table, first determine in which quarter
after overhaul the MR will be first
scheduled. Go to this quarter in the
first row of the table. Then schedule
the MR for the quarters in that column
as applicable. For example, if an
18M-1 is scheduled for the 4th quarter
after overhaul, it must also be
scheduled for the 10th, l6th, and 22d,
Prior to scheduling 30M, 36M, 48M, or
60M, review the MRC to see if a specific
quarter after overhaul is indicated.
(4) Ships with overhaul cycles of less than
requirements within this operational
time frame. Ships delayed beyond 24
quarters must extend their Cycle PMS
Schedule by adding quarter numbers
in the Schedule Quarter After Over-
haul As Indicated column. (Multiple
month requirements needed before
entering overhaul must be reviewed
and rescheduled as necessary.)
In the Each Quarter column, list every 2
weeks, monthly, every 2 months, and
(2W-1, M-1, 2M-1, Q-1, and so on), and
situation requirements (M-IR, Q-IR, S-IR,
A-IR, 18M-IR, R-1, and so on). Daily,
every 2d day, every 3d day, and weekly
maintenance requirements are not listed
Have the completed Cycle PMS Schedule
reviewed, signed, and dated by the department
Once the Cycle Schedule has been completed,
maintenance requirements listed are not to be
rescheduling becomes necessary, reflect it on
the Quarterly PMS Schedules.
All superseded cycle schedules will be retained
for 12 months.
QUARTERLY PMS SCHEDULE
The Quarterly PMS Schedule (OPNAV Form
4790/14) (fig. 7-11) displays each workcenter's PMS
requirements to be performed during a specific
3-month period. This schedule, when updated weekly,
provides a ready reference to the current status of PMS
for each workcenter. This schedule represents a
departmental directive and, once completed, may be
changed only at the department head's discretion.
Responsibility for changes is sometimes delegated to
division officers on carriers and cruisers.
Contents of the Quarterly PMS Schedule
Space is provided for entering the workcenter,
year, quarter after overhaul, department head's
signature, date prepared, and months covered.
Thirteen columns, one for each week in the
quarter, are available to permit scheduling of
maintenance requirements on a weekly basis
throughout the quarter. Additional columns
provide space to enter the complete MIP codes
and any PMS requirements that may be required
to be rescheduled into the next quarter. Take care
to ensure that rescheduling changes conform to
the periodicity specified for the requirement.
Preparation of the Quarterly PMS Schedule
Prepare OPNAV Forms 4790/14 or approved
automated forms, in ink as follows:
Enter the workcenter code.
Enter the calendar year of the current quarter.
Enter the number of the quarter after overhaul
as reflected on the Cycle PMS Schedule.
Enter the calendar months of the quarter as
conversion, or construction in August
would use the months of July, August, and
overhaul. If the ship finished a major
during the last 2 weeks in September, the
first Quarterly PMS Schedule prepared