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.
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.
Housekeeping: The cleaning and preservation of the facility, its systems, and
components. Also used to refer to the condition of facility cleanliness, orderliness,
Laydown Area: Area on or close to a job site, designated and approved by the
facility owner, to be used by maintenance personnel for the materials and equipment
used on the maintenance job, for the duration of the job.
Lessons Learned: Any experience. example, observation, or insight that imparts
wisdom and/or beneficial knowledge to an employee during conduct of the
technical, procedural, business, legal, or administrative tasks associated with the
design, development, fabrication, operation, and/or test of any product or service.
2.10 Maintenance: Day-to-day work that is required to maintain and preserve facility
and capital equipment in a condition suitable for its designated purpose and includes
preventive, predictive, and corrective (repair) maintenance.
2.11 Maintenance Job Request (MJR): Means of obtaining maintenance services,
available on both paper and electronic mediums and initiated by maintenance
customers. An MJR is normally issued to Maintenance Planners and Estimators and
is used to define, plan, and execute maintenance activities. It serves as
documentation of a deficient equipment condition and requires detailed
documentation of work performed, spare parts, procedures, or testing to verify that
maintenance was performed correctly. The MJR may also serve as documentation
for completion of minor maintenance activities such as lubrication, light-bulb
replacement, etc. (,"MJR" is the equivalent of a "Work Request")