(1) Commanders will provide the resources (program and guidance) and training. The
FSS will be responsible for implementing the program to reduce the energy consumption of the
food service operation.
(2) Commanders have the following choice of energy conservation plans:
(a) The local installation energy plan may be endorsed with specific guidance for
the food service operation.
(b) One of three plans from the Army Food Service Energy Management Program
published by the U.S. Army Troop Support Agency (TSA) may be used.
(3) The plan that is selected must be implemented and enforced. Reporting on the plan
that is selected will be accomplished on DA Form 4811-R.
2. DA Form 2405 (Maintenance Request Register). The Maintenance Request Register form is
used for all job orders requested by your facility, and given to the facility engineers. This form is
used as a historical record of equipment failures and uncompleted work request requiring follow
up action. It is also used to answer questions on maintenance request and formulated budget
request when the cost of repair exceeds the maintenance expenditure limits outlined in the
equipment Technical Bulletin.
3. Training. There should be a training program in the dining facility to train all food service
personnel on the proper operation and maintenance of equipment. The Director of Engineering is
responsible for conducting training. The food advisor is responsible for documentation of
operator maintenance training.
4. Safety Each Senior Food Operation Sergeant is responsible for ensuring that a safety-
training program is established in the dining facility IAW AR 385-10. Elements that contribute
to a dynamic organization are human, machines, and materials. Accident or injury can and will
occur. Therefore, accident prevention is a very important part of the dining facility's operations.
Remember, safety first and always.
5. Adding Records to Dining Facility Operations Files (DFO). You will need to add records
when you receive new equipment in your dining facility. Select the appropriate menu option
6. Modifying records. Anytime your receive new information regarding a piece of equipment,
it is a good practice to update your records in the system. There are three ways in which to locate
and retrieve records:
a. You can retrieve equipment by records by name (nomenclature) several different ways.
One way is by typing in "All" and paging through every record until you find the one you need.
Second, you can type in the entire nomenclature for that particular piece of equipment; however,
you must know the complete nomenclature. Third, you can retrieve a group of records by using