Figure 1-26B.Equipment Evaluation Inspection Guide (Back)Continued.
CESE inspections 2 or 3 days before the planned
BEEP completion date, ensuring that all CESE is
processed through the mechanic shop.
Inspection Guide. A safety inspection Equipment
Repair Order (ERO) is developed for all CESE
assigned. Any discrepancies listed on the evaluation
guide is transferred to an ERO for repairs. Maintenance
supervisors determine what repairs can be accomplished
based on the work force, space, and repair parts
available. Additionally, they inspect all maintenance
records, review and account for all maintenance
correspondence, and inventory and inspect all
permanent Alfa company shop equipment. The
maintenance supervisors review all the Equipment
Evaluation Inspection Guides and approve all
Equipment Condition Codes (fig. 1-28) for each CESE.
After the final inspections of all CESE, the
mechanics place NMCB unit identification marking
decals (red-diamond shape for organic equipment and
equipment) in the correct locations. The dispatcher
signs Block 77 of the EROs for customer approval of
all CESE BEEPed.
COMSECOND or COMTHIRD equipo reviews
and approves all BEEP equipment evaluation guides
and EROs. At the completion of all Alfa company
inspections, the relieving equipment officer signs the
TAB A as acceptance of the equipment for the
A properly administered license program ensures
only thoroughly trained personnel who are physically