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This course covers the following:
Introduction to SAMM, which is the MSC software program for planning and managing shipboard maintenance, including discussion of SAMM structure, data organization, and modules; and discussion of reliability centered maintenance philosophy and practices as they relate to preventive and corrective maintenance actions reflected in SAMM. Introduction to SAMM Web, which is the MSC software program used by Port Engineers for planning and managing ship maintenance. Detailed interactive instruction regarding using SAMM WEB Maintenance and Repair (M&R) program, including repair item workflow (shipboard generation of voyage repair requests, reviewing machinery history, work item development (including identifying relevant proven, historical and standard work items), independent government cost estimate development, scheduling work items for accomplishment during a specific maintenance availability, ordering necessary parts and material for work items, and updating machinery history to reflect completed repairs; reviewing status of pending ship’s force and industrial assistance repair items; and creating and printing maintenance and repair reports using the SAMM reporting module.