Pcc And Pci Checklist Details

If you're responsible for the security of a company's computer systems, then you know how important it is to ensure that all components of those systems are secured. One of the most important but often overlooked parts of a computer system is the PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliance. Making sure your systems are PCI compliant can be tricky, but using a PCI checklist form can make the process much easier. In this blog post, we'll discuss what PCI compliance is and how to use a PCI checklist form to make sure your systems are compliant.

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Form NamePci Checklist
Form Length16 pages
Fillable?No
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Avg. time to fill out4 min
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Pre-Combat Inspection (PCI)

Individual PCI Checklist

Leader PCI

 

ACH Helmet (IAW BDE SOP)

NODs (Mounted, Functional, and Tied down to IBA (IAW BN SOP)

Ballistic Eye Protection

ID Card / ID Tags

Weapon (Zeroed, clean, function test, sling attached properly)

Optics (Tied Down, Zeroed, PMCS, Extra Batteries )

Lasers (Tied Down, Field Expedient Zero, Extra Batteries)

Magazines / 6 ea, 30 rounds per

Weapons cleaning kit

IOTV/IBA Complete, W/Neck Collar, Throat Collar, Groin Protector, DAPS, ESAPI, Plates, Side Plates, Name Tap, Rank

IFAK ( See attached inventory list)

1 Quart Canteen at a minimum.

MREx1

Flame Retardant Gloves. Fingers will not be cut out.

Pen / Paper

Flashlight

Compass

Briefed on current mission

Extra socks

Graphics/ GRG

Communication ( IMBTR, Icom)

Commo Card

Map, protractor, compass

Binoculars

Sensitive Items List

Whistle

Alcohol pens

Report Formats (9-line, IED/UXO, Vehicle Recovery, SALUTE, BOLO, Patrol Debrief, Combat Patrol Manifest, BDE PCI/PCC Checklist Reference CTB CP SOP Version3)

Sector Sketches pre-formated

Pre-Combat Inspection (PCI)

Improved First Aid Kit (IFAK)

Tourniquet, Combat Application

2ea

Bandage , Hemorrhage control ( in country)

1ea

Bandage GA4-1/2” 100s

1ea

Adhesive Tape Surg 2” 6’s

1ea

Airway, Nasopharyngeal, 28Fr, 12s

1ea

Glove, Patient Exam 100’s

4ea

Dressing, Combat Gauze

Needle Decompression Device

Casualty Feeder Cards

Mortuary Affairs Kit

4 Pouch Human Remains

15 Bio Hazard Bags

Latex gloves , 20 (Lrg) 10 (Med)

4 Personnel effects bags

10 Shoe tags

Medical Masks

Witness Statements DA 1156 (1 x Patrol Member)

Sworn Statements DA 2823 (1 x Patrol Member)

EFR Packing List

Scissors, Bandage .25”

1ea

CAT (Combat Application Tourniquet)

6 ea

Trauma/Wound Compression FCP-02

4ea

Bandage Muslin, Compressed, Camo

3ea

Adhesive, Tape Surg 3”

1pg

Pad Isopropyl Alcohol

20pg

SAM Splint II

3ea

Atropine Injecti., Syringe with Needle

Medic

Bag, TC3, Combat Casualty Care V2

1ea

Bandage Elas 6” x 4.5yds

4ea

Bandage GA4-1/2” 100s

1ea

Bandage GA3” x 4yd Quick Clot

2ea

Bandage Abdominal Wound

1ea

Blanket, Heating 90 x 90cm

Survival Blanket, Mil. Green

1ea

Diazepam Inject., Syringe with Needle

Medic

Chest Seal Dressing, 8”x6”

2ea

Latex Free Exam Gloves SZ: X-L

6ea

Black Trauma Shears

2ea

Fine Tip Black Permanent Marker

Nasal Trumpet 28FR

1ea

Needle Decompression Device

1ea

Shield Eye Surgical

Strap Cutter, Combat

1ea

TC 3 Card (DA 7656- Sep 09)

5ea

Pre-Combat Inspection (PCI)

Warrior Aid and Litter Kit

(WALK) PCI

 

 

 

Warrior Aid & Litter Bag

 

Hypothermia Prevention & Management Kit

 

Talon Evac Litter 90c

 

Blanket Heating 4 panel

 

Litter Carrier

 

Blanket Blizzard Wrap

 

Black Talon Trauma Gloves

50ea

Litter Buckle Replacement (1male/1female)

 

Nasopharymhral Airway 28 FR W/LUB

 

Panel Marker, Survival

 

Nasopharymhral Airway

 

Litter Retention Strap Set

2ea

Petrolatum Gauze 3x18 in

Petrolatum Gauze

2ea

10-14 Guage 2.5-3 in catheters

2 ea

Needle Decompression Kit

Combat Application Tourniquet

6ea

Roller Gauze Vacuumed

8 pack

Bandage Kit Elastic ( Trauma Dressing)

4 ea

Emergency Bandage –Abdominal

Dressing Elastic Abdominal

SamII Universal Splint 36in

2ea

Large Trauma Shears 7.25”

Surgical Tape Nylon 2 in

Surgical Tape Nylon 2 in roll

2ea

Ace Wraps 6in

2ea

Cravats

6ea

Kerlix

4ea

Combat Causality Reference Card

Narp T2 Individual Kit

20pack

Pre-Combat Inspection (PCI)

Patrol Standard (Vehicle)

Level I or II Armor (appropriate level)

Crew Served Weapon – Mounted w/Ammo can secured

Laser and Enhanced Sights (M145, PAS 13) if available

Communication Capability (FM, BFT, TACSAT, Cell)

Radio Headset - 3ea per vehicle

Litter

Tow Strap or other Self Recovery Capability ( Tow Bar, Chains)

Report Formats (9-line, IED/UXO, Vehicle Recovery, SALUTE, BOLO, Patrol Debrief; Reference CTB CP SOP Ver 3)

Class III ( Oil, Transmission Fluid)

Class IV ( C Wire)

Class V ( Basic Load based on weapon system)

BII Complete

MREs (two case)

Water cans x 2

Fuel Cans x 2

Claims Card / Tip-Line Card

VS-17 Panel

Chem-light (IR and regular) (3 boxes each)

IR Strobe

Flame Retardant Blanket ( 1 per seat)

Patrol Standard (Cont)

ECM ( Functional, inspected, tested)

Marcbot (Functional, inspected with extra batteries)

Raven ( Functional, inspected with charged batteries)

TCP Kit ( See attached inventory list)

EFR Kit (See attached Inventory list)

TSE Kit (See attached inventory list)

Mortuary Affairs Kit (See attached inventory List)

Pre-Combat Inspection (PCI)

TSE Recovery Kit

3-4 Large Permanent Markers

2 Packs Small Permanent Markers

2 Large Sketch Pads

2 Clip Boards

3 x 5 Cards

5 x 7 Cards

Box of Chalk

20 Evidence / Property Custody Form DA 4137

20 Apprehension Forms

20 Statement Forms DA 2823

20 Evidence Custody Form

50 Capture Tags

30 Zip-Lock Bags

30 Brown Paper Bags

30 Shoe – Tags

30 Stick on Labels

12” Ruler

20 Flex Cuffs

3 Blind Folds

2 Flashlights w/extra Batteries

Small Digital Camera / Recorder w/extra Batteries

Latex Gloves

EXSpray

TCP Kit

Orange Cones x 8

C- Wire (2 rolls per truck)

Binoculars

Bull Horn, Loudspeaker x 1

Search Mirrors

Warning Signs

Metal Detector

Wire Gloves

HLZ Kit

Chem lights (IR and regular)

Stobe light

550 Cord ( Cut attached to chemlight for signaling)

VS 17 Panel

Pre-Combat Inspection (PCI)

AT-4 PCI

M 3-23.25

Front/Rear runner membrane present, serviceable

Transport Safety pin and lanyard present

Front/Rear site posts present/spring loaded

No cracks or damage in tube body

M203 PCI

FM 3-23.31

M203 pouches (Molle)

M203 cleaning kit

Quadrant/leaf site operational

MK 19 PCI

FM 3-22.27

M3 tripod/gun cover

Round extractor/ bore obstruction device

Cleaning kit+T-Handle

T&E pintle/ MK64/93 with pins/ MOD 9

Two acetated range cards

MK-19 ammo tray/ feed throat/ brass catcher bag

LSAT

Ammunition loaded/ stored

Javelin PCI

FM 3-22.37

Command launch unit

Extra battery cooling unit (BCU)

Two acetated range cards

Sling

Rounds

Extra batteries

Lens paper/rag

TOW PCI

FM 3-22.32

TAS operational

Tripod

Traversing unit

Launch Tube

Fire Control System

Command viewer W/cable/5590 BATT

Cables/LBB

Lens Paper/soft brush/equipment cover

TM

Two range cards acetated

Ammunition loaded/stored

Hangfire/misfire procedure card

Pre-Combat Inspection (PCI)

M2 MG PCI

FM 3-22.65

PEQ-2A mounted/secured/bore light zeroed

Tripod complete/serviceable

Spare barrel and bag complete (glove)

T&E/pintle present/serviceable

Head space and timing gauge

Carrying handle

Cartridge extractor

Blank adaptor installed/tight

Weapons cleaning kit

Two range cards acetated

Ammunition

M240B/ M249 PCI

FM 2-22.68

M145/PEQ 2 mounted/secured/bore light zeroed

Tripod complete/serviceable

Spare barrel assembly/case and BII complete

T&E/pintle present/serviceable

Cartridge extractor

Combination tool

Scrapper tool

Weapons cleaning kit

Sling

Three sand bags2X100 RND saw assault pouch/1X100 RND pouch (min)

Ammunition

Two range cards acetated

Pre-Combat Inspection (PCI)

Radio Inspection

Powers up

Takes current fill

Correct NET ID

Correct time

Correct power

Correct CT setting

Radio Check

BFT Inspection

Powers up

Monitor Operational

CPU Operational

Transceiver Operational

PLGR/DAGER Operational

System Status

GPS gum ball G

COMM SAT status G

User ICON populates

Unit ICON populates

Test

User role

Message to TOC

Reply good

Pre-Combat Checklist (PCC)

Before

PRE MISSION COMBAT CHECKS:

A pre combat check is an inspection done prior to the conduct of a mission.

A tentative time schedule is two hours. This may change based on your units ability to perform the measures on this check list and the time parameters placed on your mission.

Leaders must ensure that the personnel assigned these checks are competent and understand their task and purpose.

Special attention must be paid to attachments and their equipment /capabilities they bring for the mission.

Example: DOG TM, HUMINT TM, CA TM, Female Search Team, Ect….

Pre-Combat Checklist (PCC)

DISMOUNTED

Patrol Standard :

IBA , IAW SOP.

Night Vision, serviceable, tied down IAW with SOP, extra set of batteries

Ammunition: inspected for use, ensure load criteria for mission. Stored properly and check magazines for serviceability

Radios: Minimum of 2 forms of communication. Check for serviceability, conduct communications check on all loaded frequencies for mission. Ensure all systems are loaded IAW Commo SOP, for example: CH 1 is BN CMD NET, CH 2 is FIRES, ect.

IFAK IAW SOP.

Weapon: conduct function check, inspect optic and laser tie downs IAW SOP. Inspect sling for function ability. Extra batteries for optics and or laser.

Assault Pack: Markings IAW SOP, Packed according to mission parameters

Ruck Sack: Markings IAW SOP, Packed according to mission parameters

Leader Standards :

Leader equipment:

GPS, functional with correct data,

Map with current GRG. Compass, Strobe with extra batteries, Shift Fire signals, Pyrotechniques, Sensitive Items List, Personnel List, Communications Card.

Comms : two forms, ensure radio check .

All special equipment is inspected and checked for carrying configuration.

EXAMPLES : Breech Kit, Demolition, Mine Detector System, Spotting Scope, PAS-13, Laser Range Finder, Ect…

Pre-Combat Checklist (PCC)

BEFORE (MOUNTED)

Patrol Standard (Vehicle)

Conduct a BEFORE PMCS (-10) on the vehicle itself.

Clean all glass surfaces of dirt and debris including the turn signals

Inspect the C-WIRE to ensure it is serviceable and tied down

Inspect the gun mount. Ensure the proper mounting bracket for your specified weapon system is present. Ensure your weapon system has all T&E components present.

Inspect the weapon , ensure optics are operational and spare batteries are present. If the system uses a spare barrel it is present and serviceable.

Check your ammunition. Basic load and cleanliness. Check that your ammunition tray and box are secure. Additional ammunition secured.

Secondary weapon system. Present and serviceable. Ensure the ammunition for this weapon is accessible since

Gunners are wearing slick IOTVs. Check optics

and a spare set of batteries for lasers and optics.

Check for GUNNER special equipment, EOF laser, PPE, PAS 14 with spare batteries.

Binoculars and compass.

Turn on radios, inspect mounts, hand mikes, and speakers. Post the PACE and GRG for the mission. Conduct communications check IAW with unit SOP.

BFT, ensure start up procedures are done in order. Conduct a BFT check by ensuring your icon and others in your patrol are present. Do a BFT message check.

Turn on your ECM to ensure it works.

Patrol Standard (Cont)

Inspect the LOAD PLAN for your vehicle

All Reports IAW C-T-B SOP are present and readable, IED,

CASEVAC, RECOVERY,CCA, CAS, PATROL DEBRIEF

Inspect the location of equipment . Ensure it is accessible, secured properly and serviceable

Insure AID BAG is present and has all required equipment

Check for Litter or WALK KIT,

Inspect addition ammunition loads for serviceability, accessibility and security.

Inspect your fire extinguisher or HALON systems

Survival Bag: Check MREs for expiration date and tie down

Water, present and secured

Flame resistant Blankets (1 PER VEHICLE OCCUPANT)

SNAP TCP KIT if applicable: cones , spike strip, Chem. Lights, STOP Sign, Flash lights ( turn them on)

Mortuary Kit

BII tool kit: present and secured

BOLT CUTTERS

Chains, Sling Legs and CG1-B strap secured and serviceable

HLZ kit : Inverted “Y”, NATO “T”, VS-17 panels, BUZZ SAW, Smoke

TSE KIT

ECM ( Electronic Control Measure), component inspection

MARCBOT if applicable

POST MISSION CHECKS

Upon your return from a mission or operation, it is important to reset your equipment quickly and methodically.

IAW the C-T-B Command Post Operations SOP, patrol leaders must capture all relative information in their patrol debrief. Data should be entered into TIGR and Honesty Reports need to be accurate and timely. The subordinate leaders utilize the checklists to reset the element.

Pre-Combat Checklist (PCC)

AFTER (MOUNTED)

Patrol Standard (Vehicle)

Clear all weapons at clearing barrel IAW SOP

Patrol Leader will conduct Patrol Debrief IAW C-T-B SOP

Turn off all communications systems, ECM and BFT IAW with specific shut down procedures. NOTE: When you turn off the BFT and ECM is IAW with Unit SOP

Conduct an AFTER PMCS (-10) on the vehicle itself.

Fill up on petrol, remove all trash and debris

All items that were used or damaged are to be replaced.

Clean all glass surfaces of dirt and debris including the turn signals

Inspect the C-WIRE to ensure it is serviceable and tied down

Inspect the gun mount. Ensure the proper mounting bracket for your specified weapon system is present. Ensure your weapon system has all T&E components present. Remove and clean T&E system.

Clean and inspect GUNNER special equipment, EOF laser, PPE, PAS 14 with spare batteries.

Inspect and clean radios, hand mikes, and speakers.

BFT, check for damage and serviceability.

Refill and correct any deficiencies to the LOAD PLAN for your vehicle

BFT, turn on and check outdated graphics or icons, remove old message traffic.

Inspect your ECM to ensure it works, check any information that needs to be given to the EWO (Electronic Warfare Officer).

Patrol Standard (Cont)

All Reports are present and readable, IED, CASEVAC, RECOVERY,CCA, CAS.

Insure AID BAG is restocked

Inspect addition ammunition loads for serviceability, accessibility and security.

Inspect your fire extinguisher or HALON systems

Survival Bag: Check MREs for expiration date and tie down

Water, present and secured restock as necessary

Clean and inspect Binoculars and compass.

Replenish if required: Mortuary Kit

BII tool kit: present and secured

BOLT CUTTERS

Return and Inspect Chains, Sling Legs and CG1-B strap for security and serviceable

Pre-Combat Checklist (PCC)

AFTER (MOUNTED)

Patrol Standard (Vehicle)

WEAPON SYSTEMS

Clean the crew served weapon. Ensure optics are operational and spare batteries are present. If the system uses a spare barrel, clean and inspect it.

Clean assigned weapons, refill if necessary any ammunition usage

Check your ammunition. Basic load and cleanliness. Check that your ammunition tray and box are secure. Check all magazines for serviceability, replenish any spent ammunition.

Restock all ammunition shortages.

Replace batteries for optics and lasers

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT:

SNAP TCP KIT: cones , spike strip, Chem. Lights, STOP Sign, Flash lights ( turn them on)

HLZ kit : Inverted “Y”, NATO “T”, VS-17 panels, BUZZ SAW, Smoke

TSE KIT; replenish if required. Ensure you download camera and return, check to see if picture card is full.

MORTUARY AFFAIRS KIT

MARCBOT

RAVEN

EFR KIT

BREACH KIT

Pre-Combat Checklist (PCC)

DISMOUNTED (AFTER)

Patrol Standard :

Inspect IBA , IAW SOP.

Clean Night Vision, check serviceable, tied down IAW with SOP, check batteries and ensure extra set of batteries

Replace if required your Casualty Feeder Card and Witness Statement Card, check that it is still water proofed

Down load Assault Pack: Inspect Markings IAW SOP, repack according to mission parameters

Download Ruck Sack: Inspect markings IAW SOP, repacked according to mission parameters

Clean your assigned weapon: conduct function check, inspect optic and laser tie downs IAW SOP. Inspect sling for function ability. Extra batteries for optics and or laser.

Ammunition: inspected for use, ensure load criteria for mission. Stored properly and check magazines for serviceability

Radios: Minimum of 2 forms of communication. Check for serviceability, conduct communications check on all loaded frequencies for mission. Ensure all systems are loaded IAW Commo SOP, for example: CH 1 is BN CMD NET, CH 2 is FIRES, ect.

Replenish IFAK IAW SOP

All special equipment is cleaned and inspected.

Leader equipment: Garmin, functional with correct data, Map, Compass, Strobe with extra batteries, Shift Fire signals, Pyrotechniques, Sensitive Items List, Personnel List, Communications Card.

Pre-Combat Checklist (PCC)

DISMOUNTED (AFTER)

Patrol Standard :

NOTE: The previous inspections are not all inclusive. Some units have additional equipment and alternate configurations. However, use the above guidance to ensure you are not forgetting any important equipment that could be detrimental to your mission success.

Also, leaders must determine who actually conducts these checks. Assigned responsibility and use of time management is key.

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