Cip regulations is critical because it guards distribution infrastructure and utility distribution. You may assign regulatory standards to job plans, assets, and work orders in a bid to identify important assets, for tracking work orders for assets and to create reports. Regulatory standards can be tracked and assigned for assets by the use of Job Plans (T and D) application, Asset (T and D) application and Work Order Tracking (T and D) application.
For instance, in North America, it is a requirement that utilities report on actions which back up and comply with CIP. Critical assets are reported and identified to give focus regarding their protection. You can identify regulatory kind of asset in Asset (T and D) application. You can also use Work Order Tracking (T and D) and Job Plans (T and D) to review and validate standards on these assets regularly.
The reports are generated on work orders which are associated with critical assets for purposes of auditing. CIP regulations also guards against all acts of sabotage because it flags work order and create escalations to notify agencies and security-related personnel.
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