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  1. Ships Store Afloat
    • provide basic necessities
    • Mark up for MWR
    • Morale

    • Navy Cash
    • Prevents theft
    • Per day $25 max w/out PIN, unlimited with PIN.
  2. Endurance Loading
    30-45 days of food onboard without interruption of normal operation during extended underway or deployments

    • BDFA
    • Basic Daily Food Allowance
    • $9.05 per day (20/40/40=B/L/D)
  3. Rationing at Battle Stations
    MRE and box lunches. Priority is repair lockers, combat, BDS, and GQ stations.
  4. Naval Logistics
    • Keeps ships ready to fight.
    • Consists of shore facilities, production shops, warehouses, and ships.
    • Provides the right support to the right place at the right time.

    • Fleet Freight / Cargo Message
    • Released 30 days before deployment, updated as ports change.
    • Forwarded material broken down by priority (1-high, 2, 3-low).

    • Never Out List
    • Ship’s Store toiletries, tobacco products, and sanitation material.

    • CMP
    • Ships Continuous Monitoring Program
    • Submitted to SURFPAC.
    • S-1: Financial data, supply effectiveness, and customer average wait time
    • S-2: Inventories(do not use anymore)
    • S-3: Financial data, Stock turn
    • Relational Supply
    • Management of:
    • inventory
    • issue
    • receipt
    • finances.
  6. Force Level RSUPPLY
    used on Big Decks.

    • Who owns bigdeck material?
    • Ship’s material is owned by Navy Working Capitol Fund (NWCF). Material is bought when issued. NWCF replenishes stocks.

    • Unit Level RSUPPLY
    • Used on Small Boys.

    • Who owns storeroom stock?
    • Ship owns everything in storeroom. Pay for it before received.
  7. NTCSS
    • Naval Tactical Command Support System.
    • Server contains OMMS/NG, RSUPPLY and R-ADM.

    • Aviation Maintenance
  8. Naval Aviation Logistics Command Managed Information Systems.
    Track man and flight hours on gear, Writes work-candidates, request material.
  9. OMMS/NG
    • Organizational Maintenance Management System / Next Generation.
    • Write work-candidates, tracks man hours, requests material.
  10. GDSC
    • Global Distance Support Center.
    • Used for ordering material and requisition status.
  11. ATAV
    Automated Total Asset Visibility. Requisition status.
  12. One Touch
    • Can be used for parts requisitioning.
    • Finds where parts are located on ships and shore facilities.
    • Ships use FIMARS to update it 2X a month
  13. 6 Categories of HAZMAT
    • (FATCOC)
    • Flammable
    • Aerosol
    • Toxics
    • Corrosive
    • Oxidizers
    • Compressed Gases
  14. HAZMAT
    • Hazardous Material
    • Hazardous material in its usable form.
  15. Hazardous Waste
    Used or excess HAZMAT.
  16. PPE for HAZMAT is found
    Found in the MSDS, HMUG, or MRC.
  17. MSDS & HMUG Info (11)
    • Item identification
    • NSN
    • manufacturer info (manufacturer, address, and phone number)
    • target organs
    • health hazards
    • first aid
    • PPE
    • reactivity data
    • transportation procedures
    • disposal
  18. HAZMAT Spill
    Call CCS or OOD. Tell what it is, how much, what it’s doing, and personnel involved.
  19. HMC&M
    Hazardous Material Control and Management.
  20. HICS/WIN
    Hazards Inventory Control System for Windows. Manage HAZMAT inventory, issue, and receipt.
  21. Work Center Sup HAZMAT Responsibilities
    Manages hazardous material. Make sure maintenance person has proper training, PPE, disposal requirements, and proper labeling.
  22. All Hands HAZMAT Responsibilities
    • Responsible use and disposal.
    • Notification of unattended HAZMAT.
  23. Incompatible Material
    Produces an adverse reaction when combined. (ammonia/bleach)
  24. Stowage of HAZMAT
    • Stored in segregated storage,seperate containers, with proper labeling.
    • No eating, drinking, or smoking in issue rooms.

    • Proper Labeling:
    • Identifying info
    • NSN
    • Nomenclature
    • manufacture info
    • health hazazards
    • target organs

    • Flammable Material Storage
    • Have no sparking material around it, no hot work.
    • Installed HALON in storage / issue room.
    • Extinguishing agent within 15 feet of lockers.
    Offload to shore facilities, never underway.
  26. Underway Discharge Limitations:
    • Sewage – 3nm
    • Food Waste – 12nm
    • Trash – 25nm
    • Oil Waste – 50nm (less than 15ppm)
    • Plastics – Never (Unless CNO approval)
    • Paint / Mineral Sprits – Never
  27. What are the seven principals of naval logistics
    • responsivness
    • simplicity
    • flexiblity
    • economy
    • attainablity
    • sustainability
    • survivability
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2015-11-15 05:05:42
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