Logan Jumonville - TestsForge Expert Profile


Logan Jumonville is a software developer for the certification exam in TestsForge. Mr. Jumonville attended TestsForge after an extensive career in software developing. After graduating from University of Georgia, Mr. Jumonville worked in the Exin as the user experience developer, and then as a senior software developer in Microsoft in Redmond. He joined TestsForge in 2002. In addition to developing the certification exam prep software, Mr. Jumonville continues to serve as counselor for many software developing companies. He is focusing on the following certification exams prep software developing now: HP0-S32 HP BladeSystem Networking, 642-566 SSSE, 642-813 Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks, 642-785 Maintaining Cisco Service Provider Quality of Service, HP0-A02 HP-UX 11i v3 Advanced System Administration, 648-232 Cisco WebEx Solutions Design and Implementation, HP2-E48 Selling Through Curiosity, 650-302 Cisco SaaS Conferencing and EIM Resale ATP for the AM (PACSCERAM), HP0-266 Servicing HP Monochrome LaserJet MFP Printers,High-End, 1Y0-991 Citrix MetaFrame XP Advanced Admin, HP0-336 Identity Management, HP0-A22 NonStop Systems and Technologies, HP0-090 HP-UX Virtual Server Environment, 350-080 CCIE Data Center Written and HP0-Y13 ProCurve Network Management. Logan Jumonville also builds and maintains the website for Energy Facility Contractors Group at the part-time. The Energy Facility Contractors Group (EFCOG) wishes to promote excellence in the operation of DOE facilities. This goal includes the management and integration of the facilities in a safe manner that is also consistently environmentally friendly, cost-effective, and efficient. A thorough exchange of information is promoted as the best way to ensure that these goals are met. Throughout the EFCOG website, members are able to review issues that pertain to the DOE, including the latest relevant news and issues. The EFCOG hopes that including these aspects on their website will help to encourage collaboration between members, which will lead to developing improved practices and processes.



1. Training news and issues are covered on the EFCOG's Electrical Safety Subgroup knowledge portal by Logan Jumonville. Sharing innovative new ideas about safety is one of the goals of the web page.

 

2. Hot documents, issues, and upcoming events pertaining to Occupational Medicine are given precedence on the web page of Occupational Medicine Subgroup by Logan Jumonville. The EFCOG hopes this knowledge portal can lead to greater collaborative efforts between professionals.

 

3. The EFCOG is a volunteer organization that began in 1991. They sponsor interactive workshops to help encourage innovation in business management, safety analysis, safeguards, security, engineering practices, and environmental safety. If you have any question about the membership, just contact Logan Jumonville. …The Department of Energy is aware of and supports the efforts of EFCOG and has stated that costs associated with workshops and meetings where technical information is exchanged are reimbursable …

 

4. According to Logan Jumonville, the EFCOG is devoted to the concept of "Best Practices." They define these practices as those which are proven, practiced, and recognized as positive by managers. …The number of "Best Practices" in each of the Topical Areas are shown in parentheses ….

 

5. Best practices used by the Subgroup E Hazardous Electrical Energy Control are discussed on the web page of 120.htm by Logan Jumonville. A PDF is available for visitors to download. …Hazardous electrical energy control occurrences for the DOE complex are trended and analyzed monthly by HSS …

 

6. Logan Jumonville also creates the web page of Electrical Safety Subgroup Charter. …They are expected to actively participate in all ESSG efforts to ensure a teaming environment and maximize collective expertise…

 

7. Logan Jumonville creates the web page of EFCOG Best Practice #143 on February 22nd, 2013. …This best practice provides clarification for Department of Energy facilities lightning protection requirements outlined in the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 780, Standard for the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems…

 

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