6. PROCEDURES FOR PROCUREMENT, ACCOUNTING, INVENTORY, AND ECONOMY IN USE
OF CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES, REPAIR PARTS, AND EQUIPAGE
a. Is an adequate procedure in use for replacement of repair parts?
b. Are there adequate measures used to prevent excessive waste of consumable supplies?
c. Is there proper supervision in the proper supply of, care of, and accountability for hand tools?
d. Are inventories taken of repair parts which are in the custody of the engineering department?
e. How well are repair parts preserved and stowed?
f. What type of system is used to locate a repair part carried on board? (Have a chief or first class petty
officer explain to you how a repair part for a certain piece of machinery is obtained.)
g. Are custody cards properly maintained for accountable tools and equipment?
7. MAINTENANCE OF RECORDS AND LOGS
a. Inspect the following for compliance with pertinent directives, completeness, and proper form.
Alteration and Installation Program
Daily Oil and Water Records
Training Logs and Records
Work Books for Engineering Spaces
8. AVAILABILITY AND CORRECTNESS OF PUBLICATIONS, DIRECTIVES, AND TECHNICAL
a. Engineering Blueprints Recommended
(1) Ship's Plan Index (SPI)
b. Manufacturers' Instruction Books
(2) Completeness and condition
Type Commanders Material Letters
NAVSEA Technical Manual
General Information Book
Booklet Plans of Machinery
9. CLEANLINESS AND PRESERVATION
Preservation and cleanliness of space (including bilges)
Preservation and cleanliness of machinery and equipment
Neatness of stowage
Condition of ventilation
Condition of lighting
Compliance with standard painting instructions
Figure 13-18.--Engineering inspection checkoff sheet--Continued.