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7-33. In which of the following ways should the MDS data received  from  your  ship  be  used? 1. 2. 3. 4. To obtain the total maintenance cost and man- hours expended To obtain the total maintenance cost for each system,  subsystem,  or  component To obtain information required to accurately predict future usage All of the above 7-34. What information do the source codes on MDS documents submitted to your TYCOM provide? 1. Support activity effciency data 2.  Supply  storeroom  support  efficiency  data 3. ICPs support efficiency data 4. TYCOM support efficiency data Learning  Objective:   Identify  the  Storekeeper’s  tasks  in relation  to  the  Afloat  Consumption  and  Cost  Effectiveness Surveillance  System  (ACCESS)  program  both  in  the supply office and the storeroom. 7-35. The task(s) of the Afloat Consumption and Cost Effectiveness  Surveillance  System  (ACCESS) program  consists  of  which  of  the  following procedures? 1. Collecting and processing usage data and preparing reports only 2. Reviewing and evaluating the effectiveness of the supply  support  only 3. Recording the effectiveness of the ship 4. Making more efficient use of ship’s OPTAR 7-36. The Selected Item Management (SIM) Item Identification Listing provides which of the following data? 1.  A  listing  of  load  list  material  issued  from storeroom stock 2.  SIM  consumption  data  and  machine  calculated stocking   limits 3. SIM consumption data and firm stocking limits 4. SIM consumption data only 7-37. What publication gives the criteria for determining the type and quantity of material that can be designated  as  preexpended  bin  material? 1. NAVSUP P-475 2. NAVSUP P-485 3. NAVSUP P-486 4. NAVSUP P-518 7-38. 7-39. 7-40. When should an issue document be prepared for preexpended   bin   material? 1. Each time material issued is used 2. When material is obtained from the supply department 3.  After  each  preexpended  bin  material  inventory 4. Before reordering material for stock Designating qualifying material in stock as preexpended  bin  material  accomplishes  which  of  the following   goals? 1. Permits more realistic reporting only 2. Reduces volume of issue documents only 3.  Reduces  volume  of  issue  documents  permits  more realistic   reporting 4.  Simplifies  stock  replenishing  procedures The stock records Storekeeper sends the green copies of issue documents to the maintenance office for ‘what reason? 1. For verification of MDS data and filing 2. For verification of MDS data prior to forwarding to the TYCOM 3. For review and return to the supply office for filing 4.  For  review  and  forwarding  to  the  engineering department log room for tiling Learning Objectives: Identify the various types of materials-handling equipment: specify the uses of each 7-41.  Which  of  the  following  pieces  of  materials-handling equipment is equipped with telescopic masts that permit loads to be lifted beyond the height of the collapsed  mast? 1. 2. 3. 4. Warehouse tractor Hydraulic lift handtruck Forklift truck Pallet truck 7-42. Forklift trucks are generally used at which of the following  locations? 1. 2. 3. 4. Aboard ship, on barges, on piers, and in warehouses In  freight  terminals  and  on  the  ground  to  hoist heavy   containers In yards with or without hard surfaces All of the above 47

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