Table 6-1. - Maintenance Platoon Training
responsible for the preparation of the camp the conservation program officer, the CMO designates maintenance plan and other reporting requirements as summarized in figure 6-2. Due to the nature of this position, it should be assigned only to an individual scheduled to complete the full deployment. If the CMO has no previous public works experience, it is highly recommended that attendance at the Civil Engineer Corps Officers' School (CECOS) Public Works Management Course be scheduled during the preceding home port period. The CMO must properly staff the maintenance organization and operate under the COM2NDNCB/COM3RDNCBINST 11014.2. He/she must maintain close coordination with the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB DET, and must be aware of all contract work planned and in progress in the Seabee camp. The CMO must attend all precons and act as the alternate point of contact for the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB DET for ROICC-administered contracts. The CMO is the energy/utilities conservation program officer. As a program monitor-in the organization to identify waste and to recommend improvements. The CMO ensures active and meaningful use is made of the SAMMS camp maintenance management system hardware and software. The program's data base must be kept up-to-date at all times.
The position of maintenance chief should be assigned only to an individual with previous public works experience who will not rotate during the course of the deployment. The maintenance chief is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the maintenance platoon and has a variety of specific duties.
These duties include the camp maintenance plan and a systematic, continuous inspection program forContinue Reading