At main body sites and large detachment sites, the person assigned as cost control supervisor is normally a CM1. The duties of this supervisor include monitoring the PM clerk, cost control clerk, and direct turnover parts (DTO) clerk. When necessary, he or she will keep the vehicle status boards current, act as liaison to detach- ments, and keep the maintenance supervisor up to date on any incoming and outgoing action correspondence. The cost control supervisor may also be responsible for updating the equipment computer program for the maintenance super- visor.
It is essential that there be a highly reliable person in this job.
The PM clerk is responsible for completing the basic information on the Equipment Repair Order (ERO) (figs. 2-1, 2-2, and 2-3), maintaining the Equipment Repair Order Log Sheet (fig. 2-4) and the PM Record Card (figs. 2-5 and 2-6), preparing the annual PM Schedule (fig. 2-7) and the Equipment Repair Order Worksheet (fig. 2-8), and ordinarily also notifying the dispatcher in advance of equipment due into the shop and keeping status boards current as to units in the shop.
Cost control in any NCF unit consists of accurate reporting of all costs, downtime, and other maintenance data that relates to CESE repairs. The cost control clerk is responsible for summarizing the total cost of repair parts and labor expended and of making these entries in the appropriate ERO blocks.
Figure 2-1. - Equipment Repair Order (ERO), NAVFAC 11200/41.Continue Reading