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EA Program
The principal goal of the ERO is to promote the reliability of the bulk power system in North America. The ERO Event Analysis Process is intended to promote a structured and consistent approach to performing event analyses in North America. Through the event analysis process, the ERO strives to develop a culture of reliability excellence that promotes aggressive self-critical review and analysis of operations, planning, and critical infrastructure protection (CIP) processes. The event analysis process also serves an integral function as a learning opportunity for the industry by providing insight and guidance by identifying and disseminating valuable information to owners, operators, and users of the bulk power system who enable improved and more reliable operation. This document presents a process for addressing event analysis, provides a robust lessons learned process, and facilitates communication and information exchange among registered entities, NERC, and its Regional Entities.
 
The ERO Event Analysis Process Document - Version 3.1 was endorsed by the Operating Committee in December 2016.
 
 
 

 ERO Event Analysis Process Documents

 
  
  
  
collapse Status : Current Event Analysis Process Documents ‎(7)
collapse Status : Archived Event Analysis Process Documents ‎(24)
 

 EA Program

 
  
  
  
expand Grouping : Field Trial Related Archive Documents ‎(17)
expand Grouping : Reference Materials for Cause Analysis Methods and Tools ‎(3)
expand Grouping : Reference Materials for Event Analysis ‎(7)
expand Grouping : Related Letters to Industry Stakeholders ‎(2)
expand Grouping : Webinars/FAQ ‎(5)
 
 

 Previous System Disturbance Reports

 
  
  
expand Grouping : System Disturbance Reports ‎(17)

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