NPFC - MIL-STD-1339
FITTING OUT PROCEDURES - SHIPS
|Publication Date:||27 February 1990|
The purpose of this military standard is to standardize contractor-related fitting out procedures and to definitize contractor fitting out responsibilities.
This military standard prescribes shipbuilding contractor fitting out procedures for new construction, conversion and modernization ships under NAVSEA contracts. It also defines the fitting out responsibilities of the contractor.
This military standard is applicable to contractor responsibilities for fitting out procedures. The end products of the fitting out process are items of material as specified in the authorized allowance lists and stowed in their proper locations in the ship and, equally important, standard documentation for locating each of these items.
This military standard neither applies to nor is intended to affect the industrial work performed in the ship during the period of contract performance.
Provisioning is the process of identifying the end item, determining the type and quantity of repair parts, special tools and test equipment to support the item based on its specific maintenance philosophy and of documenting this determination. This military standard does not alter contractor provisioning requirements.
The provisions of this standard do not apply to those NAVSEA nuclear propulsion equipments, components, spares and repair parts which are included in the "Q" coordinated shipboard allowance list (COSAL), that is, the nuclear plant COSAL.
This standard contains requirements for standardizing contractor-related fitting out procedures and defining contractor fitting out responsibilities for new construction, conversion, and... View More
This standard contains requirements for standardizing contractor-related fitting out procedures and defining contractor fitting out responsibilities for new construction, conversion, and modernization shipbuilding programs. This standard is intended for use in all shipbuilding programs.View Less