Commissioning Rehearsals 1
THIS SESSION WILL NOT BE REMOTELY ACCESSIBLE
Session 1: 11:00am - 12:30pm
Purpose of the session: processes and organizational structures
Introductions and identifying roles in commissioning: commissioning team and stakeholders
Process 1 - nominal comcam
Lunch: 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Session 2: 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Quick recap of session 1
Process 2 - early integration
Recap: What did we learn about commissioning? How worked well in this session? What could be improved next time?
In room simulation of comissioning planning. Perhpas with two scenarios. A typical day with everything nominal - same day with some event causing a replan. A second process for somethign earlier in comissioning.
The simulations whould investigate and highlight: Who makes which decisions in comissioning, which level deciisons can be made without escalation. We start the day with a schedule how is that given to all sites ? (is there an agreed single locaiton with the cirrecnt scheule ?) - is there a 15 minute status telcon for all sites ? Who calls and chairs it ? Is this all included in the As&Rs? How well is this documented in the comissioning plan.
Are commissionng events tied to procedures ? Are actors in the procedures aware of their roles? Where do we keep procedures ? Do we have status displays configured for speicif procedures (to highligh relevent parameters from EFD) ? How are specific tasks communicated, passed on for execution , and executed - who are the actors in each of the steps. How do we keep logs of what was done ..
All of this can be simulated with paper and postits in a few hours session where the main aim would be to understanand the primary roles and responsilbitites and the correcnt communicaiton channels for comissioning.
This may be held in a single room with tables representing the different physical locaitons invovled in LSST comissioning. Workflow may be done using laptops or using paper (the tactile paper may be useful).
We should also have an audience watching the interactions - the audience would be required to stay silent during the simulations but would be required to give feedback when the simulation was "paused" by the moderator. Feedback should note how situations were handled - perhaps suggesting better or more efficient ways of dealing with incidents.