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Maintenance Job Request (MJR)


D OE-STD -1065-94
2.
D EFIN ITION S
2.1
Acronyms used in this guide. The acronyms used in this guide are defined as
follows:
a.
ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers
b.
EQ - Environmental Qualification
c.
MJR - Maintenance Job Request
d.
PMT - Postmaintenance Test
e.
SSC - Structures, Systems, and Components
2.2
Checkout and Verification. A form of PMT using standard maintenance
practices, as well as craft skills and knowledge, to prove that equipment is
operable as designed. The testing does not require the formal documentation
specified for Documented PMT.
Corrective Maintenance. The repair of failed or malfunctioning equipment,
2.3
system, or facility to restore the intended function or design condition. This
maintenance does not result in a significant extension of the expected useful
life.
2.4
Deficiency. An item that does not meet specified standards and requires
corrective action.
2.5
Deficiency Identification Tag. A two-part form that includes a string for ease
of attachment and may be used to identify a facility material deficiency. The
tag should be marked with a serialized number that is used for administrative
control and for deficiency location by maintenance personnel. The hard copy
of the tag should be placed on or near the deficiency in the facility. The
duplicate or carbon of the tag serves as a temporary record of the deficiency
until the data is transferred to a maintenance job request.
2.6
Deficiency Identification Sticker. A small, adhesive-backed form which may
be used primarily to identify deficiencies in those situations that preclude the
use of a Deficiency Identification Tag. The sticker should also be marked
with a serialized number. A duplicate should not be required since most
stickers are used in control rooms where the deficiency information may easily
be directly placed on a maintenance job request.
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