Implementing the ERO Status Update. Cherie Broadrick Manager of Regional Compliance Program Oversight February 13, 2007. Canada NEB, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec, and Saskatchewan. United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
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Manager of Regional Compliance Program Oversight
February 13, 2007
NEB, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec, and Saskatchewan
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Other ERO Members
Bulk Power System Owners, Operators, UsersElectric Reliability Organization Overview
Established by the Industry
SAR & Standard
Including independence of staff making compliance determinations
Monitor designated standards for all entities
Timely reporting of information and all violations
Single process to contest finding and appeal decisionCompliance Program Essential Features
Manager – Organization Registration
Who Must Comply?
Section II Functional Type Definitions
Section I Owner, Operator, or User of the BPS
Section III Smaller Entity De-selection Criteria
Section IV Joint Action Agencies
Craig P. LawrenceManager of Organization Registration, Certification, and Compliance MonitoringNorth American Electric Reliability Council116-390 Village BoulevardPrinceton, New Jersey 08540609-452-8060
Manager – Enforcement
Note: Amounts listed in the Table are generally “per incident”; however, in the U.S NERC is authorized to assess them on a “per day” basis where warranted.
Tim KuceyManager of Enforcement and MitigationNorth American Electric Reliability Council116-390 Village BoulevardPrinceton, New Jersey 08540609-452-8060