APPENDIX B - EXAMPLE DRILL SCENARIOS
Fire in Diesel Generator Area
Drill Number: 30.94.04.3
Revision Number: 0
Drill Team Duties: Provide cues and props as required to make the drill effective which are:
a) Fire - Team Member waving a red blanket, red flag, or red flashing
b) Light Smoke - Team Member waving a grey blanket, grey flag, or
grey plastic bag.
c) Fire Out/Smoke Clear - Team Member waving a white blanket,
white flag, or white plastic bag.
d) Breaker Open/Closed/Tripped - Magnetic laminated sign indicating
e) Valve Open/Closed/Throttled - Laminated tag indicating valve
Ruptured Pipe - Crumpled aluminum foil wrapped around pipe.
Evaluator: During the drill one evaluator will remain in the Reactor Control Room to assist the
on duty Shift Manager in differentiating between what is and is not drill activities.
Ensure all drill messages start and end with the words "This is a drill, This is a
Be alert to slipping/tripping hazards in and around the diesel generators.
Do not allow any energized electrical panels to be opened.
If the fire pull box is activated in the diesel generator area remain in the
diesel generator area as a fire watch until the drill is terminated and Life
Safety Systems personnel have returned the fire system to an operable
condition. If a fire starts in the diesel generator area during the drill the
designated fire watch will call the Fire Department at 3-777 to report the
If the diesel that is on fire is shutdown as part of this drill, do not allow use
of the remote diesel shutdown switch to shutdown the diesel unless
authorized by the drill coordinator. If the remote shutdown switch is used it
will shutdown both diesels if running.