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.
|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.