2. To teach this lesson, the instructor needs the following required training items:
a. Location for the training,
b. A time period of approximately 30 minutes for the training,
c. Notification of employees selected for training,
d. The facility's tool and equipment issue policy and procedure, and
e. A copy of the facility's tool and equipment control program.
3. This lesson has the following trainee-enabling objectives:
a. To explain the basic facility, equipment, and tool requirements to support a
site maintenance program.
b. To outline the program for tool and equipment control, storage, and maintenance.
4. Review the following with the trainee:
a) The concept that the quality of maintenance facilities directly affects
maintenance personnel in their ability to maintain the site in an optimum state
of performance. Examples of these facilities and their capabilities include the
(1) Shop work areas should have updated environmental controls and
services that include
noise, temperature, humidity, dust, and fume controls,
electric power requirements, and
hazardous chemical and solvent storage and disposal.