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THE CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE BURDEN PREDICTION PROCEDURE. PROCEDURAL INSTRUCTIONS.
FEDERAL ELECTRIC CORP PARAMUS NJ
As a result of the program in which analysts of the Personnel Research Laboratory PRL, Washington, D. C. were trained in the application of the Corrective Maintenance Burden CMB Prediction Procedure, the need for revision of certain areas in the procedural instructions became apparent. Such revision included the updating of reliability data, clarification of some of the instructions, and the addition of procedural steps to simplify the application. The new instructions, which are contained in this report, replace the procedural instructions contained in Volume II of Report No. ND64-34, entitled, Predicting the Corrective Maintenance Burden. The revised procedural instructions are in two sections. Section 1 contains the procedural steps for predicting the equipment Corrective Maintenance Burden. Section 2 contains the instructions for utilizing the Corrective Maintenance Burden data to determine any special training, the skill levels, and the applicable rating and rate of electronic maintenance personnel that would be required to perform corrective maintenance. Author