Industry Expertise – Control Room ManagementJuly 1, 2011
The team at ENERGY worldnet, Inc. are experts in the industry and we at the forefront of new regulations, industry trends and best practices. We are technically and operationally nimble, so we can develop and deploy the newest tools and content to ensure compliance with new regulations, such as the new CONTROL ROOM MANAGEMENT (CRM) Rule.
CRM Overview – Control Room Management (EWN Course #13988)
The purpose of this course is to cover the roles and responsibilities of control room management personnel, SCADA, change management, near miss and incident review, and shift changes.
In this course learners will know to whom the final rule for control room management applies and understand the roles and responsibilities of an Operator and Controller. Describing how to protect against the onset of fatigue and explaining how to establish and monitor an alarm management plan are two of the objective of this course. Additionally, learners will discover how to properly plan, communicate, and implement physical changes to pipeline equipment or configurations.
This course will assist the learner in knowing to report appropriate incidents to PHMSA and correct related CRM deficiencies and how to establish a CRM training program and review it annually. Learners will also be aware of what records must be submitted to PHMSA or appropriate state agencies for review during inspection.
CRM Fatigue Mitigation – Control Room Management (EWN Course # 13989)
A significant safety hazard is fatigue. Fatigue is a safety issue that affects everyone. Fatigue can inhibit one’s ability to carry out the roles and responsibilities of a given job.
This course provides an introduction to fatigue. Topics that are covered objectives for the learner included: identifying signs of fatigue, information about what causes fatigue and steps to assist with the mitigation of the effects of fatigue. Polices concerning fatigue mitigation in the control room are also covered.
Abnormal Operating Conditions: Control Center AOCs – Control Room Management (EWN Course # 13053)
The purpose of this course is to instruct the individual on the potential abnormal operating conditions that could be encountered in the control room as well as how to recognize and react to them.
Objectives of this covered task include the ability to define Abnormal Operating Conditions (AOCs), recognizing different types of AOCs and reacting/ reporting an AOC.
Coming soon: Point to Point Verification – Control Room Management
The purpose of the course is to instruct control room and field personnel in the steps required to conduct a point-to-point verification between SCADA displays and related field equipment when field equipment is added or moved and when other changes that affect pipeline safety are made to field equipment or SCADA displays.
Posted on July 1, 2011 at 12:00 pm
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