D-8 TRANSPORTATION Summary Benchmarks 0 Commendables 0 Mission Rating Discrepancies 0 AoCs 0 HHQ 0 Operation and Maintenance of CAP Vehicles Staffing Position - Transportation Officer (LGT) held position: Logistics Specialty Track: 0 Year(s) 0 Month(s) Mission and Staffing Notes Y/N/NA Topic/ Detailed Question 01 How to verify compliance Discrepancy Write up Notes Are vehicle folders established for Compliance is determined (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question each vehicle? through on-site inspection and/or 1) Wing does not maintain vehicle eServices. folders for its assigned vehicles IAW CAPR 77-1 para 1-3. CI Checklist / Worksheet, Jan 2015 Previous Editions Will Not Be Used OPR:IGI 02 Do the vehicle folders contain all required documentation? a) original copy of registration b) completed CAPF 73, CAP Vehicle Inspection Guide and Usage Data c) records of repair and maintenance expenses d) copy of insurance card unless maintained in the vehicle Compliance is determined all) (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 through on-site inspection and/or Question 2) Vehicle folders for eServices. vehicle(s) assigned to the wing do not include_______ IAW CAPR 77NOTE: If state does not require 1 para 1-3a,b,c, or d. registration, wing should have NOTE: List Vehicle# and items and documentation from the state CAPR reference for each item. documenting no registration is required. NOTE: When the CAPF 73 is retained for more than 36 months, refer to D-4 Question 7. The entire CAPF 73 will either be scanned into ORMS or kept on file as required. Updating only ORMS utilization data does not meet the requirement. NOTE: When the CAPF 73 was not retained, see D-4 Question 6. 03 Are original vehicle titles kept in a Compliance is determined (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question secure location at the region or through on-site inspection and/or 3) Wing failed to ensure vehicle wing headquarters? eServices. titles in a secure location IAW CAPR 77-1 para 1-4. 04 Are original vehicle titles uploaded to ORMS? Compliance is determined (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question through on-site inspection and/or 4) Wing failed to ensure original eServices. titles for all vehicles were uploaded into ORMS IAW CAPR 77-1 para 14. 05 Are vehicle driving privileges approved/revalidated and uploaded into Ops Quals as required? Compliance is determined through both on-site inspection sampling and a review of data in the Ops Quals. NOTE: Current license (CAPF 75) holders are grandfathered until their next state driver's license renewal date. CI Checklist / Worksheet, Jan 2015 Previous Editions Will Not Be Used (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 5) Driving privileges for vehicle operators assigned to the wing are not properly approved/revalidated IAW CAPR 77-1 para 1-5b & 5d. OPR:IGI 06 Are CAPFs 73 completed on all COVs in accordance with CAP regulations? Compliance is determined through on-site inspection. Complete an inspection of the COV using the most current CAPF 73 and compare with historic CAPFs 73 maintained on file. Verify, completeness accuracy and actual condition of the vehicle. NOTE: Only use for trends (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 6) Wing failed to ensure all operators completed the CAPF 73 on COVs prior to the first use of the day in vehicle(s) xxx,xxx,xxx IAW CAPR 77-1 para 2-1a. 07 (DELETED) (DELETED) (DELETED) 08 Are all COVs appearance, identification, and markings maintained IAW with CAP regulation? Compliance is determined through on-site inspection. a) (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 8) Wing COV(s) #xxxxx does not have vehicle identification numbers properly affixed IAW CAPR 77-1 para 3-5a. a) Are vehicle identification numbers affixed properly? b) (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 8) Decals on vehicle XXXXX are not properly located IAW CAPR 77-1 para 3-5b. b) Are only approved decals properly located on COVs? c) If light bars are installed on COVs has the Wing CC approved in writing? d) Is manufacturer's recommended tire pressure stenciled on wheel hubs or on the bottom of the fender directly above the tire? CI Checklist / Worksheet, Jan 2015 Previous Editions Will Not Be Used c) (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 8) Light bars installed on van(s) xxxxx, xxxxx, did not have written approval of the Wing CC IAW CAPR 77-1 para 3-5c. d) (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 8) Wing COV(s) xxxxx, xxxxx, did not have manufacturer's recommended tire pressure stenciled on wheel hubs or on the bottom of the fender directly above the tire IAW CAPR 77-1 para 2-1b. OPR:IGI 09 Is maintenance on CAP vehicles performed IAW the vehicle owner’s manual or CAP regulations? a) compliance review on-site b) review general condition of tires (tread, dry rot, etc.) NOTE: There are no regulatory a) Is preventative maintenance tire pressure tolerances. If being accomplished IAW vehicle during the inspection a vehicle owner's manual or CAPR 77-1? tire is found not to be in safe working order, it will be listed as b) Are vehicle tires in a safe an A-Discrepancy. HOWEVER, working order IAW manufacturer's if the tire is not at manufacturer's recommendations and IAW CAPR recommended pressure then 77-1 para 2-1a? have the tire pressure corrected on the spot. c) Are fire extinguisher installed in CAP vehicles? c) Fire Extinguisher. - Wing must determine if a fire extinguisher is required by state d) Are first aid kits installed in law. CAP vehicles? - If not, then it must be removed. If required then: - wing supplement to CAPR 77-1 is required. - schedule for fire extinguisher inspections. - fire extinguisher must be secured. d) First Aid Kit. - Wing must determine if a first aid kit is required by state law. - If not, then it must be removed. If required or if the wing has chosen to carry first aid kits in vehicles then: - wing supplement to CAPR 77-1 is required. - schedule for first aid kit inspections. - first aid kits must be secured. CI Checklist / Worksheet, Jan 2015 Previous Editions Will Not Be Used a) (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 9) Vehicle XXXXX's preventive maintenance is not being accomplished IAW vehicle owner's manual or CAPR 77-1. b) (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 9) Vehicle XXXX's tires were found not to be in safe working order IAW manufacturer's recommended pressure and IAW CAPR 77-1 para 2-1 a. c) (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 9) Wing failed to ensure compliance with CAP policy for fire extinguishers in vehicle(s) IAW CAPR 77-1 para 2-2j NOTE: List issues - Wing failed to determine if state laws required fire extinguishers. - Wing failed to publish a supplement to CAPR 77-1 when fire extinguishers are required. - Wing failed to remove fire extinguishers from vehicles XXXXX's. - Wing failed to inspect fire extinguishers. - Wing failed to secure fire extinguishers in vehicle# XXXXX's. d) (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 9) Wing failed to ensure compliance CAP policy for first aid kits in vehicle(s) IAW CAPR 77-1 para 2-2k NOTE: List issues - Wing failed to determine if state laws required first aid kits. - Wing failed to publish CAPR 77-1 when first aid kits are required. - Wing failed to remove first aid kits from vehicles XXXXX's. OPR:IGI - Wing failed to inspect first aid kits. - Wing failed to secure first aid kits in vehicle# XXXXX's. 10 When a corporate owned vehicle is involved in a mishap does the wing submit the required items to NHQ/LGT immediately upon completion of the mishap investigation? CI Checklist / Worksheet, Jan 2015 Compliance is determined through on-site inspection. Previous Editions Will Not Be Used (A-Discrepancy): [xx] (D8 Question 10) A mishap involving vehicle XXXXX was not reported IAW CAPR 77-1 para 4-1b & c and CAPR 62-2 para 4. OPR:IGI Instructions for writing Benchmarks, Commendables, closing a discrepancy on site, and writing an Area of Concern 1. If there are “Identified Strengths or Weaknesses” list them then delete all of these instructions. 2. When writing a Benchmark or Commendable you must include what is being or has been done that is a highly effective concept, technique, or management practice that is above and beyond the requirements specified by the regulations AND what its impact was on the wing/unit or its mission. 3. Should a discrepancy be closed on-site prior to the inspectors leaving, the discrepancy should be written up followed by this bullet point a. This discrepancy was verified corrected - discrepancy closed, no further action required. 4. When writing an "Area of Concern" (AoC) keep in mind the definition of an AoC: a. An AOC indicates a minor weakness which does not violate a directive and is listed when mission accomplishment, program purpose or membership satisfaction is impaired or threatened. Examples of AOCs include, but are not limited to: i. A weakness or impairment that, if uncorrected, will lead to a violation of regulation or other standard. ii. A sample which may indicate an unsatisfactory trend or violation if found to be prevalent in the unit. iii. Non-mandatory processes or activities that are not accomplished, but would be beneficial or useful to the program.
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