Safety stand down Jan 3

Safety stand down Jan 3 - Tool Control What is the Tool...

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Tool Control What is the Tool control Program? It establishes policy and responsibilities for implementing, maintaining, controlling, storing, replacing and inventorying common hand tools. Who does the Tool Control Program apply to? The Tool Control Program is applicable to all Navy and Marine Corps O-level and I-level activities performing or supporting aircraft maintenance. It also pertains to all commercial and other government activities performing contract maintenance, production, and other support functions on Naval aircraft. How does the TCP work? It provides instant inventory capability through internally configured tool containers with each tool positioned in an individually tailored location. Why do we need the TCP? We need the TCP because it enhances safety by eliminating accidents and equipment damage attributed to uncontrolled tools and minimizing tool replacement cost. Who is responsible for following the guide lines set forth by the TCP? Everyone is responsible for tool control. All aircraft maintainers on all levels are
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