1 CBRN Room Maintenance SOP Table of Contents 1. CONCEPT Page 2 2. PURPOSE 2 3. APPLICABILITY 2 4. RESPONSIBILITIES 2– 7 5. OPERATOR PMCS 8 6. UNIT LEVEL PMCS 9 7. SUPPLY ACCOUNTABILITY 10 8. SAFETY GUIDANCE FOR CBRN EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 11 9. ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE 12 10. CALIBRATION/WIPETESTS 12-13 11. PUBLICATIONS MANAGEMENT 13 12. FILES MANAGEMENT 14 13. READINESS REPORTING 14 12. POINT OF CONTACT (For the SOP) 2 DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY A Company, 2ND BATTALION, 3RD INFANTRY REGIMENT 3RD STRYKER BRIGADE TEAM, 2ND INFANTRY DIVISION FORT LEWIS, WASHINGTON 98433 AFZH-INN-A 10 June 2008 MEMORANDUM F0R RECORD SUBJECT: CBRN SOP 1. CONCEPT: This SOP contains information and guidance from many sources. It is intended to simplify the task of learning CBRN room maintenance operations, provide a ready reference for CBRN room maintenance operations, and convey the commander’s intent concerning maintenance of equipment stored in the CBRN room. 2. PURPOSE: To establish procedures for the maintenance of equipment stored in the unit CBRN room. 3. APPLICABILITY: This SOP applies to all personnel assigned to the unit. 4. RESPONSIBILITIES: A. Company Commander: 1) Ensures assigned personnel follow procedures addressed in this SOP. 2) Ensures that all unit personnel and equipment are ready to perform their primary mission in a contaminated environment. 3) Includes CBRN Defense training as part of the overall training strategy for the unit. Commanders will analyze their mission IAW AR 350-1 and FL Reg. 350-1. 4) Assign a CBRN NCO and CBRN Officer for the unit. 5) Ensures each of the above has attended the Fort Lewis CBRN Defense Course, CBRN Room Operation Course and/or other certified CBRN Defense Course if not a 74A or a 74D BNCOC graduate. 6) Ensures that adequate time is allotted for operator level maintenance on assigned equipment. 3 7) Ensures the CBRN NCO has adequate time to perform unit level maintenance and other duties. B. Company Chemical Officer 1) Advises the commander on all matters concerning CBRN maintenance and training. 2) Informs the commander of the unit’s CBRN readiness. 3) Ensures that scheduled maintenance periods are listed on the unit training schedule. 4) Conducts random spot checks of the CBRN room to determine the effectiveness of the maintenance program. Checks mask and equipment cleanliness and serviceability. Checks that operator and unit level Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) documentation (DA 5988-Es) are present and that PMCS is not overdue. 5) Serves as the point of contact for any suggested changes to this SOP. Maintain an electronic copy of this SOP. Make changes as necessary to the SOP and present updated versions to the Commander for signature as necessary. Ensures all personnel with assigned responsibilities review the SOP at least annually. Distributes copies of updated versions of this SOP as necessary. C. The First Sergeant: 1) Ensures assigned personnel follow procedures addressed in this SOP. Direct particular emphasis to equipment maintenance before, during, and after major training events (Qualification ranges, field exercises, deployments, etc.) 2) Attends scheduled maintenance (PMCS) periods. 3) Ensures NCO supervisors attend scheduled maintenance periods. 4) Reviews the schedule for mask services provided by the CBRN NCO with Platoon Sergeants to identify and resolve any conflicts with other scheduled events. The 1SG will return the schedule, with all necessary changes, to the CBRN NCO. Platoon Sergeants will ensure that soldiers are available to assist with each mask service on the date scheduled. 5) Ensures CBRN NCO and enlisted alternate are not assigned additional duties that would interfere with the operation of the CBRN room. 4 D. Company CBRN NCO: 1) Serves as the company’s CBRN POC for all matters relating to CBRN Defense. 2) Performs or supervises -20 level maintenance according to the appropriate TMs. 3) Ensures that training equipment is on hand and is issued/available. 4) Maintains records of all unit CBRN training, inspections, and evaluations and attendance rosters. 5) Trains the primary trainers (Platoon Sergeants and Squad Leaders). 6) Tracks common task testing results to determine which CBRN-related tasks need to be emphasized in future training. 7) Attends 74D low density MOS training. 8) Informs the battalion CBRN NCO of soldiers who need to go to the Two- Week CBRN course and the one week Room Operation Report. 9) Keeps the unit's CBRN CDE report and CL VIII items report up to date and submits it to the battalion CBRN section monthly or as required. 10) Keeps the unit's Optical Insert Program up to date. 11) Maintains DA Form 1687 (Delegation of Authority) and a copy of the commander’s assumption of command orders for issue of Chemical Defense Equipment from CIF. Copies of DA Form 1687 will be maintained in the CBRN Room and the Installation or the active duty (542d Company) TMDE shops. 12) Maintains a company CBRN team personnel roster and provides an updated copy to the battalion CBRN NCO quarterly. 13) Maintains required files IAW this SOP and AR 25-400-2 (ARIMS). 14) Maintains required publications IAW this SOP 15) Maintains a mask chart IAW FL Reg. 725-1. This chart will show, at a minimum, the type of equipment, the admin. number, name, canister lot number, facepiece lot number, date fitted, and optical insert category. This chart will also include sizes for JSLIST, BDO, overboots, and gloves. 5 16) Checks that batteries have been removed from CBRN equipment before storing them in the CBRN room. Checks equipment for cleanliness and serviceability when it is turned in to the CBRN room. The CBRN NCO will not accept equipment that does not meet minimum cleanliness standards as outlined under operator PMCS in this SOP. Supervisors are responsible for enforcing cleanliness standards and assisting the CBRN NCO in maintaining high cleanliness and readiness standards for masks and other equipment assigned to the unit. 17) Reviews operator level DA form 5988-Es to ensure that PMCS is conducted IAW this SOP and appropriate TMs. 18) Performs unit level corrective actions on maintenance faults identified on assigned equipment. Corrective actions will be initiated within 72 hours of the time a fault is reported. (CBRN equipment is either repaired or parts are ordered through unit PLL, or equipment is job ordered to DS maintenance). 19) Ensures that safety is practiced in the vicinity of the CBRN room at all times as outlined in this SOP. 20) Stores, uses, and disposes of HAZMATs IAW FL Reg. 200-1, SOP, and applicable MSDSs. 21) Keeps the chain of command informed of issues affecting CBRN room operations. E. CBRN Enlisted Alternate: 1) Assumes the duties of the CBRN NCO in his/her absence. 2) Attends the Two-Week CBRN Defense Course. F. The Motor Sergeant: 1) Ensures the CBRN NCO receives support from the SAMS-E and PLL clerks as needed. 2) Advises the CBRN NCO on proper maintenance management procedures as needed. G. The unit TAMMS / SAMS Clerk: 1) Assists the CBRN NCO to ensure that all assigned equipment requiring maintenance management is entered in the SAMS-E system. 6 2) Assists the CBRN NCO in scheduling unit level services for all assigned equipment that require services. Provide the CBRN NCO services due report at the beginning of each month. Update the SAMS-E system when services are completed or at the end of each month. 3) Updates the SAMS-E system when uncorrected faults are reported on DA Form 5988-Es from operator level PMCSs and unit level services. 4) Provides new DA Form 5988-Es to the CBRN NCO for operator PMCS whenever a fault has been reported on the old DA Form 5988-Es or whenever the old DA Form 5988-E is completely filled with PMCS dates. Provide new DA Form 5988-Es to the CBRN NCO for unit level services as required by the service interval for each type of equipment. Unit level services will be recorded on new DA Form 5988-Es each time the equipment is serviced as required by DA PAM 750-8. A new DA Form 5988-E is necessary so the CBRN NCO can review which faults are currently entered in the SAMS-E system and what parts are currently on order for each piece of equipment as the services are performed. 5) Provides DA Form 5990-E maintenance requests for DS level maintenance as required. H. The PLL Clerk: 1) Orders Class IX repair parts as necessary. 2) Provides the CBRN NCO with the status of repair parts on order. I. The Unit Publications Clerk: 1) Ensures the CBRN NCO has an opportunity to review the unit’s subscription report at least once every 6 months. 2) Requisitions publications as requested by the CBRN NCO and provide the CBRN NCO a copy of an updated resupply (CRAM) report to show publications requested. 3) Ensures the CBRN NCO receives at least one copy of the Preventive Maintenance Magazine each month. J. The unit Environmental Compliance Officer and unit Hazardous Waste Technician: 7 1) Instructs new CBRN NCOs on correct procedures for the storage, use, and disposal of HAZMATs and batteries. Ensures that CBRN NCO understands and follows the environmental compliance procedures IAW unit SOP. 2) Ensures a hazard communication station is set up IAW FL Reg. 200-1 at a location accessible to unit personnel who work with HAZMATs. K. Platoon Sergeants and Squad Leaders: 1) Maintains proficiency in PMCS and operation of all assigned equipment and ensure that subordinate soldiers are proficient with their assigned equipment. 2) Checks subordinate soldiers’ equipment for cleanliness and serviceability prior to turn in to the CBRN Room. The CBRN NCO will not accept equipment that does not meet minimum cleanliness standards as outlined under operator PMCS in this SOP. Supervisors are responsible for enforcing cleanliness standards and assisting CBRN NCO in maintaining high cleanliness and readiness standards for chemical defense equipment assigned to the platoon 3) Ensures that operators perform PMCS IAW the equipment operator manual and this SOP. 4) Reviews the schedule for mask services provided by the CBRN NCO to the 1SG to help identify and resolve any conflicts with other scheduled events. The 1SG will return the schedule, with all necessary changes, to the CBRN NCO. Platoon Sergeants will ensure that soldiers are available to assist with mask services on the date scheduled. L. Assigned equipment operators: 1) Maintain masks and other assigned equipment IAW the operator manual and this SOP. Fill out the maintenance form (DA Form 5988-E) IAW DA PAM750-8 and FL Reg. 750-1. 2) Follow safety guidance shown in equipment operator manuals and this SOP. M. Supply Sergeant: 1) Receive and turn in equipment in a timely manner. 2) Update hand receipts every 6 months or when command directed IAW AR 710-2. 3) Order Class II and IV upon requests and funding constraints. 8 5. OPERATOR PMCS: A. Operator level PMCS will be performed each time any CBRN equipment is issued for a mission (training, field exercise, deployment, etc.) (before, during and after) or at least every 30 days (use your unit standard) if the equipment has not been used or is currently unassigned. ICAMs must be PMCSed every week to ensure serviceability. B. Operators will perform PMCS IAW the standards in the appropriate operator TM. Operators will not disassemble equipment beyond the level authorized in the equipment operator manual. C. Operators will record the results of the PMCS on a DA Form 5988-E provided by the CBRN NCO. If no faults are found, the operator will indicate this by annotating the date of the PMCS and his/her initials on the DA Form 5988-E. If faults are found, the operator will annotate the PMCS item number from the TM and will describe the fault clearly on the DA Form 5988-E. Operators will inform their squad leader or first line supervisor and the CBRN NCO of any faults found during PMCS. D. Operators will maintain a copy of the DA Form 5988-E showing the date and the results of the most recent operator level PMCS on each assigned piece of equipment. They will be stored with the piece of equipment. E. The CBRN NCO will take corrective actions on any faults found by operators during PMCS. Corrective actions must be initiated within 72 hours of the reporting of a fault. Corrective actions may include repair of the fault, requisitioning of repair parts, or evacuation to Direct Support (DS) level maintenance. F. The CBRN NCO will annotate corrective actions taken on the DA Form 5988-E and then request a new DA Form 5988-E from the unit’s SAMS-E Clerk. Uncorrected faults should be entered into the SAMS-E system and should show up on the new DA Form 5988-E. If repair parts are required, the CBRN NCO will follow the procedures for repair parts management in this SOP. If the equipment requires DS level maintenance, the CBRN NCO will request the unit SAMS-E Clerk to prepare a DA Form 5990-E (or DA Form 2407) maintenance request and will submit it to DS maintenance IAW the DS unit’s external SOP. G. Quality control procedures: 1) First line leaders will ensure that all equipment issued to their subordinates are maintained at 10/20 standards. They will accomplish this through proper supervision of their subordinates maintenance and training. 2) The CBRN NCO will verify the maintenance of the company’s platoons. They will conduct spot checks of monthly maintenance as well as recovery 9 operations. Spot checks may be made in conjunction with Sergeant’s Time Training. If maintenance is deficient, implement a train the trainer program. H. Maintenance schedule (Example): 1) Weekly maintenance will follow the following schedule: Week 1: Masks/ICAM Week 2: Radiac/ICAM Week 3: Chemical Detection/ICAM Week 4: ICAM/Shelf Life Items Inspection 2) This schedule will be announced in the weekly company-training schedule. It may be modified with the commander’s permission. The intent is to PMCS every piece of CBRN equipment monthly. 3) Platoon sergeants will return all DA Form 5988s to the CBRN NCO NLT 0900 on Tuesday of that work week. 4) Remember, to attain 10/20 standards, all faults must be fixed or have parts on a valid requisition! 6. UNIT LEVEL PMCS (scheduled services): A. The CBRN NCO IAW the applicable unit level technical manual for each type of equipment will supervise unit level PMCS. Services will be conducted at the platoon level under the direct supervision of the CBRN NCO. B. Unit level PMCS (scheduled services) will be entered in the unit’s SAMS-E system (if you are using DD Form 314, explain how/why) for scheduling and tracking purposes. The interval for the service for each type of equipment is determined by referring to the unit level equipment TM. For masks, unit level services are performed semiannually. C. The CBRN NCO will request a services due report at the beginning of each month from the unit’s SAMS-E clerk in order to track the service due dates for assigned equipment. The CBRN NCO will then produce a schedule for mask services to provide to the 1SG. The 1SG will review the schedule with Platoon Sergeants to identify and resolve any conflicts with other scheduled events. The 1SG will return the schedule, with all necessary changes, to the CBRN NCO. Platoon Sergeants will ensure that one soldier is available to assist with each crew served weapon service on the date scheduled. D. CBRN NCOs will perform the scheduled service on the date it is due or within a 10% variance of that date as authorized by DA PAM 750-8. (Example- for semiannual services performed every 180 days, the 10% variance allows the services to be performed up to 18 days before or 18 days after the scheduled due date.) The CBRN NCO will 10 record the date the service was actually performed and the results of the scheduled service on a DA Form 5988-E provided by the SAMS-E Clerk for each piece of equipment. The date of completion and any faults found will then be entered into the SAMS-E system in order to provide an updated SAMS-E services due report at the beginning of the following month and to ensure that faults identified and parts ordered will show up on the next DA Form 5988-E printed for each piece of equipment. E. A new DA Form 5988-E will be used for each semiannual service to allow the CBRN NCO to review faults currently entered in the SAMS-E system and repair parts currently on order. The CBRN NCO will maintain a copy of the DA Form 5988-E showing the date and results of the most recent unit level service for each assigned piece of equipment. F. The CBRN NCO will take corrective actions on any faults found during scheduled services. Corrective actions must be initiated within 72 hours of the finding the fault. Corrective actions may include repair of the fault, requisitioning of repair parts, or evacuation to Direct Support (DS) level maintenance. G. The CBRN NCO will annotate corrective actions taken on the DA Form 5988-E and then request a new DA Form 5988-E from the unit’s SAMS-E Clerk. Uncorrected faults should be entered into the SAMS-E system and should show up on the new DA Form 5988-E. If repair parts are required, the CBRN NCO will follow the procedures for repair parts management in this SOP. If the equipment requires DS level maintenance, the CBRN NCO will request the unit’s SAMS-E Clerk to prepare a DA Form 5990-E maintenance request and will submit it to DS maintenance IAW the DS unit’s external SOP. For equipment turned in to the 296th BSB, use the manual forms (DA Form 2404 and 2407) per their external SOP. H. Quality control procedures: 1) The CBRN NCO is responsible for ensuring the thoroughness of semiannual mask services. He/she will inspect all masks before completing services. 2) The company maintenance officer (XO) will spot check the thoroughness of all services. This task may be delegated to a senior NCO or platoon leader. 7. SUPPLY ACCOUNTABILITY: A. The unit CBRN NCO will sign for all equipment stored in the CBRN room within 30 days of assuming duties as CBRN NCO. A copy of this hand receipt, signed by both the CBRN NCO and the commander will be maintained in the CBRN room, as well as all applicable change documents. B. When CBRN equipment is signed out of the CBRN room to their assigned platoon/operator, the entire system will be issued. Preprinted DA Form 2062s will be 11 utilized to account for all items issued. Preprinted DA Form 2062s will be maintained in the CBRN room for each type of equipment that is issued as a system. This will allow rapid but accurate issue of these systems. Items to be included on the DA Form 2062s may include COEI items, BII items, AAL items, and expendable/durable supplies. Lists of these items are found in equipment operator manuals and unit level manuals. All equipment will be issued with a DA Form 5988-E. The CBRN NCO will verify after PMCS has been performed before accepting any equipment. C. Masks will be hand receipted to the user on DA Form 2062 IAW FL Reg 725-1. They will be updated semiannually, generally in conjunction with mask services. The individual soldier will demonstrate proper storage procedures upon receipt of the mask. D. The CBRN NCO will ensure that all authorized COEI and BII for assigned equipment are on hand and serviceable or on a valid supply request. NSNs for COEI and BII are listed in equipment operator manuals. E. Unit equipment will only be signed out to members of the unit. Any requests for equipment from outside the unit will be reported to the Supply Sergeant and the Commander for approval. If approved by the commander, equipment issued to other units will be signed out on DA Form 3161s. The CBRN NCO and the unit Supply Sergeant will maintain copies of any such temporary hand receipts. F. Whenever the CBRN room hand receipt holder will be absent from the unit for more than 30 days, a change of custody is required. The initial hand receipt holder and the new hand receipt holder will conduct a joint inventory of all assigned equipment and the new hand receipt holder (generally the enlisted alternate) will sign for the equipment prior to the departure of the initial hand receipt holder. 8. SAFETY GUIDANCE FOR CBRN EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE: A. All soldiers are responsible for the safe handling, operation, and maintenance of CBRN equipment in their possession. B. The unit CBRN NCO will ensure that safety is practiced in the vicinity of the CBRN room. No smoking or eating permitted in the CBRN room area. No horseplay in the CBRN room area. Malfunctioning or damaged equipment will be tagged until repaired to avoid accidental issue of unsafe equipment. Notice of Pregnancy Safety Placards 12 C. Refer to the operator manual for safety precautions pertinent to each type of equipment before handling, operating or performing maintenance on that equipment. See Annex C for further guidance on safety measures associated with each piece of equipment. D. Consult with the unit’s Radiation Safety SOP for any outstanding questions/concerns. 9. ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE: A. The primary regulation for environmental compliance on Ft. Lewis is FL Reg. 200-1. B. The primary POC for questions pertaining to environmental compliance on Ft. Lewis is the Environmental Services Office – BLDG. 1206 (966-1598) C. The unit will have a hazard communication station set up IAW FL Reg. 200-1 in an area accessible to all soldiers who work with or come in contact with hazardous materials. This station will include a complete and current inventory of all stored HAZMATs, MSDSs for all HAZMATs, and a spill response plan. D. All soldiers are responsible for safe handling of HAZMATs and are required to support the unit’s environmental compliance efforts. Soldiers will be trained on proper handling, storage, and disposal of HAZMATs prior to use. E. Hazardous materials will be stored IAW the MSDS. No HAZMATs will be stored or transferred into unlabeled or mislabeled containers. Flammable materials will be stored in a designated flameproof locker. F. No HAZMATs or hazardous waste will be disposed of in trash receptacles. Hazardous waste will not be accumulated in work areas. C2 canisters and other hazardous wastes will be consolidated and turned in to the unit’s hazardous waste technician daily. G. There are numerous requirements for the safe storage and handling of batteries for CBRN equipment. Battery storage will be consolidated in the company’s Commo shop to simplify this management issue. Soldiers or supervisors who draw electronic devices from the CBRN room for use will report to the company Commo shop for the issue of batteries. When the mission is complete, all batteries will be removed from the device and turned in to the company Commo shop prior to returning the device to the CBRN room. The unit CBRN NCO may retain a small quantity of batteries on hand in the CBRN room for testing of electronic devices and for emergency issue. If batteries are stored in the CBRN room, the provisions of SB11-6, TB 43-0134, FL Reg. 200-1, and FL SOP 385-1 apply. The CBRN NCO must read, understand, and adhere to the requirements in these references. A copy of these references will be kept on file wherever batteries are stored or used in the unit. 10. CALIBRATIONS AND WIPETESTS 13 A. Wipe Tests 1) Direct support needs to wipe tests your CAMs/ICAMs when their drift tube modules or membrane assembly is reinstalled or replaced. ICAMS do not require an annual wipe test unless radiation has been detected. (See Message Advisory Message, TACOM #04-035) 2) The CBRN NCO will double bag all ICAMs in clear plastic bags prior to turn. Transport only in a military vehicle. POVs WILL NOT BE USED! 3) The M22s are under warranty and do not require wipe test. B. Calibrations Turn-in Procedures: 1) All TMDE will be turned-in to an active duty TMDE Company (or TMDE Support Center (TSC)) for calibrations and repair support. Explain you unit turn in procedures 2) Equipment will not be used if there is not a current DA Label 80. 3) Turn in for calibration requires no paperwork. The active duty TMDE Company will generate an AMXTM Form 34A for accountability purposes. C. The M41 PATS requires calibration every 18 months OR 500 hours. The CBRN NCO will maintain a log with the following information: DATE HOURS RUN CUMULATIVE HOURS The M41 PATS may be turned in to calibration between 450 and 550 hours. D. Repair of TMDE 1) All equipment will be placed on a DA Form 2407 work order request along with a DA Form 2404. 2) TMDE (M41 PATS, VDR-2, UDR-13, PDR-75) will be turned in to the TMDE Support Center (TSC) located in Bldg. 9592 (967-6282) or Installation TMDE 967-5523. For more information, refer to their External SOP. 3) M22 ACADA and ICAM will be turned into the 296th BSB, using a DA Form 5990. Follow their External SOP for further guidance. 11. PUBLICATIONS MANAGEMENT: 14 A. Ensure that there is one operator level TM on hand for each piece of equipment assigned and one unit level TM on hand for each type of equipment assigned. B. Ensure all other required publications are on hand or on a valid request as shown on a CRAM report. See Annex B for a list of CBRN room publications. C. Review the unit’s subscription account at least once every 6 months with the publications clerk to ensure that all CBRN room publications are listed and that listed quantities are sufficient. D. Requisition publications as required through the publications clerk. Request a copy of an updated CRAM report to show publications requested. E. Ensure the publications clerk provides at least one copy of the Preventive Maintenance Monthly to the CBRN room each month. (IDN – 340312) F. Ensure that publications are neatly organized and that publication binders are labeled IAW AR 25-400-2 (ARIMS). Ensure that all current changes are correctly posted to publications as needed. G. Dispose of obsolete publications IAW your unit publications SOP. Verify the correct destruction requirements by reading the instructions on the publication. Some CD-ROMs need to be returned to the National Security Agency. See you pubs NCO for details. H. Other publications can be recycled at the Recycle Center (LAND FILL). It is located at BLDG 7601, phone ext. 967-5928/8222. It is opened M-F 0730-1430. Call for directions if you don’t know the location. 12. FILES MANAGEMENT: A. CBRN room files will be maintained IAW AR 25-400-2, the Army Records Information Management System (ARIMS) . B. The Fort Lewis COMET’s website under “CBRN” has a recommended list of labels that are recommended to be on hand. 13. READINESS REPORTING: A. Companies send the CBRNDE and DODRATTS Report to battalion NLT the 1st of the month. Report lot numbers, quantities, and expiration dates of NAAKs, NAPPs, and CANAs NLT the 1st of the month, if on hand. 15 B. Unit CBRN personnel complete the standard CBRNDE Report. The company commander will review it and then sign it. C. All shortages (except for MTOE items to be fielded) should have a document number to verify they are on order. Include the document number in the ARIMS section of the report. D. Bring, or fax, a signed hard copy of the CBRNDE Report and send an e-mail copy (for ease of reading) to battalion CBRN for review. E. The CBRN NCO will ensure that the report is complete and correct according to their unit’s MTOE prior to turn-in. All BDO, Glove and Boot sizes must be documented on the report prior to turn-in. F. See Army Regulation 220-1; Chapters 5-13 for more guidance. 14. POINT OF CONTACT: Questions or comments pertaining to this SOP should be addressed to SGT(P) McIntosh, Rayshaun and the contact number is 967-6771 or (810) 814- 3028. JONATHAN M. FURSMAN CPT, IN Commanding Annexes Annex A: Publications Annex B: Administrative Annex C: Environmental/Safety Annex D: Inprocessing Checklist Annex E: Shelf life items Annex F: CBRN Equipment Operator Responsibilities Annex G: Sustainment Training Requirements Annex H: Requisition of Supplies, Equipment, and Repair Parts 16 Annex A (PUBLICATIONS) to Your Unit CBRN GARRISON SOP Edit this to suit your unit. Below is a suggested list!!! Each CBRN Room will have the following publications on hand or available: AR 40-5, Preventive Medicine. AR 40-63 Ophthalmic Services AR 350-1, Army Training, AR 11-9, The Army Radiation Safety Program CTA 50-900, Clothing and Individual Equipment CTA 50-970, Expendable/Durable Items FL REG 200-1 Environmental Quality FL REG 350-1, Training Support FL REG 725-1, Requisition & Issue of CBRN Materials FM 3-3, Chemical/Biological Contamination Avoidance FM 3-4, CBRN Protection FM 3-11.34 CBRN Defense of Fixed Sites, Ports, and Airfields FM 3-5, CBRN Decontamination FM 3-6, Field Behavior of CBRN Agents FM 3-7, CBRN Field Handbook FM 3-9, Potential Military Chemical and Biological Agents FM 3-11, Flame, Riot Control Agents, and Herbicide Operations FM 3-19, CBRN Reconnaissance FM 3-50, Smoke Operations FM 3-100, CBRN Defense, Chemical Warfare, Smoke and Flame Operations FM 3-101, Chemical Staff and Units FM 8-285, Treatment of Chemical Casualties and Conventional Military Chemical Injuries GTA 3-2-2, Smoke Pot Employment Guide GTA 3-6-8, CBRN Warning and Reporting System GTA 3-5-15, Chemical Protection and Decon SB 3-30-2, Chemical-Biological Canisters and Filter Elements: Serviceability Lists Quarterly update from https:aeps2.ria.army.mil STP 3-74D1-SM, Chemical Operations Specialist Soldier’s Manual, MOS 74D, Skill Level 1 STP 3-74D2-SM, Chemical Operations Specialist Soldier’s manual, MOS 74D,Skill Level 2, STP 3-74D34-SM-TG, Chemical Operations Specialist Soldier’s Manual, MOS 74D, Skill Level 3&4 and Trainer’s Guide STP 21-1-SMCT, Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks STP 21-24, Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks Skill Level 2-4 TB 43-0116, Radioactive Equipment TB 43-0197, Instruction for Safe Handling, Maintenance, Storage, and Disposal of Radioactive TB 43-180, Calibration and Repair Requirements for the Maintenance of Army Equipment TB CML 113, Storage, Shipment, Handling, and Disposition of Decontaminating Agent, DS2, TC 3-4, Chemical Battle Staff Handbook TC 3-4-1, CAM Operations 17 TC 3-8, Chemical Training TC 3-41, Protection Assessment Test System TM 3-216, Technical Aspects of Biological Defense TM 3-261, Handling and Disposal of Unwanted Radioactive Material One Operator’s manual per piece of equipment. One Operator’s manual for reference. One Organizational level manual for each type of equipment. Company Maintenance SOP BN CBRN Maintenance SOP/Annex 18 Annex B (Administrative) to Your Unit CBRN GARRISON SOP 1. Hours of Operations Monday: 0930-1130: Command Maintenance 1300-1600: CBRN Room Tuesday 0930-1130:Inprocessing/ Performing maintenance on equipment 1300-1600: Outprocessing/Mask Sanitizing Wednesday 0930-1130: Inprocessing/ CBRN Room 1300-1600: Outprocessing/CBRN Room Thursday 0930-1130: PATS Testing 1300-1600: PATS Testing Friday 0930-1300: CBRN Room 1300-1400: Housekeeping Access to the CBRN storage areas/CBRN room will be limited to the CBRN Officer, CBRN NCO,and enlisted alternate (who do you want in your CBRN Room). 2. Inprocessing A. All new personnel will carry a copy of their orders assigning them to their unit, to the unit CBRN NCO. B. The soldier will then fill out a CBRN inprocessing sheet (See Annex D). The soldier will then be fitted with the proper mask size utilizing the M41 PATS, Task 031-503- 2012, IAW TC 3-41, within 30 days of their arrival to the unit. PATS testing is IAW above hours of operations. Banana oil will only be used if there is no M41 PATS available within the battalion. C. The soldier will then be screened for optical inserts. If the soldier needs optical inserts or has optical inserts he or she will be asked to fill out the Fort Lewis (FL) Form 1721 stating that the CBRN NCO has installed the inserts or requested optical inserts through the Madigan Hospital Optometrist. If optical inserts need to be ordered, the CBRN NCO will order the mount (NSN 4240-01-389-7152) through the PLL clerk. This will be a deadline fault if optical inserts are required. D. The soldier will complete before, during, and after PMCS on the mask. He/she will then demonstrate to the CBRN NCO the proper way to store the protective mask IAW the TM. E. The soldier will then sign a DA Form 2062, accepting responsibility for the mask. F. The CBRN NCO will then sign off on the inprocessing paper work. 19 3. Outprocessing A. All masks will be cleaned and sanitized prior to being reissued to another soldier. Explain how you schedule sanitizing in your unit. B. CBRN NCO will ensure the after PMCS has been performed before accepting the mask. The DA Form 5988 will be stored with the mask (or in binder). C. CBRN NCO will ensure all other hand receipts are cleared. D. Remind the soldier to hand carry optical inserts to the next duty station. E. The CBRN NCO will return the hand receipt. F. The CBRN NCO will then sign off on the clearing paper work the soldier has. 4. Mask Chart The CBRN NCO will maintain a current mask chart IAW FL Reg 725-1. The chart will be compact enough to carry to a field/combat environment (i.e., notebook size, laminated) if required. 1) As a minimum, the following information will be on the chart: Admin number Name Canister lot number Facepiece lot number Date sized/fitted/tested (Mask fitting will be conducted annually) Optical insert category code 2) Units may add other information, such as BDO/JSLIST size, boot size, glove size, CBRN training. 5. Optical Inserts A. The CBRN NCO must know the status of all personnel requiring optical inserts within the company. Your primary reference is AR 40-63 and Fort Lewis Regulation 725-1. 20 B. The following codes will be used for the Optical Insert Program: Soldier needs an appointment with optometry: A Soldier does not require inserts: B Inserts on order C Inserts installed: D C. In addition, the CBRN NCO will maintain the following information: 1) For category A: Date of optometry appointment 2) For category C: Expected date of delivery D. Platoon sergeants will assist the CBRN NCO is keeping all optical insert data current. This will generally be conducted at the weekly company training meeting. 6. Hard to fit program: A. Attempt to fit with an M40 series mask. B. Install the skull cap NSN 4240-01-390-3057 C. Contact BN CBRN NCO for further guidance IAW TB 3-4240-341-20-1. D. If the soldier can’t be fitted, the unit has two options: E. Declare the service member Non-deployable per AR 600-8-101, Change 2, Paragraph 4.7.h (2). F. Accept the risk and send the service member anyway. This is a command decision! G. The hard to fit soldier will be issued an M45 Protective Mask. This will be added to the individual’s CIF record. The soldier will PCS with the mask or turn in the mask to CIP upon ETS or retirement. H. The CBRN NCO will be responsible for maintaining the mask at 10/20 standards as with any other mask in the CBRN Room. 7. Turn-In Procedures For Damaged M40/M42 Facepiece Assembly: (Verify that this is how your unit will turn in facepieces) 21 A. All components will be removed from the facepiece. Make sure that all inlet and outlet valve disks are removed as well as the C2 Canister. The lens outserts and headharnes must also be removed. B. Fill out a DA Form 2407 for the facepiece. If the facepiece sizes are the same you can carry them on the same form. C. The DA Form 2407 along with the facepiece will go through your unit supply. The unit Supply NCO or BN PBO will type up a DA Form 1348-1. Once again, if the NSN and size are the same, you can carry up to 10 items on the form. A separate DA Form 1348-1 must be typed for each NSN. D. The following blocks must be filled out on the DA Form 1348-1 before it arrives at DOL. Blocks 8-22 (Stock Number [NSN]), 23-24 (Unit of Issue), 25-29 (Quantity), 30-43 (Document Number [Must be unique]), 64 (Disposal Authority), 65 (Demilitarization), 71 (Supply Condition), and 74-80 (Unit Price). DOD 4160.21-M- 1 is the regulation to get the demilitarization code. E. Once the form is typed and everything is ready to go, call DRMO at ext. 967-7896 and speak with the receptionist. She will set everything into motion. F. Once the turn-in is complete, DOL will give you a copy of the DA Form 1348-1 to take to S-4, PBO. Once the PBO receives this copy the mask will be removed from the property book and replacements can be ordered. G. Make sure that you always inform your Supply NCO and PBO of any equipment that has been coded out and turned-in to ensure that they are properly removed from your unit’s property books. 8. CBRN NCOs must know the status of all calibrations for equipment stored in the CBRN Room. Maintain a chart for calibration/wipe test information for each type of equipment. The chart will have model number, serial number, calibration/wipe test date, calibration/wipe test due date, and platoon/section assigned the equipment. An option is to maintain the information on DA Form 314, Scheduled Maintenance. Calibrations Tracking Format UNIT TYPE SERIAL # CALIBRATED NEXT STATUS REARIMS DUE 22 9. A copy of this SOP will be available to all personnel assigned to this unit. A copy will be posted next to the CBRN Room/available in the Training Office (Tell me how I can get a copy). 10. The CBRN NCO will have access to both the company and battalion maintenance SOP. 1 Annex C (Environmental/Safety Issues) to Your Unit CBRN GARRISON SOP 1. The primary regulation for environmental compliance on Ft. Lewis is FL Reg. 200-1 (FEB 02). This is available at https://ft.lewis.army.mil. 2. The primary POC for questions pertaining to environmental compliance on Ft. Lewis is the Environmental Services Office – BLDG. 1206 (966-1598) 3. The unit will have a hazard communication station set up IAW FL Reg. 200-1 in an area accessible to all soldiers who work with or come in contact with hazardous materials. This station will include a complete and current inventory of all stored HAZMATs, MSDSs for all HAZMATs, and a spill response plan. 4. All soldiers are responsible for safe handling of HAZMATs and are required to support the unit’s environmental compliance efforts. Soldiers will be trained on proper handling, storage, and disposal of HAZMATs prior to use. 5. Hazardous materials will be stored IAW the MSDS. No HAZMATs will be stored or transferred into unlabeled or mislabeled containers. Flammable materials will be stored in a flameproof locker. 6. No HAZMATs or hazardous waste will be disposed of in trash receptacles. Hazardous waste will not be accumulated in work areas. They will be turned in to the unit’s hazardous waste technician daily. 7. There are numerous requirements for the safe storage and handling of batteries for CBRN equipment. Battery storage may be consolidated in the company Commo shop to simplify this management issue. Soldiers or supervisors who draw electronic devices from the CBRN room for use will report to the company Commo shop for the issue of batteries. When the mission is complete, all batteries will be removed from the device and turned in to the company Commo shop prior to returning the device to the CBRN room. The unit CBRN NCO may retain a small quantity of batteries on hand in the CBRN room for testing of electronic devices and for emergency issue. If batteries are stored in the CBRN room, the provisions of SB11-6, TB 43-0134, FL Reg. 200-1, and FL SOP 385-1 apply. The CBRN NCO must read, understand, and adhere to the requirements in these references. A copy of these references should be kept on file wherever batteries are stored in the unit. 8. Radiation Safety A. All radioactive sources are regulated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). B. The NRC Form 3 must be posted when operators and unit maintenance works can see it. C. Reporting Radiation Incidents 2 1) Report any suspected lost or damaged items to your unit radiation safety officer (RSO). 2) If the RSO is not available, contact the installation RSO (Post safety office) at 967- 3079. If you cannot reach the installation RSO, contact TACOM-ACALA at DSN 793-6499 (duty hours) or DSN 793-6135 after duty hours. 3) Describe the reporting scheme within your unit 9. Responding to Radiation Incidents 1) Stop all activity. Clear all personnel to an upwind area. 2) Use CBRN gloves during recovery operations 3) Locate and recover damaged cells. Double bag before moving equipment. Do not transport in POV. 4) Seek further guidance from your BN Radiation Safety Officer (RSO). 10. Battery storage and disposal Refer to FL Reg 200-1, FL SOP 385-1, TB 43-0134, and SB 11-6 for detailed information on battery storage and disposal. Some key points are: Do not leave batteries installed in equipment when not in use. Ensure batteries are listed on the unit hazardous materials inventory. Ensure MSDSs for batteries are posted at the unit HAZCOM station. Refer to the MSDS and the equipment operator manual for warnings about batteries. Store batteries in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Store batteries separately from other hazardous materials. Have separate storage for batteries of different types. (lithium, alkaline, lead-acid, etc.) Have separate storage for new, used, and discharged batteries. Turn in discharged batteries as hazardous waste. Do not throw batteries in the trash. 11. Banana Oil: A. Is not an alternative method to checking the protective mask during the fit test. The only authorized test for mask fittings is the M41 PATS. B. It must be kept in a yellow HAZMAT wall locker due to its flash point. 3 C. The MSDS for the banana oil and all the other hazardous material MSDS will be posted on the CBRN room door. 12. M22 ACADA: A. The M22 ACADA contains two x 10 millicuries of Nickel 63 (Ni 63). Ni 63 is a beta emitter with an energy level of .067 MEV and has a half-life of 96 years. B. The beta level of Ni 63 is too low to penetrate the dead layer of skin, so personnel working near Ni 63 are unlikely to receive significant exposure. The beta particles can do internal damage to the body. Personnel will take precautions to avoid accidentally ingesting, inhaling, or allowing Ni 63 absorption through broken skin. C. Operators must be trained in the hazards associated with Ni-63. Document this training in the CBRN Room. D. Do not attempt to open the M22. If the ACADA is broken or cracked, place it in a doubled plastic bag and notify the Company CBRN NCO. The Company. CBRN NCO will notify the Battalion CBRN NCO or the local Radiation Protection Officer. E. There is no annual requirement for a wipe test. Wipe tests are only required by Direct Support Units when they perform maintenance. F. If personnel make skin contact decontaminate immediately with nonabrasive soap and water. Monitor the individual with beta detection equipment to ensure complete contamination. G. Store the M22 in an approved fireproof wall locker or container. H. Construct a map showing the specific room where the unit stores M22 ACADAs and ICAMs. Forward a copy of the map to the through the Battalion RSO/ Battalion CBRN NCO to the Post Fire Department (see example below). I. Post “Radioactive Material” signs on the container and door to the room where the unit stores M22 ACADAs. J. Ensure that personnel attempting to fight fires stand upwind of the radioactive sources until firefighters arrive on the scene. Notify firefighters of the presence of radioactive materials. K. Secure all radioactive sources daily. Sign out all equipment on a DA Form 2062. Brief personnel who sign out equipment on proper storage procedures for the equipment outside of the CBRN Room. 4 13. AN/PDR-75 A. The AN/PDR-75 has an electrical hazard of up to 1200 volts. Never work on the AN/PDR-75 unless there is a person nearby who is familiar with its operation and hazards. B. The AN/PDR-75 emits a high intensity, ultraviolet light during operation. Do not operate the DEPRESS FOR READING switch when the drawer is open unless specifically instructed to do so. C. One DT 236 per soldier is authorized IAW FL Reg. 725-1. 14. IMPROVED CHEMICAL AGENT MONITOR (ICAM): A. The Improved Chemical Agent Monitor contains 10 millicuries of Nickel 63 (Ni 63). Ni 63 is a beta emitter with an energy level of .067 MEV and has a half-life of 96 years. B. The beta level of Ni 63 is too low to penetrate the dead layer of skin, so personnel working near Ni 63 are unlikely to receive significant exposure. The beta particles can do internal damage to the body. Personnel will take precautions to avoid accidentally ingesting, inhaling, or allowing Ni 63 absorption through broken skin. C. Do not attempt to open the Improved Chemical Agent Monitor. If the Improved Chemical Agent Monitor is broken or cracked, place it in a doubled plastic bag and notify the Company CBRN NCO. The Company CBRN NCO will notify the Battalion CBRN NCO or the local Radiation Protection Officer. D. If personnel make skin contact decontaminate immediately with nonabrasive soap and water. Monitor the individual with beta detection equipment to ensure complete contamination. E. Store the Improved Chemical Agent Monitor in an approved fireproof wall locker or container. F. Construct a map showing the specific room where the unit stores M43A1 Chemical Agent Detectors and ICAMs. Forward a copy of the map to the through the Post Fire Department, Post RSO/ Battalion CBRN NCO to the Post Fire Department (see example below). G. Post “Radioactive Material” signs on the container and door to the room where the unit stores M43A1 Chemical Agent Detectors and ICAMs. 5 H. Ensure that personnel attempting to fight fires stand upwind of the radioactive sources until firefighters arrive on the scene. Notify firefighters of the presence of radioactive materials. I. Secure all radioactive sources daily. Sign out all equipment on a DA Form 2062. Brief personnel who sign out equipment on proper storage procedures for the equipment outside of the CBRN Room. J. Operators must be trained in the hazards associated with Ni-63. Document this training in the CBRN Room. 15. HAZMAT Inventory: A. The CBRN NCO will conduct a monthly inspection of all hazardous material and record them on file. B. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS): 1) All hazardous material kept inside the CBRN room will have a MSDS for the item. They must be accessible to all personnel who come into contact with hazardous materials. 2) Each item’s MSDS must match the manufactures title. 3) To get MSDS that you don’t have on hand, you can contact your unit’s HAZMAT NCO or contact the Fort Lewis Safety Office. C. Quarterly inventories of hazardous materials will be conducted by the Company technician or Environmental Compliance Officer. A copy will be posted in the CBRN room Annex D (Inprocessing Checklist) to Your Unit CBRNGARRISON SOP CBRN INPROCESSING CHECKSHEET MASK SIZE & NUMBER____________________ RANK & NAME____________________________ TITLE LAST NAME FIRST NAME CIRCLE ONE: LEFT OR RIGHT HANDED FIRER OI CATEGORY: CAT. A -SOLDIER IS AWAITING AN OPTICAL APPOINTMENT. CAT. B -SOLDIER IS NOT REQUIRED TO WEAR OPTICAL INSERTS. CAT. C -THE OPTICAL INSERTS ARE ON ORDER. CAT. D -THE OPTICAL INSERTS ARE INSTALLED IN SOLDIERS MASK. DATE OF OPTOCOMETRY APPOINTMENT_____________________________________ MOPP SUIT INFORMATION: OVERGARMENT XS SML MED LRG XLG XXLG OVER BOOTS: ONE SIZE LARGER THAN COMBAT BOOT._____________ GLOVES: SML MED LRG XLG SOLDIERS DO NOT FILL OUT BELOW THIS LINE_____ MASK FIT & TEST DATE___________________________ Insert Your Inprocessing checklist here! Annex E (Shelf Life Items) to Your Unit CBRN GARRISON SOP 1. Track all CBRNDE on a shelf-life inventory. List items by nomenclature, NSN, lot number, manufacture date, expiration date, and location. Order replacement equipment six months prior to the expiration date. 2. Secure all warstockage items (when issued) in IPE Packs (M8 Paper, M9 Paper, M256A1Kits, M291 Decon Kits, C2/C2A1 filter canisters, etc.) in an area that is accessible for issue, inventories, and inspections. 3. Include all batteries for contingency on the shelf-life item list. Regularly test a sample of the batteries to ensure they are ready for combat use. 4. All Class VIII (Medical) items (when issued) (NAAKs, NAPPs, and CANAs) will be tracked by lot number, quantity and expiration date. Shelf-Life Items Tracking Format Unit Nomenclature NSN Lot Number QT Manufacture Date Exp. Date Y The battalion will use this format for reporting shelf-life items. This format is a general format for use if the ACCESS program is not available. Use this format as an example of the minimum information for shelf life items. For BDOs add the contract number also. CL VIII Items Tracking Format Unit Nomenclature NSN Lot Number QTY Exp. Date CANA 6505-01-274-0951 NAAK, Mark I 6505-01-140-6455 NAPP, set 6505-01-178-7903 There are two mask filter canisters, the C2 and C2A1. The C2 CANISTER contains Chromium VI and damaged or unusable canisters are considered Hazardous waste. (Chromium VI is a known carcinogen if inhaled or swallowed). The C2A1 canister is chromium-free, but must continue to be disposed of in accordance with State and Local Environmental Laws. Do not throw away damaged or unstable canisters as ordinary trash. Do turn in damaged or unusable canisters to your hazardous waste management office or DRMO. First Aid for inhalation can be found in FM 4-25.11 . Annex F (CBRN Equipment Operator Responsibilities) to Your Unit CBRN GARRISON SOP 1. Platoons are responsible for operating their platoon/section CBRN equipment. Individuals assigned to operate CBRN equipment will also be trained to use the NATO CBRN Marking Kit, perform surveys, monitoring, and detection operations. They are also responsible for sending CBRN1 and CBRN4 Nuclear, Biological, Chemical reports to the Company TOCs. 2. Sections that are authorized M256 Chemical Detection Kits will have operators trained in their use. 3. Decontamination A. All soldiers must be prepared to run operational decon sites and assist in running a thorough decon site. B. The Decon Team consists of 10 soldiers. They will be identified on a memorandum signed by the company commander. Where will these soldiers come from? C. All vehicle operators and senior occupants will be proficient in the operation of the M13 DAP. 4. The Control Party is the hub of unit CBRN operations. It consists of the CBRN Officer, the CBRN NCO, and the enlisted alternate. The Control Party sends, receives, interprets, and plots CBRN reports as well as receiving Chemical Downwind Messages (CDMs), Effective Downwind Messages (EDM) and other pertinent reports. The Control Party is the unit’s CBRN POC for organizational maintenance and advice. Annex G (Sustainment Training Requirements) to Your Unit CBRN GARRISON SOP 1. Conduct all CBRN training with the understanding that CBRN weapons affect the environment as do natural conditions (i.e., rain, snow, or darkness). The issue is not if the soldier can don his/her mask in 9 seconds and be in MOPP level 4 in eight minutes but rather can he/she perform his/her duties effectively while wearing MOPP gear. CBRN training will be as realistic as possible but must be safe. 2. Accomplish the following training/testing/evaluations: 3. An annual mask confidence exercise. 4. Annual CBRN Certification. 5. BN CBRN NCOs will select CBRN tasks. 6. Soldiers perform each task. Soldiers will not “talk through” each task. 7. The uniform for the testing is MOPP 1 or MOPP 2, modified for the weather conditions. Soldiers receive a GO or NO GO. This provides the commander with a “snapshot” of his/her company’s CBRN proficiency and a basis for training planning. 8. The mask confidence exercise can be conducted with CBRN proficiency testing. 9. CBRN equipment operators will be trained once a quarter, at a minimum. All training will be documented. This includes operators conducting maintenance IAW the appropriate TM. 10. CBRN NCOs will maintain the date of the last training for all operators: Section Model Serial # Primary Date Alternate Date Trained Trained 1 PLT M22 D00001 SPC Smith 1 APR 02 PFC Jones 20 FEB 02 2 PLT M22 D00002 SGT Smedley 30 MAR 02 PV2 You 1 APR 02 11. ( # ) of continuous hours in MOPP 4 semi-annually. This time should be the time you expect your unit to be in MOPP 4 on the battlefield. Four hours is only a recommended time limit. 12. Common Task Testing (CTT) IAW annual CTT notices. 13. The CBRN Officer, NCO, and enlisted alternate must attend the two-week CBRN school if not CMF 74A / MOS 74D qualified. Recommend that the CBRN NCO attend the one-week CBRN room operations course also. 14. Integrated CBRN training. Have soldiers do their daily duties and MOS-related duties in a simulated CBRN environment. 15. Use the Train-the-Trainer concept for new equipment that is a common task. Squad. Platoon leaders and platoon sergeants train their soldiers. Document all training for future reference and keep a copy in the CBRN Room as well as in the training records. 16. Qualified CBRN personnel teach and document any specialized training (i.e., Radiation Safety certification). Maintain a copy of specialized certification in the CBRN Room. 17. The Bn’s CBRN NCO is available on request to assist companies with scheduled training and Sergeant’s Time training. CBRN NCOs (MOS immaterial) will attend BN/BDE 74D low density MOS training. SKILL LEVEL ONE TASKS TASK NUMBER TASK TNG FREQUENCY 031-503-1007 Decontaminate Your Skin and Personal Equipment QUARTERLY 031-503-1015 Put On and Wear MOPP Gear QUARTERLY 031-503-1019 Recognize and React To Chemical or Biological QUARTERLY Hazard 031-503-1018 React to A Nuclear Hazard QUARTERLY 031-503-1014 Use M8 Detector Paper To Identify Chemical QUARTERLY Agent 031-503-1020 Use M9 Detector Paper to Detect Chemical Agent QUARTERLY 031-503-1023 Exchange MOPP Gear SEMI-ANNUALLY 031-503-1006 Drink from Canteen While Wearing Your ANNUALLY Protective Mask 031-503-1008 Use The Latrine While Wearing MOPP 4 ANNUALLY 031-503-1024 Replace Canister on Your M40-Series Protective ANNUALLY Mask 031-503-1025 Put on, Wear, Remove, and Store Your M40- ANNUALLY Series Protective Mask With Hood 031-503-1026 Maintain Your M40-Series Protective Mask With ANNUALLY Hood 031-503-1030 Prepare The Chemical Agent Monitor For ANNUALLY Operation 031-503-1031 Put The Chemical Agent Monitor Into Operation ANNUALLY 031-503-1032 Prepare The Chemical Agent Monitor for ANNUALLY Movement Or Storage SKILL LEVEL TWO TASKS TASK NUMBER TASK TNG FREQUENCY 031-503-2001 Use M256 Or M256A1 Chemical Agent Detector QUARTERLY Kit 031-503-2004 Prepare and Submit CBRN4 Reports QUARTERLY 031-503-2012 Supervise The Fitting Of Protective Masks QUARTERLY 031-503-2020 Use and perform Operator Maintenance On The SEMI-ANNUALLY IM93 Dosimeter and PP1578-Series Charger 031-503-2022 Prepare and Maintain The AN/VDR-2 Radiac Set SEMI-ANNUALLY SKILL LEVEL THREE TASKS TASK NUMBER TASK TNG FREQUENCY 031-503-3002 Conduct Unmasking Procedures QUARTERLY 031-503-3004 Supervise The Crossing Of A Contaminated Area SEMI-ANNUALLY 031-503-3005 Prepare And Submit CBRN1 Reports QUARTERLY 031-503-3006 Supervise Radiation Monitoring QUARTERLY 031-503-3009 Lead MOPP Gear Exchange QUARTERLY 031-503-3008 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective Posture SEMI-ANNUALLY 031-503-3010 Supervise Employment of Nuclear, Biological, Or SEMI-ANNUALLY Chemical Markers 031-503-3001 Supervise Positioning of The Chemical Agent SEMI-ANNUALLY Alarm 031-503-3003 Supervise Hasty Decontamination SEMI-ANNUALLY SKILL LEVEL FOUR TASKS TASK NUMBER TASK TNG FREQUENCY 031-503-4002 Supervise Unit Preparation for CBRN Attack SEMI-ANNUALLY 031-503-4003 Control Unit Radiation Exposure SEMI-ANNUALLY Annex H (Requisition of Supplies, Equipment, and Repair Parts) to Your Unit CBRN GARRISON SOP 1. Ordering Procedures for GSA and Equipment Parts: A. To order GSA, go to the supply room and fill out an order request form. B. Once the form is completed, have the XO or CDR approve and sign the request then return it to the Supply room for turn-in. C. The Supply NCO will keep the original; you must keep the carbon copy on file in your CBRN room. D. Make sure that you check with the Supply NCO at least once every two weeks to update the status of your order. 2. Parts Procedures: A. The DA Form 5988-E will be utilized to order all equipment shortages and parts. B. Place the item description and NSN found in the 20-level TM for the equipment on the DA Form 5988-E. C. Take a copy of the 5988/E to the PLL Clerk and have the clerk place the parts on order. D. Make sure that the clerk prints a list of all the admin numbers that pertain to your equipment, and the status of all parts that you currently have on order. E. Keep a copy of the print out and DA Form 5988/E in your CBRN room for your records until the parts or equipment is received. If you are using the manual system: explain how you track your repair parts. You must have a document number showing parts on order. You will also need to show what parts are ordered against what masks, etc!