sent back to the customer activity to be used the next
time another transaction is to be completed.
Accurate data, completeness, and legibility in filling
out the meter card is essential. Remember a computer
This report is sent to you every month and is an
inventory of all your items, including overdue and
delayed items. If you have any additions, deletions, or
corrections to this format, submit them to the MOCC on
either the METER card or on the Add-On-Inventory
Figure 1-6.CAUTION tag.
This report is also sent to you monthly and is for
i n f o r m a t i o n p u r p o s e s . I t i s p r e p a r e d i n a
customer/subcustodian sequence to readily identify all
items held on subcustodian basis by other activities. This
format is produced concurrently with format 310. Both
formats 310 and 350 will have the last calibration dates
of all items and the due dates of their calibrations.
Format 802 is a recall schedule. It is updated and
distributed monthly. It tells you what equipment is due
for calibration that month. It is sequenced by customer
activity, by subcustodian, and by calibration
EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENT
Whenever you make repairs, you will be required to
isolate and tag-out that equipment or section of the
system. The tag-out program provides a procedure to be
used when a component, piece of equipment, system, or
portion of a system must be isolated because of some
abnormal condition. The tag-out program also provides
a procedure to be used when an instrument becomes
unreliable or is not operating properly. The major
difference between equipment tag-out and instrument
tag-out is that tags are used for equipment tag-out and
labels are used for instrument tag-out.
Tag-out procedures are described in Standard
Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy,
OPNAVINST 3120.32B. and represent the minimum
requirements for tag-out. These procedures are
mandatory and are standardized aboard ships and repair
Figure 1-7.DANGER tag.
activities. The following definitions are used in the
1. Authorizing officer-This individual has the
authority to sign tags and labels and to have tags and
labels issued or cleared. The authorizing officer is
always the officer responsible for supervising the
tag-out log. The commanding officer designates
authorizing officers by billet or watch station. The
authorizing officer for engineering is normally the
EOOW underway and the engineering duty officer
(EDO) in port.
2. Department duty officer (DDO) (repair activities
only)-This individual is designated as DDO on the
approved watch bill or plan of the day.