Distractions and Increased Workloads Decrease Effectiveness of Supervisory Control
4239 Views
Feedback
0 Comments

Favorite
Image for Distractions and Increased Workloads Decrease Effectiveness of Supervisory Control

Type:  Lessons Learned

Publisher:  Fluor Hanford, Richland, WA

Published As:  Public

Date: 

Topics:  Nuclear/Nuclear Safety, Operations, Work Management/Planning

In July 2005 and February 2006, limiting conditions for operations (LCO) at a nuclear facility were violated, resulting in technical safety requirement (TSR) violations. During both of these activities, as well as other TSR violations similar in scope, the individuals responsible for establishing the proper conditions for work were engaged in multiple tasks and distracted by other events.

You must be logged in to open the attachment.

Download Article
Comments about this Article
You must be logged in to add or view comments.
Related Articles
Feedback Form
How did you apply this information?
You must be logged in to use this feature
Is this article applicable to your organization?