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Figure 3-10.óClaim for loss of or damage to personal clothing.
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Chapter 4 Procurement
Procedure  for  Handling  Claims An original and two copies of a claim, similar to the one in figure 3-10, should be prepared by the individual who is making the claim and should be  forwarded  to  the  commanding  officer  via  the ship’s   store   officer.   After   the   claim   has   been approved   and   the   commanding   officer   has authorized and directed payment, the individual (payee) will present all copies of the claim to the disbursing   officer   for   payment.   For   cash payments,  the  disbursing  officer  will  obtain  the payee’s signature on the original claim under the space  headed  Paid  by  Cash.  The  disbursing officer will then furnish to the ship’s store officer one  copy  of  each  paid  claim  and  two  copies  of the   Reimbursement   Voucher   (Standard   Form 1129). One copy of the Standard Form 1129 will be submitted with the ship’s store returns, and one copy (with a copy of the approved claim attached) will  be  filed  with  the  retained  returns. SAFETY   PRECAUTIONS You, as a senior Ship’s Serviceman, have the obligation to be aware of all safety rules and ship’s instructions.  You  must  also  make  certain  your troops are aware of the rules and are complying with  the  instructions.  Most  safety  rules  are  just common sense, but rules are often ignored if they are  not  strongly  enforced.  Violations  range  from the laundryman’s inserting an object in a laundry press   button   (so   as   not   to   have   to   use   both buttons)  to  your  troops  not  wearing  hard  hats while  they  are  out  on  deck  during  an  UNREP. Safety  rules  are  mostly  little  things,  but  if  they are  ignored,  they  can  become  big  problems  for you as a supervisor. Be aware of your ship’s rules and insist upon absolute compliance on the part of   your   people. As you have probably recognized, a manager’s job is not really an easy one. Being a good super- visor and leader will be the most important goal you can achieve as a senior Ship’s Serviceman— and it will be the most difficult one. In all of your management responsibilities and duties, you can do the best possible job if you can just keep three rules  in  mind: Know   your   job. Know  your  people. Know   yourself. 3-29

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