FACILITY SYSTEMS AND COMPONENT KNOWLEDGE TRAINING
This section provides the trainee with the knowledge necessary to understand systems and
components and apply that knowledge to the job. Matrices developed from commercial utility,
industry-wide job and task analyses, and modules which indicate the necessary level of
knowledge for the various maintenance disciplines are included in this Appendix. As a minimum,
training should be provided on safety-related systems identified in the facility's safety analysis
report for those maintenance personnel performing work on those systems/components.
Included in this category are systems having a direct impact on the safe operation of the facility.
The following matrices show the applicability of topics to the various maintenance disciplines,
and modules which indicate the necessary level of knowledge and performance. The matrices
can be changed to reflect facility structure and responsibility assignments.
E.1 Facility Systems
E.1.1 Module A
Instruction should enable the trainee to perform the following:
Explain the purpose
Identify the major components
Identify the alarms and indications affected by maintenance
Describe each system at the block diagram level
Explain the importance to facility operation
Identify conditions that preclude safe work in the vicinity of system components
Describe the effect of isolating system components on facility operation
Identify the basic interrelationships with other facility systems.
E.1.2 Module B
In addition to the items in Module A, instruction should enable the trainee to perform the