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ROLE OF AN OPERATOR. THE OWNER The substation equipments are directly under the control of the operational staffs in that particular shift. ON TAKING OVER THE SHIFT. Check the operations carried out in the previous shifts.

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role of an operator
ROLE OF AN OPERATOR

THE OWNER

The substation equipments are directly under the control of the operational staffs in that particular shift.

on taking over the shift
ON TAKING OVER THE SHIFT
  • Check the operations carried out in the previous shifts.
  • Observe change in the status of equipments if any since left the shift last.
  • Check the pending PTWs
  • Check the equipments which are under S/D.
  • Inspect the control room, battery room, AC plant, DG set room, FFPH Building etc.
  • Check for any communication on the control panel.

OBSERVE THE CONDITION OF STATION IN DETAIL

go round the switchyard for visual inspection
GO ROUND THE SWITCHYARD FOR VISUAL INSPECTION

VISUAL INSPECTION

Observe for any abnormality

Unusual sound

Smell

Change of color

Vibration

Oil leak

High temperature

In case of any abnormality

Inform the concerned.

during shift period
DURING SHIFT PERIOD

Strictly follow the instructions approved in the manual while

isolating the equipment for issue of PTW.

During normalization.

Before issue of PTW

Ensure that the area is isolated from all sources.

normalisation after maintenance works
NORMALISATION AFTER MAINTENANCE WORKS
  • On return of PTW by the maintenance staff, before charging the equipment again, inspect the equipment locally.
don ts
DON’TS
  • Do not take things for granted.
  • Do not leave noting the readings.
  • Do not manipulate the readings.
  • Do not allow entry of unauthorized persons.
  • Do not carry-out operations hurriedly.
  • Do not get perturbed during emergencies.
operation maintenance
OPERATION &MAINTENANCE
  • Two sides of coin
  • Proper coordination shall be maintained between operation and maintenance staff for-
  • Better and safe results.
stress free mind
STRESS FREE MIND
  • Stress-free mind
  • a must for a person in every walk of life.
stress
STRESS
  • Eight hour duty in a substation connecting important generating stations
  • Watching the meters and relays
  • Attending to many phone calls.
  • Skeleton staff to assist
relaxation how
RELAXATION – HOW ?
  • Have a walk to the Switchyard and SPEAK to the various equipments
  • They have signals to communicate with you.
stress free mind11
STRESS FREE MIND
  • Leave the family worries at home and enter the control room as a new man to a new area.
obedience
OBEDIENCE
  • Obey the instruction of superiors
in case of emergencies
IN CASE OF EMERGENCIES
  • Do not get perturbed
  • Think calmly and quietly
  • Your education, experience and knowledge about the system will come for your help
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