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Section I.  DA MAINTENANCE FORMS
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TM 9-254 2-2. Types of Maintenance Forms - Continued (3) DD Form 1577-2 - Unserviceable (Repairable) Tag, Condition Code F. (a) Use.  Use this tag on material or items that are unserviceable (limited restoration, or incomplete). (b) Preparation.      Enter   federal   stock   number,   part   number,   item   description,   serial   number   (as applicable), program control number (PCN), quantity, and condition code.  Affix tag to item. Section II.  SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 2-3. Field Report of Accidents. Whenever there is an injury to personnel or damage to materiel, make out the required reports following the directions in AR 385-40 and DA PAM 738-750. 2-4. General Safety Items and Actions. a. First  Aid.    Serious  injury  may  occur  at  any  time  during  maintenance  procedures.    Prior  to  performing  any maintenance procedures, personnel should be familiar with the first aid information contained in FM 21-11 (TEST). b. Safety Items and Actions.  The following tables contain safety items pertaining to personnel and equipment. Table 2-1.  Vehicle Safety item Hazard Required action Traversing Being struck by traversing turret. Be  sure  all  personnel  are  clear  of hull when traversing turret, and that area is clear of all objects. Traversing cupola Being struck by loader’s hatch cover. Be  sure  loader’s  hatch  cover  is  in the fully open or closed position and turret area clear. Grills, access doors and covers Being caught in rotating mechanisms. Be   sure   all   grills,   access   doors, and covers are closed or latched in the open position. 2-2

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