stockpoints: PWC Subic Bay, PWC San Diego, or CBC Gulf port. In
response to a shore activity's request, required mooring material will be
shipped to the activity from one of the stockpoints for use in overhauls,
repairs, new installations, etc.
Inventory. Annually, COMNAVFACENGCOM will request shore activities
which have mooring material in storage ashore to provide an inventory
of the type, size, quantity, and condition of this material.
Reports of mooring failures and specific
1.1.7 REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.
mooring maintenance actions will be submitted to COMNAVFACENGCOM. Basic
reporting requirements will include the following:
Mooring Failure Report. In the event of a mooring failure, a letter report
will be sent to NAVFACENGCOM within 30 days that will include the
Type and class of mooring.
Vessel (if any) using the mooring at time of failure.
Wind, wave, and current conditions at time of failure.
Type/description of failed component (if known).
Extent of any damage caused as a result of the failure.
Corrective action taken to counter the assumed cause of failure.
Followup Failure Report. A second summary letter report will be sent to
NAVFACENGCOM (within 90 days of the original failure) that will include
the following information:
Mooring design and as-built drawings.
Observed defects in the component that failed.
Cause of failure as determined by investigation.
Serial number of chain or component if new when installed.
Extent of repairs required.