Radio Manual - Snohomish County PUD

RADIO OPERATIONS
MANUAL
Revised June 2003
Produced by
Telecommunications Department
Snohomish County PUD
(425) 783-5505
MOTOROLA 900 MHZ
PORTABLE RADIO
MTS 2000
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TABLE OF CONTENTS: PORTABLE RADIOS
Section I: General Information ................................................................................. 1
What is the Coverage and Transmitting Distance of the Radio System? ................. 2
How are Radio ID Numbers assigned? ......................................................................... 2
Who will have Radios? .................................................................................................... 2
What are Talkgroups? ..................................................................................................... 3
Where Do I Go for Help With My Radio? ...................................................................... 3
How Does the Computerized Radio System Work? ..................................................... 3
What Happens When the Computer System Fails? ..................................................... 4
How “Failsoft” Works --------------------------------------------------------- 4
Identifying Controls, Switches, Indicators and Connectors ...................................... 5
Interpreting the Display ................................................................................................. 9
Display Light ------------------------------------------------------------------ 9
Status Annunciators -------------------------------------------------------- 10
Section II: Basic Radio Operation .......................................................................... 13
Interpreting the Alert Tone Indications ..................................................................... 16
Turning the Radio On or Off ........................................................................................ 20
Selecting a Talkgroup [Zone] ...................................................................................... 22
Programmable HOME Button ..................................................................................... 25
Transmission Procedures ............................................................................................ 26
Transmitting ---------------------------------------------------------------- 26
Receiving a Transmission -------------------------------------------------- 28
Paging Procedures ........................................................................................................ 30
Sending a Page -------------------------------------------------------------- 30
Answering a Page ----------------------------------------------------------- 34
Telephoning Procedures .............................................................................................. 36
Making a Telephone Call --------------------------------------------------- 36
Calling a Radio from a Telephone ------------------------------------------ 38
Receiving a Telephone Call ------------------------------------------------- 40
Private Call Procedures ................................................................................................ 42
Making a Private Call ------------------------------------------------------- 42
Answering a Private Call --------------------------------------------------- 46
Blue Button Operations ................................................................................................ 48
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Section III: Portable Radio Emergency Operations ............................................. 49
Emergency Operation Concepts ................................................................................. 51
Sending an Emergency Alarm ..................................................................................... 52
Communicating Alarm Situation with Dispatcher ................................................... 54
Canceling an Emergency Alarm .................................................................................. 54
Section IV: Radio Information and Care ............................................................... 57
Ordering, Installing and Removing Batteries ........................................................... 58
Ordering Batteries ---------------------------------------------------------- 58
Low Battery Alert ----------------------------------------------------------- 58
Charging the Battery ------------------------------------------------------- 58
Removing the Battery ------------------------------------------------------ 58
Installing the Battery ------------------------------------------------------- 59
Battery Information -------------------------------------------------------- 59
Cleaning and Handling the Radio .............................................................................. 61
Cleaning --------------------------------------------------------------------- 61
Handling -------------------------------------------------------------------- 61
Viewing Your Radio’s ID Number ............................................................................... 62
FCC Safety Standards ................................................................................................... 62
Using the Keypad .......................................................................................................... 63
Selecting a Feature --------------------------------------------------------- 63
Left and Right Arrow Keys ------------------------------------------------- 63
HOME Key ------------------------------------------------------------------ 63
Interpreting the Indicator LED ................................................................................... 66
Servicing the Radio ...................................................................................................... 66
Section IX: Appendix (follows Mobile Radio Sections V - VIII) ........................117
This section contains information that is updated periodically.
• A: 900 MHz Radio Index by Department
• B: 900 MHz Radio Index by Last Name
• C: 900 MHz Radio Index by Radio ID Number
• D: Simple Radio Protocol/Phonetic Alphabet
• E: Radio Failsoft Operations List
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PUD RADIO OPERATIONS MANUAL
This manual was written for those people who use 900 MHz radios that are
part of the PUD’s radio network system. It gives information and procedures necessary for proper usage. It is divided into two parts: Portable Radios (Sections I IV) and Mobile Radios (Sections V - VIII).
The sections of the PORTABLE RADIO manual are:
Section I:
General Information
This section contains information applicable to use
of portable radios within the PUD environment.
It answers the questions:
What is the coverage and transmitting distance of
the radio system?
How are radio ID numbers assigned?
Who will have radios?
What are Talkgroups?
Where do I go for help with my radio?
How does the computerized radio system work?
What happens when the computer system fails?
Identifying controls, switches, indicators and
connectors
Interpreting the display
Section II:
Basic Radio Operation
This section contains information and procedures
for the day-to-day operation of the portable radio on
the job, including:
Interpreting the alert tone indications
Turning the radio on or off
Selecting A Talkgroup
Transmission procedures
Paging procedures
Telephoning procedures
Private Call procedures
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Section III:
Emergency Operation
This section contains information and procedures for
operation during an emergency situation, including:
Emergency operation concepts
Sending an emergency alarm
Communicating alarm situation with dispatcher
Canceling an emergency alarm
Section IV:
Radio Information
and Care
This section contains information and procedures
pertinent to the radio itself. Use this section for reference for other than basic operation of your radio,
including:
Ordering, installing and removing batteries
Cleaning and handling the radio
Viewing your radio’s ID number
FCC Safety Standards
Using the keypad
Interpreting the indicator LED
Servicing the radio
This section contains information that is updated
periodically.
Section IX:
Appendix
• A: 900 MHz Radio Index by Department
• B: 900 MHz Radio Index by Last Name
• C: 900 MHz Radio Index by Radio ID Number
• D: Simple Radio Protocol/Phonetic Alphabet
• E: Radio Failsoft Operations List
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SECTION I: GENERAL INFORMATION
This section contains information applicable to use of radios within the PUD radio
system.
What You Will Learn
In This Section
The objective of this section is to explain the
PUD’s radio system. You will learn about:
• coverage and transmitting distance of the
radio system
• radio assignments
• groupings of radio users [Talkgroups]
• getting help with your radio when needed
• the computerized radio system’s configuration
• what happens when parts of the radio system
fail.
What Questions This
Section Will Answer
This section answers the following questions:
1. What is the coverage and transmitting
distance of the radio system?
2. How are radio ID numbers assigned?
3. Who will have radios?
4. What are Talkgroups?
5. Where do I go for help with my radio?
6. How does the computerized radio system
work?
7. What happens when the computer system
fails?
General Information Concepts
The PUD is installing a computerized radio system to provide:
1. Emergency alarm capabilities.
2. Better communication for field staff through the use of a repeater system
that allows everyone in a Talkgroup to hear both sides of conversations
within that Talkgroup.
3. More available channels.
4. Increased coverage.
5. Access to the telephone system for making and receiving telephone calls.
6. Paging capabilities.
7. An electronic event log for easier trouble-shooting.
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The Telecommunications Department is responsible for maintaining the Radio System. The Telecommunications Department maintains an inventory of
radios and batteries, programs the radios and assigns a unit number to each one.
In the event of radio system failure, the “failsoft” system allows continued use
of radios in a conventional two-way mode until the computer system can be
brought back up. Other problems with the radio units can be referred to the Telecommunications Department.
What is the Coverage and Transmitting Distance of the Radio
System?
The Telecommunications Department is in the process of ensuring coverage of
the entire county and all service areas of the PUD. Please refer to the chart in the
Appendix for current coverage. Some low-lying, heavily wooded, or urban areas
may have limited coverage. If you are near the edge of the coverage area and inside a building or a vehicle, try moving outside to avoid interference and gain
longer transmitting distance.
How are Radio ID Numbers assigned?
All radio unit ID numbers are six (6) digits. Typically, they begin with either “70”
generally followed by the assigned employee’s 4-digit telephone extension number, “0” followed by the assigned vehicle’s 3-digit ID number, “9” followed by the
employee’s 3-digit radio number, or “90” followed by a 2-digit radio number.
(See Appendix C.)
Who will have Radios?
During the implementation of the Radio System, work groups will be trained on
its use and assigned portable radio units over time. For a current list, please see
Appendices A, B or C.
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What are Talkgroups? Who’s in Which Talkgroup?
A Talkgroup is a connection between a specific group of radios. Each radio unit is
assigned to a “home” Talkgroup based on work groups. During day-to-day or
storm-related activity, System Dispatch may ask radio users to temporarily select
other Talkgroups when the radio unit’s user is assigned to work in another area
with a different work group.
For example, when an outage occurs in an area where the assigned line crew is
already working on another problem, System Dispatch may send another line
crew to repair the outage. They will be able to communicate with the other crews
in that area by selecting the other crew’s Talkgroup. When the temporary assignment is completed, System Dispatch will ask radio users to switch the radio units
back to their assigned Talkgroups.
For a list of PUD Talkgroups, see Appendix A, B, or C.
Where Do I Go for Help With My Radio?
The Telecommunications Department is responsible for maintaining the Radio
System and the radio units. If your radio is not functioning properly, you need
new batteries, or have questions about radio operation, contact Telecommunications [Operations Center, 1st floor] at 425-783-5505.
How Does the Computerized Radio System Work?
The Radio System depends on the computer to control and allocate the radio
resources — similar to the District’s telephone system that allocates ‘trunk lines’
to Verizon so that users can place telephone calls. The Radio System computers
allocate radio channels in a ‘trunk line’ operation. This makes sure that users get
features and channels when required. It also permits management of the system
to document when expansion is required.
• In the Current System, only Dispatch and mobile units around the area can
hear.
• In the Simulcast system, all radio units within a Talkgroup can hear.
• Simulcast Remote Sites use base stations to connect to the main system.
• The Main and Alternate Computers are housed at the Electric Building.
• Darrington and Index Base Stations are not on the Simulcast System but
can be patched into it by Dispatch when required.
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What Happens When the Computer System Fails?
The “failsoft” system ensures that you will continue to have radio communications capability in the event of computer system failure. During operation, the
radio will automatically go into failsoft operation if the central controller fails for
any reason. While in failsoft, your radio will transmit and receive on a predetermined frequency on a conventional, as opposed to computerized, channel. See
Appendix E.
How “Failsoft” Works
When the radio is in failsoft operation, you will hear a faint “beeping” sound every ten seconds. At the same time, the display will alternate between showing
“FAILSOFT” and the current active Talkgroup.
You will lose the following features:
• Emergency Alarms
• Private Call
• Telephone Call
• Paging
In other words, your radio becomes like a two-way radio. You should observe
standard two-way radio transmission protocol by not “talking over” someone
who is already transmitting.
When the computer system returns to normal operation, the radio will automatically leave the failsoft operation and return to computerized operation.
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Identifying Controls, Switches, Indicators and Connectors
Identify the various parts of your radio below, then refer to the sections named
for more information about features and functions they perform and how to use them.
Name
Use
Refer To
1. On/Off/Volume
Control
Turns the radio on and off and
adjusts the volume level of
incoming transmissions.
Section II:
Turning the
Radio On or Off
2. Talkgroup Selector
Control
Selects the operating Talkgroup.
Section II:
Selecting a
Talkgroup
[Zone] and
Section I:
What is a
Talkgroup?
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TOP VIEW
3. Scan ON/OFF
(two-position concentric switch)
5. Indicator LED
4. Zone Selection Switch
[three-position (ABC)
toggle switch]
A
B
C
6. Emergency Button
(orange)
2. Talkgroup Selector Knob
1. On / Off / Volume Control
7. Answer All Button
side button 1 (blue)
8. Page Button
side button 2
9. Telephone Button
side button 3
13. Speaker
14. Universal
Connector
10. Push-To-Talk
(PTT) Switch
12. Microphone
15. Noisecancelling
port
11. Display
16. Keypad
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4 GHI
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6 MNO
7 PRS
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Name
Use
3. Scan ON/OFF
[Two-Position
Concentric Switch]
Disables scan when in
the Off [ ] position.
Refer To
4. Zone Selection Switch Used for Zone selection.
[Three-Position
[There could be up to 16
(ABC) Toggle Switch] Talkgroups for each switch position.]
Section II:
Selecting a
Talkgroup
[Zone] and
Section I:
What is a
Talkgroup?
5. Indicator LED
Indicates the radio operating
status; green/red light-emitting
diode [LED].
Section IV:
Interpreting the
Indicator LED
6. Orange Top Button
Emergency Alarm.
Section III:
Emergency
Operations
7. Blue Answer All
Controls the display’s backlight.
Button [Side Button 1]
Section II:
Blue Button
Operations
8. Page Button
[Side Button 2]
Used for paging. [Has one small
bump for tactile identification.]
Section II:
Paging
Procedures
9. Telephone Button
[Side Button 3]
Used for telephone calls. [Has two
small bumps for tactile identification.]
Section II:
Telephoning
Procedures
10. Push-To-Talk
[PTT] Switch
Engages the transmitter and puts
the radio in the transmit mode.
Section II:
Basic Radio
Operation
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Name
Use
Refer To
11. Display
Provides visual information about
many of the radio’s features.
Section I:
Interpreting the
Display
and
Sections I and II
for use during
operation
12. Microphone Port
Accepts voice input to the radio’s
microphone.
13. Speaker
Projects tones, voice, and other
sounds received by the radio.
14. Universal Connector
Provides access for programming,
testing, and accessory connections.
15. Noise-Canceling Port
Reduces background noise during
transmit.
16. Keypad
Provides control and data interface for many of the radio’s features.
Digits 1 - 9 control the display’s
backlight.
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Using the
Keypad
and
Sections I and II
for use during
operation and
Section I
Display Light
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Interpreting the Display
The radio has a 14-character, one-line liquid-crystal display [LCD], which displays either alphanumeric messages or feature information. Above the character
displays are eight status annunciators that indicate some of the radio’s operating
conditions.
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7 PRS
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Display Light
If poor lighting conditions make the display difficult to read, turn on the
radio’s display backlight by pressing a keypad digit (1 - 9). This light will remain
on for a preprogrammed time period before it turns off automatically.
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Status Annunciators
The status annunciators indicate the status of certain radio functions:
Annunciator
Status Indicated
Refer To
Battery Status
Flashes when the battery is low.
Section IV:
Ordering,
Removing and
Installing
Batteries
Call Received
Flashes when a Private Call or
Page is received.
Section II:
Private Call
Procedures and
Paging
Procedures
Scan
Indicates when the radio is scanning; ON = SCANNING/
OFF = NOT SCANNING.
Programming Mode
Indicates when the radio is in the
programming mode.
Direct
Indicates whether you are talking
directly to another radio [talkaround], or through a repeater.
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Not Used
Carrier
Battery Squelch
Programming
Mode
Call /Page
Received Scan
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SECTION II: BASIC RADIO OPERATION
This section contains information and procedures for day-to-day operation of
the radio on the job.
What You Will Learn In
This Section
The objective of this section is to explain how to
use your radio for those functions you will need
on a daily basis. You will learn how to:
• turn the radio on and off
• transmit and receive messages
• select a different Talkgroup
• send a Page or respond to a Page
• use the radio like a telephone
• make or answer a Private Call
What Questions This
Section Will Answer
This section answers the following questions:
1. What are the functions of the radio that are
used in the PUD radio system?
2. How do I operate my radio?
Term
Definition
Alert Tone
An audible sound emitted by the radio to alert you
to an operating condition of the radio.
Annunciator
A symbol permanently shown on the display above
the alpha-numeric characters. Indicates status of
certain radio features.
Channel
A base station resource controlled only by the
system’s computers.
Display
Small screen on the front of the radio which
provides visual information during operation.
ID Number
Six-digit number, beginning with “70,” assigned to
each radio for identification purposes, much like a
telephone number.
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Term
Definition
LCD [Liquid-Crystal Display]
The type of small screen on the front of the radio
which provides visual information during operation.
LED,
Indicator LED
The red/green light-emitting diode [LED]
located on the top of the radio which indicates the
radio’s status.
Page, Paging
Radio feature that allows one radio operator to
leave a request for another to contact him/her.
Private Call
Radio feature that allows one radio operator to
carry on a conversation [transmission] with
another radio operator without other members of
the Talkgroup being able to hear.
Protocol
Conventions and standards for transmissions on
the PUD radio system.
PTT Switch
The large Press To Talk [PTT] Switch located on
the side of the radio. Pressing the PTT Switch
allows you to talk during a transmission or
telephone call. When the PTT Switch is released
[not being pressed], you can hear the conversations of other radio operators or the person on the
telephone interconnect.
Talkgroup
A connection between a specific group of radios,
typically by department or job function.
Telephoning,
Telephone Interconnect
The radio feature that allows you to use your radio
similarly to a telephone. The radio system accesses
the telephone interconnect [PUD telephone
system] for you.
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Timing Out
The time-out timer feature limits the amount of
time that you can continuously transmit on a
Talkgroup. If you hold down the PTT Switch longer
than the allotted time:
• A pre-alert warning tone will be generated four
seconds before termination of your transmission
to warn you that your conversation is about to be
cut off.
• Four seconds later your transmission is terminated and an alert tone is emitted until the PTT
Switch is released.
Transmit
To broadcast voice or data over air waves.
Transmitter
The device used to convert sound waves (voice) or
computer data to electromagnetic energy for
broadcast.
Zone
A grouping of Talkgroups accessed through the
Zone Selector Switch [3-position (A,B,C) toggle]
Switch or menu for Zones A-F.
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Interpreting the Alert Tone Indications
The radio generates a number of audible tones to indicate operating conditions.
Alert Tone
Description
Refer To
Low Battery
A low-battery condition is indicated by a high-pitched, cricketlike “chirp-chirp” when the PTT
Switch is released following a
transmission.
Section IV:
Ordering,
Removing and
Installing
Batteries
Unsuccessful Power-Up
A short, low-pitched tone when
the radio is first turned on indicates that the radio has failed its
power-up self test and is not
ready for use.
Section IV:
Servicing the
Radio
Invalid Mode
A continuous, low-pitched tone is
heard when an invalid or unprogrammed operation is attempted
on the radio.
Section II:
Basic Radio
Operation
Valid [Good] Key Press
A short, medium-pitched tone
when a keypad key is pressed
indicates that the key press was
accepted.
Invalid [Bad] Key Press
A short, low-pitched tone when a
keypad key is pressed indicates
that the key press was rejected.
Emergency Alarm Entry
One beep followed by five (5)
beeps when the Emergency Button is pressed indicates that the
radio has entered the emergency
mode.
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Emergency
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Alert Tone
Description
Refer To
Emergency Alarm/
Call Exit
A continuous, medium-pitched
tone when the radio is in the emergency mode indicates that the radio
has exited the emergency mode.
Section III:
Emergency
Operations
Failsoft
A faint “beeping” tone every ten
seconds indicates that the radio is
operating in the failsoft mode.
Section I:
What Happens
When the
Computer
System Fails?
Time-Out Timer Warning Your radio’s time-out timer limits
the length of your transmission
time. When you are pressing the
PTT Switch [transmitting], a
short, low-pitched warning tone
will sound four seconds before
the allotted time will expire.
Time-Out Timer
Timed-Out
If you hold down the PTT Switch
longer than the time-out timer’s
allotted time, a continuous, lowpitched tone will sound, indicating that your transmission has
been cut off. This tone will continue
until the PTT Switch is released.
Phone Busy
A “bah-bah-bah-bah” tone when
telephone interconnect is accessed indicates that all available
lines are busy and the radio is in
queue for the next available
phone line.
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Section II:
Telephoning
Procedures
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Alert Tone
Description
Refer To
Page Received
A group of four medium-pitched
tones every five seconds indicates
that your radio has received a Page.
Section II:
Paging
Procedures
Page Sent
A single medium-pitched tone,
followed by a group of four medium-pitched tones indicates that
a Page sent by your radio has
been received by the target radio.
Section II:
Paging
Procedures
Private Call Received
A group of two medium-pitched
tones repeated every five seconds
for approximately 20 seconds indicates that your radio has received a Private Call.
Section II:
Private Call
Procedures
Computer System Busy
A “bah-bah-bah-bah” tone when
the system is accessed indicates
that all available channels are
busy and your radio is in queue
for the next available channel.
Section II:
Basic Radio
Operation
Call Back
A group of three medium-pitched
tones [di-di-dit] indicates that a
Talkgroup is now available for
your previously requested transmission.
Section II:
Basic Radio
Operation
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Basic Radio Operation Concepts
Your Snohomish County PUD radio offers a number of advantages, including
fast system access, enhanced privacy, and ease of operation. In a computerized
system, there is no need to check to see if a channel is busy before a transmission;
however, you do need to listen for the alert tones before you start talking to receive
information about availability of channels and features you are trying to access.
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Turning the Radio On or Off
You Do
The Radio Does
1. Rotate the volume control
clockwise.
The radio goes through a power-up
self check and, if it passes the check,
the display momentarily shows “SELF
TEST.”
If the radio fails the self check, the display shows “ERROR XX/XX” [where
XX/XX is an alphanumeric error
code], accompanied by a bad-powerup, low-pitched tone. Turn the radio
off, check the battery, and turn the radio back on. If the radio still does not
pass the self check, a problem exists in
the radio. Contact the Telecommunications Department at extension 5505.
Note: See Selecting a Talkgroup
The radio is in the selected Talkgroup
when it powers-up. It is now set to
receive calls from this Talkgroup.
2. To turn the radio off, rotate the
volume control fully counterclockwise until you hear a click.
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ON/OFF
Knob
SELF TEST
ERROR XX/XX
A1 ECC-1 N
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Selecting a Talkgroup [Zone]
A zone is a grouping of Talkgroups [16 to a Zone]. Zones can be selected through
the Zone Selector [3-position (A,B,C) toggle] Switch for Zones A, B, and C, or by
using the menu and keypad for Zones A through F.
To select another Talkgroup (see Appendix for Zone and Talkgroup list):
You Do
The Radio Does
1. To select a different Talkgroup
within the current Zone, turn the
Talkgroup Selector Knob to the
number of the desired Talkgroup.
NOTE: See Section IX: Appendix
for list of Talkgroups.
You can use the Talkgroup Selector
Knob at any time to select a
different Talkgroup.
The display shows the selected
Talkgroup’s name.
If the selected position is not valid, the
display will show “UNPROGRAMMED,”
and you will hear an invalid-mode
tone until a valid programmed
Talkgroup is selected.
2. To select a Talkgroup within
Zones A, B, or C:
a. First, move the Zone Selector
[3-position (A,B,C) toggle] Switch
to the desired Zone.
The new Zone letter appears on the
display.
b. Second, turn the Talkgroup selector
knob to the number of the desired
Talkgroup within the new Zone.
The display shows the selected
Talkgroup’s name.
3. To select a Talkgroup within
Zones A through F:
a. Press the right arrow key [>] until
“ZONE” appears on the display.
Press the key below “ZONE.”
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The display shows 3 choices; for
example, “ZONE,” “CHAN,” and
“VIEW.”
The display changes to show the current Zone (flashing) and selected
Talkgroup.
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Talkgroup
Selector Knob
UNPROGRAMMED
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A
B
C
Zone A-C Select
B1 ARLINGTON
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ZONE CHAN VIEW
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3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
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You Do
The Radio Does
b. Press the right [>] or left [<]
arrow key to page through the
Zones in order. Stop pressing
the key when the Zone you
want to select is displayed.
c. Press “HOME.”
d. Rotate Talkgroup Selector Knob
to the desired Talkgroup.
To return to your home (A1) Talkgroup
You Do
The Radio Does
a. Flip A,B,C toggle switch to the “A”
position. If already in “A,” switch
off “A” and then back to “A” to
return to Zone A.
Radio turns to Zone A and the previously selected channel.
b. Rotate Talkgroup selector knob to
position A1.
Radio returns to the Home “A1”
Talkgroup.
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The HOME button on the MTS 2000 portable radios will now operate like that of
the MCS 2000 mobile radios.
You Do
The Radio Does
1. Turn your radio to the Talkgroup you
wish to be entered into the HOME button.
Press and hold down the HOME button
until you hear a beap (approx. 2 seconds).
Your HOME button is now programmed
for that Talkgroup. Now, regardless of
which Zone and Talkgroup you are in,
when you press the HOME button, the
radio will automatically go to the
Talkgroup you programmed into the
HOME button.
IMPORTANT: Turning the Zone Toggle
Switch and Talkgroup Selector Knob
will reset the radio to the location of
the knobs. Turning the radio off/on will
also rest the Talkgroup selection to the
location of the knobs.
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Transmission Procedures
Transmitting
You Do
The Radio Does
1. Press and hold the PTT Switch on
the side of the radio. Wait until you
hear the 4 quick beeps, telling you
that the computers have assigned
you a channel. Speak slowly and
clearly into the microphone area.
If you hear a busy signal, release
the PTT Switch and wait for a callback tone.
Busy Signal = a low-frequency
‘bah-bah-bah-bah.”
When you hear the call-back tone,
you will have three seconds to press
the PTT Switch, allowing you to
make your call without getting
another busy signal.
Call Back Tone - sounds like
“di-di-dit.”
If a continuous talk-prohibit tone
is heard when the PTT Switch is
pressed, transmission is not
possible.
Talk-Prohibit Tone = continuous
tone. The radio may be out of range
or there is no channel available.
If the radio is out of range, check
the coverage chart for the closest
place where you can be within
range.
The display shows “OUT OF
RANGE.”
Pressing the PTT Switch when
you are already in queue may
cause you to miss this allocation.
2. Wait until you hear the 4 quick
beeps, telling you that the computers have assigned you a channel.
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If no channel is available, the computer system will remember your
request and allocate the first available channel to you.
When the computer has allocated a
channel to you, you will hear 4
quick beeps.
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A
B
C
PTT Switch
Microphone
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When your transmission is completed, release the PTT Switch to
listen.
3. Carry on with your conversation in
the normal radio manner: Press the
PTT Switch to talk; release the PTT
Switch to listen.
Receiving a Transmission
You Do
The Radio Does
1. When the radio is on, select the
desired Talkgroup.
Your radio is now set to receive calls
on the selected Talkgroup.
Note: See Selecting a Talkgroup.
2. Listen until you hear a transmission, then adjust the volume control
for a comfortable listening level.
3. Carry on with your conversation in
the normal radio manner: press the
PTT Switch to talk; release the PTT
Switch to listen.
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Paging Procedures
The Page feature lets your radio function like a pager [beeper]. The radio can
receive and respond to pages from other radios [not telephones], and send pages
to them.
The Page feature operates across Talkgroups. The radio ID Number of the
person paging you can be displayed by depressing your Page button. To respond
to a page when the paging radio is in a different Talkgroup, select the caller’s
Talkgroup. Follow normal transmission procedures as previously described.
(Note: return to home Talkgroup when finished.)
Sending a Page
You Do
The Radio Does
1a. Press the Page Button
[middle button].
The display shows the last ID number
transmitted or received.
2. There are 2 ways to enter an ID #:
a. If you do nothing else, the last
number transmitted or received
will be sent out.
OR
b. Enter the new 6-digit ID number
from the keypad.
Note: Once you have started entering numbers, the left arrow key [<]
will function as a backspace key.
3. Press the PTT Switch to send the
ID number.
The display changes to show the numbers as they are being entered. The
cursor will flash to indicate the location of the next digit to be entered.
If fewer than 6 digits are entered and
the PTT Switch is pressed, you will
hear a bad-keypress tone and the display will show “INVALID ENTRY.” A
bad-keypress tone will also be heard if
you try to enter a seventh digit.
The ID number is transmitted.
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You Do
The Radio Does
The system has received your ID number, the radio you are calling is on the
air and has received the page.
If you hear 5 beeps:
The radio will return automatically to
the current Talkgroup.
The ID number has been received by the
system.
If you hear 1 beep:
The radio you are paging is not on the
air or not available. Your radio remains in the Page mode.
A low-pitched alert tone sounds and
the display changes to “NO
ACKNOWLEDGE”.
If after 6 seconds the called radio
fails to acknowledge the alert, you
can either:
Press the PTT Switch to send the
ID number again,
OR
Press the HOME key to exit and
return to the current Talkgroup.
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Answering a Page
You Do
The Radio Does
When a Page is being received, you will
hear a recurring four-beep tone. The display will alternate between showing
the current Talkgroup and “PAGE
RECEIVED.” The green LED and call
received status annunciator will flash.
Note: Any button press, keypad press,
or Talkgroup change will turn off the
Page audible and visual indicators.
The display will show the Talkgroup
constantly; the audible alert, the green
LED, and the call/page received
annunciator will turn off.
1. Optional: To view the ID # of the
paging radio, press the Page
Button [middle button]. Press the
Page button again to exit Page
function.
The display will show the ID number
of the radio that paged you.
2. Select the caller’s Talkgroup and
then press the PTT Switch to answer
on the Talkgroup.
Carry on your conversation in the
normal manner: press the PTT
Switch to talk; release the switch to
listen.
Note: Return to home Talkgroup when
finished.
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A
B
C
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Page Button
PTT Switch
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Telephoning Procedures
The Telephone feature allows you to use your radio similarly to a standard
telephone by accessing the PUD telephone interchange. You may use the same
shortcuts as you do from the phone on your desk: the last four digits of inhouse numbers and dialing “9” for an outside line. You can also call a radio
from a telephone.
Remember that on a radio transmission, only one person can talk at a time.
Before talking, the person using the telephone to talk to a radio must wait for a
beep that indicates the radio operator has released the PTT Switch. The radio
operator must press the PTT Switch to talk and release it to listen.
Making a Telephone Call
You Do
The Radio Does
1. Press the Telephone Button [side
button with two bumps].
If the access was successful, the display will show the last number dialed.
a. If the message times out or
“NO PHONE” displays, press
HOME or the Phone Button to
hang-up and start again.
2. If you want to call the last number
dialed, press the PTT Switch. If you
want to call a different number,
enter it using the keypad, using any
of the numeric [0 - 9] keys. The left
arrow allows backspacing to correct
errors. Then press the PTT Switch.
After you press the PTT Switch, you
will either:
1) hear dial tone followed by the
sound of each digit dialed and then
ringing. If you get a busy signal, hit
HOME to cancel the call and try again.
2) if the telephone interconnect is in
use,
a busy tone sounds immediately
3. If your call does not go through, you
will hear a constant tone. Push your and “PHONE BUSY” is displayed. DO
HOME key to hang-up and start again. NOT HANG UP. When a channel is
available, your call will automatically
be dialed.
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PLEASE WAIT
NO PHONE
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2 ABC
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4 GHI
5 JKL
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7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
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PHONE BUSY
[Do not hang up]
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CALL PAGE PHON
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5 JKL
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3. If the party you are calling answers,
carry on with your conversation in
the normal radio manner: press the
PTT Switch to talk; release the PTT
Switch to listen.
The radio generates two go-ahead
beeps when the radio’s PTT Switch is
released. This is heard by the land-line
party and is an indicator to begin talking.
4. When you have finished your conversation, or if the number you are
calling is busy or does not answer,
press the HOME key or the Telephone Button [bottom button]
to send the hang-up code.
The radio will return to the current
Talkgroup.
Calling a Radio from a Telephone
You Do
The Radio Does
1. If calling a radio located in the general You will hear a continuous highsimulcast area, dial ext. 8400 (from a pitched tone.
PUD phone) or 425-783-8400. This
function is available in the Darrington
area by calling 425-783-8500 and in
the Index area by calling 425-783-8600.
When the tone stops, enter the 6-digit
radio ID. See Appendix A, B, or C.
If the number you are calling is busy or
does not answer, hang up and try again.
OR
2. Caller hears ringing. User has about
10 seconds to answer the call. Follow
the directions for Receiving A
Telephone Call.
3. If the radio user answers, carry on
with your conversation in the
normal radio manner.
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The radio generates two go-ahead
beeps when the radio’s PTT Switch is
released. This is heard by the land-line
party and is an indicator to begin
talking.
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Button
705505
6-digit
Radio ID
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
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9 WXY
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Receiving a Telephone Call
You Do
The Radio Does
The display will alternate between
showing the present Talkgroup and
“PHONE CALL” and the call annunciator will flash to indicate that
a call is being received. You will
hear a telephone-type ringing.
1. To answer a call, press the Telephone
Button [bottom button].
The display will show “PHONE
CALL” constantly, and the call received annunciator will turn off.
The radio generates a high-pitched goahead tone when the radio’s PTT
Switch is released. This is heard by the
land-line party and is an indicator to
begin talking.
2. Carry on with your conversation in
the normal radio manner: Press the
PTT Switch to talk; release the PTT
Switch to listen.
3. When you have finished your conversation, press the HOME key or
the Telephone Button to hang-up.
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The radio will return to the current
Talkgroup.
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TALKGRP
PHONE CALL
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Private Call Procedures
The Private Call feature allows you to:
• carry on a conversation that is heard by only the two parties involved.
• determine whether the radio that you are calling is in service.
• leave your radio’s ID number with the radio you are calling so that you may
be called back.
• view the calling radio’s ID number before answering.
The Private Call Feature operates across Talkgroups.
Making a Private Call
You Do
The Radio Does
1. To make a Private Call, press the
right arrow key [>] until “CALL”
appears on the display.
Press the key below “CALL.”
The display shows 3 choices: for
example, “CALL,” “PAGE” and
“PHON.”
The display changes to show the last
ID number transmitted or received.
2. There are 2 ways to enter an
ID number:
a. If you do nothing else, the last
number transmitted or received
will be sent out.
OR
b. Enter the new 6-digit ID number
from the keypad.
Note: Once you have started entering numbers, the left arrow key [<]
will function as a backspace key.
The display changes to show the numbers as they are being entered. The
cursor will flash to indicate the location of the next digit to be entered.
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CALL PAGE PHON
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7 PRS
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9 WXY
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You Do
The Radio Does
If fewer than 6 digits are entered and
the PTT Switch is pressed, you will
hear a bad-keypress tone and the display will show “INVALID ENTRY.” A
bad-keypress tone will also be heard if
you try to enter a seventh digit or an
ID number that is not valid for the
system.
3. Press the PTT Switch.
The ID number is transmitted. If the
radio you are calling is on the air, you
will hear telephone-type ringing for 20
seconds, or until the called radio answers the call.
Press the HOME key to hang-up.
Note: If the radio you are calling is not
in service, you will not hear the ringing
and the display will show “NO
ACKNOWLEDGE.”
4. If the party you are calling does not
answer the call within 20 seconds,
The display will show “NO ANSWER”;
the telephone ringing will stop and an
alert tone will sound.
a. Press the HOME key to hang-up.
The radio will return to the current
Talkgroup.
OR
b. Press the PTT Switch to send a Page.
You will hear 5 beeps, indicating that
the system has received your ID number, the radio you are calling is on the
air and has received the page.
The radio will return to the current
Talkgroup.
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NO ACKNOWLEDGE
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2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
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9 WXY
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5. If the party you are calling answers,
carry on with your conversation in
the normal radio manner: press the
PTT Switch to talk; release the PTT
Switch to listen.
6. When you have finished your conversation, or if the number you are
calling does not answer or is not in
service, press the HOME key to
send the hang-up code.
The radio will return to the current
Talkgroup
Answering a Private Call
You Do
The Radio Does
If you press the PTT Switch before
you select “CALL” from the menu,
the response will be transmitted
to everyone in your Talkgroup, but
the person calling you will NOT be
able to hear you.
When your radio receives a Private
Call, you will hear two alert tones
[repeating every 5 seconds for 20 seconds], and the display will alternate
between “CALL RECEIVED” and the
current Talkgroup. The green LED and
call received status annunciator will
flash to indicate that a call is being
received. You will have 15-20 seconds
to answer the call before the radio
automatically returns to the current
Talkgroup.
1. To answer the call privately, press
the right arrow key [>] until
“CALL” appears in the display.
The display shows 3 choices: for
example, “CALL,” “PAGE,” and
“PHON.”
After viewing the caller’s ID number, you can decide to either talk
privately [go to step 2], or not
answer the call by letting the remainder of the 20 seconds elapse
and returning to the current
Talkgroup.
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The display will show the incoming
caller’s ID number, and the call received annunciator will turn off. The
caller’s ID number will remain on the
display for the duration of the call.
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B
C
CALL RECEIVED
Blue Button
CALL PAGE PHON
PTT Switch
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
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You Do
The Radio Does
2. Press the key below CALL. The
display changes to show the
ID number of the calling party.
The display changes to show ID number of calling party.
3. Press the PTT Switch.
You are now on a PVT Call between
you and one other radio user.
4. When you have finished your conversation, press the HOME key to
hang-up.
The radio will return to the current
Talkgroup.
Blue Button Operations (see diagram on previous page)
The Blue button on the side of the MTS 2000 portable radio is now the “Answer
All” button. For a backlight button, press a digit (1-9).
The Blue button can also be used to answer Private Calls or Telephone Calls to
your radio. Previously, you would have to use the Menu of the radio to answer
Private Calls or Telephone Calls.
When you see the words CALL or PHONE CALL in your display, you may now
answer those calls by pressing the Blue button and then respond by pushing the
PTT Switch button and speaking.
On the MCS 2000 mobile radios, the #2 button on the microphone will now function the same as the Blue button.
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SECTION III: PORTABLE RADIO EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
This section contains information and procedures for operation of the portable
radio during an emergency situation.
What You Will Learn
In This Section
The objective of this section is to explain how to
use your portable radio for sending and receiving
an emergency alarm. You will learn how to:
• send an emergency alarm/call
• respond to an emergency alarm/call
• cancel an emergency alarm/call
What Questions This
Section Will Answer
This section answers the following questions:
1. How do I alert others that an emergency
situation has occurred?
2. What happens when an emergency alarm is sent?
3. How does my portable radio function during
an emergency?
4. How do I cancel an emergency alarm, whether
accidentally or intentionally sent?
Term
Definition
Central Controller
A computer that controls the radio system. It is
located in the Electric Building.
Dispatch Consoles
Computers located in the ECC [monitors the
Electric System on a 24-hour basis] and in Crew
Dispatch.
ECC
Energy Control Center, the department whose
responsibility is to analyze incoming information
from SCADA and trouble calls and to provide
repair solutions for field service units. This center
operates 24-hours a day and accepts customer calls
during non-business hours.
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Emergency
An incident where injury to District personnel or
destruction of District property is imminent or has
already occurred.
Emergency Alarm Sequence
The sequence of events that take place once an
emergency alarm has been sent by pressing the
Emergency Button.
Emergency Button
Orange button located on the top of the portable
radio. Pressing it for .75 seconds begins the
emergency alarm sequence. Pressing it again for 3
seconds cancels the emergency alarm; however, the
alarm will not shut-off in ECC until acknowledged
by Dispatcher.
Emergency Talkgroup
A Talkgroup that is automatically engaged between
the sending radio and the dispatch consoles.
PTT Switch
The large Push-To-Talk [PTT] Switch located on
the side of the radio. Pressing the PTT Switch
allows you to talk during a transmission or
telephone call. When the PTT Switch is released
[not being pressed], you can hear the conversations of other radio operators or the person on the
telephone interconnect.
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Emergency Operation Concepts
An individual is instructed to use the emergency button if the event or situation involves PUD personnel and requires an aide car, paramedics or police. Any
electrical contact requires calling an aide car and hence the use of the emergency
button.
Not all emergencies warrant the use of the emergency button. Events or situations not requiring an aide car or police should be reported to ECC (Station 1)
using the regular trunked ECC Talkgroups.
An event qualifies as an emergency if it is a life-and-death situation involving
PUD employees or the public where a person is down because of electrical contact, falls, profuse bleeding, stroke or any condition that warrants medical treatment, such as:
• Burns [body or eyes] - thermal, electrical or chemical
• Inhalation [difficulty breathing] - smoke or chemical
• Unconscious - not breathing
• Crushing or penetrating injury
• Amputation - fingers, toes, limbs
• Spinal injuries
• Allergic reaction - ingestion, injection, inhalation, or absorption
• Head injuries - decreased level of consciousness, combativeness, breathing
difficulty, seizures
If you accidentally press the emergency button, you must clear the alarm
with a radio call to an ECC dispatcher. Turning your radio off will NOT clear
the alarm on the dispatch console. See procedure for clearing emergency alarm.
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Sending An Emergency Alarm
“Emergency” signals a critical situation where injury to District and other
personnel or destruction of District property is imminent or has already
occurred. It should never be used for any other reason.
NOTE: The emergency button will only work when the radio is positioned in a
trunked Talkgroup. The DIRECT 1 and DIRECT 2 positions (C1 & C2) operate in
conventional mode, rendering the emergency button inoperable.
You Do
The Radio Does
1. Press the orange Emergency
Button for .75 seconds.
The red LED lights and the emergency
signal is transmitted. A central
acknowledgement (1 beep) indicates
that the alarm was received by the
system.
A console acknowledgement (five
beeps) and an “ACK RECEIVED” in
the display indicate that the alarm was
received by the dispatch console. The
alarm will continue at the dispatch
console until cleared by a dispatcher,
only after communications with the
individual who set off the alarm.
The display will flash alternately between “EMERGENCY” and the
Talkgroup you were using when the
emergency button was pushed.
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A
B
C
Orange
Emergency Button
EMERGENCY
PTT Switch
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Communicating Alarm Situation with Dispatcher
The emergency alarm feature will operate in two different ways depending on
which talkgroup category you are using when the emergency button is pushed.
If at all possible, District policy prescribes that all emergency alarms be transmitted over the ECC talkgroups. If you can reasonably switch to an ECC talkgroup
before pressing the emergency button, it would allow more people to hear your
emergency situation and possibly offer immediate assistance. Emergency alarms
from all talkgroups will be acknowledged equally.
If you are on ECC 1-3 talkgroups when you push the emergency button, the following occurs:
• Your emergency alarm is transmitted to everyone else on that ECC
talkgroup. Other radio displays on that talkgroup will flash alternately between “EMERGENCY RECEIVED” and the ECC talkgroup they are on.
• You must press the Push to Talk (PTT) button to communicate with the
dispatcher.
• Your conversation with Station 1 dispatchers is broadcast to everyone on
that ECC talkgroup.
• You will not be able to override any existing conversations on that
talkgroup. Upon noticing the “EMERGENCY RECEIVED” on their displays, all other users should cease to talk on that talkgroup.
• The emergency alarm can only be cleared after verbal communication with
the user of the alarming radio. Even if pushed by accident, you must respond to Station 1 via your radio for clearing the alarm.
If you are on any non-ECC talkgroup (i.e., “SUBSTATION”) when you push the
emergency button, the following occurs:
• Your emergency alarm is transmitted to Station 1 consoles only.
• Other radios on your talkgroup will not see that your radio is in the alarm
state.
• You must press the Push to Talk (PTT) button to communicate with the
dispatcher. You will automatically transmit on the “EMERGENCY”
talkgroup.
• Your conversation with Station 1 dispatchers is conducted on the “EMERGENCY” talkgroup and is a private emergency call between you and the
dispatcher.
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• The dispatcher can, if desired, add other talkgroups to your emergency call
via the console.
• You do not compete with any other voice users and are automatically
placed in the “EMERGENCY” talkgroup.
The emergency alarm can only be cleared after verbal communications with the
user of the alarming radio. Even if pushed by accident, you must respond to Station 1 via your radio for clearing the alarm (see previous page for Canceling an
Emergency Alarm).
Canceling an Emergency Alarm
Note: The emergency alarm is not turned off until acknowledged on the console by an ECC dispatcher. Turning your radio off does NOT clear the emergency alarm on the ECC dispatch consoles.
You Do
1. Press the orange Emergency
Button for 3 seconds, or until you
hear a medium-pitched emergency
exit tone.
The Radio Does
The radio will cease to flash
“EMERGENCY” and will return to
normal operation.
Although the emergency alarm is
cleared from your radio, it will still
alarm the ECC consoles until physically cleared by an ECC dispatcher.
The dispatcher will only clear the
alarm after receiving verbal communications from the user of the alarming
radio.
It is critical that all emergency
alarms, real or by accident, are
verbally communicated to the ECC
dispatchers.
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SECTION IV: RADIO INFORMATION AND CARE
This section contains information and procedures pertinent to the radio itself.
What You Will Learn
In This Section
The objective of this section is to provide a refererence for information about the radio not contained in Section I: General Information and Section II: Basic Radio Operation. You will learn
about:
• cleaning, servicing and handling of the radio
• identifying and using the various mechanical
devices on the radio
• important safety information
What Questions This
Section Will Answer
This section answers the following questions:
1. What do I do when the battery is low?
2. How do I handle the radio safely, for myself,
others and the radio itself?
3. What happens when the radio doesn’t work?
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Ordering, Installing and Removing Batteries
Ordering Batteries
When a battery is defective, order a new battery by calling the Telecommunications Department [783-5505] and requesting a replacement. Return the defective battery to Telecommunications [mail stop O1] for proper disposal. The
battery should come already charged and with the belt clip attached. If the belt
clip is not attached to a new battery, return it to Telecommunications.
Low Battery Alert
The battery will emit an alert tone and the Battery Status Annunciator [
]
will flash to indicate a low-battery condition if the battery voltage falls below the
low-voltage level. The tone will be emitted when the PTT Switch is released in the
transmit mode, and when the low-battery condition is detected in the receive
mode. Change or charge the battery within the hour.
Charging the Battery
When using a desk model charger, insert the radio in the charger. The red light
will be on as long as the radio is in the charger and the battery is charging. It will
take 12 to 16 hours to fully charge the battery.
When using a vehicle mount, first remove the universal connection cover.
Insert the radio in the vehicle mount and gently rotate handle at the top. The battery will charge within one hour in the vehicle mount charger. Red light means
charging, and green light means charged.
Removing the Battery (see diagram on page 60)
1. Turn off the radio and hold it so that the battery side of the radio is tilted
down.
2. Press down on the two battery release levers.
3. With the release levers pulled down, the top of the battery will come apart
from the radio.
4. Remove the battery completely away from the radio.
WARNING: For disposal, nickel-cadmium batteries must be delivered to an
authorized metals reclamation dealer, which is done when necessary by the
Telecommunications Department. Return all defective batteries to Telecommunications, mail stop O1.
Do not dispose of any batteries in a fire, as they may explode.
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Installing the Battery (see diagram on page 60)
1. Turn off the radio and hold it with the back of the radio facing up.
2. Place the two notched tabs of the battery [located at the inside base of the
battery] into the metal cutouts of the radio [located at the inside base of the
radio].
3. Rotate the battery toward the radio and press the top of the battery into the
radio until both battery release levers “click” into place.
Battery Information
The radio receives its power [7.5Vdc] from a rechargeable nickel-cadmium
battery. These batteries are a safe, dependable power source for your radio.
Proper care of the battery when not in the radio will insure its effectiveness and
allow for peak radio performance.
Care should be taken to avoid external [outside the radio] short circuiting of
the battery.
Continuous charging is harmful to the battery. The radio should not be left in
the charger for longer than a weekend.
WARNING: A sustained high-rate discharge [for example, a paper clip placed accidentally
across the battery contacts] may permanently damage the battery, void the battery warranty, and create a burn or fire hazard.
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Opening the Battery Compartment
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Cleaning and Handling the Radio
Cleaning
Clean external surfaces of the radio with a mild detergent [other solutions,
such as solvents, may permanently damage the radio housing] and a stiff, nonmetallic, short-bristled brush. Apply the detergent solution sparingly with the
brush, being careful not to allow excess detergent to remain entrapped near connectors and controls or in cracks and crevices. Do not submerse the radio in the
detergent solution. Dry the radio thoroughly with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Clean all battery contacts with a lint-free cloth to remove dirt, grease, or other
foreign material that may prevent good electrical connections.
Handling
•
•
•
•
•
Avoid physical abuse; do not pound, drop, or throw the radio unnecessarily. Do not carry the radio by the antenna.
Avoid subjecting the radio to an excess of liquids. Never allow the radio to
become submersed.
Avoid subjecting the radio to corrosives, solvents, or spirits.
Do not disassemble the radio in any way.
Replacement radios will not be issued for those with obvious abuse and
damage.
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Viewing Your Radio’s ID Number
The radio ID number is labeled on the front of the radio unit and always starts
with the numerals: ‘70’. If for some reason, you need to view the radio ID number
that is programmed into the radio unit, follow these steps:
You Do
The Radio Does
1. To view your radio’s ID number,
press the left arrow key [<] until
“CALL” appears on
the display.
The display shows 3 choices; for
example, “CALL,” “PAGE” and
“PHON.”
2. Press the key below “CALL”
or “PAGE”.
The display changes to show the last
ID number transmitted or received.
3. Press the left arrow key [<] to view
“MY ID:”
The display changes to “MY ID:” followed by your radio’s ID number.
4. Press the HOME key to return the
radio to the home display.
The radio will return to the home display.
FCC Safety Standards
The Federal Communications Commission [FCC], with its action in General
Docket 79-144, March 13, 1985, has adopted a safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC regulated equipment. Proper operation of your radio will result in user exposure substantially
below FCC recommended limits.
• Do not hold the radio with the antenna very close to, or touching, exposed
parts of the body, especially the face, ears, or eyes, while transmitting. Hold
the radio in a vertical position with the microphone two to three inches
away from the lips.
• Do not hold the transmit switch [PTT Switch] on when not actually desiring
to transmit.
• Do not allow children to play with any radio equipment containing a transmitter.
• Do not operate radio transmitters near explosive blasting caps. The transmitted radio energy may trigger a blasting cap and cause an explosion.
[Disable transmission or turn the radio off in blast zones.]
• Do not operate radio transmitters in an explosive atmosphere unless it is a
type especially qualified for such use. An explosion may result. [PUD
radios are NOT qualified for use near explosives.]
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CALL PAGE PHON
2 ABC
3 DEF
3
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
*
0
#
▲
1
HOME
MY ID: 708888
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• Do not replace or charge batteries in a hazardous atmosphere. Contact sparking may occur while installing or removing batteries and cause an explosion.
• Turn radio off when removing or installing a battery.
Using the Keypad
The keypad controls or inputs data to many of your radio’s features. The upper 12 keys are arranged and function like a standard telephone keypad. The bottom three keys are the left arrow key [<], HOME key, and right arrow key [>].
Selecting a Feature:
The display, combined with the top three buttons of the keypad, gives quick
access to many of the radio’s features without having to have a dedicated mechanical key for each feature.
The names of the features [CALL, PAGE, etc.] are shown on the display, three
at a time, with key-like outlines to make them look like keys.
Selection of features is controlled by the three keys directly below the feature
names: the left key controls the left feature, the middle key controls the middle
feature, and the right key controls the right feature.
Left and Right Arrow Keys:
The left [<] and right [>] arrow keys are used to scroll the display forward or
backward through the radio’s features and lists. There is no end-point to the list,
so if you continue to scroll in one direction, the display will “wrap around” back
to the beginning of the list. If you hold either key down, the display will scroll at a
faster rate until the key is released.
The left arrow key is also used for editing when you are entering information
manually from the keypad. Pressing the left arrow key will backspace, and erase
the display, one character at a time. If you have erased all the digits, an additional
press of the left arrow key will return the display to the preprogrammed list.
HOME Key:
The HOME key will always return you to the home [default/programmed]
Talkgroup. This will be the current Talkgroup [Zone] as selected (see Programmable Home Button, p. 25). In addition, if you are using a feature that requires it,
pressing the HOME key will also cause information to be saved in memory before
going to the home display. Some radio features will automatically go to the home
display when they are completed, without have to press the HOME key, thus reducing the number of keypresses required.
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1
2 ABC
3 DEF
3
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
*
0
#
HOME
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
*
0
#
HOME
▲
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
*
0
#
▲
1
HOME
HOME
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Interpreting the Indicator LED
The Indicator LED on top of the radio indicates radio operating conditions.
A. With PTT Switch pressed [radio transmitting]:
Description
Indicates
Continuous Red LED
Normal transmission.
LED Unlit
Radio is not transmitting.
B. With PTT Switch released [radio receiving]:
Description
Indicates
Blinking Green Light
Receipt of a Telephone Call, Private
Call, or Page.
Blinking Red Light
Talkgroup is busy.
Servicing the Radio
Proper repair and maintenance procedures will assure efficient operation and
long life for this product. If you suspect a radio problem, check the following
items before requesting service from the PUD Telecommunications Department
(extension 5505).
1. Radio Checks:
• Be sure the radio is turned on and the Talkgroup Selector Knob is in the
proper position.
• Replace the battery.
• The antenna must be screwed on properly, with its base flush against the
top of the radio.
• Try operating the radio from several different locations, especially when
using the radio inside buildings.
• Check the transmitter by transmitting to an alternate portable radio.
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2. Operating Instructions:
Review your operating instructions and ensure that you are using the radio
properly.
3. Problem Not Solved:
If, after following steps 1 and 2, your radio still has a problem, contact the
PUD Telecommunications Department at (425) 783-5505.
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MOTOROLA 900 MHZ
MOBILE RADIO
MCS 2000
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
*
0
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
MOBILE RADIO OPERATIONS
Mobile Radio Introduction ..................................................................................... 69
Section V: General Information .............................................................................. 71
What is the Coverage and Transmitting Distance of the Radio System? ............... 72
How are Radio ID Numbers assigned? ....................................................................... 72
Who will have Radios? .................................................................................................. 72
What are Talkgroups? ................................................................................................... 72
Where Do I Go for Help With My Radio? .................................................................... 73
How Does the Computerized Radio System Work? ................................................... 73
What Happens When the Computer System Fails? ................................................... 73
How “Failsoft” Works ------------------------------------------------------- 73
Identifying Controls and Buttons ............................................................................... 74
Programmable Buttons ---------------------------------------------------- 76
Interpreting the Display ............................................................................................... 78
Status Annunciators -------------------------------------------------------- 78
Section VI: Basic Mobile Radio Operation ............................................................ 81
Interpreting the Mobile Radio Alert Tones ................................................................ 84
Turning the Mobile Radio On or Off ........................................................................... 87
Selecting a Zone and Talkgroup .................................................................................. 88
Mobile Radio Transmission Procedures .................................................................... 89
Transmitting from a mobile radio ----------------------------------------- 89
Receiving a Transmission on the mobile radio ---------------------------- 90
Paging Procedures ........................................................................................................ 91
Sending a Page -------------------------------------------------------------- 91
Answering a Page ----------------------------------------------------------- 92
Telephoning Procedures .............................................................................................. 93
Making a Telephone Call --------------------------------------------------- 93
Receiving a Telephone Call ------------------------------------------------- 94
Calling a Radio from a Telephone ------------------------------------------ 95
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Private Call Procedures ................................................................................................ 95
Making a Private Call ------------------------------------------------------- 96
Answering a Private Call --------------------------------------------------- 97
Programmable Features .............................................................................................. 98
User Programmable Buttons ----------------------------------------------- 98
Programming the Buttons ------------------------------------------------- 98
The SCAN Feature --------------------------------------------------------- 100
Turning SCAN Feature On or Off ----------------------------------------- 100
Programming the SCAN Feature ----------------------------------------- 102
Using the Microphone Keypad and Buttons ............................................................ 104
Using the Microphone Keypad -------------------------------------------- 104
Using the Three Buttons on the Microphone ----------------------------- 106
Section VII: Mobile Radio Emergency Operations .............................................109
Emergency Operation Concepts ............................................................................... 111
Sending an Emergency Alarm on the Mobile Radio .............................................. 112
Communicating Alarm Situation with Dispatcher ................................................. 113
Canceling an Emergency Alarm on the Mobile Radio ........................................... 114
Section VIII: Mobile Radio Information and Care .............................................115
Viewing Your Radio’s ID Number ............................................................................. 115
FCC Safety Standards ................................................................................................. 116
Servicing the Radio .................................................................................................... 116
Section IX: Appendix .............................................................................................117
This section contains information that is updated periodically.
• A: 900 MHz Radio Index by Department
• B: 900 MHz Radio Index by Last Name
• C: 900 MHz Radio Index by Radio ID Number
• D: Simple Radio Protocol/Phonetic Alphabet
• E: Radio Failsoft Operations List
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PUD RADIO OPERATIONS MANUAL: MOBILE
This manual as written for those employees who use 900Mhz mobile radio (MCS
2000) to access the PUD’s radio network system. It gives information and procedures for proper usage. This supplement does not tell how to program or repair
the mobile unit. For that information, see the vendor’s manual.
The sections of the Mobile Radio manual are:
Section V:
General Information
This section contains information applicable to
the use of mobile radios within the PUD environment. It answers the questions:
What is the coverage and transmitting distance
of the radio system?
How are the radio ID numbers assigned?
Who will have radios?
What are Talkgroups?
Where do I go for help with my radio?
How does the computerized radio system work?
What happens when the computer system fails?
Identifying controls, switches, indicators, and
connectors
Interpreting the display
Section VI:
Basic Mobile Radio
Operation
This section contains information and procedures
of day-to-day operations of the mobile radio on
the job, including:
Interpreting the mobile radio alert tones
Turning the mobile radio on and off
Selecting a Talkgroup
Transmission procedures
Paging procedures
Telephoning procedures
Private Call procedures
Programmable features
Using the microphone keypad and buttons
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Section VII:
Emergency Operations
This section contains information and procedures
for operation during an emergency situation,
including:
Emergency operation concepts
Sending an emergency alarm
Communicating emergency alarm with
dispatcher
Canceling an emergency alarm
Section VIII:
Mobile Radio
Information and Care
This section contains information and procedures
pertinent to the mobile radio itself. Use this
section for reference for other than basic operation of your mobile radio, including:
Servicing the mobile radio
FCC safety standards
Viewing your radio’s ID number
This section contains information that is updated
periodically.
Section IX:
Appendix
• A: 900 MHz Radio Index by Department
• B: 900 MHz Radio Index by Last Name
• C: 900 MHz Radio Index by Radio ID Number
• D: Simple Radio Protocol/Phonetic Alphabet
• E: Radio Failsoft Operations List
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SECTION V: GENERAL INFORMATION
This section contains information applicable to the use of mobile radios within the
PUD radio system.
What You Will Learn:
In This Section
The objective of this section is to explain the
PUD’s radio system. You will learn about:
• coverage and transmitting distance of the
radio system
• radio assignments
• groupings of radio users [Talkgroups]
• the computerized radio system’s configuration
• what happens when parts of the radio system
fail
What Questions This
Section Will Answer:
This section answers the following questions:
1. What is the coverage and transmitting distance of the radio system?
2. How are radio ID numbers assigned?
3. Who will have radios?
4. What are Talkgroups?
5. How does the computerized radio system
work?
6. What happens when the computer system
fails?
General Information Concepts
The PUD is installing a computerized radio system to provide:
• Emergency alarm capabilities.
• Better communication for field staff through the use of a repeater system
that allows everyone in a Talkgroup to hear both sides of conversation
within that Talkgroup.
• More available channels.
• Increased coverage.
• Access to the telephone system for making and receiving telephone calls.
• Paging capabilities.
• An electronic event log for easier troubleshooting.
The Telecommunications Department is responsible for maintaining the Radio System. It maintains an inventory of radios, programs the radios, and assigns
a unit number to each one.
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In the event of radio system failure, the “failsoft” system allows continued use
of radios in a conventional two-way mode until the computer system can be restored. Other problems with the radio units can be referred to the Telecommunications Department.
What is the Coverage and Transmitting Distance of the Radio
System?
The Telecommunications Department is in the process of ensuring coverage of
the entire county and all services areas of the PUD. Please refer to the chart in the
Appendix for current coverage. Some low-lying, heavily wooded, or urban areas
may have limited coverage. If you are nearing the edge of the covered area, try
moving a few feet to avoid interference and gain longer transmitting distance.
How are Radio ID Numbers assigned?
All radio unit ID numbers are six (6) digits. Typically, they begin with either “70”
generally followed by the assigned employee’s 4-digit telephone extension number, “0” followed by the assigned vehicle’s 3-digit ID number, “9” followed by the
employee’s 3-digit radio number, or “90” followed by a 2-digit radio number. (See
Appendix C.)
Who will have Radios?
During the implementation of the Radio System, work groups will be trained on
its use and assigned radio units over time. For a current list, please see the Appendix A, B or C
What are Talkgroups? Who’s in Which Talkgroup?
A Talkgroup is a connection between a specific group of radios. Each radio unit is
assigned to a “home” Talkgroup based on work groups. During day-to-day or
storm-related activity, System Dispatch may ask radio users to temporarily select
other Talkgroups when the radio unit’s user is assigned to work in another area
with a different work group.
For example, when an outage occurs in an area where the assigned line crew is
already working on another problem, System Dispatch may send another line
crew to repair the outage. They will be able to communicate with the other crews
in that area by selecting the other crew’s Talkgroup. When the temporary assignment is completed, System Dispatch will ask radio users to switch the radio units
back to their assigned Talkgroups.
For a list of PUD Talkgroups, see Appendix A, B or C.
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Where Do I Go for Help With My Radio?
The Telecommunications Department is responsible for maintaining the Radio
System and the radio units. If your radio is not functioning properly, you need
new batteries, or have questions about radio operation, contact Telecommunications [Operations Center, 1st floor] at 425-783-5505.
How Does the Computerized Radio System Work?
The Radio System depends on the computer to control and allocate the radio resources — similar to the District’s telephone system that allocates ‘trunk lines’ to
GTE so that users can place telephone calls. The Radio System computers allocate
radio channels in a ‘trunk line’ operation. This makes sure that users get features
and channels when required. It also permits management of the system to document when expansion is required.
• In current system, only Dispatch and mobile units around the area can hear.
• In the Simulcast system, all radio units within a Talkgroup can hear.
• Simulcast Remote Sites use base stations to connect to the main system.
• The Main and Alternate Computers are housed at the Electric Building.
• Darrington and Index Base Stations are not on the Simulcast System but
can be patched into it by Dispatch when required.
See the Appendix for configuration diagrams of the Radio System.
What Happens When the Computer System Fails?
The “failsoft” system ensures that you will continue to have radio communications capability in the event of computer system failure. During operation, the
radio will automatically go into failsoft operation if the central controller fails for
any reason. While in failsoft, your radio will transmit and receive on a predetermined frequency on a conventional, as opposed to computerized, channel.
How “Failsoft” Works
When the radio is in failsoft operation, you will hear a faint “beeping” sound every ten seconds. At the same time, the display will alternate between showing
“FAILSOFT” and the current active Talkgroup.
You will lose the following features:
• Emergency Alarms
• Private Call
• Telephone Call
• Paging
In other words, your radio becomes like a two-way radio. You should observe
standard two-way radio transmission protocol by not “talking over” someone
who is already transmitting.
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When the computer system returns to normal operation, the radio will automatically leave the failsoft operation and return to computerized operation.
Identifying Controls and Buttons
Identify the various parts of your radio below, then refer to the sections named for
more information about features and functions they perform and how to use
them. Refer to drawing on next page.
Name
Use
Refer To
A. On/Off/Volume
Control
Push the button in to turn the radio
on and turn control to adjust the
volume level of incoming transmissions.
Section VI:
Turning the
Mobile Radio
On or Off
B. LED Status
Indicators
Section V:
Indicates the radio operating status:
Intepreting the
Green, flashing - incoming Call
Display
or Page.
Red, continuous - radio transmitting.
Orange, continuous - system busy
C. Display
Provides visual information about
many of the radio’s features and status.
Section V:
Intepreting the
Display
D. Talkgroup
Selector Control
Selects the operating Talkgroup
or Zone.
Section VI:
Selecting a
Talkgroup and
Section V:
What is a
Talkgroup?
E. Microphone
Accepts voice input to the radio.
Section VI:
Transmission
Procedures
F. Push-To-Talk
(PTT) Switch
Engages the transmitter and puts
the radio in the transmit mode. Push
to talk, release to listen.
Section VI:
Transmission
Procedures
G. Microphone
Connector
Plug-in for microphone.
Section VI:
Transmission
Procedures
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A
On/Off Volume
Control
B
C
LED Status
Indicators
Talkgroup/
Zone Selector
Control
D
Display
Opt
Home
Menu
Sel
Zone
Page
H/L
G
Phon
Scan
Call
Microphone
Connector
F
Push-To-Talk
(PTT) Switch
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Programmable Buttons
Name
Use
Refer To
1. Zone
Used for Zone Selection. Push button
and turn Zone Selector Knob (D)
Section VI:
Basic Radio Op
2. Page
Press button to send a page to
another radio.
Section VI:
Paging Proc.
3. Dim Display
Press this button to control the
brightness of the display backlighting.
4. Emergency
Press this button to invoke the
emergency function.
Section VII:
Emer. Proc.
5. User
Programmable
This button can be programmed by
the user to go directly to a particular
Zone and Ttalkgroup.
Section VI:
Programmable
Features
7. Phone
Press this button to get dial-tone and
make a telephone call.
Section VI:
Teleph. Proc.
8. Scan
Press this button to turn Scan ON/
OFF or to program Scan list.
Section VI:
SCAN Features
9. Private Call
Press this button to initiate or answer
a Private Call.
Section VI:
Priv. Call Proc.
10. Menu
Press this button to make a menu
selection. Use the Talkgroup/Zone
Selector Control to display desired
function, then press select (SEL).
Used for programming functions.
Section VI:
Programmable
Features
11. Select
Press this button to select the menu
or function currently displayed.
Section VI:
Pgm. Features
12. Home
Press the Home button to exit a
function. Returns the radio to the
home Talkgroup, position A-1.
Section VI:
Select. Talkgroup
13. User
Programmable
This button can be programmed by
the user to go directly to a particular
Zone and Talkgroup.
6. Not used
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STATUS INDICATORS
Green flashing:
Incoming call or Call Alert Page
Red continuous:
Transmitting
Orange continuous:
Receiving/Busy
On/Off
Volume
Talkgroup/Zone
Selector
Annunciators
13
12
10
11
1
[Alphanumeric characters
displayed here]
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
8
Microphone
Connector
PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS
1. Zone
7.
2. Page
8.
3. Dim Display
9.
4. Emergency
10.
5. User Programmable
11.
6. Not used
12.
13.
Phone
Scan
Private Call
Menu
Select
Home (A-1)
User Programmable
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Interpreting the Display
The display for this radio contains annunciators, alphanumeric characters, and
status indicators. (See previous page for diagram.)
• Three-color status indicators show the status of the radio:
- Green (flashing): incoming Call/Private Call or Call Alert page
- Red (continuous): radio is transmitting
- Orange (continuous): system/channel is busy; on a secure-equipped radio,
an incoming clear (non-secure) call
• Annunciators are symbols, used as supplemental display indicators, to
remind the user when specific features are active.
• Alphanumeric characters provide messages and menu options to the
user.
Status Annunciators
Up to seven different annunciators (symbols) can appear in the radio’s display, as
shown in the illustration on the previous page.
Annunciator
Indicates
Monitor on (carrier squelch on)
Secure transmit operation enabled. (NOT USED)
Scanning has been turned on.
List view (icon on solid);
list programming (icon flashes)
Your radio is communicating directly with another radio
and not through a repeater. This is referred to as
“talkaround.”
The radio has received a page, private call, or has entered
one of these features.
The radio has entered the telephone interconnect feature
or a phone call is being received.
ON = Feature is being accessed. FLASHING = feature programming in progress.
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Annunciators
Opt
Home
Menu
Sel
Zone
Page
H/L
Phon
Scan
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SECTION VI: BASIC MOBILE RADIO OPERATION
This section contains information and procedures for day-to-day operation of the
mobile radio on the job.
What You Will Learn
In This Section
The objective of this section is to explain how to
use your mobile radio for those functions you will
need on a daily basis. You will learn how to:
• turn the mobile radio on and off
• select a Zone and Talkgroup
• adjust display intensity
• turn tones on or off
• transmit and receive messages
• send a Page or respond to a Page
• make or receive a Telephone Call
• make or receive a Private Call
What Questions This
Section Will Answer
This section answers the following questions:
1. What are the functions of the mobile radio
that are used in the PUD system?
2. How do I operate my mobile radio?
Term
Definition
Alert Tone
An audible sound emitted by the radio to alert you
to an operating condition of the radio.
Annunciator
A symbol permanently shown on the display above
the alpha-numeric characters. Indicates status of
certain radio features.
Channel
A base station resource controlled only by the
system’s computers.
Display
Small screen on the front of the radio which
provides visual information during operation.
ID Number
Six-digit number, beginning with “70,” assigned to
each radio for identification purposes, much like a
telephone number.
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LCD [Liquid-Crystal Display]
The type of small screen on the front of the radio
which provides visual information during operation.
LED,
Indicator LED
The red/green light-emitting diode [LED]
located on the top of the radio which indicates the
radio’s status.
Page, Paging
Radio feature that allows one radio operator to
leave a request for another to contact him/her.
Private Call
Radio feature that allows one radio operator to
carry on a conversation [transmission] with
another radio operator without other members of
the Talkgroup being able to hear.
Protocol
Conventions and standards for transmissions on
the PUD radio system.
PTT Switch
The large Press-To-Talk [PTT] Switch located on
the side of the radio. Pressing the PTT Switch
allows you to talk during a transmission or
telephone call. When the PTT Switch is released
[not being pressed], you can hear the conversations of other radio operators or the person on the
telephone interconnect.
Talkgroup
A connection between a specific group of radios,
typically by department of job function.
Telephoning,
Telephone Interconnect
The radio feature that allows you to use your radio
similarly to a telephone. The radio system accesses
the telephone interconnect [PUD telephone
system] for you.
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Timing Out
The time-out timer feature limits the amount of
time that you can continuously transmit on a
Talkgroup. If you hold down the PTT Switch longer
than the allotted time:
• A pre-alert warning tone will be generated four
seconds before termination of your transmission
to warn you that your conversation is about to be
cut off.
• Four seconds later your transmission is terminated and an alert tone is emitted until the PTT
Switch is released.
Transmit
To broadcast voice or data over air waves.
Transmitter
The device used to convert sound waves (voice) or
computer data to electromagnetic energy for
broadcast.
Zone
A grouping of Talkgroups accessed through the
Zone Selector Switch [3-position (A,B,C) toggle]
Switch or menu for Zones A-F.
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Interpreting the Mobile Radio Alert Tones
Alert Tone
Description
Successful Power-up
Refer To
A short, medium-pitched tone when
the radio is first turned on indicates
that the radio has passed its powerup self-test and is ready for use.
Unsuccessful Power-up A short, low-pitched tone when the
radio is first turned on indicates that
the radio has failed its power-up selftest and is not ready for use.
Invalid Mode
A continuous, low-pitched tone is
heard when an invalid or unprogrammed operation is attempted on
the radio.
Valid [Good] Key Press A short, medium-pitched tone when
a keypad is pressed indicates that the
key press was accepted.
Invalid [Bad] Key
A short, low-pitched tone when a
keypad key is pressed indicates that
the key press was rejected
Emergency Alarm/
Call Exit
A continuous, medium-pitched tone
when the Emergency Button is
pressed indicates that the radio has
entered the emergency mode.
Failsoft
A faint “beeping” tone every 10 seconds indicates that the radio is operating in the failsoft mode.
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Alert Tone
Description
Refer To
Time-Out Timer
Warning
Your radio’s time-out timer limits
the length of your transmission time.
When you are pressing the PTT
Switch (transmitting), a short, lowpitched warning tone will sound four
seconds before the allotted time will
expire.
Time-Out Timer
Timed-Out
If you hold down the PTT Switch
longer than the time-out timer’s
allotted time, a continuous, lowpitched tone will sound, indicating
that your transmission has been cut
off. This tone will continue until the
PTT Switch is released.
Phone Busy
A “bah-bah-bah-bah” when telephone interconnect is accessed indicates that all available lines are busy
and the radio is in queue for the next
available phone line.
Page Received
A group of four medium-pitched
tones every five seconds indicates
that you rradio has received a Page.
Section VI:
Paging
Procedures
Page Sent
A single, medium-pitched tone,
followed by a group of four mediumpitched tones indicates that a Page
sent by your radio has been received
by the target radio.
Section VI:
Paging
Procedures
Private Call Received
A group of two medium-pitched
tones repeated every five seconds for
approximately 20 seconds indicates
that your radio has received a Private
Call.
Section VI:
Private Call
Procedures
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Alert Tone
Description
Refer To
Computer System
Busy
A “bah-bah-bah-bah” tone when the
system is accessed indicates that all
available channels are busy and your
radio is in queue for the next available channel.
Section VI:
Basic Mobile
Radio
Operation
Call Back
A group of three medium-pitched
tones [di-di-dit] indicates that a
Talkgroup is now available for your
previously requested transmission.
Section VI:
Basic Mobile
Radio
Operation
Talk Permit Tone
A group of three medium-pitched
tones [di-di-dit] indicates that a
Talkgroup is now available for your
requested transmission.
Section VI:
Basic Mobile
Radio
Operation
Basic Mobile Radio Operation Concepts
Your Snohomish County PUD mobile radio offers a number of advantages,
including fast system access, enhanced privacy, and ease of operation. Unlike the
portable radio, it is permanently installed in a vehicle.
As with the portable radios, there is no need to check to see if a channel is busy
before a transmission; however, you do need to listen for the alert tones before
you start talking to receive information about availability of channels and features you are trying to access. Only one attempt is required to access the computerized radio network system. If all channels are busy, the call request enters a
queue and the central controller automatically assigns the next available channel.
A high pitched “dih-dih-dit” [known as the “tweedle-dee”] tone sounds when the
call may be made.
The mobile radio is used in conjunction a palm microphone. The keypad is on the
microphone.
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Turning the Mobile Radio On or Off
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Turn the mobile radio on by pressing The mobile radio carries out a selfthe ON/OFF button (A) on the front test, and if it passes the check, the
left side of the radio.
display momentarily shows “SELF
TEST.”
If the radio fails the self check, the
display shows “ERROR XX/XX”
[where XX/XX is an alphanumeric
error code], accompanied by a badpower-up, low-pitched tone.
The radio is in the selected Talkgroup
when it powers-up. It is now set to
receive calls from this Talkgroup.
2. Adjust the volume to a comfortable
listening level by rotating the
ON/OFF button (A) clockwise to
increase the volume and counterclockwise to decrease the volume.
Volume adjusts accordingly.
3. Turn the mobile radio off by pressing the ON/OFF button (A) again.
The mobile radio powers off.
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Selecting a Zone and Talkgroup on the Mobile Radio
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Press the Zone Button (1) or
select ZONE from the menu.
The Zone portion of the display will
begin to flash.
2. Rotate the Mode Selector (D) to
scroll to the desired Zone.
The display will scroll through the
available Zones: A, B, C, D, E, F, G or H.
3. Press the Select Button (13) when
the desired Zone is displayed.
The Zone stops flashing.
4. Rotate the Mode Selector (D) to
scroll to the desired Talkgroup.
The display will scroll through the
Talkgroups in the selected Zone.
5. Stop rotating the Mode Selector
when the desired Talkgroup is
displayed.
The radio will send and receive transmissions within the displayed
Talkgroup.
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Mobile Radio Transmission Procedures
Transmitting from the Mobile Radio
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Lift the microphone out of its
The red indicator (B) will light during
holder and press the PTT Switch (F). transmission. Permit to Talk Tone
Wait until you hear the 3 quick
sounds like “di-di-dit.”
beeps, telling you that the
computers have assigned you
a channel.
If the busy tone sounds, release the
PTT Switch and wait for the automatic call back tone.
The orange LED indicator (B) will
light when the radio is receiving a
transmission. Busy Tone = a lowfrequency “bah-bah-bah-bah.”
When you hear the call back tone
[“tweedle-dee”], you will have
three seconds to press and hold
the PTT Switch, allowing you to
make your call without getting
another busy signal.
Call Back Tone - sounds like
“di-di-dit.”
If a continuous talk-prohibit tone
is heard when the PTT Switch is
pressed, transmission is not
possible.
Talk-Prohibit Tone = continuous lowpitched tone. The radio may be out of
range or there is no channel available.
If the radio is out of range, check
The display will alternate between
the coverage chart for the closest
“OUT OF RANGE” and the current
place where you can be within range. Talkgroup. The red LED indicator
(may flash several times as the radio
tries to access the system.
2. Wait until you hear the 3 quick
beeps (the “Tweedle-dee”), telling
you that the computers have
assigned you a channel.
When the computer has allocated a
channel to you, you will hear 3 quick
beeps (Call Back Tone).
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You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
With the PTT Switch pressed, speak
slowly and clearly into the microphone, keeping a distance of 2 inches
to 4 inches. When your transmission
is completed, release the PTT Switch
to listen.
3. Carry on with your conversation in
the normal radio manner: Press the
PTT Switch to talk; release the
PTT Switch to listen.
Receiving a Transmission on the Mobile Radio
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. When the mobile radio is on, select
the Talkgroup. Note: See Selecting
a Zone and Talkgroup above.
Your mobile radio is now set to
receive calls on the selected Talkgroup.
2. Listen until you hear a transmission,
then adjust the ON/OFF VOLUME
knob for a comfortable listening level.
3. Lift the microphone off-hook.
4. Carry on with your conversation in the
normal radio manner: press and hold
the PTT button to talk; release the
PTT button to listen.
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Paging Procedures
The Page feature allows a radio to transmit a call alert with your radio ID to a
selected radio. An acknowledgment display will show if the selected radio receives
your alert. The radio can receive and respond to Pages from other radios [not
telephones], and send Pages to them.
The Page feature operates across Talkgroups. The radio ID Number of the
person paging you can be displayed by depressing your Page button. To respond
to a page when the paging radio is in a different Talkgroup, select the caller’s
Talkgroup. Follow normal transmission procedures as previously described.
(Note: return to home Talkgroup when finished.)
Sending a Page
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Select the Home Talkgroup of the
person you are paging.
The radio displays the selected
Talkgroup.
2. Press the Page Button (11) or select
PAGE from the menu.
The Page annunciator displays, along
with the last transmitted or received
radio ID.
The display changes to show the num3. To send a Page to the last radio ID
transmitted or received, simply press bers as they are being entered. The
the PTT Switch on the microphone. cursor will flash to indicate the location of the next digit to be entered.
To send a Page to another radio,
enter the six-digit radio ID using
the keypad on the microphone;
then press the PTT Switch.
Note: Once you have started entering numbers, the left arrow key [<]
will function as a backspace key.
If you hear 5 beeps:
If fewer than 6 digits are entered and
the PTT Switch is pressed, you will
hear a bad-keypress tone and the display will show “INVALID ENTRY.” A
bad-keypress tone will also be heard if
you try to enter a seventh digit.
The ID number is transmitted.
The system has received your ID number, the radio you are calling is on the
air and has received the page. The radio
will display “ACKNOWLEDGE”.
The radio will return automatically to
the current Talkgroup.
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The ID number has been received by the
system.
If you hear 1 beep:
The radio you are paging is not on the
air or not available. Your radio remains in the Page mode.
A low-pitched alert tone sounds and
the display changes to “NO
ACKNOWLEDGE”.
If after 6 seconds the called radio
fails to acknowledge the alert, you
can either:
Press the PTT Switch to send the
ID number again,
OR
Press the HOME key to exit and
return to the current Talkgroup.
Answering a Page
You Do
The Radio Does
When a Page is being received, you will
hear a recurring four-beep tone. The display will alternate between showing
the current Talkgroup and “PAGE
RECEIVED.” The green LED and call
received status annunciator will flash.
Note: Any button press, keypad press,
or Talkgroup change will turn off the
Page audible and visual indicators.
The display will show the Talkgroup
constantly; the audible alert, the green
LED, and the call/page received
annunciator will turn off.
1. Optional: To view the ID # of the
paging radio, press the Page
Button. Press the page button
again to exit Page function.
The display will show the ID number
of the radio that paged you.
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You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
2. Select the caller’s Talkgroup and
then press the PTT Switch to answer
on the Talkgroup.
Carry on your conversation in the
normal manner: press the PTT
Switch to talk; release the switch to
listen.
Note: Return to home Talkgroup when
finished.
Telephoning Procedures
The Telephone feature allows you to use your radio similarly to a standard telephone by accessing the PUD telephone interchange. You may use the same shortcuts as you do from the phone on a desk: the last four digits of in-house numbers
and dialing “9” for and outside line. You can also call a radio from a telephone.
this section will describe this feature.
Remember that on a radio transmission, only one person can talk at a time.
Before talking, the person using the telephone to talk to a radio must wait for a
beep that indicates the radio operator has released the PTT Switch. The radio
operator must press and hold the PTT Switch to talk and release it to listen.
Both parties will hear a high-pitched alert tone fifteen seconds before the call
times out; you will then have 15 seconds to complete your conversation.
Making a Telephone Call
You Do
1. Select the phone feature by pressing
the Phone Button (7).
The Mobile Radio Does
The display will show the last number dialed.
a. If the message times out or
“NO PHONE” displays, press
HOME or the Phone Button to
hang-up and start again.
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The Mobile Radio Does
2. If you want to call the last number
dialed, press the PTT Switch. If you
want to call a different number,
enter it using the keypad, using any
of the numeric [0 - 9] keys. The left
arrow allows backspacing to correct
errors. Then press the PTT Switch.
After you press the PTT Switch, you
will either:
3. If your call does not go through, you
will hear a constant tone. Push your
HOME key to hang-up and start again.
2) if the telephone interconnect is
in use, a busy tone sounds immediately and “PHONE BUSY” is displayed. DO NOT HANG UP. When
a channel is available, your call will
automatically be dialed.
1) hear dial tone followed by the
sound of each digit dialed and then
ringing. If you get a busy signal, hit
HOME to cancel the call and try
again.
Receiving a Telephone Call
When your radio receives a telephone call, you will hear a telephone-type ringing
sound and the display will show “PHONE CALL.” The telephone annunciator will
appear in the upper right corner of the display.
You Do
1
The Mobile Radio Does
Enter the phone feature by pressing
the PHONE button (7).
The radio will not answer the
telephone call if you do not press the
PHONE button before pressing the
PTT button.
2. Carry on with your conversation in
the normal radio manner: Press and
hold the PTT Switch to talk; release
the PTT Switch to listen.
The radio system sends a beep to the
telephone when the PTT switch is
released, indicating to the person
on the phone that the line is clear to
talk.
3. When the call is completed, exit the
PHONE feature by pressing the
Phone Button.
The radio “hangs up” the telephone
interconnect and returns to normal
operation.
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Calling a Radio from a Telephone
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. If calling a radio located in the general You will hear a continuous highsimulcast area, dial ext. 8400 (from a pitched tone.
PUD phone) or 425-783-8400. This
function is available in the Darrington
area by calling 425-783-8500 and in the
Index area by calling 425-783-8600.
When the tone stops, enter the 6-digit
radio ID. See Appendix A, B, or C.
If the number you are calling is busy or
does not answer, hang up and try again.
OR
2. Caller hears ringing. User has about 10
seconds to answer the call. Follow the
directions for Receiving A Telephone Call.
3. If the radio user answers, carry on
with your conversation in the
normal radio manner.
The radio generates two go-ahead
beeps when the radio’s PTT Switch is
released. This signals the land-line
party to begin talking.
Private Call Procedures
The Private Call feature allows you to:
• carry on a conversation that is heard by only the two parties involved.
• determine whether the radio that you are calling is in service.
• leave your radio’s ID number with the radio you are calling so that you may
be called back.
• view the calling radio’s ID number before answering.
The private Call feature operates across Talkgroups. If the person you are calling on a Private Call is using a different Talkgroup than you are and that person
does not answer using the Private Call feature, you will NOT hear him or her, but
everyone on the other Talkgroup will. See Answering a Private Call below for details.
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Making a Private Call
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Press the Call Button.
The Private Call annunciator is
displayed, as well as the ID from the
most recent incoming Page or Private
Call to your radio, or outgoing Page or
Private Call transmitted from your radio.
2. There are 2 ways to enter an ID
number:
a. If you do nothing else before
Step 3, the last number transmitted
or received will be sent out
b. Enter the new 6-digit number from
the keypad.
The display changes to show the
numbers as they are being entered.
The cursor will flash to indicate the
location of the next digit to be entered.
3. Press and release the PTT Switch to
transmit a ring request to the
receiving radio.
The ID number is transmitted and the
display shows “PLEASE WAIT”. If
the receiving radio is on the air, you
will hear telephone-type ringing for 20
seconds, or until the called radio answers the call.
Note: If the radio you are calling is not
in service, you will not hear the ringing and the display will show “NO
ACKNOWLEDGE”.
4. If the party you are calling does not
answer the call within 20 seconds:
The display shows “NO ANSWER”,
the telephone ringing will stop and a
low-pitched tone will sound.
a. Press HOME to hang up, OR
a. The radio will return to normal
operations
b. Press the PTT Switch to send a Page. b. You will hear 5 beeps, indicating the
system has received your ID number,
the radio you are calling is on the air,
and it has received the Page.
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You Do
5. If the party you are calling answers,
carry on with your conversation in
the normal radio manner: press and
hold the PTT Switch to talk; release
the PTT Switch to listen.
The Mobile Radio Does
Your radio and the radio you called
will be in a “private” conversation
that no one else in the radio system
will be able to hear you.
6. When you have finished the conversa- The radio will return to normal
tion, press the Call button to hang up. operation.
Answering a Private Call
If you press the PTT Switch before you select the PRIVATE CALL button, the
response will be transmitted to everyone in your selected Talkgroup, but the
person calling you will NOT be able to hear you.
When your radio receives a Private Call, you will hear two alert tones [repeating every 5 seconds for 20 seconds], and the display will alternate between “CALL
RECEIVED” and the home display. The Private Call status annunciator will show
at the top of the display.
You will have 20 seconds to answer the call before the radio automatically
returns to the normal operation.
You Do
1. To respond to the private call, press
the Call Button.
After viewing the caller’s ID number,
you can decide to either talk privately
[go to step 2], or not answer the call
by letting the remainder of the 20
seconds elapse and returning to
normal operation.
The Mobile Radio Does
The display will show the incoming
caller’s ID number, and the call
received annunciator will turn off.
NOTE: If you do not enter the Private
Call feature [via the Call Button]
before pressing the PTT Switch, your
transmission will be made as a
Talkgroup transmission, rather than a
private call.
2. Press and hold the PTT Switch to talk. The caller’s ID number will remain on
the display for the duration of the call.
Carry on with your conversation in
the normal radio manner: press and
hold the PTT Switch to talk; release
the PTT Switch to listen.
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You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
3. When you have finished the conversation, press HOME to hang up.
The radio will return to normal
operation.
Programmable Features
The following sections describe programmable features and options on the mobile radio and microphone. Some of these features have been pre-programmed
via the radio’s software. Other programmable buttons and features can be programmed by the user. This section will describe which buttons and features you
can change and present specific directions for doing so.
User Programmable Buttons
There are four user programmable buttons. Two of these buttons are located on
the face of the mobile radio and are labeled “Ø” and “OPT”. The other two programmable buttons are the numbers “1” and “3” on the microphone keypad.
These buttons can be programmed to automatically change your Zone and
Talkgroup to a pre-determined location. For example, pressing the HOME button
always takes you to the A-1 Talkgroup. You can program the OPT button to go to
A-1, the Ø button to go to A-8 or any other frequently used Talkgroup. This feature prevents scrolling through with the Talkgroup/Zone selector control.
Programming the Buttons
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Select the Zone and Talkgroup you
would like to program a button for.
The display shows the Zone letter,
channel number, and Talkgroup
name.
2. Press the programmable button and
hold for approximately 2-3 seconds.
You will hear one acknowledgement
beep.
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On/Off
Volume
Talkgroup/Zone
Selector
Annunciators
13
12
10
11
1
[Alphanumeric characters
displayed here]
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Microphone
Connector
PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS
1. Zone
7.
2. Page
8.
3. Dim Display
9.
4. Emergency
10.
5. User Programmable
11.
6. Not used
12.
13.
User
Programmable
Phone
Scan
Private Call
Menu
Select
Home (A-1)
User Programmable
User
Programmable
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
*
0
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The SCAN Feature
The SCAN feature allows you to monitor activity on multiple Talkgroups. This
allows you to change your Zone/Talkgroup for another conversation while still
monitoring your HOME Talkgroup or other designated Talkgroups.
NOTE: You may miss activity on your selected Talkgroup while you are listening to a call on a scanned Talkgroup (for example, Private Call, Talkgroup Call,
Page, etc.).
The District policy for use of the SCAN feature is as follows:
• All non-Line-Department users will have radios programmed to scan their
A-1 and maybe A-2 user-selected Talkgroups.
• Operations and Everett Line Crew radios will be programmed to scan A-2,
ECC-2 EV-EA, and B-2 Everett.
• All local area office mobile radios will be programmed to scan the appropriate ECC Talkgroup (ECC-1 for North, ECC-2 for Everett and East, or ECC-3
for South), and the office Talkgroup [Arlington (B-1), Monroe (B-4),
Snohomish (B-5), South County (B-6), or Stanwood (B-7)].
Any deviations from this scan policy must be approved through your supervisor. Please note that scanning too many Talkgroups can cause confusion and
missed radio calls.
If you are temporarily assigned to another local office or crew outside your
normal working area, you may change your SCAN feature to correspond with
your new workgroup (see Programming the SCAN Feature below). You are required to change the SCAN feature to its original configuration upon return to
your normal workgroup.
Turning SCAN Feature On or Off
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. To turn the SCAN feature on, press
the SCAN button, but do not hold
down.
You will hear one acknowledgement
beep and see the SCAN symbol [
]
in the top left.
2. To turn the SCAN feature off, press
the SCAN button, but do not hold
down.
You will hear one acknowledgement
beep and the SCAN symbol [
] will
no longer be on the display.
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Home
Menu
Sel
Zone
A1 ECC-1 N
Page
H/L
Phon
Scan
Scan
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Programming the SCAN Feature
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Press the SCAN button and hold for
approximately 2-3 seconds.
The display will show a flashing list
view icon [
] indicating you are in
the list programming mode. A small
flashing arrow also points to the SCAN
button.
2. Use the Talkgroup/Zone selector
knob to scroll through the
Talkgroup/Zone list.
The display shows the Talkgroup/
Zone selected.
3. Press the SELECT (SEL) button
to turn SCAN on for that Talkgroup.
The display will show the SCAN
symbol [
] in the top left.
4. Press the SELECT button again to
turn SCAN off for that Talkgroup.
The SCAN symbol [
on the display.
5. When you have completed your
selected SCAN list, press SCAN to
save selections and return to normal
operating mode.
The list view programming icon is no
longer on the display.
] is no longer
The display returns to the Talkgroup
you had selected when you pressed the
SCAN button to begin programming.
The SCAN feature is automatically
turned ON.
See Section V: Interpreting the Display
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Annunciator
List Annunciator
(flashes when in
programming
mode)
User Programmable
Opt
Home
Menu
Sel
Sel
Zone
A1 ECC-1 N
Page
H/L
Phon
Scan
Scan
Call
User Programmable
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Using the Microphone Keypad and Buttons
The microphone has been programmed with some special features. For general
microphone use, see Section V: Idnetifying Controls and Buttons.
In addition to the two user progrmmable buttons “1” and “3” on the keypad,
other features have been pre-programmed. These features are intended to make
the microphone a useful tool in navigating and selecting Zones and Talkgroups.
Using the Microphone Keypad
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Press the number “2” on the keypad. This functions the same (“Answer
All”) as the Blue Button on the portable radio (see p. 48).
2. Press the number “4” on the keypad. The selected channel number
increases by one. The display now
shows a different Talkgroup.
For example, if the original Talkgroup
display was A1 ECC 1 N, after pressing
the number 4 on the keypad, the new
display would be A2 ECC 2 EV-EA.
3. Press the number “7” on the keypad. The selected channel number
decreases by one. The display now
shows a different Talkgroup.
4. Press the number “6” on the keypad. The Zone letter increases to the next
letter. The display shows the corresponding Talkgroup for the new Zone.
For example, if the original Talkgroup
on display was A1 ECC 1 N, after
pressing “6” on the keypad, the new
display would be B1 ARLINGTON.
5. Press the number “9” on the keypad. The Zone letter decreases by the preceding letter. The display shows the
corresponding Talkgroup for the new
Zone.
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Answer All (same
as “Blue Button”)
User
Programmable
Channel Up
Channel Down
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
User
Programmable
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
Zone Up
7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
Zone Down
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The right side of the microphone has three buttons that have also been programmed for three particular features. For directions on using these features, see
Section VI: Paging Procedures and Telephoning Procedures.
Using the Three Buttons on the Microphone
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Press Top Button on right side of
microphone.
The radio enters the PAGE mode. The
display shows “ID:70XXXX” and the
PAGE symbol “XX”.
Follow directions in Section VI: Paging
Procedures.
2. Press the Middle Button on the right
side of the microphone.
This button functions like the HOME
button and changes the display to the
A-1 Talkgroup.
3. Press the Bottom Button on the
right side of the the microphone.
The radio enters the TELEPHONE
mode. The display will show the last
number dialed.
Follow directions in Section VI:
Telephoning Procedures.
The special features described for the microphone keypad and buttons are not
user-programmable. They have been selected and programmed into the software
that operates your radio.
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2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PRS
8 TUV
9 WXY
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SECTION VII: MOBILE RADIO EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
This section contains information and procedures for operation of the mobile
radio during an emergency situation.
What You Will Learn
In This Section
The objective of this section is to explain how to
use your mobile radio for sending and receiving
an emergency alarm. You will learn how to:
• send an emergency alarm/call
• respond to an emergency alarm/call
• cancel an emergency alarm/call
What Questions This
Section Will Answer
This section answers the following questions:
1. How do I alert others than an emergency situation has occurred?
2. What happens when an emergency alarm is
sent?
3. How does my mobile radio function during an
emergency?
4. How do I cancel an emergency alarm, whether
accidentally or intentionally sent?
Term
Definition
Central Controller
A computer that controls the radio system. It is
located in the Electric Building.
Dispatch Consoles
Computers located in the ECC [monitors the
Electric System on a 24-hour basis] and in Crew
Dispatch.
ECC
Energy Control Center, the department whose
responsibility is to analyze incoming information
from SCADA and trouble calls and to provide
repair solutions for field service units. This center
operates 24 hours a day and accepts customer calls
during non-business hours.
Emergency
An incident where injury to District personnel or
destruction of District property is imminent or has
already occurred.
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Emergency Alarm Sequence
The sequence of events that take place once an
emergency alarm has been sent by pressing the
Emergency Button.
Emergency Button
Button with triangle (D), located second from the
left. Pressing it for .75 seconds begins the emergency alarm sequence. Pressing it again for 3
seconds cancels the emergency alarm; however, the
alarm will not shut off in ECC until acknowledged
by a Dispatcher.
Emergency Talkgroup
A talkgroup that is automatically engaged between
the sending radio and the dispatch consoles.
PTT Switch
The large Push-To-Transmit [PTT] Switch located
on the side of the microphone (F). Pressing the
PTT Switch allows you to talk during a transmission or telephone call. When the PTT Switch is
release [not being pressed], you can hear the
conversations of other radio operators or the
person on the telephone interconnect.
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Emergency Operation Concepts
An individual is instructed to use the emergency button if the event or situation
involves PUD personnel and requires an aid car, paramedics or police. Any electrical contact requires calling an aid car and hence the use of the emergency button.
Not all emergencies warrant the use of the emergency button. Events or situations not requiring an aid car or police should be reported to ECC (Station 1) using the regular trunked ECC talkgroups.
An event qualifies as an emergency if it is a life-and-death situation involving
PUD employees or the public where a person is down because of electrical contact, falls, profuse bleeding, stroke or any condition that warrants medical treatment, such as:
• Burns [body or eyes] - thermal, electrical or chemical
• Inhalation [difficulty breathing] - smoke or chemical
• Unconscious - not breathing
• Crushing or penetrating injury
• Amputation - fingers, toes, limbs
• Spinal injuries
• Allergic reaction - ingestion, injection, inhalation, or absorption
• Head injuries - decreased level of consciousness, combativeness, breathing
difficulty, seizures
If you accidentally press the emergency button, you must clear the alarm with a
radio call to an ECC dispatcher. Turning your radio off will not clear the alarm
on the dispatch consoles. See procedure for clearing emergency alarm.
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Sending an Emergency Alarm on the Mobile Radio
“Emergency” signals a critical situation where injury to District or other personnel or destruction of District property is imminent or has already occurred. It should never be used for any other reason.
Note: The emergency button will only work when the radio is positioned in a
trunked talkgroup. The DIRECT 1 and DIRECT 2 positions (C1 & C2) operate in
conventional mode, rendering the emergency button inoperable.
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Press the Emergency Button (D)
for .75 seconds.
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The red LED lights and the emergency
signal is transmitted. A central
acknowledgment (1 beep) indicates
that the alarm was received by the system. A console acknowledgment (five
beeps) and an “ACK RECEIVED” in
the display indicate that the alarm was
received by the dispatch console. The
alarm will continue at the dispatch
console until cleared by a dispatcher,
only after communications with the
individual who set off the alarm. The
display will flash alternately between
“EMERGENCY” and the talkgroup
you were using when the (D) button
was pushed.
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Communicating Alarm Situation with Dispatcher
The emergency alarm feature will operate in two different ways depending on
which talkgroup category you are using when the emergency button is pushed.
If at all possible, District policy prescribes that all emergency alarms be transmitted over the ECC talkgroups. If you can reasonably switch to an ECC talkgroup
before pressing the emergency button, it would allow more people to hear your
emergency situation and possibly offer immediate assistance. Emergency alarms
from all talkgroups will be acknowledged equally.
If you are on ECC 1-3 talkgroups when you push the emergency button, the
following occurs:
• Your emergency alarm is transmitted to everyone else on that ECC
talkgroup. Other radio displays on that talkgroup will flash alternately between “EMERGENCY RECEIVED” and the ECC talkgroup they are on.
• You must press the Push to Talk (PTT) button to communicate with the
dispatcher.
• Your conversation with Station 1 dispatchers is broadcast to everyone on
that ECC talkgroup.
• You will not be able to override any existing conversations on that
talkgroup. Upon noticing the “EMERGENCY RECEIVED” on their displays, all other users should cease to talk on that talkgroup.
• The emergency alarm can only be cleared after verbal communication with
the user of the alarming radio. Even if pushed by accident, you must respond to Station 1 via your radio for clearing the alarm.
If you are on any non-ECC talkgroup (i.e., “SUBSTATION”) when you push
the emergency button, the following occurs:
• Your emergency alarm is transmitted to Station 1 consoles only.
• Other radios on your talkgroup will not see that your radio is in the alarm
state.
• You must press the Push to Talk (PTT) button to communicate with the
dispatcher. You will automatically transmit on the “EMERGENCY”
talkgroup.
• Your conversation with Station 1 dispatchers is conducted on the “EMERGENCY” talkgroup and is a private emergency call between you and the
dispatcher.
• The dispatcher can, if desired, add other talkgroups to your emergency call
via the console.
• You do not compete with any other voice users and are automatically
placed in the highest priority “EMERGENCY” talkgroup.
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• The emergency alarm can only be cleared after verbal communications with
the user of the alarming radio. Even if pushed by accident, you must respond to Station 1 via your radio for clearing the alarm.
Canceling an Emergency Alarm on the Mobile Radio
Note: The emergency alarm is not turned off until acknowledged on the console by an ECC dispatcher. Turning your radio off does not clear the emergency alarm on the ECC dispatch consoles.
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Press the Emergency Button (D)
The radio will cease to flash
for 3 seconds or until you hear a
“EMERGENCY” and will return to
medium-pitched emergency exit tone. normal operation. Although the emergency alarm is cleared from your
radio, it will still alarm the ECC consoles until physically cleared by an
ECC dispatcher. The dispatcher will
only clear the alarm after receiving
verbal communications from the user
of the alarming radio. It is critical that
all emergency alarms, real or by accident are verbally communicated to the
ECC dispatchers.
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SECTION VIII: MOBILE RADIO INFORMATION AND CARE
This section contains information and procedures pertinent to the mobile radio
itself.
What You Will Learn
In This Section
The objective of this section is to provide a
reference for information about the mobile radio
not contained in Section V: General Information
and Section VI: Basic Mobile Radio Operation. You
will learn about:
• important safety information
What Questions This
Section Will Answer
This section answers the following questions:
1. How do I operate the mobile radio safely, for
myself, others and the mobile radio itself?
2. What do you do when the mobile radio
doesn’t work?
Viewing Your Radio’s ID Number
How do you find your radio’s ID number?
Finding Your Radio ID Number
You Do
The Mobile Radio Does
1. Press the PAGE or CALL button.
The display changes to show the last
ID number transmitted to received.
2. Turn the Talkgroup/Zone selector
to the left one notch.
The display shows “MY ID: 70XXXX”
and the “XX” symbol.
3. Press HOME to return to your
normal (A-1) Talkgroup.
The display shows the A-1 Talkgroup.
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FCC Safety Standards
The Federal Communications Commission [FCC], with its action in General
Docket 79-144, March 13, 1985, has adopted a safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency electromognetic energy emitted by FCC regulated equipment. Proper operation of your radio will result in user exposure substantially
below FCC recommended limits.
The following precautions are recommended:
• Do not operate the transmitter of a mobile radio when someone is within
two feet of the antenna.
• Do not operate the transmitter of any radio unless all RF connectors are
secure and any open connectors are properly terminated.
• Do not operate this equipment near electrical blasting caps or in an explosive atmosphere.
• Do not allow children to play with any radio containing a transmitter.
• Do no hold the transmit [PTT] button on when not actually desiring to
transmit.
• All equipment must be properly grounded according to installation instructions for safe operation.
• All equipment should be serviced only by qualified technicians.
Servicing the Mobile Radio
Proper repair and maintenance procedures will assure efficient operation and
long life for the mobile radio. If you suspect a radio problem, check the following
items before requesting service from the PUD Telecommunications Department
(extension 5505).
1. Mobile Radio Checks:
- Be sure the mobile radio is turned on.
- Check antenna.
- Try operating the mobile radio from different locations.
- Check the transmitter by transmitting to an alternate radio.
2. Operating Instructions
Review your operating instructions [PUD Mobile Radio Operations
Manual] and ensure that you are using the radio properly.
3. Problem Not Solved:
If after following steps 1 and 2, your mobile radio still has a problem, contact the PUD Telecommunications Department at (425) 783-5505.
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APPENDICES
A: 900 MHz Radio Index by Department .......................... A-1
B: 900 MHz Radio Index by Last Name ............................. B-1
C: 900 MHz Radio Index by Radio ID Number ................. C-1
D: Simple Radio Protocol/Phonetic Alphabet ................... D-1
E: Radio Failsoft Operations List ....................................... E-1
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NOTES
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APPENDIX A: 900 MHz Radio Index by Department
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
707503
Anderson, Val
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707505
Arlington CSR 1
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707504
Arlington CSR 2
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760366
Arlington Flag 1
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700366
Arlington Flag Trk
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707497
Arlington Spare
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700460
Arlington UG Srv Trk 460
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700515
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700430
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700586
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760430
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700484
Fredrickson, John
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760484
Fredrickson, John
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707512
Gregory, John
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707501
Holt, Bob
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707507
Janisko, Aaron
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700514
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760514
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700563
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760563
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700502
Weller, Mike
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760502
Weller, Mike
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
705593
Coleman, Gary
Automation
D-8 - SCADA
704312
Hayslip, Gordon
Automation
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704336
Kellar, Joe
Automation
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705028
Marino, Ramona
Automation
D-8 - SCADA
708226
Langus, Jim
Chief Administrative Officer
D-16 - MANAGER
706019
City of Evt Water 01
City of Everett Water Dept
D-10 - JACKSON MN
706018
City of Evt Water 02
City of Everett Water Dept
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701779
Cunningham, Julee
Communications & Marketing
D-16 - MANAGER
708668
Robbins, Michele
Communications & Marketing
D-16 - MANAGER
705652
Atwood, Jim
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
709365
Britton, Jeff
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
705588
Collins, Jeanette
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
705547
Davis, Duane
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-6 - TOOL ROOM
705651
Dolman, Randy
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
709364
Fenney, Jeff
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
709366
Hutchins, Joe
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
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A-1
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
705553
Jones, Kim
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-6 - TOOL ROOM
705583
Kometz, Richard
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
705582
Line Training Spare
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
700504
OC 12Yard Dump Trk 504
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700540
OC Dump Trk 540
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700544
OC Dump Trk 544
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
709332
Tostado, Carlos
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
705653
Vinish, Ed
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
709367
Wright, Casey
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700280
Yard OPS PU 280
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700346
Yard OPS PU 346
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700596
Yard OPS Tractor 596
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700640
Contracter 640
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700643
Contracter 643
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700644
Contracter 644
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700645
Contracter 645
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700646
Contracter 646
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700647
Contracter 647
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700648
Contracter 648
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700649
Contracter 649
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700650
Contracter 650
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700651
Contracter 651
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700653
Contracter 653
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700659
Contracter 659
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700641
Contractor 641
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
705539
Howe, Josephine
Contracts & Purchasing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705616
Letendre, Dana
Contracts & Purchasing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705539
Spence, Judy
Contracts & Purchasing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705526
Carey, Mike
Crew Dispatch
A-8 - CREW DISP
705524
Edwards, Gerry
Crew Dispatch
A-8 - CREW DISP
705527
Vanvolkenburg, Lonnie
Crew Dispatch
A-8 - CREW DISP
708433
Hoffman, Susan
Customer Accounting
E-4 - CUST ACCT
708434
Landers, Karen
Customer Accounting
E-4 - CUST ACCT
708489
Roetcisoender, Marsha
Customer Accounting
E-4 - CUST ACCT
708550
Aschenbrenner, Pam
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708495
Bankruptcy Desk
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708553
Bardell, Linda
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708643
Berry, Jim
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708413
Cashier 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
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ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700263
Collector 01
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700299
Collector 02
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700220
Collector 03
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700305
Collector 04
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700202
Collector 05
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700206
Collector 06
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700207
Collector 07
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700278
Collector 08
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700265
Collector 09
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700208
Collector 10
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700321
Collector 11
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707017
Cust Serv Base 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707020
Cust Serv Base 2
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707021
Cust Serv Base 3
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708342
Cust Serv DL Desk
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707460
Cust Serv Ext Shft 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707458
Cust Serv Ext Shft 2
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707459
Cust Serv Spare 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707452
Cust Serv Spare 2
Customer Service
E-4 - CUST ACCT
708215
Cust Serv Street Light
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708554
Gutierrez, Germain
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708552
Marks, Sandy
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701617
Marquiss, Debbie
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701637
Morrison, Anne
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708337
Olson, Norm
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708329
Owens, Vicky
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701685
Quinn, Linda
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708258
Skinner, Shelley
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701749
Smith, Bobbie
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701639
Strachan, Linda
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708302
Thompson, Julie
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708501
Smith, Craig
Customer Service AGM
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
705522
Roberts, Dave
Distribution Construction Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
704396
Saksena, Dean
Distribution Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704390
Finley, Linda
Distribution Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705659
Heath, Emmett
Distribution Svcs AGM
D-16 - MANAGER
705034
Cobb, Brian
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
707153
Cobb, Brian Home Base
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
705081
ECC Desk 1
Energy Control Dispatch
A-4 - ECC-1 N
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A-3
ID
Name
Department
705082
ECC Desk 2
Energy Control Dispatch
Contact Channel
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
705083
ECC Desk 3
Energy Control Dispatch
A-6 - ECC-3 S
705084
ECC Desk 4
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
705038
Vawter, Paul
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
700007
Energy Srvs Car 07
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
700010
Energy Srvs Car 10
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
701727
Energy Srvs Spare
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
708290
Nelson, Nancy
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
708220
Williams, Garth
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
705504
Defenbach, Jeffery
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
705589
Eden, Robert
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
705556
Enderlein, Christoph
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
704441
Meyer, Stephanie
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
704314
Short, Geoff
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
700258
Annex Flag 1
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
760258
Annex Flag 2
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
707128
Annex Spare 1
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
707129
Annex Spare 2
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700568
Harrell, Rich
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700516
Harrell, Rich
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
760568
Harrell, Richard
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
760559
Sabella, Randy
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700559
Sabella, Randy
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700521
Sabella, Randy
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
708572
Thurman, Chuck
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700178
Thurman, Chuck
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
708507
Beck, Connie
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708276
Danahy, Gayle
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708265
Hines, Dan
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708271
Holt, Jean
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708278
Kelso, Ed
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708288
Larsen, Mark
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708296
Lim, Dana
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708228
Mattie, Faye
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708391
McManis, Rob
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708559
Rife, Andrew
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708287
Thurman, Chuck
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708273
Willard, Jennifer
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
707164
Bauer Dept Spare
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
A-4
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Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
704472
Bourasaw, Nancy
Everett Line
Contact Channel
B-2 - EVERETT
700582
Butcher, Kit
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700431
Butcher, Kit
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760431
Butcher, Kit
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
754000
Christensen, Curtis
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700522
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760522
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700567
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760567
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700459
Elrod, Chet
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700427
Gudgeon, Dan
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
750427
Gudgeon, Dan
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700425
Keys, JD
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760425
Keys, JD
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700591
Keys, JD
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700470
King, Eldon
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700560
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700520
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760560
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700590
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700368
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700572
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760368
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700562
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
704433
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700439
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700307
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760439
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
756500
OC 90ft Manlift 500
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700535
OC 90ft Manlift 535
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
707023
OC Flag 1
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
707024
OC Flag 2
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
707027
OC Flag 3
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700395
OC Flag 4
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
760395
OC Flag 5
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700362
OC Flag 6
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
760362
OC Flag 7
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700369
OC Flag 8
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
760369
OC Flag 9
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
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A-5
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700597
OC Line Trk 579
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700599
OC Line Trk 599
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700571
OC Relief Trk 571
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700517
OC Spare Line Trk 517
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700577
OC Spare Line Trk 577
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700510
OC Street Light Trk 485
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760510
OC Street Light Trk 493
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760435
OPS Vacant Crew 435
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700435
OPS Vacant Crew 435
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700588
OPS Vacant Crew 588
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760427
Rife, Joe
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700589
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760436
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700556
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700436
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
750436
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700448
Ruddell, Mike
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700367
Ruddell, Mike
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700467
Ruddell, Mike
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700534
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760570
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
707426
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700570
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700363
Wilson, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760488
Dinneen, Jack
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700488
Dinneen, Jack
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700492
ECC Releif Srvc Trk 492
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
750492
ECC Relief Srvc Trk 492
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700483
Lee, Errol
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760483
Lee, Errol
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760506
Ollom, Keith
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700506
Ollom, Keith
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760494
Ramich, Dave
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700494
Ramich, Dave
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760490
Taylor, Tad
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700490
Taylor, Tad
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
708451
Butler, Bill
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
708204
Concierge
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
709558
Dean, Kenneth
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
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Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
709553
Freimark, Steve
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
707465
OfficeCustodian
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
709568
Baker, Paula
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
708573
Billett, James
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709567
Cloninger, Bill
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709570
Frisby, Lisa
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709566
Frisinger, Larry
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709564
Graff, Martin
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709575
Haynes, Thomas
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709573
Janes, Linda
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709577
Kellington, Joey
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709572
Posey, Daren
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
707470
Robinson, Randy
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709569
Turner, Shelly
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
708697
Brown, Major
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709555
Chavez, Juan
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709554
Collier, Rob
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
708445
Erickson, Jim
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
708612
Facility Foreman Base
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709561
Grgich, Jim
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709560
Logghe, Larry
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709559
Schneider, Derek
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
708356
McPherson, Glenn
Finance AGM
D-16 - MANAGER
708301
Shay, Mike
Gen Acct & Financial Systems
D-16 - MANAGER
704302
Vaughn, Rob
GIS M&R and Drafting
D-4 - T&D ENGR
760554
Baggett, Kevin
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700561
Baggett, Kevin
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700554
Baggett, Kevin
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700209
Dingmon, Dwight
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703200
Halls Lake Mgr Base
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700545
HL Dump Trk
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700358
HL Flag 1
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760358
HL Flag 2
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700451
HL Flag 3
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760451
HL Flag 4
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
754001
HL Restoration Trk
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707104
HL Spare 1
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707105
HL Spare 2
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707050
HL Spare 3
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
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Appendix A: Department Sort
A-7
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700583
HL Spare Digger Derrick
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700426
HL Spare UG Van 426
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700551
HL Street Lt Trk 551
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700469
HL UG Svc Trk 469
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760426
HL UG Van
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700487
Jonas, Ron
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760487
Jonas, Ron
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760489
Kime, Brad
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700489
Kime, Brad
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760508
Lawson, Gary
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700508
Lawson, Gary
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700585
Meyer, Bill
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760428
Meyer, Bill
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700428
Meyer, Bill
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760429
Myers, Art
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700574
Myers, Art
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700429
Myers, Art
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703270
Smith, Terry
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760555
Williams, Michael
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700555
Williams, Michael
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700581
Williams, Michael
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
708710
Anderson, Evan
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
704701
Behar, David
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708575
Druckman, Angela
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
707158
GIS 1
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
701726
Ihli, Greg
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708335
Klein, Ed
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
707157
Passport 1
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708673
Pride, Ed
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708498
Voorhies, Janet
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708503
Duchaine, Dick
Information Services CIO
D-16 - MANAGER
704450
Bloom, Nancy
IS Network Services
C-5 - CONF. 3
705673
Gee, Daryl
IS Network Services
C-5 - CONF. 3
708681
Austin, Kim
IS Technology Supp Svcs
F-16 - INFO SYS
709973
Bradley, Larry
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709976
Bradley, Martin
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709980
Brownell, Don
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709972
Chrisman, Barry
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709971
Easterling, Bill
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
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Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
705549
Jackson Base
Jackson Project
Contact Channel
D-10 - JACKSON MN
707061
Jackson Spare 2
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709981
Larson, Gaylin
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709978
Maxwell, Bob
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
708212
Waterman, Susan
Legal & Regulatory Srvcs
D-16 - MANAGER
708677
Fleming, Joe
Mail Repro & Micrographics
-
700176
Mail Room 1
Mail Repro & Micrographics
-
700181
Mail Room 2
Mail Repro & Micrographics
-
705005
Allworth, Hud
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700184
Andrew, Larry
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700345
Aranas, Bennie
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-4 - MONROE
705573
Bellman, Mike
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
703218
Buck, Greg
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
705033
Cleveland, Mike
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700231
Daniel, Glenn
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-7 - STANWOOD
705710
Daniel, Glenn
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-7 - STANWOOD
704494
DeCaro, John
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700284
HL Warehouse PU
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
705572
Judd, Dennis
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705575
Olsen, Dean
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700242
Ottenstror, Linda
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707510
Ottenstror, Linda
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-1 - ARLINGTON
704448
Ply, Floyd
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700218
SN Warehouse PU 218
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
704425
Speed, Al
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700549
Warehouse Flat Bed 549
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700300
Warehouse PU 300
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700452
Warehouse PU 452
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700566
Warehouse Trk 566
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700584
Warehouse Trk 584
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
752002
Almvig, Kristi
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
708382
Lindemuth, Dave
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
752000
Meter Reader 2000
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
752001
Meter Reader 2001
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700201
Meter Reader 201
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700203
Meter Reader 203
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700204
Meter Reader 204
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700210
Meter Reader 210
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700211
Meter Reader 211
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
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A-9
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700214
Meter Reader 214
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700216
Meter Reader 216
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700217
Meter Reader 217
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700221
Meter Reader 221
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700223
Meter Reader 223
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700224
Meter Reader 224
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700225
Meter Reader 225
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700226
Meter Reader 226
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700228
Meter Reader 228
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700229
Meter Reader 229
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700243
Meter Reader 243
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700245
Meter Reader 245
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700247
Meter Reader 247
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700248
Meter Reader 248
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700251
Meter Reader 251
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700253
Meter Reader 253
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700254
Meter Reader 254
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700255
Meter Reader 255
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700262
Meter Reader 262
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700301
Meter Reader 301
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700320
Meter Reader 320
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700328
Meter Reader 328
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
708380
Meter Reader Lead
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
708381
Williams, John
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
709201
Bartholomew, Larry
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709209
Clark, Suellen
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709216
Cleary, Jim
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709207
Crerar, AJ
Metering
B-4 - MONROE
709225
Duncan, Vicky
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709204
Hastings, Steve
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709202
Helseth, Delaree
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709217
Kolson, Margaret
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709214
McNeil, Maury
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
705565
Meter Lab
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707056
Meter Spare 2
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707058
Meter Spare 3
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707057
Meter Spare 4
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707059
Meter Spare 5
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709206
Monson, Larry
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
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Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
709221
Morrison, Kevin
Metering
B-7 - STANWOOD
705530
Sindelar, Dale
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709223
Torgerson, Randy
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709218
Williams, Bob
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
700513
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700587
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760587
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760513
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760542
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760573
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700573
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700542
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760500
Canales, Jose
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700500
Canales, Jose
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
754002
Daniel, Jim
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703919
Hinze, Irene
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703901
Martin, Kurt
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703902
MO Eng Spare
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
750364
MO Flag 1
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760364
MO Flag 2
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703916
MO Flag 3
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700364
MO Flag PU 364
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703900
MO Office
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
707049
MO Spare 1
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
707130
MO Spare 2
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703903
Nolan, Julie
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760486
Smith, Mark
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700486
Smith, Mark
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703907
Vaughn, Terry
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
701782
Jordan, Lloyd
Power & Business Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
701620
Fintz, Jay
Power Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
707143
Power Schedule Base
Power Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
707152
ConstSchedulingSpare
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
704497
Elmer, Joy
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
705606
Haberman, Doug
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
705690
Parker, Lynn
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
705069
Pederson, Mark
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
708268
Jennings, Jim
Rates Economics & Trans Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
704357
Bauer, Roger
Regional Design & Construct Sv
B-2 - EVERETT
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Appendix A: Department Sort
A-11
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700269
Bauer, Roger
Regional Design & Construct Sv
B-2 - EVERETT
704410
Easterling, Jana
Regional Design & Construct Sv
B-2 - EVERETT
708621
Barnes, Janet
Risk Management
A-15 - SECURITY
708303
Hurling, Jim
Risk Management
A-15 - SECURITY
708787
Security Guard - EB
Risk Management
A-15 - SECURITY
707163
Security Guard - OPS
Risk Management
B-2 - EVERETT
705587
Jewell, Teresa
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
705558
Kell, Gary
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
705557
Milne, Gregg
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
705555
Safety Base
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
702218
Berry, CJ
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
702215
Gorman, Dick
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
702214
Holt, Jeff
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700541
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700565
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760557
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760541
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760565
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
702201
Larson, Rob
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760496
Mulder, Don
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700496
Mulder, Don
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760511
Pajer, Bryan
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700491
Schwartz, Dale
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760491
Schwartz, Dale
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700244
SN Flagger 1
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760244
SN Flagger 2
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
707009
SN Flagger 3
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
702200
SN Office 1
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
707132
SN Spare 1
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700557
Strege, Randy
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700511
Strege, Randy
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
703208
Afdem, Richard
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703204
Grove, Richard
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703202
Halbmaier, Mary Jo
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703203
Holdridge, Don
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703214
Kakaley, Robert
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703216
McAllister, Mary
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707133
South Cnty Spare 1
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703205
Tarbox, William
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
A-12
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Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
705701
Faries, Scott
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705711
Hansen, Heidi
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760495
Keating, Dan
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700495
Keating, Dan
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760501
Little, Dave
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700501
Little, Dave
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705712
Meek, Doug
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700518
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760518
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700564
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760564
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700569
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760576
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700533
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760440
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760533
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700440
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700576
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705714
ST Engineer Spare
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705700
Stanwood CSR 1
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707002
Stanwood CSR 2
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700319
Stanwood Flagger 1
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
754003
Stanwood One Ton
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707007
Stanwood Spare 1
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707142
Stanwood Spare 2
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707112
Storm 01
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707114
Storm 03
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707115
Storm 04
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707116
Storm 05
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707117
Storm 06
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707118
Storm 07
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707119
Storm 08
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707120
Storm 09
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707121
Storm 10
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707122
Storm 11
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707123
Storm 12
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707124
Storm 13
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707125
Storm 14
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707126
Storm 15
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
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A-13
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
705041
Storm Center Base 1
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705042
Storm Center Base 2
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705043
Storm Center Base 3
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705044
Storm Center Base 4
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705045
Storm Center Base 5
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
704344
Li, Chao
Substation & Metering Svcs
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700444
Campbell, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700594
Campbell, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704349
Collver, Dale
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700380
Goldsbury, John
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700438
Gross, Ron
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704429
Harris, Phil
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700433
Kallstrom, Jay
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700324
Kilstrom, Brian
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704428
Kilstrom, Brian
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700441
Landers, Mark
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700592
Landers, Mark
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700273
Larson, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
705576
Larson, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700442
Lian, Craig
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704436
Lidwell, Dan
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700446
Lidwell, Dan
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700266
Mitchell, Monty
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704411
Mitchell, Monty
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704475
Nelsen, Jolene
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700598
Norby, Larry
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704404
Olwell, Bill
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700192
Peebler, Bob
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700593
Substation Boom Trk 593
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700507
Substation Buckt Trk 507
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700432
Substation Test Van 432
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700450
Sundt, Eric
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700455
Westphal, Scott
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704360
Chinn, Bob
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704347
Coerber, Dennis
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704405
Davarpanah, Greg
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704338
Lau, Hoson
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
705076
Lewis, John
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704385
Middleton, Nancy
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
A-14
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Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
704317
Simpson, Jim
Substation Engineering
Contact Channel
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704352
Zacharia, Chris
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704395
Conner-Gross, Maureen
System Planning & Protect
D-1 - PROT. ENGR
704492
Small, Dwane
System Planning & Protect
D-1 - PROT. ENGR
705678
Beyer, Jeff
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704481
Bretz, Rob
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704185
Com Engineer Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705080
Dwiggins, Bill
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
707423
EOC Expanded Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
707060
EOC Primary Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
707159
EOC Standby 1
Telecomm Network Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
707160
EOC Standby 2
Telecomm Network Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
704483
Erickson, Jerry
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705505
Gallegos, Ila
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705550
Lyon, Gloria
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705660
Matsuzaki, Tom
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704430
Minish, John
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705008
Orvis, Judy
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705502
Penny, Marjean
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704401
Pierce, Walt
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704426
Reish, Rob
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704431
Thorsen, John
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
707144
Thorsen, John - Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
700267
TNS Blazer 267
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704482
Wepking, Keith
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704301
Willard, Greg
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705669
Brennen, Michael
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704488
De Young, Craig
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704348
Donohue, Carole
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704363
Fadich, Nick
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704442
Gadbois, Dann
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704487
Gerrard, Donel
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705019
Ha, Hoon
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704355
Jodock, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704384
Kinman, Quincy
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704310
Lee, Christopher
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704308
Ly, Trinh
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704412
Mallory, Patricia
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
754325
Manning, Sheila
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
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Appendix A: Department Sort
A-15
ID
Name
Department
704342
McClatchey, Erin
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705627
McReynolds, Matt
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704489
Milacek, Mark
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704406
Nixon, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705689
Pederson, Mark
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704413
Rashell, Ray
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704392
Richardson, Sue
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705685
Routt, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-9 - SURVEY
704307
Simpson, Mark
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705681
Steele, Diane
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707484
T&D Spare 1
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707482
T&D Spare 2
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707480
T&D Spare 3
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707489
T&D Spare 4
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707481
T&D Spare 5
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707485
T&D Spare 6
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707063
T&D Spare 7
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707064
T&D Spare 8
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704311
White, Brian
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704498
Whitehead, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-9 - SURVEY
704350
Wick, Dennis
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704367
Wright, John
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
709728
Alex, Jim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709733
Andrews, Lee
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705053
Andrews, Scott
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709718
Backman, Chuck
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709712
Belisle, Gene
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709724
Bennett, Brian
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700458
Blanchard, Jim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709705
Blanchard, Jim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709714
Bunting, Bruce
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709710
Conklin, Glen
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705511
Connell, Steve
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709723
Cowan, Tim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709701
Cox, Doug
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709725
Davis, Bill
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705561
Davis, Doug
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707422
EB Pool Cars
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709722
Frisinger, Bill
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
A-16
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Contact Channel
Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
705102
Garage Foreman Base
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709730
Heckle, Mike
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705512
Kieffer, Ed
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705507
Koty, Frank
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709726
Larson, Paul
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705506
Miller, Bob
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709715
Morgan, Don
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700239
OC Pool Car 239
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709713
Ottenstror, John
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705510
Otter, Corky
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705073
Patterson, Pat
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700456
Pederson, Jeff
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709719
Pederson, Jeff
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709731
Peralez, Lupe
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705508
Prosser, Randy
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700509
Relief Service Trk 509
Transportation
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700524
Relief Truck 524
Transportation
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
709721
Schoneman, Eddie
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709737
Shirley, Gary
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709700
Sweeney, Larry
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709717
Toop, Dave
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700004
Transportation Relief 04
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707003
Transportation Shop Trk 458
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707052
Transportation Spare 1
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707138
Transportation Spare 1
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707051
Transportation Spare 4
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700453
Transprotation 1Ton 453
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700398
Transprotation Pool Trk 398
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700286
Transprotation PU 286
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700318
Transprotation PU 318
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700397
Transprotation PU 397
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700183
Transprotation PU183
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700219
Transprotation PU219
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700298
Transprotation Push Trk 298
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709707
Watt, Dennis
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
760532
Anderson, Steve
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700536
Anderson, Steve
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700532
Anderson, Steve
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700188
Ellison, Keith
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
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Appendix A: Department Sort
A-17
ID
Name
Department
705590
Ellison, Keith
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
705579
Gaidos, Chris
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700196
Keyes, Diane
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700268
Miori, Joe
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
709904
Miori, Joe
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700185
Munsterman, Mike
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
705595
Munsterman, Mike
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700189
Packebush, Randy
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700199
Packebush, Scott
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700531
Petroskie, Jim
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
760531
Petroskie, Jim
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700539
Petroskie, Jim
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700198
Petty, John
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700197
Prpich, Dan
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700303
Shayne, Suzi
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700530
Walsh, Paul
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700537
Walsh, Paul
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
760530
Walsh, Paul
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
709482
Aschenbrenner, Dale
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709477
Barker, Arlee
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708959
Boggs, Tracy
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709486
Coker, Matt
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709475
Coker, Peggy
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709487
Grenfell, Jon
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709480
McKinney, Zach
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708914
Moir, Ron
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709479
Price, Mark
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709478
Rose, Jim
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709484
Schank, Ryan
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709476
Schuller, Scott
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709481
Smith, Howard
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709483
Udman, Jamin
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708646
Water Shop
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707053
Water Shop 1
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707047
Water Shop 2
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707026
Water Shop 3
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707055
Water Shop 4
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707054
Water Shop 5
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708619
Water Shop 6
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
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Appendix A: Department Sort
Contact Channel
Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
708613
Water Shop Base
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708618
Water Spare 1
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
701704
Atlas, Noreen
Water Resources Admin
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708307
Williams, Zeda
Water Resources Admin
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708602
Cohen, Al
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708636
Dahl, Erik
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709975
Miles, Danny
Water Resources Engineering
D-10 - JACKSON MN
708450
Ryan, Al
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708624
Schneider, Eric
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708605
Water Dept EB Base
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708609
Wood, Brant
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
701774
Bedrossian, Karen
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701769
Binkley, Keith
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701722
Meaker, Bruce
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701712
Schutt, Mike
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701746
Tannenbaum, Bernice
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
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Appendix A: Department Sort
A-19
APPENDIX B: 900 MHz Radio Index by Last Name
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
703208
Afdem, Richard
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
709728
Alex, Jim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705005
Allworth, Hud
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
752002
Almvig, Kristi
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
708710
Anderson, Evan
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
760532
Anderson, Steve
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700536
Anderson, Steve
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700532
Anderson, Steve
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
707503
Anderson, Val
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700184
Andrew, Larry
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
709733
Andrews, Lee
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705053
Andrews, Scott
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700258
Annex Flag 1
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
760258
Annex Flag 2
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
707128
Annex Spare 1
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
707129
Annex Spare 2
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700345
Aranas, Bennie
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-4 - MONROE
707505
Arlington CSR 1
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707504
Arlington CSR 2
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760366
Arlington Flag 1
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700366
Arlington Flag Trk
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707497
Arlington Spare
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700460
Arlington UG Srv Trk 460
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
709482
Aschenbrenner, Dale
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708550
Aschenbrenner, Pam
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701704
Atlas, Noreen
Water Resources Admin
D-14 - WTR MAIN
705652
Atwood, Jim
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
708681
Austin, Kim
IS Technology Supp Svcs
F-16 - INFO SYS
709718
Backman, Chuck
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
760554
Baggett, Kevin
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700561
Baggett, Kevin
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700554
Baggett, Kevin
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
709568
Baker, Paula
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
708495
Bankruptcy Desk
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708553
Bardell, Linda
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
709477
Barker, Arlee
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708621
Barnes, Janet
Risk Management
A-15 - SECURITY
705542
Howe, Josephine
Contracts & Purchasing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
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B-1
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
709201
Bartholomew, Larry
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707164
Bauer Dept Spare
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
704357
Bauer, Roger
Regional Design & Construct Sv
B-2 - EVERETT
700269
Bauer, Roger
Regional Design & Construct Sv
B-2 - EVERETT
708507
Beck, Connie
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
701774
Bedrossian, Karen
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
704701
Behar, David
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
709712
Belisle, Gene
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705573
Bellman, Mike
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
709724
Bennett, Brian
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700513
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700587
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760587
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760513
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
702218
Berry, CJ
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
708643
Berry, Jim
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
705678
Beyer, Jeff
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
708573
Billett, James
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
701769
Binkley, Keith
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
700458
Blanchard, Jim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709705
Blanchard, Jim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
704450
Bloom, Nancy
IS Network Services
C-5 - CONF. 3
708959
Boggs, Tracy
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
704472
Bourasaw, Nancy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
709973
Bradley, Larry
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709976
Bradley, Martin
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
705669
Brennen, Michael
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704481
Bretz, Rob
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
709365
Britton, Jeff
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
708697
Brown, Major
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
760542
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760573
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700573
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700542
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
709980
Brownell, Don
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
703218
Buck, Greg
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
709714
Bunting, Bruce
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700515
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700430
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
B-2
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ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700586
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760430
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700582
Butcher, Kit
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700431
Butcher, Kit
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760431
Butcher, Kit
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
708451
Butler, Bill
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
700444
Campbell, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700594
Campbell, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
760500
Canales, Jose
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700500
Canales, Jose
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
705526
Carey, Mike
Crew Dispatch
A-8 - CREW DISP
708413
Cashier 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
709555
Chavez, Juan
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
704360
Chinn, Bob
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
709972
Chrisman, Barry
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
754000
Christensen, Curtis
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
706019
City of Evt Water 01
City of Everett Water Dept
D-10 - JACKSON MN
706018
City of Evt Water 02
City of Everett Water Dept
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709209
Clark, Suellen
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709216
Cleary, Jim
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
705033
Cleveland, Mike
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
709567
Cloninger, Bill
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
705034
Cobb, Brian
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
707153
Cobb, Brian Home Base
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
704347
Coerber, Dennis
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
708602
Cohen, Al
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709486
Coker, Matt
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709475
Coker, Peggy
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
705593
Coleman, Gary
Automation
D-8 - SCADA
700263
Collector 01
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700299
Collector 02
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700220
Collector 03
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700305
Collector 04
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700202
Collector 05
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700206
Collector 06
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700207
Collector 07
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700278
Collector 08
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700265
Collector 09
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700208
Collector 10
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
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B-3
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700321
Collector 11
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
709554
Collier, Rob
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
705588
Collins, Jeanette
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
704349
Collver, Dale
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704185
Com Engineer Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
708204
Concierge
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
709710
Conklin, Glen
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705511
Connell, Steve
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
704395
Conner-Gross, Maureen
System Planning & Protect
D-1 - PROT. ENGR
707152
ConstSchedulingSpare
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
700640
Contracter 640
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700643
Contracter 643
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700644
Contracter 644
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700645
Contracter 645
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700646
Contracter 646
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700647
Contracter 647
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700648
Contracter 648
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700649
Contracter 649
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700650
Contracter 650
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700651
Contracter 651
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700653
Contracter 653
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700659
Contracter 659
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700641
Contractor 641
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700522
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760522
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700567
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760567
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
709723
Cowan, Tim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709701
Cox, Doug
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709207
Crerar, AJ
Metering
B-4 - MONROE
701779
Cunningham, Julee
Communications & Marketing
D-16 - MANAGER
707017
Cust Serv Base 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707020
Cust Serv Base 2
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707021
Cust Serv Base 3
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708342
Cust Serv DL Desk
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707460
Cust Serv Ext Shft 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707458
Cust Serv Ext Shft 2
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707459
Cust Serv Spare 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707452
Cust Serv Spare 2
Customer Service
E-4 - CUST ACCT
B-4
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ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
708215
Cust Serv Street Light
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708636
Dahl, Erik
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708276
Danahy, Gayle
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
700231
Daniel, Glenn
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-7 - STANWOOD
705710
Daniel, Glenn
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-7 - STANWOOD
754002
Daniel, Jim
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
704405
Davarpanah, Greg
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
709725
Davis, Bill
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705561
Davis, Doug
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705547
Davis, Duane
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-6 - TOOL ROOM
704488
De Young, Craig
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
709558
Dean, Kenneth
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
704494
DeCaro, John
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705504
Defenbach, Jeffery
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
700209
Dingmon, Dwight
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760488
Dinneen, Jack
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700488
Dinneen, Jack
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
705651
Dolman, Randy
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
704348
Donohue, Carole
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
708575
Druckman, Angela
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708503
Duchaine, Dick
Information Services CIO
D-16 - MANAGER
709225
Duncan, Vicky
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
705080
Dwiggins, Bill
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
709971
Easterling, Bill
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
704410
Easterling, Jana
Regional Design & Construct Sv
B-2 - EVERETT
707422
EB Pool Cars
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705081
ECC Desk 1
Energy Control Dispatch
A-4 - ECC-1 N
705082
ECC Desk 2
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
705083
ECC Desk 3
Energy Control Dispatch
A-6 - ECC-3 S
705084
ECC Desk 4
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
700492
ECC Releif Srvc Trk 492
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
750492
ECC Relief Srvc Trk 492
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
705589
Eden, Robert
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
705539
Spence, Judy
Contracts & Purchasing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705524
Edwards, Gerry
Crew Dispatch
A-8 - CREW DISP
700188
Ellison, Keith
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
705590
Ellison, Keith
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
704497
Elmer, Joy
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
700459
Elrod, Chet
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
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B-5
ID
Name
Department
705556
Enderlein, Christoph
Environmental Affairs
Contact Channel
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
700007
Energy Srvs Car 07
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
700010
Energy Srvs Car 10
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
701727
Energy Srvs Spare
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
707423
EOC Expanded Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
707060
EOC Primary Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
707159
EOC Standby 1
Telecomm Network Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
707160
EOC Standby 2
Telecomm Network Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
704483
Erickson, Jerry
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
708445
Erickson, Jim
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
708612
Facility Foreman Base
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
704363
Fadich, Nick
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705701
Faries, Scott
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
709364
Fenney, Jeff
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
704390
Finley, Linda
Distribution Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
701620
Fintz, Jay
Power Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
708677
Fleming, Joe
Mail Repro & Micrographics
-
700484
Fredrickson, John
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760484
Fredrickson, John
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
709553
Freimark, Steve
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
709570
Frisby, Lisa
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709722
Frisinger, Bill
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709566
Frisinger, Larry
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
704442
Gadbois, Dann
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705579
Gaidos, Chris
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
705505
Gallegos, Ila
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705102
Garage Foreman Base
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705673
Gee, Daryl
IS Network Services
C-5 - CONF. 3
704487
Gerrard, Donel
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707158
GIS 1
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
700380
Goldsbury, John
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
702215
Gorman, Dick
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
709564
Graff, Martin
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
707512
Gregory, John
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
709487
Grenfell, Jon
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709561
Grgich, Jim
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
700438
Gross, Ron
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
703204
Grove, Richard
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700427
Gudgeon, Dan
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
B-6
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ID
Name
Department
750427
Gudgeon, Dan
Everett Line
Contact Channel
B-2 - EVERETT
708554
Gutierrez, Germain
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
705019
Ha, Hoon
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705606
Haberman, Doug
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
703202
Halbmaier, Mary Jo
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703200
Halls Lake Mgr Base
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
705711
Hansen, Heidi
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700568
Harrell, Rich
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700516
Harrell, Rich
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
760568
Harrell, Richard
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
704429
Harris, Phil
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
709204
Hastings, Steve
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709575
Haynes, Thomas
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
704312
Hayslip, Gordon
Automation
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705659
Heath, Emmett
Distribution Svcs AGM
D-16 - MANAGER
709730
Heckle, Mike
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709202
Helseth, Delaree
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
708265
Hines, Dan
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
703919
Hinze, Irene
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700545
HL Dump Trk
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700358
HL Flag 1
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760358
HL Flag 2
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700451
HL Flag 3
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760451
HL Flag 4
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
754001
HL Restoration Trk
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707104
HL Spare 1
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707105
HL Spare 2
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707050
HL Spare 3
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700583
HL Spare Digger Derrick
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700426
HL Spare UG Van 426
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700551
HL Street Lt Trk 551
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700469
HL UG Svc Trk 469
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760426
HL UG Van
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700284
HL Warehouse PU
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
708433
Hoffman, Susan
Customer Accounting
E-4 - CUST ACCT
703203
Holdridge, Don
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707501
Holt, Bob
Arlington
708271
Holt, Jean
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
702214
Holt, Jeff
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
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B-7
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
708303
Hurling, Jim
Risk Management
A-15 - SECURITY
709366
Hutchins, Joe
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
701726
Ihli, Greg
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
705549
Jackson Base
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
707061
Jackson Spare 2
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709573
Janes, Linda
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
707507
Janisko, Aaron
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
708268
Jennings, Jim
Rates Economics & Trans Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
705587
Jewell, Teresa
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
704355
Jodock, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
700487
Jonas, Ron
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760487
Jonas, Ron
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
705553
Jones, Kim
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-6 - TOOL ROOM
701782
Jordan, Lloyd
Power & Business Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
705572
Judd, Dennis
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
703214
Kakaley, Robert
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700433
Kallstrom, Jay
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
760495
Keating, Dan
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700495
Keating, Dan
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705558
Kell, Gary
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
704336
Kellar, Joe
Automation
D-4 - T&D ENGR
709577
Kellington, Joey
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
708278
Kelso, Ed
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
700196
Keyes, Diane
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700425
Keys, JD
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760425
Keys, JD
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700591
Keys, JD
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
705512
Kieffer, Ed
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700324
Kilstrom, Brian
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704428
Kilstrom, Brian
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
760489
Kime, Brad
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700489
Kime, Brad
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700470
King, Eldon
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
704384
Kinman, Quincy
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
708335
Klein, Ed
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
700541
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700565
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760557
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760541
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
B-8
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ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
760565
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
709217
Kolson, Margaret
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
705583
Kometz, Richard
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
705507
Koty, Frank
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
708434
Landers, Karen
Customer Accounting
E-4 - CUST ACCT
700441
Landers, Mark
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700592
Landers, Mark
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
708226
Langus, Jim
Chief Administrative Officer
D-16 - MANAGER
708288
Larsen, Mark
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
709981
Larson, Gaylin
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709726
Larson, Paul
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
702201
Larson, Rob
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700273
Larson, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
705576
Larson, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704338
Lau, Hoson
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
760508
Lawson, Gary
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700508
Lawson, Gary
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
704310
Lee, Christopher
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
700483
Lee, Errol
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760483
Lee, Errol
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
705616
Letendre, Dana
Contracts & Purchasing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705076
Lewis, John
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704344
Li, Chao
Substation & Metering Svcs
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700442
Lian, Craig
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704436
Lidwell, Dan
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700446
Lidwell, Dan
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
708296
Lim, Dana
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708382
Lindemuth, Dave
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
705582
Line Training Spare
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
760501
Little, Dave
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700501
Little, Dave
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
709560
Logghe, Larry
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
704308
Ly, Trinh
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705550
Lyon, Gloria
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
700176
Mail Room 1
Mail Repro & Micrographics
-
700181
Mail Room 2
Mail Repro & Micrographics
-
704412
Mallory, Patricia
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
754325
Manning, Sheila
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705028
Marino, Ramona
Automation
D-8 - SCADA
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B-9
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
708552
Marks, Sandy
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701617
Marquiss, Debbie
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
703901
Martin, Kurt
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
705660
Matsuzaki, Tom
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
708228
Mattie, Faye
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
709978
Maxwell, Bob
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
703216
McAllister, Mary
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700560
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700520
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760560
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700590
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
704342
McClatchey, Erin
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
700368
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700572
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760368
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700562
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
709480
McKinney, Zach
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708391
McManis, Rob
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
709214
McNeil, Maury
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
708356
McPherson, Glenn
Finance AGM
D-16 - MANAGER
705627
McReynolds, Matt
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
701722
Meaker, Bruce
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
705712
Meek, Doug
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705565
Meter Lab
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
752000
Meter Reader 2000
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
752001
Meter Reader 2001
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700201
Meter Reader 201
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700203
Meter Reader 203
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700204
Meter Reader 204
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700210
Meter Reader 210
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700211
Meter Reader 211
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700214
Meter Reader 214
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700216
Meter Reader 216
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700217
Meter Reader 217
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700221
Meter Reader 221
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700223
Meter Reader 223
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700224
Meter Reader 224
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700225
Meter Reader 225
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700226
Meter Reader 226
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
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ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700228
Meter Reader 228
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700229
Meter Reader 229
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700243
Meter Reader 243
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700245
Meter Reader 245
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700247
Meter Reader 247
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700248
Meter Reader 248
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700251
Meter Reader 251
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700253
Meter Reader 253
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700254
Meter Reader 254
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700255
Meter Reader 255
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700262
Meter Reader 262
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700301
Meter Reader 301
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700320
Meter Reader 320
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700328
Meter Reader 328
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
708380
Meter Reader Lead
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
707056
Meter Spare 2
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707058
Meter Spare 3
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707057
Meter Spare 4
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707059
Meter Spare 5
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
700585
Meyer, Bill
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760428
Meyer, Bill
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700428
Meyer, Bill
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
704441
Meyer, Stephanie
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
704385
Middleton, Nancy
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704489
Milacek, Mark
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
709975
Miles, Danny
Water Resources Engineering
D-10 - JACKSON MN
705506
Miller, Bob
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705557
Milne, Gregg
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
704430
Minish, John
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
700268
Miori, Joe
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
709904
Miori, Joe
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700266
Mitchell, Monty
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704411
Mitchell, Monty
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
703902
MO Eng Spare
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
750364
MO Flag 1
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760364
MO Flag 2
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703916
MO Flag 3
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700364
MO Flag PU 364
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703900
MO Office
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
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B-11
ID
Name
Department
707130
MO Spare 2
Monroe
Contact Channel
B-4 - MONROE
708914
Moir, Ron
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709206
Monson, Larry
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
704433
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700439
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700307
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760439
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
709715
Morgan, Don
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
701637
Morrison, Anne
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
709221
Morrison, Kevin
Metering
B-7 - STANWOOD
707049
MOSpare1, 0
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760496
Mulder, Don
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700496
Mulder, Don
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700185
Munsterman, Mike
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
705595
Munsterman, Mike
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
760429
Myers, Art
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700574
Myers, Art
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700429
Myers, Art
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
704475
Nelsen, Jolene
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
708290
Nelson, Nancy
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
704406
Nixon, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
700598
Norby, Larry
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700504
OC 12Yard Dump Trk 504
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
756500
OC 90ft Manlift 500
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700535
OC 90ft Manlift 535
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700540
OC Dump Trk 540
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700544
OC Dump Trk 544
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
707023
OC Flag 1
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
707024
OC Flag 2
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
707027
OC Flag 3
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700395
OC Flag 4
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
760395
OC Flag 5
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700362
OC Flag 6
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
760362
OC Flag 7
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700369
OC Flag 8
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
760369
OC Flag 9
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700597
OC Line Trk 579
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700599
OC Line Trk 599
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700239
OC Pool Car 239
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
B-12
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ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700571
OC Relief Trk 571
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700517
OC Spare Line Trk 517
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700577
OC Spare Line Trk 577
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700510
OC Street Light Trk 485
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760510
OC Street Light Trk 493
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
707465
OfficeCustodian
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
760506
Ollom, Keith
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700506
Ollom, Keith
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
705575
Olsen, Dean
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
708337
Olson, Norm
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
704404
Olwell, Bill
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
760435
OPS Vacant Crew 435
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700435
OPS Vacant Crew 435
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700588
OPS Vacant Crew 588
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
705008
Orvis, Judy
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
709713
Ottenstror, John
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700242
Ottenstror, Linda
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707510
Ottenstror, Linda
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-1 - ARLINGTON
705510
Otter, Corky
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
708329
Owens, Vicky
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700189
Packebush, Randy
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700199
Packebush, Scott
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
760511
Pajer, Bryan
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
705690
Parker, Lynn
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
707157
Passport 1
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
705073
Patterson, Pat
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700456
Pederson, Jeff
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709719
Pederson, Jeff
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705069
Pederson, Mark
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
705689
Pederson, Mark
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
700192
Peebler, Bob
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
705502
Penny, Marjean
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
709731
Peralez, Lupe
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700531
Petroskie, Jim
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
760531
Petroskie, Jim
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700539
Petroskie, Jim
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700198
Petty, John
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
704401
Pierce, Walt
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704448
Ply, Floyd
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
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B-13
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
709572
Posey, Daren
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
707143
Power Schedule Base
Power Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
709479
Price, Mark
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708673
Pride, Ed
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
705508
Prosser, Randy
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700197
Prpich, Dan
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
701685
Quinn, Linda
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
760494
Ramich, Dave
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700494
Ramich, Dave
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
704413
Rashell, Ray
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704426
Reish, Rob
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
700509
Relief Service Trk 509
Transportation
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700524
Relief Truck 524
Transportation
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
704392
Richardson, Sue
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
700518
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760518
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700564
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760564
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
708559
Rife, Andrew
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
760427
Rife, Joe
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
708668
Robbins, Michele
Communications & Marketing
D-16 - MANAGER
705522
Roberts, Dave
Distribution Construction Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
707470
Robinson, Randy
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
708489
Roetcisoender, Marsha
Customer Accounting
E-4 - CUST ACCT
700589
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760436
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700556
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700436
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
750436
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
709478
Rose, Jim
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
705685
Routt, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-9 - SURVEY
700448
Ruddell, Mike
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700367
Ruddell, Mike
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700467
Ruddell, Mike
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700569
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760576
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700533
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760440
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760533
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
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ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700440
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700576
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
708450
Ryan, Al
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
760559
Sabella, Randy
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700559
Sabella, Randy
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700521
Sabella, Randy
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
705555
Safety Base
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
704396
Saksena, Dean
Distribution Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
709484
Schank, Ryan
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709559
Schneider, Derek
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
708624
Schneider, Eric
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709721
Schoneman, Eddie
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709476
Schuller, Scott
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
701712
Schutt, Mike
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
700491
Schwartz, Dale
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760491
Schwartz, Dale
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
708787
Security Guard - EB
Risk Management
A-15 - SECURITY
707163
Security Guard - OPS
Risk Management
B-2 - EVERETT
708301
Shay, Mike
Gen Acct & Financial Systems
D-16 - MANAGER
700303
Shayne, Suzi
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
709737
Shirley, Gary
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
704314
Short, Geoff
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
704317
Simpson, Jim
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704307
Simpson, Mark
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705530
Sindelar, Dale
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
708258
Skinner, Shelley
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
704492
Small, Dwane
System Planning & Protect
D-1 - PROT. ENGR
701749
Smith, Bobbie
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708501
Smith, Craig
Customer Service AGM
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
709481
Smith, Howard
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
760486
Smith, Mark
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700486
Smith, Mark
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703270
Smith, Terry
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700244
SN Flagger 1
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760244
SN Flagger 2
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
707009
SN Flagger 3
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
702200
SN Office 1
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
707132
SN Spare 1
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700218
SN Warehouse PU 218
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
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B-15
ID
Name
Department
707133
South Cnty Spare 1
South County
Contact Channel
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
704425
Speed, Al
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700514
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760514
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700563
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760563
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
705714
ST Engineer Spare
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705700
Stanwood CSR 1
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707002
Stanwood CSR 2
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700319
Stanwood Flagger 1
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
754003
Stanwood One Ton
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707007
Stanwood Spare 1
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707142
Stanwood Spare 2
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705681
Steele, Diane
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707112
Storm 01
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707114
Storm 03
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707115
Storm 04
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707116
Storm 05
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707117
Storm 06
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707118
Storm 07
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707119
Storm 08
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707120
Storm 09
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707121
Storm 10
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707122
Storm 11
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707123
Storm 12
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707124
Storm 13
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707125
Storm 14
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707126
Storm 15
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
705041
Storm Center Base 1
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705042
Storm Center Base 2
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705043
Storm Center Base 3
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705044
Storm Center Base 4
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705045
Storm Center Base 5
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
701639
Strachan, Linda
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700557
Strege, Randy
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700511
Strege, Randy
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700593
Substation Boom Trk 593
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700507
Substation Buckt Trk 507
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700432
Substation Test Van 432
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
B-16
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ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700450
Sundt, Eric
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
709700
Sweeney, Larry
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707484
T&D Spare 1
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707482
T&D Spare 2
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707480
T&D Spare 3
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707489
T&D Spare 4
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707481
T&D Spare 5
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707485
T&D Spare 6
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707063
T&D Spare 7
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707064
T&D Spare 8
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
701746
Tannenbaum, Bernice
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
703205
Tarbox, William
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760490
Taylor, Tad
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700490
Taylor, Tad
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
703903
Nolan, Julie
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
708302
Thompson, Julie
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
704431
Thorsen, John
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
707144
Thorsen, John - Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
708572
Thurman, Chuck
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700178
Thurman, Chuck
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
708287
Thurman, Chuck
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
700267
TNS Blazer 267
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
709717
Toop, Dave
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
B-10 - METER DEPT
709223
Torgerson, Randy
Metering
709332
Tostado, Carlos
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
700004
Transportation Relief 04
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707003
Transportation Shop Trk 458
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707052
Transportation Spare 1
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707138
Transportation Spare 1
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707051
Transportation Spare 4
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700453
Transprotation 1Ton 453
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700398
Transprotation Pool Trk 398
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700286
Transprotation PU 286
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700318
Transprotation PU 318
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700397
Transprotation PU 397
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700183
Transprotation PU183
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700219
Transprotation PU219
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700298
Transprotation Push Trk 298
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709569
Turner, Shelly
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
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B-17
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
709483
Udman, Jamin
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
705527
Vanvolkenburg, Lonnie
Crew Dispatch
A-8 - CREW DISP
704302
Vaughn, Rob
GIS M&R and Drafting
D-4 - T&D ENGR
703907
Vaughn, Terry
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
705038
Vawter, Paul
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
705653
Vinish, Ed
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
708498
Voorhies, Janet
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
700530
Walsh, Paul
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700537
Walsh, Paul
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
760530
Walsh, Paul
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700549
Warehouse Flat Bed 549
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700300
Warehouse PU 300
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700452
Warehouse PU 452
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700566
Warehouse Trk 566
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700584
Warehouse Trk 584
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
708605
Water Dept EB Base
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708646
Water Shop
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707053
Water Shop 1
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707047
Water Shop 2
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707026
Water Shop 3
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707055
Water Shop 4
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707054
Water Shop 5
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708619
Water Shop 6
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708613
Water Shop Base
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708618
Water Spare 1
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708212
Waterman, Susan
Legal & Regulatory Srvcs
D-16 - MANAGER
709707
Watt, Dennis
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700502
Weller, Mike
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760502
Weller, Mike
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
704482
Wepking, Keith
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
700455
Westphal, Scott
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704311
White, Brian
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
700534
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760570
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
707426
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700570
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
704498
Whitehead, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-9 - SURVEY
704350
Wick, Dennis
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704301
Willard, Greg
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
B-18
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ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
708273
Willard, Jennifer
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
709218
Williams, Bob
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
708220
Williams, Garth
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
708381
Williams, John
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
760555
Williams, Michael
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700555
Williams, Michael
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700581
Williams, Michael
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
708307
Williams, Zeda
Water Resources Admin
D-14 - WTR MAIN
700363
Wilson, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
708609
Wood, Brant
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709367
Wright, Casey
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
704367
Wright, John
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
700280
Yard OPS PU 280
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700346
Yard OPS PU 346
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700596
Yard OPS Tractor 596
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
704352
Zacharia, Chris
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
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APPENDIX C: 900 MHz Radio Index by Radio ID Number
ID
Name
Department
700004
Transportation Relief 04
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700007
Energy Srvs Car 07
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
700010
Energy Srvs Car 10
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
700176
Mail Room 1
Mail Repro & Micrographics
-
700178
Thurman, Chuck
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700181
Mail Room 2
Mail Repro & Micrographics
-
700183
Transprotation PU183
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700184
Andrews, Larry
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700185
Munsterman, Mike
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700188
Ellison, Keith
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700189
Packebush, Randy
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700192
Peebler, Bob
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700196
Keyes, Diane
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700197
Prpich, Dan
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700198
Petty, John
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700199
Packebush, Scott
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700201
Meter Reader 201
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700202
Collector 05
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700203
Meter Reader 203
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700204
Meter Reader 204
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700206
Collector 06
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700207
Collector 07
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700208
Collector 10
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700209
Dingmon, Dwight
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700210
Meter Reader 210
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700211
Meter Reader 211
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700214
Meter Reader 214
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700216
Meter Reader 216
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700217
Meter Reader 217
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700218
SN Warehouse PU 218
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700219
Transprotation PU219
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700220
Collector 03
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700221
Meter Reader 221
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700223
Meter Reader 223
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700224
Meter Reader 224
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700225
Meter Reader 225
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700226
Meter Reader 226
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700228
Meter Reader 228
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
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C-1
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700229
Meter Reader 229
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700231
Daniel, Glenn
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-7 - STANWOOD
700239
OC Pool Car 239
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700242
Ottenstror, Linda
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700243
Meter Reader 243
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700244
SN Flagger 1
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700245
Meter Reader 245
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700247
Meter Reader 247
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700248
Meter Reader 248
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700251
Meter Reader 251
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700253
Meter Reader 253
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700254
Meter Reader 254
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700255
Meter Reader 255
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700258
Annex Flag 1
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700262
Meter Reader 262
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700263
Collector 01
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700265
Collector 09
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700266
Mitchell, Monty
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700267
TNS Blazer 267
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
700268
Miori, Joe
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700269
Bauer, Roger
Regional Design & Construct Sv
B-2 - EVERETT
700273
Larson, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700278
Collector 08
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700280
Yard OPS PU 280
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700284
HL Warehouse PU
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700286
Transprotation PU 286
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700298
Transprotation Push Trk 298
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700299
Collector 02
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700300
Warehouse PU 300
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700301
Meter Reader 301
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700303
Shayne, Suzi
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700305
Collector 04
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700307
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700318
Transprotation PU 318
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700319
Stanwood Flagger 1
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700320
Meter Reader 320
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
700321
Collector 11
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
700324
Kilstrom, Brian
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700328
Meter Reader 328
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
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Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700345
Aranas, Bennie
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-4 - MONROE
700346
Yard OPS PU 346
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700358
HL Flag 1
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700362
OC Flag 6
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700363
Wilson, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700364
MO Flag PU 364
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700366
Arlington Flag Trk
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700367
Ruddell, Mike
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700368
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700369
OC Flag 8
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700380
Goldsbury, John
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700395
OC Flag 4
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
700397
Transprotation PU 397
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700398
Transprotation Pool Trk 398
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700425
Keys, JD
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700426
HL Spare UG Van 426
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700427
Gudgeon, Dan
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700428
Meyer, Bill
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700429
Myers, Art
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700430
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700431
Butcher, Kit
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700432
Substation Test Van 432
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700433
Kallstrom, Jay
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700435
OPS Vacant Crew 435
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700436
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700438
Gross, Ron
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700439
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700440
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700441
Landers, Mark
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700442
Lian, Craig
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700444
Campbell, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700446
Lidwell, Dan
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700448
Ruddell, Mike
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700450
Sundt, Eric
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700451
HL Flag 3
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700452
Warehouse PU 452
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700453
Transprotation 1Ton 453
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700455
Westphal, Scott
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700456
Pederson, Jeff
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
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C-3
ID
Name
Department
700458
Blanchard, Jim
Transportation
Contact Channel
B-14 - TRANSPORT
700459
Elrod, Chet
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700460
Arlington UG Srv Trk 460
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700467
Ruddell, Mike
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700469
HL UG Svc Trk 469
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700470
King, Eldon
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700483
Lee, Errol
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700484
Fredrickson, John
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700486
Smith, Mark
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700487
Jonas, Ron
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700488
Dinneen, Jack
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700489
Kime, Brad
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700490
Taylor, Tad
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700491
Schwartz, Dale
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700492
ECC Releif Srvc Trk 492
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700494
Ramich, Dave
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700495
Keating, Dan
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700496
Mulder, Don
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700500
Canales, Jose
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700501
Little, Dave
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700502
Weller, Mike
Arlington
700504
OC 12Yard Dump Trk 504
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700506
Ollom, Keith
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700507
Substation Buckt Trk 507
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700508
Lawson, Gary
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700509
Relief Service Trk 509
Transportation
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
700510
OC Street Light Trk 485
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700511
Strege, Randy
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700513
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700514
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700515
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700516
Harrell, Rich
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700517
OC Spare Line Trk 517
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700518
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700520
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700521
Sabella, Randy
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700522
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700524
Relief Truck 524
Transportation
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700530
Walsh, Paul
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
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ID
Name
Department
700531
Petroskie, Jim
Vegetation Management
Contact Channel
B-15 - TREETRIM
700532
Anderson, Steve
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700533
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700534
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700535
OC 90ft Manlift 535
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700536
Anderson, Steve
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700537
Walsh, Paul
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700539
Petroskie, Jim
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
700540
OC Dump Trk 540
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700541
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700542
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700544
OC Dump Trk 544
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700545
HL Dump Trk
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700549
Warehouse Flat Bed 549
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700551
HL Street Lt Trk 551
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700554
Baggett, Kevin
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700555
Williams, Michael
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700556
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700557
Strege, Randy
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700559
Sabella, Randy
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700560
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700561
Baggett, Kevin
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700562
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700563
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
700564
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700565
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
700566
Warehouse Trk 566
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700567
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700568
Harrell, Rich
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
700569
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700570
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700571
OC Relief Trk 571
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700572
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700573
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700574
Myers, Art
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700576
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
700577
OC Spare Line Trk 577
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700581
Williams, Michael
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700582
Butcher, Kit
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
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C-5
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
700583
HL Spare Digger Derrick
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700584
Warehouse Trk 584
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
700585
Meyer, Bill
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
700586
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
700587
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
700588
OPS Vacant Crew 588
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700589
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700590
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700591
Keys, JD
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700592
Landers, Mark
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700593
Substation Boom Trk 593
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700594
Campbell, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700596
Yard OPS Tractor 596
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
700597
OC Line Trk 579
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700598
Norby, Larry
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
700599
OC Line Trk 599
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
700640
Contracter 640
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700641
Contractor 641
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700643
Contracter 643
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700644
Contracter 644
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700645
Contracter 645
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700646
Contracter 646
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700647
Contracter 647
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700648
Contracter 648
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700649
Contracter 649
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700650
Contracter 650
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700651
Contracter 651
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700653
Contracter 653
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
700659
Contracter 659
Contracter / TNS
B-8 - INSPECTORS
701617
Marquiss, Debbie
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701620
Fintz, Jay
Power Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
701637
Morrison, Anne
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701639
Strachan, Linda
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701685
Quinn, Linda
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701704
Atlas, Noreen
Water Resources Admin
D-14 - WTR MAIN
701712
Schutt, Mike
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701722
Meaker, Bruce
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701726
Ihli, Greg
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
701727
Energy Srvs Spare
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
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ID
Name
Department
701746
Tannenbaum, Bernice
Water Resources Reg Affairs
Contact Channel
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701749
Smith, Bobbie
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
701769
Binkley, Keith
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701774
Bedrossian, Karen
Water Resources Reg Affairs
D-10 - JACKSON MN
701779
Cunningham, Julee
Communications & Marketing
D-16 - MANAGER
701782
Jordan, Lloyd
Power & Business Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
702200
SN Office 1
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
702201
Larson, Rob
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
702214
Holt, Jeff
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
702215
Gorman, Dick
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
702218
Berry, CJ
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
703200
Halls Lake Mgr Base
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703202
Halbmaier, Mary Jo
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703203
Holdridge, Don
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703204
Grove, Richard
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703205
Tarbox, William
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703208
Afdem, Richard
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703214
Kakaley, Robert
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703216
McAllister, Mary
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703218
Buck, Greg
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703270
Smith, Terry
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
703900
MO Office
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703901
Martin, Kurt
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703902
MO Eng Spare
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703903
Nolan, Julie
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703907
Vaughn, Terry
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703916
MO Flag 3
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
703919
Hinze, Irene
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
704185
Com Engineer Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704301
Willard, Greg
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704302
Vaughn, Rob
GIS M&R and Drafting
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704307
Simpson, Mark
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704308
Ly, Trinh
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704310
Lee, Christopher
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704311
White, Brian
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704312
Hayslip, Gordon
Automation
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704314
Short, Geoff
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
704317
Simpson, Jim
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704336
Kellar, Joe
Automation
D-4 - T&D ENGR
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C-7
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
704338
Lau, Hoson
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704342
McClatchey, Erin
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704344
Li, Chao
Substation & Metering Svcs
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704347
Coerber, Dennis
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704348
Donohue, Carole
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704349
Collver, Dale
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704350
Wick, Dennis
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704352
Zacharia, Chris
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704355
Jodock, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704357
Bauer, Roger
Regional Design & Construct Sv
B-2 - EVERETT
704360
Chinn, Bob
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704363
Fadich, Nick
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704367
Wright, John
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704384
Kinman, Quincy
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704385
Middleton, Nancy
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704390
Finley, Linda
Distribution Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704392
Richardson, Sue
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704395
Conner-Gross, Maureen
System Planning & Protect
D-1 - PROT. ENGR
704396
Saksena, Dean
Distribution Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704401
Pierce, Walt
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704404
Olwell, Bill
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704405
Davarpanah, Greg
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
704406
Nixon, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704410
Easterling, Jana
Regional Design & Construct Sv
B-2 - EVERETT
704411
Mitchell, Monty
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704412
Mallory, Patricia
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704413
Rashell, Ray
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704425
Speed, Al
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
704426
Reish, Rob
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704428
Kilstrom, Brian
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704429
Harris, Phil
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704430
Minish, John
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704431
Thorsen, John
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704433
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
704436
Lidwell, Dan
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704441
Meyer, Stephanie
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
704442
Gadbois, Dann
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704448
Ply, Floyd
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
704450
Bloom, Nancy
IS Network Services
C-5 - CONF. 3
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ID
Name
Department
704472
Bourasaw, Nancy
Everett Line
Contact Channel
B-2 - EVERETT
704475
Nelsen, Jolene
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
704481
Bretz, Rob
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704482
Wepking, Keith
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704483
Erickson, Jerry
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
704487
Gerrard, Donel
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704488
De Young, Craig
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704489
Milacek, Mark
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
704492
Small, Dwane
System Planning & Protect
D-1 - PROT. ENGR
704494
DeCaro, John
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
704497
Elmer, Joy
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
704498
Whitehead, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-9 - SURVEY
704701
Behar, David
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
705005
Allworth, Hud
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705008
Orvis, Judy
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705019
Ha, Hoon
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705028
Marino, Ramona
Automation
D-8 - SCADA
705033
Cleveland, Mike
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705034
Cobb, Brian
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
705038
Vawter, Paul
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
705041
Storm Center Base 1
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705042
Storm Center Base 2
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705043
Storm Center Base 3
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705044
Storm Center Base 4
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705045
Storm Center Base 5
Storm Center
A-9 - STORM 1
705053
Andrews, Scott
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705069
Pederson, Mark
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
705073
Patterson, Pat
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705076
Lewis, John
Substation Engineering
D-2 - SUBSTA ENG
705080
Dwiggins, Bill
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705081
ECC Desk 1
Energy Control Dispatch
A-4 - ECC-1 N
705082
ECC Desk 2
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
705083
ECC Desk 3
Energy Control Dispatch
A-6 - ECC-3 S
705084
ECC Desk 4
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
705102
Garage Foreman Base
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705502
Penny, Marjean
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705504
Defenbach, Jeffery
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
705505
Gallegos, Ila
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705506
Miller, Bob
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
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C-9
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
705507
Koty, Frank
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705508
Prosser, Randy
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705510
Otter, Corky
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705511
Connell, Steve
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705512
Kieffer, Ed
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705522
Roberts, Dave
Distribution Construction Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
705524
Edwards, Gerry
Crew Dispatch
A-8 - CREW DISP
705526
Carey, Mike
Crew Dispatch
A-8 - CREW DISP
705527
Vanvolkenburg, Lonnie
Crew Dispatch
A-8 - CREW DISP
705530
Sindelar, Dale
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
705547
Davis, Duane
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-6 - TOOL ROOM
705549
Jackson Base
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
705550
Lyon, Gloria
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705553
Jones, Kim
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-6 - TOOL ROOM
705555
Safety Base
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
705556
Enderlein, Christoph
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
705557
Milne, Gregg
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
705558
Kell, Gary
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
705561
Davis, Doug
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
705539
Spence, Judy
Contracts & Purchasing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705565
Meter Lab
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
705572
Judd, Dennis
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705573
Bellman, Mike
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705575
Olsen, Dean
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705576
Larson, Steve
Substation Construction
B-12 - SUBSTATION
705579
Gaidos, Chris
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
705582
Line Training Spare
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
705583
Kometz, Richard
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
705542
Howe, Josephie
Contracts & Purchasing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705587
Jewell, Teresa
Safety
A-16 - SAFETY
705588
Collins, Jeanette
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
705589
Eden, Robert
Environmental Affairs
E-8 - ENVIRONMTL
705590
Ellison, Keith
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
705593
Coleman, Gary
Automation
D-8 - SCADA
705595
Munsterman, Mike
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
705606
Haberman, Doug
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
705616
Letendre, Dana
Contracts & Purchasing
B-16 - WAREHOUSE
705627
McReynolds, Matt
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705651
Dolman, Randy
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
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Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
705652
Atwood, Jim
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
705653
Vinish, Ed
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-8 - INSPECTORS
705659
Heath, Emmett
Distribution Svcs AGM
D-16 - MANAGER
705660
Matsuzaki, Tom
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705669
Brennen, Michael
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705673
Gee, Daryl
IS Network Services
C-5 - CONF. 3
705678
Beyer, Jeff
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
705681
Steele, Diane
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705685
Routt, Jim
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-9 - SURVEY
705689
Pederson, Mark
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
705690
Parker, Lynn
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
705700
Stanwood CSR 1
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705701
Faries, Scott
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705710
Daniel, Glenn
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-7 - STANWOOD
705711
Hansen, Heidi
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705712
Meek, Doug
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
705714
ST Engineer Spare
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
706018
City of Evt Water 02
City of Everett Water Dept
D-10 - JACKSON MN
706019
City of Evt Water 01
City of Everett Water Dept
D-10 - JACKSON MN
707002
Stanwood CSR 2
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707003
Transportation Shop Trk 458
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707007
Stanwood Spare 1
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707009
SN Flagger 3
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
707017
Cust Serv Base 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707020
Cust Serv Base 2
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707021
Cust Serv Base 3
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707023
OC Flag 1
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
707024
OC Flag 2
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
707026
Water Shop 3
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707027
OC Flag 3
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
707047
Water Shop 2
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707049
MO Spare 1
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
707050
HL Spare 3
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707051
Transportation Spare 4
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707052
Transportation Spare 1
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707053
Water Shop 1
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707054
Water Shop 5
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707055
Water Shop 4
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
707056
Meter Spare 2
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
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C-11
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
707057
Meter Spare 4
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707058
Meter Spare 3
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707059
Meter Spare 5
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
707060
EOC Primary Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
707061
Jackson Spare 2
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
707063
T&D Spare 7
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707064
T&D Spare 8
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707104
HL Spare 1
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707105
HL Spare 2
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707112
Storm 01
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707114
Storm 03
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707115
Storm 04
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707116
Storm 05
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707117
Storm 06
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707118
Storm 07
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707119
Storm 08
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707120
Storm 09
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707121
Storm 10
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707122
Storm 11
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707123
Storm 12
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707124
Storm 13
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707125
Storm 14
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707126
Storm 15
Storm / TNS
B-2 - EVERETT
707128
Annex Spare 1
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
707129
Annex Spare 2
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
707130
MO Spare 2
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
707132
SN Spare 1
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
707133
South Cnty Spare 1
South County
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
707138
Transportation Spare 1
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707142
Stanwood Spare 2
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
707143
Power Schedule Base
Power Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
707144
Thorsen, John - Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
B-13 - TELECOM
707152
ConstSchedulingSpare
Project Scheduling
B-2 - EVERETT
707153
Cobb, Brian Home Base
Energy Control Dispatch
A-5 - ECC-2 EV-EA
707157
Passport 1
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
707158
GIS 1
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
707159
EOC Standby 1
Telecomm Network Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
707160
EOC Standby 2
Telecomm Network Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
707163
Security Guard - OPS
Risk Management
B-2 - EVERETT
C-12
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Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
707164
Bauer Dept Spare
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
707422
EB Pool Cars
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
707423
EOC Expanded Base
Telecomm Network Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
707426
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
707452
Cust Serv Spare 2
Customer Service
E-4 - CUST ACCT
707458
Cust Serv Ext Shft 2
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707459
Cust Serv Spare 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707460
Cust Serv Ext Shft 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
707465
OfficeCustodian
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
707470
Robinson, Randy
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
707480
T&D Spare 3
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707481
T&D Spare 5
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707482
T&D Spare 2
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707484
T&D Spare 1
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707485
T&D Spare 6
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707489
T&D Spare 4
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
707497
Arlington Spare
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707501
Holt, Bob
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707503
Anderson, Val
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707504
Arlington CSR 2
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707505
Arlington CSR 1
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707507
Janisko, Aaron
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707510
Ottenstror, Linda
Materials Mgmt & Warehousing
B-1 - ARLINGTON
707512
Gregory, John
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
708204
Concierge
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
708212
Waterman, Susan
Legal & Regulatory Srvcs
D-16 - MANAGER
708215
Cust Serv Street Light
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708220
Williams, Garth
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
708226
Langus, Jim
Chief Administrative Officer
D-16 - MANAGER
708228
Mattie, Faye
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708258
Skinner, Shelley
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708265
Hines, Dan
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708268
Jennings, Jim
Rates Economics & Trans Svcs
D-16 - MANAGER
708271
Holt, Jean
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708273
Willard, Jennifer
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708276
Danahy, Gayle
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708278
Kelso, Ed
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708287
Thurman, Chuck
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708288
Larsen, Mark
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
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C-13
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
708290
Nelson, Nancy
Energy Services
E-7 - ENERGY SRV
708296
Lim, Dana
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708301
Shay, Mike
Gen Acct & Financial Systems
D-16 - MANAGER
708302
Thompson, Julie
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708303
Hurling, Jim
Risk Management
A-15 - SECURITY
708307
Williams, Zeda
Water Resources Admin
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708329
Owens, Vicky
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708335
Klein, Ed
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708337
Olson, Norm
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708342
Cust Serv DL Desk
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708356
McPherson, Glenn
Finance AGM
D-16 - MANAGER
708380
Meter Reader Lead
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
708381
Williams, John
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
708382
Lindemuth, Dave
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
708391
McManis, Rob
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708413
Cashier 1
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708433
Hoffman, Susan
Customer Accounting
E-4 - CUST ACCT
708434
Landers, Karen
Customer Accounting
E-4 - CUST ACCT
708445
Erickson, Jim
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
708450
Ryan, Al
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708451
Butler, Bill
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
708489
Roetcisoender, Marsha
Customer Accounting
E-4 - CUST ACCT
708495
Bankruptcy Desk
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708498
Voorhies, Janet
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708501
Smith, Craig
Customer Service AGM
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708503
Duchaine, Dick
Information Services CIO
D-16 - MANAGER
708507
Beck, Connie
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708550
Aschenbrenner, Pam
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708552
Marks, Sandy
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708553
Bardell, Linda
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708554
Gutierrez, Germain
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708559
Rife, Andrew
Everett Engineering
E-5 - EVT ENGR
708572
Thurman, Chuck
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
708573
Billett, James
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
708575
Druckman, Angela
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708602
Cohen, Al
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708605
Water Dept EB Base
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708609
Wood, Brant
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708612
Facility Foreman Base
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
C-14
Appendix C: Radio ID # Sort
Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
708613
Water Shop Base
Water Operations & Maint
Contact Channel
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708618
Water Spare 1
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708619
Water Shop 6
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708621
Barnes, Janet
Risk Management
A-15 - SECURITY
708624
Schneider, Eric
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708636
Dahl, Erik
Water Resources Engineering
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708643
Berry, Jim
Customer Service
E-1 - CUST SVC 1
708646
Water Shop
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708668
Robbins, Michele
Communications & Marketing
D-16 - MANAGER
708673
Pride, Ed
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708677
Fleming, Joe
Mail Repro & Micrographics
-
708681
Austin, Kim
IS Technology Supp Svcs
F-16 - INFO SYS
708697
Brown, Major
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
708710
Anderson, Evan
Information Services
F-16 - INFO SYS
708787
Security Guard - EB
Risk Management
A-15 - SECURITY
708914
Moir, Ron
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
708959
Boggs, Tracy
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709201
Bartholomew, Larry
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709202
Helseth, Delaree
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709204
Hastings, Steve
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709206
Monson, Larry
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709207
Crerar, AJ
Metering
B-4 - MONROE
709209
Clark, Suellen
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709214
McNeil, Maury
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709216
Cleary, Jim
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709217
Kolson, Margaret
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709218
Williams, Bob
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709221
Morrison, Kevin
Metering
B-7 - STANWOOD
709223
Torgerson, Randy
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709225
Duncan, Vicky
Metering
B-10 - METER DEPT
709332
Tostado, Carlos
Construction & Maint Svcs
B-2 - EVERETT
709364
Fenney, Jeff
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
709365
Britton, Jeff
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
709366
Hutchins, Joe
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
709367
Wright, Casey
Construction & Maint Svcs
D-7 - YARD OPS
709475
Coker, Peggy
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709476
Schuller, Scott
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709477
Barker, Arlee
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709478
Rose, Jim
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
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Appendix C: Radio ID # Sort
C-15
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
709479
Price, Mark
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709480
McKinney, Zach
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709481
Smith, Howard
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709482
Aschenbrenner, Dale
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709483
Udman, Jamin
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709484
Schank, Ryan
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709486
Coker, Matt
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709487
Grenfell, Jon
Water Operations & Maint
D-14 - WTR MAIN
709553
Freimark, Steve
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
709554
Collier, Rob
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709555
Chavez, Juan
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709558
Dean, Kenneth
Facilities
A-14 - FACILITIES
709559
Schneider, Derek
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709560
Logghe, Larry
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709561
Grgich, Jim
Facilities Maintenance
A-14 - FACILITIES
709564
Graff, Martin
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709566
Frisinger, Larry
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709567
Cloninger, Bill
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709568
Baker, Paula
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709569
Turner, Shelly
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709570
Frisby, Lisa
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709572
Posey, Daren
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709573
Janes, Linda
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709575
Haynes, Thomas
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709577
Kellington, Joey
Facilities Custodial & Grounds
A-14 - FACILITIES
709700
Sweeney, Larry
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709701
Cox, Doug
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709705
Blanchard, Jim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709707
Watt, Dennis
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709710
Conklin, Glen
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709712
Belisle, Gene
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709713
Ottenstror, John
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709714
Bunting, Bruce
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709715
Morgan, Don
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709717
Toop, Dave
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709718
Backman, Chuck
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709719
Pederson, Jeff
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709721
Schoneman, Eddie
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709722
Frisinger, Bill
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
C-16
Appendix C: Radio ID # Sort
Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
709723
Cowan, Tim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709724
Bennett, Brian
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709725
Davis, Bill
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709726
Larson, Paul
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709728
Alex, Jim
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709730
Heckle, Mike
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709731
Peralez, Lupe
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709733
Andrews, Lee
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709737
Shirley, Gary
Transportation
B-14 - TRANSPORT
709904
Miori, Joe
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
709971
Easterling, Bill
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709972
Chrisman, Barry
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709973
Bradley, Larry
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709975
Miles, Danny
Water Resources Engineering
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709976
Bradley, Martin
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709978
Maxwell, Bob
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709980
Brownell, Don
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
709981
Larson, Gaylin
Jackson Project
D-10 - JACKSON MN
750364
MO Flag 1
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
750427
Gudgeon, Dan
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
750436
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
750492
ECC Relief Srvc Trk 492
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
752000
Meter Reader 2000
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
752001
Meter Reader 2001
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
752002
Almvig, Kristi
Meter Reading
B-11 - MTR READER
754000
Christensen, Curtis
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
754001
HL Restoration Trk
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
754002
Daniel, Jim
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
754003
Stanwood One Ton
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
754325
Manning, Sheila
Trans & Distrib Eng Svcs
D-4 - T&D ENGR
756500
OC 90ft Manlift 500
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760244
SN Flagger 2
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760258
Annex Flag 2
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
760358
HL Flag 2
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760362
OC Flag 7
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
760364
MO Flag 2
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760366
Arlington Flag 1
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760368
McGuire, Jeff
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760369
OC Flag 9
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
Appendix C: Radio ID # Sort
C-17
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
760395
OC Flag 5
Everett Line
B-9 - FLAGGING
760425
Keys, JD
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760426
HL UG Van
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760427
Rife, Joe
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760428
Meyer, Bill
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760429
Myers, Art
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760430
Burt, Dale
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760431
Butcher, Kit
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760435
OPS Vacant Crew 435
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760436
Roope, Steve
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760439
Morgan, Claude
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760440
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760451
HL Flag 4
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760483
Lee, Errol
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760484
Fredrickson, John
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760486
Smith, Mark
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760487
Jonas, Ron
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760488
Dinneen, Jack
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760489
Kime, Brad
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760490
Taylor, Tad
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760491
Schwartz, Dale
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760494
Ramich, Dave
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760495
Keating, Dan
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760496
Mulder, Don
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760500
Canales, Jose
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760501
Little, Dave
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760502
Weller, Mike
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760506
Ollom, Keith
Everett Serviceman
C-11 - EVT SRVMEN
760508
Lawson, Gary
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760510
OC Street Light Trk 493
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760511
Pajer, Bryan
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760513
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760514
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760518
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760522
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760530
Walsh, Paul
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
760531
Petroskie, Jim
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
760532
Anderson, Steve
Vegetation Management
B-15 - TREETRIM
760533
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
C-18
Appendix C: Radio ID # Sort
Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
ID
Name
Department
Contact Channel
760541
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760542
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760554
Baggett, Kevin
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760555
Williams, Michael
Hall’s Lake Line
B-6 - SOUTH CNTY
760557
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760559
Sabella, Randy
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
760560
McCaffrey, Bill
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760563
Spurrier, Warren
Arlington
B-1 - ARLINGTON
760564
Riddle, Joe
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760565
Knight, Steve
Snohomish
B-5 - SNOHOMISH
760567
Cooley, Chuck
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760568
Harrell, Richard
Everett Annex Crews
B-3 - EVERT ANEX
760570
Whitecotton, Billy
Everett Line
B-2 - EVERETT
760573
Brown, Paul
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
760576
Russell, Chuck
Stanwood
B-7 - STANWOOD
760587
Bergman, Al
Monroe
B-4 - MONROE
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APPENDIX D: Simple Radio Protocol/Phonetic Alphabet
Alert the called party first by using his or her name or call sign (vehicle number) first,
then identify yourself. Subsequent communication can be carried on without
identifying the name or call sign.
You say:
To indicate:
“over”
You have finished this part of your communication
and you want the other person to respond.
“roger”
You have understood instructions or a request.
“out”
You are ending your communications. This lets the
Talkgroup know that you are finished and that the
Talkgroup is free for others to use.
Example:
Joan: “Jim, this is Joan. Over.”
Jim: “Joan, this is Jim. Over.”
Joan: “Would you bring your truck in for refueling? Over.”
Jim: “Roger. I will be in at 11:30. Over.”
Joan: “I will see you then. Out.”
Jim: “Out.”
One unit (206) calling a second unit (207):
206: “207, this is 206. Over.”
207: “206, this is 207. Over.”
206: “When you complete the job on Colby, will you let us know?”
207: “Roger. We should be here another hour. Over.”
206: “Roger. Out.”
207: “Out.”
Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
Appendix D
D-1
Appendix D: Phonetic Alphabet
Use the following words to stand for the letters of the alphabet when spelling out
names and other words that would aid the understanding of your communication.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
D-2
ALPHA
BRAVO
CHARLIE
DELTA
ECHO
FOXTROT
GOLF
HOTEL
INDIA
JULIET
KILO
LIMA
MIKE
NOVEMBER
OSCAR
PAPA
QUEBEC
ROMEO
SIERRA
TANGO
UNIFORM
VICTOR
WHISKEY
X-RAY
YANKEE
ZULU
Appendix D
Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
APPENDIX E: Failsoft Master List — Feb. 2003
In the event of a Failsoft condition, our 900 MHz radio system is divided to provide continuing radio operations in a “shared” capacity. Each group below identifies which Talkgroups are
assigned together on a particular channel. Please remember to use proper radio protocol during a Failsoft condition to facilitate the shared use of these resources.
Group 1 ECC-1
Group 2 ECC-2
Group 3 ECC-3
Group 4 QUIET
FACILITIES
WATER ENGR
EVERET ENGR.
ENERGY SRVS
TRANSPORT
RISK MGMT
METERRDR
PLAT
Environmental
CONF #1
CONF #2
CONF #3
CONF #4
STORM 1
STORM 2
T&D ENGR
SUB.ENGR
PRO.ENGR
SCADA
DIS.ENGR
SUP.ENGR
FLAGGING
SURVEY
PWR QLTY
Group 5 WATER_MN
WATER_CO
CUST. ACCT.
JACKSON
TAC-7
TAC-8
TAC-9
TAC-10 (Emerg.Mgmt)
STORM 3
STORM 4
STORM 5
Group 6 LOCAL OF.
YARD OPS
SAFETY
ECC-4
CREW DISPATCH
TAC-1
TAC-2
TAC-3
TAC-4
SERVICEMEN
RESTORATION
Tool Room
Inspectors
TREE TRM
SUB.STA
Group 8
Telecom T-2
CS_FIELD
JACKSON 1
JACKSON 2
MTR DEPT
Group 9
WATER_DA
DATA AQ
Group 10 TELECOM
Telecom T-1
SECURITY
CUR DIV
Group 7 MONROE
SNOH
ARLING
STANWOOD
SOUTH CTY
EVERETT
EVT ANNEX
Cust 2
Cust 3
STORES
Dist. Srvs. Emerg.
Snohomish County PUD Radio Operations Manual • Rev. 6/03
Appendix E
E-1