eSOMS Custom Configuration

Companies that use eSOMS usually limit themselves to the Narrative Logs, Operator Rounds, and Clearance modules.  These modules are often only used to emulate paper-based processes from the past.  I have demonstrated the eSOMS modules can be used individually or in combination to perform complex processes required in today’s environment.

I have a detailed understanding of the eSOMS database structure, which allows me to develop comprehensive custom Crystal Reports.  At my former workplace eSOMS was used to provide a detailed plant status each morning for the Plan-of-the-Day meeting.  The report includes risk color and protected equipment, plant parameter values, high priority equipment issues with work order status, limiting conditions for operations, event-free clock values, number of days on/off line, number of days to next outage, and more.  This report is drawn from data created in several of the eSOMS modules.

Module Process Purpose
Narrative Logs Operations log, Chemistry log Log of record
  Protected equipment log Plan-of-the Day report
  Dose tracking log Tracks operator acquired dose and compares it to budgeted dose per task
  Logs for tracking event-free clock resets Plan-of-the Day report, Performance Indicator reports
  Qualification status of duty personnel using the Learning Management Interface Assurance of current qualification
Operator Rounds Operator equipment rounds Tours of record
  Process Computer data gathering using the Data Historian Interface Plan-of-the Day report, Expected Generator Output report
Configuration Control/Deviation Records Tracking equipment deficiencies “important to Operations” using the Work Management Interface Plan-of-the Day report, Work down Curve reports
LCO Tracking Tracking time clocks associated with regulatory requirements Tracking system of record
  Mode restraint list Tracking requirements not applicable in the current operating mode but restrain mode changes

Other Report Examples:

Dose Report – allows Operations to micro-manage their dose from rounds and scheduled and emergent activities.  The report is generated from a log that is prepared during the planning weeks and annotated by the operator at execution time.

Configuration Control Event-Free Clock Report - Uses a Narrative Log to track and classify configuration control events.  A Crystal Report performs various calculations, including the performance indicator value, and number of days since the last reset for each department.  A similar log tracks other event-free clocks in the same manner.