Figure 1-5. - Shop Repair Order Continuation Sheet.
economical life expectancies, and to predict future equipment and training requirements. The Equipment Repair Order Continuation Sheet, NAVFAC Form 11200/41A (fig. 1-8), is used with the ERO when the number of repair items exceeds the spaces provided on the ERO. An Equipment Repair Order Work Sheet, NAVFAC 11200/41B (fig. 1-9), should be used to record repair parts use and be filed with the completed ERO in the equipment history jacket. The ERO and the ERO Continuation Sheet are five part, multicolored (white, blue, green, yellow, and pink) snap sets. The green copy is the mechanic's working copy.
The ERO is the sole authority to perform work on CESE in the following categories, regardless of the location of the equipment, in the field or in the shop:
Scheduled maintenance (PM)
Interim repairs that exceed 1.0 man-hour or require repair parts
Modernization or alteration of equipment
Deadline cycling or preservation of equipment
Control of each ERO is required to prevent having two or three EROS open for the same piece ofContinue Reading