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whatever   is   necessary   to   make   the   operation efficient. OTHER  LAUNDRY  PERSONNEL Other  laundry  personnel  are  responsible  to  the supervisor  for  completing  their  assigned  tasks. They  should  be  ready  to  pick  up  any  slack  that may  occur  from  a  shortage  in  personnel. Laundry  personnel  should  also  avoid  safety violations  and  use  all  equipment  properly  and according   to   manufacturers’   instructions. Throughout  this  chapter  the  importance  of  operat- ing  equipment  properly  is  stressed  along  with the consequences of operating equipment improp- erly.  Repeatedly  the  following  facts  emerge: Laundry   equipment   will   not   perform efficiently unless operated correctly, and if operated incorrectly, it is easily damaged. Replacements are expensive and not always easily available. An efficiently operating laundry is vital to the   welfare   and   morale   of   the   ship’s company. The articles being laundered are valuable and  often  not  easily  replaced  if  damaged or  destroyed. Faulty  or  careless  operation  can  easily injure  operating  personnel. LAUNDRY   LOGS To keep track of laundry operations there are certain  logs  you  need  to  maintain.  As  a  Ship’s Serviceman   third   class,   you   should   become familiar  with  the  following  logs: Bulk  work  log Press  deck  log Equipment  maintenance  log Heat  stress  log These logs are used to log laundry in and out, record maintenance data on equipment, and record temperatures in the laundry. The logs are main- tained on a daily basis and should be readily avail- able  for  any  inspecting  personnel.  The  ship’s  store officer  reviews  these  logs  weekly  and  initials  them after  review. BULK  WORK  AND  PRESS  DECK LOGS Your  bulk  work  and  press  deck  logs  are  shown in  figure  5-2.  As  the  receiving  laundryman,  you Figure 5-2.—Laundry bulk work and press deck logs. 5-3

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