comply with job priorities. The foreman ensures the
safety, cleanliness, and effectiveness of the shops.
CAMP MAINTENANCE PLAN
The key to an effective camp maintenance
program is the planning required to identify,
prioritize, and execute the workload. A good plan not
only guides work accomplishment, but also helps
develop the budget, manage the backlog, and plan
manpower. The two primary tools used in the planning
effort are the camp maintenance plan and the camp
maintenance progress report.
The camp maintenance plan guides the execution
of the BRAVO company camp program. It is prepared
by CMO and updated quarterly. The camp
maintenance plan includes the current and next two
quarters to give a three-quarter short-range plan for
accomplishment. The current camp maintenance plan
will be a turnover item for the next battalion. Each
quarter includes a prioritized listing of MCD projects
that are planned to be worked during that quarter. The
plan also includes a listing of specific collateral
equipment/PSE slated to be ordered during that
period. This plan helps develop the budget for both 03
OPTAR and MRP funds. Figure 6-3 is a sample camp
maintenance plan. The camp maintenance plan should
be sent to the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB DET at least 45 days
before the end of each quarter.
Monthly Project Status Report
The monthly project status report shows the
current status of all MCD projects in the system. It
prioritizes the top 15 MCD projects in each category.
The status report provides information on percent
complete, man-days used to date and in the period,
man-days remaining, and material costs. It is always
based on the current estimate of work remaining. The
status report should never be the result of subtraction
Figure 6-3.Camp maintenance plan.