Figure 2-12. - Operator's Daily PM Report, Construction and Allied Equipment, NAVFAC 11260/4.
The Equipment Repair Order Worksheet (fig. 2-8) is used solely to list repair parts used. It is used by the mechanic and shop supervisor to ensure that all supply documents are attached to the ERO. The cost control supervisor and the maintenance supervisor use this form to record the cost of repair parts properly.
The ERO is the sole authority to perform work on equipment, whether the work is performed in the field or in the shop. An ERO is required each time labor time exceeds 1.0 hour or materials are expended on scheduled PM, interim repairs, modernization or alteration of equipment, or deadline cycling or preservation of equip- ment. The ERO Log Sheet (fig. 2-4) is one means for keeping track of the status of the EROS.
Any NCF unit has a wide variety of CESE assigned to it. Large quantities of repair parts are required to keep CESE in top operating condition. Because of this, a Construction Mechanic is assigned to supply to work in the repair parts outlet to identify repair parts, to provide counter help, and to act as a warehouseman. He or she also acts as an interface between supply and the maintenance supervisor. The Construction Mechanic assigned to this position is required to attend Shops Stores Procedure Class, given by NCTC Port Hueneme, California, to learn the full scope of his or her responsibilities. (See COMCBPAC/COMCB- LANTINST 4400.3 series for the NCTC SSPC course number.)Continue Reading