Damage Control Selective Records
BILLS AND DIRECTIVES
There are various ship's bills and directives
There is technical documentation onboard which
g o v e r n i n g t h e c r e w 's a c t i o n s u n d e r c e r t a i n
must be maintained current for the life of the ship.
circumstances. It may be necessary for you to provide
Throughout the life of a ship, there may be major
input to your chain of command so that the most
equipment changes or even compartment or system
qualified personnel are in place for these evolutions.
modifications. These changes must be documented in
order to assure that other naval activities are aware of
these changes and to assure proper support for the
The ship's Battle Bill is tailored to your ship for
systems or equipment involved. Refer to Fleet
b a t t l e o rga n i z a t i o n . Yo u m a y n e e d t o p r ov i d e
information to the operations department when it is
M a n u a l ( NAV S E A S L 1 7 2 0 - A A - M A N - 0 1 0 ) f o r
information on updating these records.
Rescue and Assistance Bill
Master Compartment Check-Off List (CCOL)
T h e R e s c u e a n d A s s i s t a n c e B i l l o rga n i z e s
qualified personnel by duty section or the entire ship to
A Master CCOL is developed for each ship at the
render emergency assistance outside the ship. Ship's
time of its construction. CCOLs are provided in each
security must be maintained within acceptable
compartment of the ship and provide information on all
standards. The ship's engineer officer shall be
fittings within the compartment. The DCA maintains a
responsible for the Rescue and Assistance Bill under
master CCOL book and a backup disk when the CCOL
the supervision of the executive officer.
Cold Weather Bill
The Cold Weather Bill is used to prepare the ship
There are three equipment reports used in damage
for cold weather operations. The executive officer is
control administration. These reports are the CASREP,
responsible for this bill and shall supervise overall
CASCOR and DC Equipment Test and Inspection
preparation for cold weather deployment.
Toxic Gas Bill
Casualty Reports (CASREPs)
The Toxic Gas Bill specifies the procedures and
CASREPs are submitted to report the occurrence
assigns duties and responsibilities for controlling and
of a significant equipment casualty or malfunction
minimizing toxic gas casualties. The DCA is
which cannot be corrected within 48 hours and which
responsible for this bill.
reduces the ship's ability to perform its mission.
Darken Ship Bill
Casualty Correction (CASCOR)
The Darken Ship Bill is used to ensure that all
A CASCOR is submitted when equipment, which
DOG ZEBRA fittings are closed by applicable
has been the subject of casualty report, is back in
divisions whenever darken ship is ordered. The DCA
operational condition. This report shall be submitted as
s h a l l a s s i g n r e s p o n s i b i l i t i e s t o d iv i s i o n s f o r
soon as possible after the casualty has been corrected.
maintaining and closing DOG ZEBRA fittings. The
DCA is responsible for this bill.
DC Equipment Test and Inspection Reports
Engineering Department Training Records
The 3-M (Maintenance Material Management)
Program requires the testing of damage control
Training records must be kept to an absolute
equipment and preparation of inspection reports.
minimum and need only be maintained to show training
has been accomplished and what remains to be done.
equipment through documentation of maintenance
Training records shall be retained for an individual for
as long as he or she is assigned to the unit.
information for analysis.