1.5.1 Job Description
The Electrical and Environmental Command Console Officer is responsible for the maintenance of the lifeblood characteristics of the Habitat: electricity, LOX, LN2, etc. This officer uses the EECOM Software to monitor environmental systems, doors, and all external environmental threats such as atmosphere and radiation. In Mission Control this officer is also in charge of monitoring and evaluating the astronauts' cummulative radiation doses.
1.5.2 Standard Flight and Emergency Procedure
The EECOM officer is to monitor Habitat electrical systems, pressure, gas balance, O2, N2, CO2, dust, and biohazardous particles etc. Should any alarming change occur, the EECOM is to notify the Flight Director in order for the FD to make a decision regarding the change. The EECOM officer is responsible for then instituting remote changes to the Habitat systems as instructed by the Flight Director. He/She is not to make any changes without prior authorization.
1.5.3 Signs of disaster
The following EECOM behaviors should be watched for:
- Decreased O2 levels, increased CO2 levels, increased chem levels: assume that there is a fire, follow P6.1.
- Increased radiation and chem readings, especially in the longhouse: assume that there is engine trouble, even if the pilot's software informs otherwise.
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