Basic 2(1)

  1. An attended station is when an Operator is              
    on duty
  2. A station                  is when an Operator is not on duty in the station
  3. A station is                  when control of the station is being exercised from the Energy Control Center or from a remote station or power plant
    remotely controlled
  4. When a station is taken on                  , the remote control agency is unable, or limited in its ability, to operate the station.
    local control
  5. At customer stations (CS) activities are reported to the               
    Electric Trouble Center.
  6. Requests for CLEARANCES and OKs TO needed for work within an unattended station are made to the             having jurisdiction over the station
    Area Scheduler
  7. True/False

    Gas Company distributing station have no Transfer Bus Tie position
  8. In February 1983, the State of California passed the Hazardous
    Substance Information and Training Act (HSIT), more commonly
    known as the                      
    California Right-to-Know Law
  9. Hazardous Substance Information and Training Act (HSIT), requires an                   in the work place
    Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
  10.                          developed by Cal/OSHA addresses essentially all of the requirements of the California Right-to-Know law.
    Hazard Communication Standard
  11. True/False

    Your physician or collective bargaining agent has the right to
    receive information regarding hazardous substances to which
    you may be exposed
  12. A chemical substance that poses a physical hazard such as fire, explosion, or corrosion
    Hazardous Material
  13.                     is a chemical substance to be disposed of, or accidentally discharged or spilled onto land or water
    Hazardous Waste
  14. True/False

    Hazardous Substances include both hazardous materials and
    hazardous wastes
  15. Used by Operators and Mechanics to remove silicone from insulators.
    Stoddard Solvent
  16. Used in liquid filled fuses. Both are possible carcinogens. Contact may cause dermatitis, headache, nausea, nose and throat irritation, or narcosis
    Trichloroethylene and Perchloroethylene
  17. Displace oxygen and can cause suffocation
    Simple Asphyxiants
  18. Used as an insulating medium in some circuit breakers and switches, when exposed to electric arcs, slowly decomposes forming a toxic gas and metallic fluoride dust.
    Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6)
  19. Used in fire extinguishers and in the fire
    suppression systems in oil houses and underground distributing
    Carbon Dioxide
  20. Used for pressurizing 34.5kV cables, 230kV cable oil tanks, and transformers
  21. Found in synchronous condensers and battery rooms. In
    addition to being a simple asphyxiant, is an explosive gas
  22. Used in the insulating fluid in some transformer, regulators,
    and capacitors.
    Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB)
Card Set
Basic 2(1)
1.2, 2.4, 5.5, 6.3, 7.6