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					   Fiscal Year 2010
    › Common discrepancies found could be alleviated by
      PROPER PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE. (PMS) and use of
      approved technical references. (I.E. NSTMS, GSO’s,
      and NTTP’s)
    › Common discrepancies topics throughout the fleet.
         Search and Rescue (S.A.R.)
         Ground Tackle and Appendages
         Ladders, Lifelines and Life rails
         Davit Inspection
         Lifejacket
         Hydrostatic Release Devices
     Mooring and Towing
     F.A.S / R.A.S Systems and Equipment.
     Amphibious Operations Equipment.
     Corrosion Control and Non Skid Deck Wash
     Miscellaneous
› This brief is not all inclusive to Deck Material readiness.
   The DECK INSURV checklist is not an official governing
    doctrine.
       Checklist is based upon NAVSEA approved documentation.
   Anchor Chain
    › DETACHABLE LINK POSITIONING
       Ref: NSTM 581-5.1.4.1 The detachable link is positioned with the flat side
        perpendicular to the wildcat shaft with the lead plug and pin of detachable link
        facing outboard (shown in figure in ASTM F765-93). This requires the flat side of
        the link at each end of a shot of chain to be parallel to the wildcat shaft (riding in
        a pocket) during shot assembly.
    › LOOSE COUPLING PLATES
       Ref: NSTM 581-6.3.4 DETACHABLE LINKS STANDARD AND PEAR-SHAPED.
        Coupling plates on new standard detachable and pear-shaped detachable links
        shall have no movement along the axis or at 90 degrees to the axis when
        assembled. Either coupling plate movement on used standard detachable or
        pear-shaped detachable links, examined between an 18 to 36 month period,
        shall not exceed 1/32-inch for sizes 3/4 through 1-7/8 inches, 1/16 - inch for
        sizes two through 3-1/4 inches, and 3/32-inch for sizes 3-3/8 through 4-3/4
        inches. The detachable links (standard and pear-shaped) are to be replaced if
        these allowances are exceeded. Calipers, a micrometer or a 6-inch machinist
        rule shall be used for measurement. This criteria applies whether the links have
        match marks or not.
› LOOSE COUPLING PLATES
   Ref: Message 252057Z JUN 10
     CARD 30 9HEV N, PERIODICITY CODE: R 3. THIS SITUATIONAL MRC IS
      CURRENTLY REQUIRED PRIOR TO GETTING UNDERWAY FROM ANCHORAGE.
      IN ADDITION FOR THE DURATION OF THIS ADVISORY THIS MRC SHALL BE
      APPLIED WHENEVER THE CHAIN IS MOVED, BUT NO MORE THAN ONCE
      EVERY 30 DAYS. THE CHECKS APPLY TO ALL DETACHABLE LINKS VISIBLE
      PRIOR TO MOVEMENT, DURING RECOVERY AND WHEN LETTING OUT IF
      BEING DONE IN A CONTROLLED AND SAFE MANNER.
     CARD 30 9HEV N, STEP 1.A, INSTRUCTS SHIPS FORCE TO VISUALLY INSPECT
      THE CHAIN FOR CRACKS, DISTORTION, WEAR, DETACHABLE LINK PLATE
      MOVEMENT, AND CHAIN SHOT MARKINGS.
     CARD 87 6HTX N, PERIODICITY CODE: 36M. IF ANY DETACHABLE LINK
      PLATE MOVEMENT IS OBSERVED IN ANY DIRECTION, THE LINK SHALL BE
      MEASURED FOR ACCEPTABILITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH CARD 87 6HTX N,
      STEP 1.N. IF THE MEASURED MOVEMENT IS WITHIN 1.5 TIMES THE
      LIMITATIONS IMPOSED BY STEP 1.N, NO FURTHER ACTION IS REQUIRED.
      5. IF THE MEASURED MOVEMENT EXCEEDS 1.5 TIMES THESE LIMITATIONS,
      SHIPS FORCE SHALL DISASSEMBLE / REASSEMBLE PER STEPS 1.A THRU 1.E
      AND 1.L OF CARD 87 6HTX N, AND THEN RE MEASURE THE LINK FOR
      ACCEPTABILITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH STEP 1.N.
   Anchor Chain
    › Chain Stoppers
       REF: NSTM 581-6.2.9 The Navy standard chain stoppers are used
        for securing the anchor in the hawse pipe, for riding to an anchor, for
        holding the anchor when the chain is disconnected for any reason or
        for securing the anchor chain when the chain is used for towing
        purposes Chain stoppers used for towing shall be equipped with two
        locking plates, modified eyebolts and cotter pins, in accordance with
        NAVSHIPS DWG804-860000, PCS 17, 18, 19 and 20. If more than one
        chain stopper is used on a chain, the load should be as equally
        distributed as possible when adjusting the chain stopper
        turnbuckle. The Navy standard chain stopper consists of a shackle,
        detachable links, a turnbuckle assembly and a pelican hook assembly.
        The pelican hook assembly’s main components are a strongback,
        pelican hook, bail and pivot pins. Chain stoppers are manufactured to
        the requirements of NAVSHIPS DWG804-860000.
   Anchor Logs
    › Log Books
       REF: NSTM 5812.7.2 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE. The
       periodicity for inspecting and preserving anchors,
       chain and appendages shall be in accordance with
       PMS and is limited to that portion of the chain which
       has been used for anchorage based on the ship’s
       anchor log. Maintenance to include visual inspections
       of chain and detachable links, touch-up painting of
       the outboard swivel shot, first shot, shot markings
       and anchor, and lubricating of the chain stoppers and
       detachable links in accordance with PMS.
   F.A.S / R.A.S systems and Equipment.
    › R.A.S.
       Ref: NTTP 4-01.4
         Manual drive assembly, electric disc brake release and limit switches were
          corroded, and seized, not properly adjusted.
         Stations not rigged IAW Ships specific blueprints.
         Flexible coupling was missing RTV compound at seam
         Highline transfer chairs and litters were not IAW NTTP 4-01.4.
         Missing weight test tags on 2’ wire preventer.
    › F.A.S.
       Ref: NTTP 4-01.4
         Fueling hoses were dry rotted, missing hydro test stencil date.
         Fuel receivers, pip pins, plunger assemblies and indicator flags were corroded
          or non operable.
         Stations not rigged IAW Ships specific blueprints.
         Telephone and Distance line markers were not 20’ apart CENTER TO CENTER
          OF MARKER.
   High strength (Grade B) shackles shall be used on all UNREP rigging.
    › Ref: NTTP 4-01.4 2.3.3
   S.L.A.D
    › Ships company is not familiar with all facets of operation of
      boat davit.
    › Ref: MIP 5831/009 and davit specific tech manual.
       Normal operations: *Limits switches are not calibrated IAW ships tech
        manual after overhaul of davit. Wire rope drums are not cleaned and
        wire rope is not set on drum IAW MRC 36M-1.
       Emergency Operations: Emergency operating placards were not posted
        in davit area. Ships company not familiar with emergency / manual
        operations of boat davit (i.e. raise, lower, slew, and luff. (hand
        crank/hand pump/pneumatic drive)

      * Requirement for calibration of limit switches resides in Davit specific
        tech manual and NOT on MRC. Testing Limit/Proximity switches resides
        on ICMP MRC.
    REF: NSTM 583
 SMALL BOATS
   › Sea cock valves are not maintained IAW PMS
      Sea cock valve is to cycle freely (open and closed)
   › Batteries are not secure in space.
      Batteries are to be securely fastened to hull utilizing installed brackets.
   › Fire extinguishers are not IAW PMS
   › Engine cooling system required flushing.
   › Hand bilge pump handle was missing and /or pump was inop.
   › Sound Producing device was missing. (excluding Boat horn.)
   › Manual air pump end fittings were damaged.
 BOAT STORAGE
   › Blocks did not make 90% coverage to boat hull
   › Rubber covers were damaged.
   › Heavy weather gripes were out of adjustment
      Missing take up marks on turnbuckles.
   MK-1 Life Jacket
    › Life Jackets are not within MRC Guidelines
       Ref: MIP 5832/002 MK-1 Life Preserver (MIL SPEC) and MIP 5832/014
        MK-1 Life Preserver (Commercial)
         CO2 cartridges (24gram for Commercial) / (29gram for MILSPEC)
         Lanyard lengths are wrong size. (48” cut length for DML and DYE
          MARKER). (15-18” cut length for whistle). All tied with bowlines AT
          EACH END!
         Batteries missing/expired date tape. (1 year from placed in service
          date.)
         DML switches are not set IAW MRC. (Firefly type 2 switch is
          down/open. Firefly type 3 switch is up/closed)
         Hook tape fasteners missing from DML.
         Lifejackets quantities not IAW ships AEL.
   Abandon ship Life Jacket
    › Life Jackets are not within MRC Guidelines
        Ref: MIP 5832/005 Abandon ship Life Preserver (MIL SPEC) / MIP
         5832/016 Abandon ship Life Preserver (Commercial)
          CO2 Cartridge ( MILSPEC: 25 TO 28 GRAM C02 (NSN 4220-00-372-0585 /
           COMMERCIAL: 33 GRAM CO2 (NSN 4220-01-487-2933)
          Buddy Line. (54” cut length with *BOWLINE knot 8-10” from toggle.)
           Commercial jacket has 3 types:
            1. *white cord
            2. black web with sewn loop (Ensure Loop is large enough for toggle.*)
            3. *black web without loop)
          Batteries missing/expired date tape. (1 year from placed in service date.)
          DML switches are not set IAW MRC. (Firefly type 2 switch is down/open.
           Firefly type 3 switch is up/closed)
          Hook tape fasteners missing from DML.
          Whistle Length. (18” cut length for whistle). All tied with bowlines AT EACH
           END!
          Lifejackets quantities not IAW ships AEL.
   Inherently Buoyant Life Jacket
     › Life Jackets are not within MRC Guidelines
        Ref: MIP 5832/015 Inherently Buoyant life Preserver (Commercial)
          Lanyard lengths are wrong size. (48” cut length for DML.) (15-18” cut
           length for whistle). All tied with bowlines AT EACH END!
          Batteries missing/expired date tape. (1 year from placed in service
           date.)
          DML switches are not set IAW MRC. (Firefly type 2 switch is
           down/open. Firefly type 3 switch is up/closed)
          Hook tape fasteners missing from DML and Jacket.
          Whistle Length. (18” cut length for whistle). All tied with bowlines AT
           EACH END!
          Lifejackets quantities not IAW ships AEL.
   There are several changes to the life jacket
    program being evaluated in the fleet.
   Lifelines/Rails
    › Synthetic Lifelines not installed correctly
       Ref: GSO 612D. Life rails and lifelines shall be installed in
        accordance with approved type or standard drawings. In
        general, lifelines or life rails shall be three courses high at a
        height of 42 inches from center of top life rail or lifeline to
        deck, spaced 14 inches center to center or as indicated on
        hull type drawings. Wherever the height of rail is restricted,
        a minimum height of 36 inches shall be provided.
        Unguarded openings between adjacent sections of life rails
        or lifelines or between the ends of the rails or lines and
        adjacent structure shall be kept to a minimum and in no
        case greater than 5 inches.
   Lifelines/Rails
    › Synthetic Lifelines not installed correctly
                     Access guards of synthetic or wire rope shall use a
       Ref: GSO 612D.
        terminating eye piece at each end in addition to the above, except that
        synthetic thimbles shall be used with synthetic rope with a 5/16 inch
        anchor shackle, screw pin. These assemblies shall be made up so that
        when installed in the opening, the sag at any mid span of rope or chain is
        not greater than 3/4 inch/ft of span between the supporting stanchions
        or structure.
       When employing synthetic rope, the length of rope necessary to achieve
        minimum sag shall be measured only after the rope has been subjected
        to a minimum of six initial pulls of not less than 30 percent of the rated
        breaking strength of the rope in order to assure that the "construction
        stretch" is imparted prior to fitting the rope.
       Maximum length of openings protected by rope or chain shall not exceed
        72 inches.
   Lifelines/Rails
    › Synthetic Lifelines not installed correctly
       Ref: GSO 612D. Those Lifelines with aluminum stanchions or structure
        shall be CRES with CRES-fittings. Lifelines under 6 feet on weather decks
        shall be set up with terminating eye splices either manual or with
        swaging sleeves for wire rope. Chain fitted around hatches or deck
        openings inside the ship shall be 1/4 inch close linked galvanized steel
        chain, or 5/8 inch diameter 3-strand nylon rope, or 5/8 inch diameter
        polyester rope.
       Access, guard line, or hatch guard assemblies and other fastening
        applications requiring attachment and easy detachment, shall be made
        up with 5/16 inch anchor shackle, screw pin, type 4, class 1, in
        accordance with Fed. Spec. RR-C-271 at one end and a 4 inch galvanized
        steel snap hook with safety guard at the other end. The snap hook shall
        have a 5/8 inch diameter eye, a 3/4 inch throat opening, and shall
        withstand a proof-load of 5,000 pounds.
   Thanner, Diaphragm, and Can type hydrostatic release devices
    › Hydrostatic release devices installed incorrectly.
        Ref: MIP 5832/009
          Ensure the Thanner hydrostatic release device is installed with the
           plunger facing inboard (towards traffic.) and the diaphragm
           hydrostatic release device is installed with the plunger facing
           outboard (away from traffic). If the device is equipped with a safety
           release pin, ensure the release pin is installed to avoid inadvertent
           release.
          Can type hydrostatic release devices are not installed IAW 18M-1
           with both pins fully inserted in ring shaft and free of rust, corrosion
           and salt debris.
   Thanner, Diaphragm, and Can type hydrostatic release devices
    › Hydrostatic release devices installed incorrectly.
        Ref: MIP 5832/009
          Launching instructions applicable to hydrostatic release device were
           not posted by life raft station.
          If required, lashing for Hydrostatic release devices shall be 5 turns of
           ¼ “ diameter nylon cord Mil-R-24050, with ends seared. Secure to the
           thimble with a clove hitch and a half hitch. Secure across the turns
           with a clove hitch and two half hitches. Nylon cord should be free of
           breaks, fraying, and wear. Replace if necessary.
 Aramid/Spectra mooring lines
  › Mooring lines improperly constructed.
    Ref: NSTM 613-2.5.3 EYE SPLICE IN 4–STRAND
     ARAMID FIBER ROPE.
      The following slide describes requirements for
       splicing 4 strand line. Note steps 1 defines the
       criteria for commencement of splice.
      Note 8 for the taper of the splice.
      Note 12 for whipping of splice with polyester
       whipping. (NOT MARLIN)
   Towing End Fittings
    › Towing fittings are not terminated with the proper
      fittings.
       Ref: NSTM 582-10.1.2
         Synthetic lines are all terminated with hand spliced eyes
          and a variety of end fittings are used on them to protect
          the line from chafing. The recommended end fittings for
          towing hawsers made of synthetic rope (nylon and
          polyester) given here in order of preference are:
       TOWING THIMBLE




Towing thimble (NAVSEA DWG. No. 803-6397321).
ROPE CONNECTOR




  commercially available
THIMBLE AND LINK




NAVSEA sketch No. 56W41-14A
                        ROPE COUPLING




NAVSEA DWG. No. 803-5000916 Rope couplings are fitted in the eye splices at each end for
attaching the hawser to the towed ship's towing hawser Rope or anchor chain at one end
and the chafing chain of the towing ship at the other end. The manufacturing requirements
for the thimble and link assembly are shown on NAVSEA sketch No. 56W41-14A.
                 NEWCO THIMBLE




Newco thimbles should be replaced with the above approved fittings
at the earliest availability.
                BOSTON THIMBLE




Boston thimbles are similar to towing thimbles except they are made
of aluminum bronze alloy. The Boston thimbles should also be
replaced with the recommended fittings whenever convenient
*NATO TOWING LINK




 *NATO Towing link is not an end fitting
   Inventory of Equipment.
    › Personal equipment Stencil.
       Ref: NTTP 3-50.1 5.2.1 “Surface Rescue Swimmer’s minimum SAR equipment
        shall be stenciled with rescue swimmer’s first and last initial, and last four
        numbers of SSN.”

    › Ships Forecastle and Boat Recovery equipment identification.
       Ref: NTTP 3-50.1 5.1 “Required forecastle and rescue boat equipment outlined
         in Appendix D shall be stenciled with ship’s hull number.”

    › CWU 43/P AND CWU 44/P Inventory.
        Ref: NTTP 3-50.1 5.2.13.5 The drawers are full length and the ankles are of
         tight-knit weave to fit securely. They have a boxer-style fly closure and an elastic
         waistband. The undershirt has full sleeves and the cuffs and neckband are of a
         tight-knit weave to fit securely. The drawers and undershirt shall be personal
         issue items, and each RS shall maintain two of each item. To determine drawer
         and undershirt sizing and NSN use the guidelines in Figure 5-8. The CWU-43/P
         and CWU-44/P cold-weather underwear (MIL-D-85040) is designed to provide
         added thermal insulation and is constructed from (Aramid) high temperature–
         resistant material. The cold-weather underwear is designated for use by all
         aircrew members operating in cold temperatures. The underwear may be used
         with standard Navy cold-weather equipment.”
   LEVEL “A” SAR MEDICAL KIT INVENTORY
     › Ref: NTTP 3-50.1 (APR 2009), SARGRAM 07-03 DTG 031552Z OCT07
         MEDICAL KIT, BAG AND PANEL                   1 EACH 6545-01-157-9112
         ADHESIVE TAPE, SURGICAL                      1 ROLL 6510-00-203-5000
         ASHERMANS CHEST SEAL                         4 EACH 6510-01-408-1920
         BANDAGE, ADHESIVE                            2 PKG    6510-00-913-7909
         BANDAGE, GAUZE, ELASTIC (4.5 IN X 5 YDS)     3 EACH 6510-00-935-5821
         BANDAGE, KERLIX (3 IN X 5 YARDS)             3 EACH 6510-00-058-7993
         BANDAGE, MUSLIN                              4 EACH 6510-00-201-1755
         BLANKET, CASUALTY                            1 EACH 7210-00-935-6665
         EMERGENCY TRAUMA DRESSING, ABD.              1 EACH 6510-01-541-8121
         EMERGENCY TRAUMA DRESSING, (4 IN)            4 EACH 6510-01-558-4108
         MASK, OXYGEN, POCKET                         1 EACH 6515-01-341-9329
         MINI MAG LIGHT                               1 EACH 6230-01-259-4495
         NRP PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT            4 EACH 6515-01-537-1534
         SHEET, BURN-TRAUMA DRESSING                  1 EACH 6510-01-194-0252
         *SODIUM CHLORIDE, INJECTION 0.9%, USP        2 EACH 6505-01-330-6269
         SPLINT, UNIVERSAL (SAM)                      2 EACH 6515-01-494-1951
         SUPPORT, CERVICAL (ADJUSTABLE)               2 EACH 6515-01-452-4435
         TOURNIQUET, COMBAT APPLICATION (CAT)         2 EACH 6515-01-521-7976
         TRAUMA SHEARS (7 ¼ IN)                       1 EACH 6515-01-538-9276

        *Items that have an Expiration Date
› Lanyard Lengths and applicable knots.
   Ref: NAVAIR 13-1-6.5 14-444.
     Hook Blade Knife should have 30” cut length line seared at both ends
      and an overhand knot on each end. Line then tied to knife with
      bowline knot to knife grommet AND loop on knife pocket of harness.
      Remaining cord to be faked on handle and secured with a rubber
      band.
     SDU-5/E / SDU-39/N strobe lights should have 30” cut length line
      seared at both ends and an overhand knot on each end. Line then tied
      to plastic loop on light with bowline knot AND loop on light pocket of
      harness. Remaining cord to be faked length of light and secured with a
      rubber band.
› Lanyard Lengths and applicable knots.
   Ref: NAVAIR 13-1-6.5 14-430.
      Divers Knife and Scabbard.
        Locate knife scabbard attaching strap on lifting strap at position
         marked during fitting.
        2. Stitch size E thread to attach strap to lifting strap using triangular box
         stitches. Push back edge of scabbard to stitch as close as possible to
         scabbard. Do not sew any closer than an 1/8 inch from edge of material.
        INSTALL DIVER’S KNIFE IN SCABBARD AND SECURE WITH HOOK
         AND PILE RETAINER STRAP.
› Masks not fastened/means of fastening to harness.
   Ref: NTTP 3-50.1 5.2.3 “Before water entry, the RS’s mask shall be tied off on
    either the left or right shoulder strap of the RS’s harness and not passed through
    the neck hole of the RS’s flotation device. The SAR swimmer’s mask shall not be
    tied to the RS flotation device.”
   Ladders
    › Accommodation Ladder
       Ref: GSO 622j
         Posted rigging diagram was missing from
          Accommodation Ladders area.
         Accommodation ladders shall be tested by loading
          the ladder while it is rigged and suspended from
          the davit on an angle of 50 degrees with the
          horizontal, with a distributed load of 300 pounds
          on each tread and a distributed load of 70 lb/ft2 on
          each platform. The bail and bail brackets or davits
          which support the ladder in service position shall
          be independently tested under a load equal to the
          above ladder test load plus twice the weight of the
          ladder without damage, or permanent distortion.
          Ladder handling davits shall be tested in
          accordance with GSO 611b.
   Ladders
    › Pilots Ladder
       Ref: NAVSEA DWG 804-5000900 / Ships specific DWG
         Suspension lines are not constructed IAW note 10 of NAVSEA DWG.
         Pilots ladders are not rigged with illumination for the waterline and
          deck area IAW note 11 of NAVSEA DWG.
         Missing life ring on station IAW note 11 of NAVSEA DWG.


       Ships specific DWG takes precedence over NAVSEA DWG. If no Ships
        DWG is available, Ships to rig to NAVSEA DWG.
   Well deck visual aids, Ventilation, and Material
    condition.
    › Visual aids and Material condition
       Ref: Wet well Manual 3320.32C and SEAOPS
         Inagon light(s) were degraded / non operational.
         LCAC stowage spotting marker (barber pole) / grounding receptacle
          marker / line up line / AAV Launch line and LCAC maintenance blocks
          markers were faded / improperly painted / not present.
         White, Amber and NVG lighting were degraded/INOP.
         Water barrier and / or related equipment was missing and/or
          damaged. (i.e. cranes, blocks, running rigging.)
           Ships company not able to demonstrate water barrier operations.
         Well deck planking and batter boards had damaged / missing
          fasteners and/or in poor condition.
   Well deck visual aids, Ventilation, and Material
    condition.
    › Ventilation
       Ref: Wet well Manual 3320.32C and SEAOPS
         Local and remote ventilation systems were degraded and/or
          inoperable in both supply and exhaust modes.
         Telltale panel lights INOP (supply/exhaust/low/high)
         Ventilation ducts were missing tell tale pennants.
           Ventilation is a mandatory requirement for all Well Deck Operations.
            The Wet well manual and SEAOPS require ALL ventilation to be
            operational during evolutions in the Well deck .
           Ships equipped with Natural Ventilation doors (Plenum Doors) shall
            have all doors in the lowered position.
   Well deck securing and handling equipment.
    › Cargo lashings
       Ref: Wet well Manual 3320.32C, SEAOPS and MIP 5730/002
         Cargo lashings are not being maintained IAW MRC 18M-3. (corroded
          wire rope and/or seized fittings.
         Damaged shock insulators.
         Missing LCAC heavy weather tie down fittings (8 per craft)
         Gripe quantities not IAW ships AEL.
   Corrosion Control Review and Non Skid Deck
    Wash
    › Reference MSG DTG 170538Z (limited Approval of
      International INTERCRYL 588 Color topping / NSTM
      100 / 631 and 634.
         Ships conducting deck wash of non skid are not IAW MSG DTG
          170538Z. (non skid top coated with thinned deck gray paint)
         Ships do not have an assigned Corrosion Control Officer.
         Ships not familiar with CCIMS program.
           Tanks and Voids.
         PCMS and Corrosion
           Steel surfaces corroding behind PCMS.
         Ships manning and operational tempo.
         Environmental issues.
100-2.5 SHIPYARD STRUCTURAL EXAMINATION
100-2.5.1 GENERAL. When a ship is assigned availability for repairs, the repair activity
shall make an inspection of the ship’s structure when evidence of severe
deterioration has been reported by the Commanding Officer. Repairs shall be based
on criteria which have been established for such examinations. These criteria are
described in the following paragraphs. S9086-DA-STM-010/CH-100R1 100-7 100-2.5.1.1
General Criteria. Strength members or portions of strength members, which have suffered a
reduction in cross-sectional area of 25 percent or greater from their original, shall be
cropped out and replaced. In cases where material deterioration is limited to small areas
(less than two square feet), repairs may be accomplished by welding in lieu of replacement.

100-2.5.1.1.1 Scattered pits of depth at least 25 percent, but not greater than 45 percent, of
original thickness may be repaired by welding. Repairs to restore thickness of existing
structure by cladding or surfacing shall be accomplished by the metal arc welding process
as set forth in NSTM Chapter 074, Volume 1, Welding and Allied Processes.
   CCIMS was founded to track and maintain Tanks and voids.
     › DCA and Port Engineers should have access to the CCIMS database for their
       specific command.
     › CCIMS is expanding to mitigate corrosion throughout ship service life.
   CCIMS scores are based upon 4 separate areas.
    › CCIMS condition Code I
       .1% or less = little to no corrosion found, no maintenance action required.
    › CCIMS condition code II
       .1% to 3% = Some corrosion found, but no component/system impairment. Maintenance
         is required, but not an immediate concern.
    › CCIMS condition code III
       3% to 50% = Significant corrosion and paint system failure found. Maintenance action is
         an immediate concern. Delay of maintenance action could result in component/system
         failure.
    › CCIMS condition code IV
       50% or greater = Extensive corrosion and paint system failure found. Immediate action
         required. Component/System failure imminent.
   Non Skid is not authorized to be deck washed IAW NSTM 634-7.9.1634-7.9.1
    General. This section covers the application of color toppings for VLA and
    safety markings, and for application as a cosmetic top coat to non-critical
    decks. Continuous use of these coatings may compromise the slip-resistant
    properties of the nonskid. Therefore, caution shall be exercised when using
    any color topping, so that optimum slip resistance of the deck will be
    maintained. Color topping for cosmetic purposes may only be applied as a
    one-time application with Type Commander approval only. Color topping
    for safety and Visual Landing Aid (VLA) markings can be applied as required
    for safety and VLA clarity. The application of color topping to flight deck,
    hangar deck and VERTREP deck nonskid areas for reasons other than VLA or
    safety markings is strictly prohibited. Peripheral deck edging and areas not
    receiving non-skid may substitute the manufacturer’s color topping for MIL-
    PRF-24635 deck paint.
   Ref: DTG: 100624Z Jul 09 Peel and Stick Non Skid is
    an authorized substitute to standard Non skid
    applications.
    ›   Approved for use in areas that are NOT subject to FLIGHT DECKS (INCLUDING
        HELICOPTER LANDING DECKS), CARRIER LANDING AREAS, AIRCRAFT
        ELEVATORS, HANGAR DECKS, VERTICAL REPLENISHMENT (VERTREP) AND
        HELICOPTER IN-FLIGHT REFUELING (HIFR) AREAS, AND WELL DECKS.

    ›   P&S SHOULD BE LIMITED TO FOOT, HAND TRUCK, AND PALLET-JACK TRAFFIC
        AREAS. P&S IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR FORKLIFT MOVEMENT AND AREAS
        RECEIVING HEAVY HYDROCARBON CONTAMINATION.
   Placards not posted
    › Ref: 5100.19E ART C0602
       Operating, Safety, Lubrication and Rigging instructions are
        not posted by each individual stations.
           Accommodation ladders.
           Fueling stations.
           Cargo Stations.
           Line handling stations.
           Boat Davit Stations
           Anchoring Stations.
           Towing Stations.
       Operating Placards are incomplete and/or inaccurate
         Emergency / Manual operations are not iaw equipment tech Manual.
   Blueprints and Instructions
    › Missing / incomplete sets of blueprints and drawing for
      ship specific equipment.
    › CURRENT NSTM’s, NTTP’s, and applicable equipment
      instructions are not available.
    › Weight test documentation is not CURRENT and / or
      available, to include Chain hoists, and portable weight
      handling equipment.
Deck knowledge is and shall remain based on
  blueprints, NSTM, GSO, and accurate and
     timely execution of applicable PMS!

      Do not base your knowledge on
       “That’s how we always do it”
                     or
        “It’s always been like that”

				
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