The Weekly PMS Schedule contains blank spaces
of maintenance requirements on a weekly basis
for the following information: work center code, date of
throughout the quarter. There are also columns to enter
current week, division officer's signature, MIP number
the MIP number and PMS requirements that may
minus the date code, component names, names of
require rescheduling. There are "tick" marks across the
personnel responsible for specific maintenance items,
top of the scheduling columns for use in showing the
periodicity codes of maintenance requirements,
in-port/underway time of the ship for the quarter.
outstanding major repairs, and situation requirements.
The engineering officer must supervise scheduling
of PMS on the quarterly schedule for his/her
The workcenter supervisor is responsible for
department, then sign and date the schedule before it is
completing the Weekly PMS Schedule and for updating
posted. At the end of each quarter, the engineer officer
it every day.
must review the quarterly schedule, check the reasons
for PMS actions not accomplished, and sign the form in
the space provided on its reverse side. The division
Careful planning is required to keep up with all
officer is responsible for updating the quarterly schedule
maintenance and repair work within your division. You
every week. Completed quarterly schedules should be
should already have in your workcenter the following
kept on file for 1 year.
documents to help you schedule your work:
· The Current
The Weekly PMS Schedule (fig. 13-12) is a visual
display of the planned maintenance scheduled for
· The Job Control Number (JCN) Log
accomplishment in a given workcenter during a specific
week. The weekly schedule is used by the workcenter
· The Quarterly PMS Schedule
supervisor to assign and monitor the accomplishment of
· The Weekly schedule
required PMS tasks by workcenter personnel.
Figure 13-12.--Weekly PMS Schedule.