Thomas D. Salute
Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida, May 5, 1993
Nuclear Leadership Academy for Maintenance Supervisor, Robinson Nuclear Plant 12/2012
SRO Certification, Crystal River Nuclear Station, 2008
Nuclear Power Plant Qualifications
Life Cycle Management/Obsolescence
Self Assessment Lead Assessor
Level I/II Vibration Certification
Apparent Cause Evaluator (ACE)
Level I Oil Analysis Certification
Level I Thermography Certification
10CFR 50.59 Evaluator
Procedure Tech Reviewer
10CFR 50.59 Evaluator
Root Cause Team Lead
Technical Manager, Crystal River Generating Staion, Crystal River FL, 09/2013 – Present
Site Technical Manager. Manager engineering staff for four coal generating stations. Responsible for long range planning, the technical bases for the operating units, configuration management, plant health, and outage inspections.
Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Maintenance Supervisor, Crystal River Nuclear Station, Crystal River FL, 05/2012– 9/2013
As the maintenance engineer responsibilities include first responder to technical issues encounter by the maintenance personnel, evaluate and implement maintenance enhancements for improved work practices, and support planning and development of complex maintenance evolutions. As the Maintenance supervisor responsibilities include direct oversight of safe day to day activities performed by the maintenance personnel, interface with station stake holders to prioritizes manpower, and implement complex maintenance.
Plant Health Engineer, Progress Energy, Crystal River Nuclear Station, Crystal River FL, 05/11- 06/12
Responsible for ensuring that the station has a viable Long Range Plan and that the stations priorities are focused to support the Long Range Plan.
System Engineer (Senior), Progress Energy, Crystal River Nuclear Station, Crystal River FL, 01/05-05/11 Responsible for monitoring and documenting assigned systems performance, identifying and implementing cost responsible enhancements/maintenance to maintain high system performance, providing support for plant operations and maintenance departments during equipment reliability issues, plant thermal performance testing and evaluation. Project Manager for R15 turbine project, and R14, R15, R16 Nozzle Dams. System Owner experience: Auxiliary Steam, Condensate, Extraction Steam, Gland Steam, Gland Water, Main Steam, Reheat Steam, and Turbine.
Predictive Maintenance Program Manager, Progress Energy, Crystal River Nuclear Station, Crystal River, FL, 12/02-01/05
Responsible for monitoring plant equipment to maximize equipment and plant reliability using the following technologies: Vibration (Level II Certification) Oil Analysis (Level I Certification) Thermography (Level I Certification). Duties include collecting data, analyzing data, robotic inspections, providing recommendations, maintenance and operations support during trouble shooting and testing, communicating to management on equipment status, maintaining the Predictive Maintenance program.
System Engineer (Senior), Progress Energy, Crystal River Nuclear Station, Crystal River FL, 03/99-12/02 Responsible for monitoring and documenting assigned systems performance, identifying and implementing cost responsible enhancements/maintenance to maintain high system performance, providing ...
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