PQS PROGRAM EVALUATION CRITERIA
1. Any of the following deficiencies make a PQS program unsatisfactory. This list is not all inclusive and is provided as a guide.
a. Applicable PQS not implemented/not used.
b. Failure of significant numbers of personnel to achieve meaningful progress toward qualifications.
c. Failure to conform with interim/final qualification procedures.
d. Significant disparities among watchbill assignments, watch station PQS qualification, and service record entries.
e. Division PQS charts or ADP records not in use.
f. More than 10 percent of the crew in arrears in General Damage Control and 3-M Maintenance Person qualifications.
g. More than 10 percent of the crew in arrears in Emergency Egress, OBA, EEBD semi-annual training requirements.
h. Significant failure to comply with command's written PQS guidance.
2. The following deficiencies make a PQS program marginal. An accumulation of marginal deficiencies may also lead to an evaluation of unsatisfactory. This list is not all inclusive and is provided as a guide.
a. Numerous minor disparities among watch bill assignments, watch station PQS qualifications, and service record entries.
b. Incomplete/inaccurate division PQS progress charts or ADP records.
c. No JQRS implemented for watch stations not covered by PQS.
d. Out of date list of qualifiers.
e. Numerous minor disparities in interim qualifications.
f. Command spot check program inadequate.
g. Required reports not submitted.
h. Incomplete or incorrect master list of all PQS / JQRs applicable to the command.
i. Incomplete or incorrect master library of all tailored PQS books, SABs,(or errata sheets), and JQRs applicable to the command.
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