This Help File Page was issued on 06/31/2022
This Help File Page was last Modified on 10/29/2022
•There will be times when an Operator may need to immediately step away from their terminal (for an urgent Family issue, an emergency bathroom break, an immediate termination, etc.)
•So, any signals assigned to this Operator must be placed back into the Pending Alarm Stack for other Operators to handle.
•Clicking the Lock Operator option on the MKMSCS Shortcuts tab (or pressing the key combination Shift+Ctrl+D ) will display a confirmation message that asks if the system should Lock out this Operator, set all of this Operator's signals as pending, log them out of the system, and close the MKMSCS application on that terminal.
Lock operator, set all operator's signals as pending and log out?
❑The Duress Lockout Form displays a Grid that contains a list of those "Locked Out" Operators.
•This Duress Lockout Grid is used to view, and as appropriate Unlock one or more of those "Locked Out" Operators.
•To Access the Duress Lockout Form directly within MKMS:
a)From the Backstage Menu System Select Maintenance and Choose the Monitoring option, then select the Duress Lockout option, or
b)From the Quick Access Menu, Select Maintenance and Choose the Monitoring option, then select the Duress Lockout option
❑Reinstating an Operator:
Duress Lockout Form contains the list of all Operators who have been locked out
1.Select the Operator who is to be unlocked
2.Click the Unlock bar of the Operator who is to be unlocked (reinstated)
3.That name will be removed for this Duress Lockout Grid
4.That Operator will once again be be permitted to log into MKMSCS and Process Alarms