Ship Repairing/Procedure

1. Fundamental Project Task - Identify Scope of Work - Identify Material Requirements - Identify Twchnical Requirements - Identify Organization Responsibilities 2. Develop Master Plan From Major Specs Item. 3. Identify Spec Item by Ship Zone - Forward Section - Tanks - Machinery Spaces - Exterior - Super Structure 4. Categories of Ship Zone: - Strip out (Access Areas) - Hull Work (Structural Units) - Outfit (Compartments) - Electrical (Decks & Verticals) - Painting (Decks, Tanks, & Exterior) 5. Develop work Orders - Ship Work - Shop Work - Subcontract Work - Material - Drawings - Manpower 6. Time - Phasing Ship & Shop Work - Zone Strip Out - Repair - Install - Test - Fabricate - Assemble - Install - Test 7. Sequence On-Board Work by Ship zone or Area - Sequence areas to minimize traffic and enhance flow of men and materials. - Consolidate like-work in an area where applicable. It saves time and allows worker to be more productive. - Avoid trade (craft) conflicts - Sequence work in logical order, starting from rip out & uncover to hot work, outfit, fixtures, and clean up. 8. Scheduling requires the proper sequincing of work and related project activities. - Schedule work to ensure that work orders can be started with all required equipment, manpower and materialsready on hand. 9. Impose Schedule Constraint on Plan - Trade Manpower Constraints - Shop Constraints - Waterfront Constraints - Vendor Delivery Constraints - Other Contract Constraints

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