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3.3
GENERAL
MAINTENANCE
3.3.1
Introduction.  This section defines the two elements
of  general  maintenance,  scheduled maintenance and unscheduled
maintenance,  and  outlines  the  objectives  for each.
General
maintenance concepts are also briefly addressed.
3.3.2
Scheduled Maintenance.  Scheduled maintenance is all
maintenance  which  is  scheduled  and  performed  on equipment,
components and systems prior to anticipated failure or operational
degradation  below  acceptable  standards/criteria.
Scheduled
maintenance actions are the minimum required to maintain equipment
in a fully operable condition, and within specifications.  W h e n
performed  according  to  schedule,  these scheduled maintenance
actions  will  provide  the means to identify parts requiring
replacement prior to failure and are, therefore,  preventive  in
nature.  Scheduled maintenance is intended to prevent equipment,
component  and  system  failures  which  might  otherwise  result  in
repeated unscheduled (corrective) maintenance actions.
The primary objective of scheduled maintenance is to provide
for managing and conducting maintenance in a manner which will
ensure maximum operational readiness of the man-rated hyperbaric
facility.  Therefore, scheduled maintenance shall be established
to meet the following intermediate objectives:
Achievement  of
a.
specific
maintenance
standards,
specifications  and  criteria  including
manufacturer's  recommended
maintenance.
b.
Effective  use  of  available  manpower
material
and
resources in maintenance and maintenance support.
Documenting of information relating to maintenance and
c.
maintenance support actions.
Improvement  of  maintainability  and  reliability  of
d.
systems,  equipments  and  components  by  provision  of  documented
maintenance information for analysis.
Identification and reduction of the cost of maintenance
e.
and  maintenance  support  in  terms  of  manpower  and  material
resources.
f.
Provide the means to properly schedule, plan, manage, and
track maintenance.
g.
Collect data on which to base improvements in design and
spare parts support.
On applicable equipment, components and systems, commands are
encouraged to make use of the Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
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