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Actual or estimated cost of work involved.
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Recommendations for mooring design improvements.
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Requirement for and priority of a replacement mooring.
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1.1.7.3
Other Reports. Shore activities will report to NAVFACENGCOM within 45
days any installation, removal, relocation, or overhaul of a fleet mooring.
1.1.8 FLEET MOORING MAINTENANCE. Fleet mooring maintenance includes all
actions taken to ensure that moorings are safe, reliable, and in satisfactory
condition. Maintenance may range from a simple annual surface inspection of a
buoy to a complex operation involving recovery, refurbishment, and reinstallation
of an entire mooring.
1.1.8.1
Maintenance Functions. Mooring maintenance actions will include the
following:
Minor above-water repairs of buoys and topside mooring
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components.
Removal of buoys for painting or repairs ashore.
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Replacement of the riser chain because of wear or corrosion.
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Replacement of depleted zinc anodes.
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Inspection and preservation of ashore inventory.
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Underwater inspections of installed moorings.
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Repair or relaying of a mooring damaged by a collision or a severe
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storm.
1.1.8.2
Inspections. Inspections are perhaps the most important, but often the
most neglected, of all maintenance performed. One of the primary
purposes of inspections is to detect any deficient conditions which
r e q u i r e immediate remedial attention. Often overlooked is that
inspection results should be used to plan future maintenance of both
installed moorings and inventory ashore. If maintenance is performed
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