Alarm Management Trivia-- or is it?

May 8, 2007
Is 144 the maximum number of alarms an operator handles every day? Nope. That's the maximum number of alarms an operator SHOULD be handling every day, according to EEMUA. In fact, according to Matrikon, an operator handles over 1,000 alarms every day....
Is 144 the maximum number of alarms an operator handles every day? Nope. That's the maximum number of alarms an operator SHOULD be handling every day, according to EEMUA. In fact, according to Matrikon, an operator handles over 1,000 alarms every day.

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