Standards: Established and maintained an effective maintenance shop operation in accordance with SOPs and applicable references.
Conditions: In a field or garrison environment,
given maintenance personnel, equipment,
maintenance facility/site, SOPs, and
Established and maintained an effective
maintenance shop operation in accordance
with SOPs and applicable references.
1.Ensure unit maintenance procedures are in
accordance with AR 750-1, DA Pam
750-35 and local major Army command (MACOM)
a. Review unit standing
operating procedures (SOP) for
b. Inform unit personnel of
changes in policy and new policy
that impacts unit SOP.
2.Provide technical assistance to unit maintenance
a. Inspect unit maintenance
b. Identify shortcomings.
c. Make recommendations for
d. Provide training in
3.Provide maintenance management to units.
a. Review reports (MCRS and
b. Coordinate with higher
level maintenance activities.
c. Direct cross-leveling of
d. Prioritize maintenance
efforts of units.
1.Reviewed unit SOP as scheduled.
2.Compared unit SOP against standards set in DA Pam
3.Completed regular inspection of unit operations.
4.Compared unit operations against standards in AR
750-1, DA Pam 738-750, and DA Pam
5.Inspected environmental protection practices for
6.Reviewed safety program practices for compliance
with AR 385-55.
7.Recorded and submitted deficiencies to proper
personnel for correction.
8.Recorded training needs.
9.Coordinated with appropriate personnel to provide
10.Reviewed MCSR for accuracy and compliance with standards in AR
700-138 and applicable user’s
11.Coordinated with appropriate maintenance level to correct
12.Coordinated with TRADOC and AMC to ensure that emerging issues
were addressed appropriately at the
Guidance: Score the soldier GO if all
performance measures are passed. Score the
soldier NO GO if any performance measure is
failed. If the soldier fails any performance
measure, show him what was done wrong and
how to do it correctly.
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