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Chapter 2 COSAL
Quarters Spaces A very good leader will always inspect his or her personnel every morning at quarters. This was taught to you as you came up through the ranks and at NLDP school. You always want to have the sharpest looking division. You can instill pride in your people by making sure they look sharp. You should set the example for the rest of the command. Ship Aboard ship, you will always have some type of inspection, whether it is personnel, equipment, records,  or  any  other  type  of  inspection  that happens to fall on your command. You will have to  have  your  division  ready  for  these  types  of inspections  daily.  The  better  you  are  prepared,  the better  your  division  will  do. Periodic You   will,   as   mentioned   previously,   have various types of inspections. To help your people and  division  to  be  ready,  you  can  hold  periodic inspections on what you know will be coming up in  the  future.  To  do  this,  always  get  the  last inspection report and go over everything, mainly any  of  the  discrepancies. As the first class or chief, you should set up a  weekly  inspection  of  all  your  spaces.  You  should look  for  things  like  cleanliness,  what  needs  to be  repaired  and/or  painted,  and  orderliness of   your   storerooms.   A  neat  and  clean  space will   show   other   individuals   that   you   and especially  your  personnel  have  pride  in  their  work spaces. Duty  Supply  Officer The duty supply officer is responsible, when he or she has duty, for making sure all the supply spaces are clean before eight o’clock reports and before  quarters  in  the  morning. Leading Petty Officer As   the   leading   petty   officer   or   chief,   you should have someone always inspect your spaces at  the  end  of  each  workday.  After  they  finish inspecting the spaces, have them report back to you on the cleanliness, so that you can report to the department head or to the duty supply officer for  that  day. 1-16

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