Chapter 2ADMINISTRATION, SUPERVISION, AND TRAINING
an up-to-date status of the operational condition
of the assumed equipment assigned and in train-
ing newly assigned personnel. To assist the space
supervisor in this effort, the EOP section provides
the following Stage II documents:
required valves, switches, and controllers. Stage
III documents include:
Index pages listing each document by
identification number and title for each specified
operating group such as engineroom, fireroom,
Index pages listing each document by iden-
tification number and title for each specified
system such as fuel-oil service system, lube oil
service system, etc.
Space procedure charts (similar to the plant
procedure chart) providing the step-by-step pro-
cedure to be accomplished within a space to satisfy
and support the requirements of the plant pro-
Component procedure cards providing
step-by-step procedures for systems alignment or
Component procedure cards as required to
support each operation or alignment.
Space status board providing a schematic
of major systems and a tabular listing of the
major equipment within the individual machinery
spaces for maintaining a plot of systems
alignments and equipment operating status. This
board is similar in configuration to that provided
for the Stage I documentation (figure 2-20).
Alignment diagrams (figure 2-23) ampli-
fying the written procedure to assist the
component operator in proper systems alignment.
Alignment diagrams are provided whenever two
or more alignment conditions exist for a given
system or component.
Diagram for Electrical Plant Status (DLS)
delineating generators, switchboards, and shore-
power connections within the electrical distribu-
tion systems. The DLS is provided in both the
electrical operating group and in the Stage I
(EOOW) documentation for maintaining a plot
of the system alignment.
The operational use of EOP documentation
is of primary importance at all levels in con-
trolling, supervising, and operating the evolutional
functions of the engineering plant.
Diagram for plant steaming conditions ver-
sus optimum generator combinations provided in
the electrical operating group documentation
delineating the preferred electric power generator
combination. This diagram is the same as that
provided in the Stage I documentation.
E N G I N E E R I N G O P E R A T I O N A L
CASUALTY CONTROL (EOCC).The casu-
alty control portion of EOSS contains informa-
tion relative to the recognition of casualty
symptoms and their probable causes and effects.
In addition, it contains information on preven-
tive action to be taken to preclude a casualty and
on procedures for controlling single and multi-
ple source casualties.
Training diagrams of each major piping
system developed for Stage I, plus diagrams of
such systems as fuel-oil service, and main engine
lube oil that are normally located within the
Stage III is considered as the system compo-
nent level attended by the component operators.
The component operators place equipment in and
out of operation, align systems, and monitor and
control their operation by manipulating the
Casualty prevention must be the concern of
everyone on board. Proper training of all person-
nel must provide for adequate knowledge and
experience in effective casualty prevention. The
EOCC manual contains efficient, technically cor-
rect casualty control and prevention procedures
which relate to all phases of an engineering plant.
The EOCC documents elaborate on possible
casualties caused by error, material failure, and
battle. The EOCC manual describes tried and
proven methods for the control of a casualty and
prevention of further damage to the component,
the system, or the engineering plant concerned.