On-duty operations personnel are responsible for a facility’s safe and reliable operation. To ensure they are capable of meeting this obligation under normal, abnormal, and emergency conditions, operations personnel must be aware of the performance status of the equipment under their control. Therefore, these watchstanders must be immediately notified of deficiencies that currently or will potentially diminish facility performance.
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