The Identification selection box is located on the Specify New Database Search Criteria page. This box allows you to specify the following fields for further search refinement:
Note that if no selection is made, the default is No Selection.
This narrative field describes the immediate or remedial actions taken to return the facility, system, or equipment item to service; to correct or alleviate the anomalous condition; and to record the results of those actions. This field is required for all occurrence reports.
To specify values for this field, first select it from the Specify New Database Search Criteria page. Then click the Refine Search and Specify Values command button. Specify the action text using the Immediate Action(s) edit box shown in the image below. Within the edit box enter single words or words/phrases, combined with text operators. What you specify in this edit box will be used to search the Immediate Action(s) text. In the example below, the user wished to search for all reports that contain the character string "repair containers" or all reports that contain the word "hazardous" within the Immediate Actions field.
This chronology field is the date and time the Initial Update Report was transmitted to the centralized computer.
To specify values for this field, first highlight it on the Specify New Database Search Criteria page. Then click the Refine Search and Specify Values command button. Specify the date using the Initial Update Report selection boxes and check boxes shown in the image below. To specify a date range, first select the Range checkbox. Then select a year, month, day, hour, and minute, and select the < (less than) and/or > (greater than) check boxes. To select a specific date, select only the = (equal to) check box. If you select all three checkboxes, your search will include all initial update reports.
This identification field identifies the type of actions that need to be taken as a result of an occurrence.
To specify values for this field, first highlight it from the Specify New Database Search Criteria page. Then click the Refine Search and Specify Values command button, and select one or more ISM codes from the selection box shown in the image below. To select more than one ISM code, hold down the Ctrl key while making the selections.
Available ISM codes are:
1 – Define Scope of Work - Missions are translated into work, expectations are set, tasks are identified and prioritized, and resources are allocated.
2 – Analyze the Hazards - Hazards are associated with the work identified, analyzed, and categorized.
3 – Develop and Implement Hazard Controls - Applicable standards and requirements are identified and agreed-upon, controls to prevent/mitigate hazards are identified, the safety envelope is established, and controls are implemented.
4 – Perform Work Within Controls - Readiness is confirmed and work is performed safely.
5 – Provide Feedback and Continuous Improvement - Feedback information on the adequacy of controls is gathered, opportunities for improving the definition and planning of work are identified and implemented, line and independent oversight is conducted, and, if necessary, regulatory enforcement actions occur.
6 – N/A (Not applicable to ISM Core Functions as determined by management review) - Items that do not fall into the realm of ISM Core Functions; e.g., Natural Phenomena, Wild Fires, Counterfeit/Suspect Parts, Notifications of non-compliance (Federal, State, Local), Legacy Issues that could not have been anticipated, End of Life equipment failures where maintenance is not an issue, etc.This field is required for all Final reports, including Short Form Reports.
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