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Chapter 6 The Dry-Cleaning Operation
Specialists, or other personnel should be reported to  your  immediate  supervisor. HANDLING   SENDBACKS Sendbacks are articles in individual bundles and  bulk  lots  that  must  be  sent  back  for reprocessing.  Place  an  article  sent  back  for reprocessing in a net so that it can be reworked immediately. Because sendbacks hold up delivery of laundry, they should receive special attention so  that  you  can  make  delivery  on  schedule. Recheck  on  them  occasionally  to  make  certain  the desired  work  is  being  done. CLAIMS  FOR  DAMAGED LOST  CLOTHING OR Claims by crew members arising from loss of or   damage   to   personal   clothing   in   the   ship’s laundry  should  be  handled  as  shown  in  the NAVSUP  P-487. The goal for laundry claims during any given accounting  period  is  zero;  however,  very  seldom is  this  goal  obtained.  Mistakes  are  made  and claims   are   submitted   usually   because   of   the following: Errors made during marking or assembly Delivery   to   the   wrong   division   or officer/CPO Weak  security  controls  in  the  laundry Clothing  damaged  during  processing Loss  or  damage  to  clothing  can  only  be corrected  through  the  use  of  proper  laundering procedures. The primary factor attributed to loss of  clothing  in  the  laundry  is  poor  lot  control.  If the  laundry  has  good  lot  control  it  will  avoid delays,  confusion,  and  loss  of  clothing  articles. To   minimize   laundry   claims   due   to   lost   or damaged  clothing,  laundry  processing  as  discussed in  this  chapter  should  be  followed. SECURING  FITTINGS  AND EQUIPMENT Yoke  is  one  of  the  damage  control  material conditions  that  is  set  each  day  aboard  ship  just after  working  hours. Once the laundry is secured for the day, the Ship’s  Serviceman  working  as  damage  control petty  officer  should  make  sure  the  material condition of yoke is set properly in the laundry. Normally these yoke fittings are logged closed in damage control central at this time. If the laundry is  going  to  operate  past  normal  working  hours, any yoke fittings that are required to be opened should  be  logged  opened  in  damage  control central. Every day electricity to equipment is secured by   turning   off   the   switch   on   each   piece   of equipment  that  controls  the  power.  The  electricity to  any  equipment  should  be  secured  when  that piece  of  equipment  is  not  in  use. Steam  to  laundry  presses  should  be  secured daily   by   closing   the   valve   to   the   steam   line connected to the press. Care should be taken to prevent burning yourself. The steam valve to the laundry  presses  should  be  reopened  the  next workday.  Never  leave  loads  of  laundry  in  the equipment  or  hang  clothes  near  steam  lines  or presses. All laundry cleaned for that day should be   picked   up   by   the   responsible   division/ department  before  securing  for  the  day. 5-56

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