Operate or control power generating equipment, including boilers, turbines, generators, and reactors, using control boards or semi-automatic equipment.
8) Place standby emergency electrical generators on line in emergencies and monitor the temperature, output, and lubrication of the system.
9) Regulate equipment operations and conditions such as water levels, based on data from recording and indicating instruments or from computers.
10) Replenish electrolytes in batteries and oil in voltage transformers, and reset tripped electric relays.
11) Start or stop generators, auxiliary pumping equipment, turbines, and other power plant equipment, and connect or disconnect equipment from circuits.
12) Take readings from charts, meters and gauges at established intervals, and take corrective steps as necessary.
13) Clean, lubricate, and maintain equipment such as generators, turbines, pumps, and compressors in order to prevent equipment failure or deterioration.