CRM Consulting, LLC can provide a mock audit assessment of your CRM Plan and Procedures for all aspects of compliance with Control Room Management 192.631 or 195.446
Prior to the audit, I review your plan and procedures to identify issues that an inspector may find.
CRM Mock Audit
I will conduct an audit with your staff utilizing PHMSA's audit questions along with additional clarification questions. Please see the 'Sample Questions' section
As concerns are found, I can provide guidance on what changes are needed to improve audit results
I can perform an interview with your controller and ask a set of questions to evaluate how well the controller is utilizing the tools provided in your CRM Plan
Suggestions for organizing your CRM Plan and Procedures
Optimizing the structure of your plan and procedures to help an audit go quickly and smoothly
Procedure Writing Essentials
Discuss key elements to include in your procedures that cover the topics needed
After the completion of the mock audit, you'll receive a written summation of concerns, inconsistencies and findings of potential non-compliance
Experience on Both Sides of the Table
Dan Scarberry has completed 4 CRM audits as a Control Room Manager of a major US utility. Dan has completed the API course Fundamentals of Auditor and Lead Auditor training and most recently, participated in the PHMSA Critical Task Selection Board to determine the structure and essential tasks required for training federal and state inspectors on CRM inspections.
Allow me to help you improve your current SCADA graphics to provide critical information to your controllers in a format that is intuitive and easy to navigate.
SCADA Display Review
An evaluation of your current SCADA display graphics and guidance on improvements
SCADA Display Design
Bring me on board to do a complete overhaul of your SCADA displays to provide consistency across your graphics.
API RP-1165 SCADA Display Design Guide
A closer look at the sections referenced in the CRM rule
I can provide insight on rationalizing the data points coming into SCADA and managing the number of alarms and alerts directed to your controller with the essential data needed to operate their system. Learn how to direct non-operational alarms and alerts to affected parties and take your controller out of the position of being the middle man.
Guidance on organizing your points from the RTU to SCADA in a single repository
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