Prevention. Reduce the amount of solid wastes and HW in the supply
room by avoiding stockpiling or keeping items around "just in case
they are needed." Reuse containers whenever possible. Recycle
materials as required by your installation's recycling program.
Conservation. Dispose of all solid wastes and HW according to local
PART D - PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
Emergency Tank Repair. If any of the collapsible tanks develop a leak,
repair them at once with emergency repair items. There are two methods
of repair: one uses sealing plugs and one uses sealing clamps. The one
you use depends on the size of the rupture. Use a sealing plug if the
hole in the tank is 3/8 of an inch or smaller. Use a sealing clamp if
the hole is larger than 3/8 of an inch. Whatever method you use, ensure
you put on rubber gloves and the protective hood before starting the
Forms. During operation of the FSSP, operator maintenance is performed
on pumps, filter/separators, and related equipment. Forms are prepared
to schedule inspections and preventive maintenance and to record the
results of inspections and the need for repairs. They are also used to
report preventative maintenance performed, to note repairs made, and to
request services of support maintenance. In addition, forms are used to
keep track of the time equipment is in use or out of service, and to
provide data for reports on the condition and status of equipment.
DD Form 314 (Preventive Maintenance Schedule and Record) is used to
show when equipment is scheduled for periodic preventive maintenance
and when maintenance has been performed.
DA Form 2404 (Equipment Maintenance Schedule and Report) is used to
report faults or malfunctions discovered by an equipment operator.
maintenance personnel mainly to request support maintenance.
keep a complete maintenance history on a piece of equipment.
DA Form 4177 (Utilities Inspection and Service Record) is used to
schedule inspections and preventive maintenance on a fixed utility or
structure such as a storage tank.