,   controllers,   life   rafts,   valves,   test equipment, and small arms. Each ship prepares its own EGLs. The   number   of   items   included   on   an   EGL   is directly  related  to  the  time  to  do  the  maintenance  on each item. Each EGL normally contains no more than a single  day's  work.  If  more  than  1  day  is  required, separate EGL pages are prepared for each day and are numbered consecutively. In   some   instances   it   may   be   unnecessary   or impractical   to   list   the   equipment   on   EGLs.   For instance, if the equipment is listed on a TYCOM-directed checklist or if an Automated Calibration Recall Program is in effect, a notation of the applicable  instruction  in  the  Location  block  of  the MRC is all that is required. Tag Guide List (TGL) The   TGL   (OPNAV   Form   4790/107)   (fig.   7-6) contains   the   information   necessary   for   equipment tag-out    required    during    PMS    actions.    The    TGL contains  the  number  of  tags  required,  locations  of  the tags, position of each tagged item (open, shut, off, on, and so on) and permission or notification requirements. Each ship prepares its own TGLs. 7-8



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