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EVENT NAME:

FACTORY
(EST. 1835)

Event names should effectively summarize what transpired without providing detail. Event names can be displayed with or without all-caps.
It's important to note that if you aren't using all-caps, the first letter of every word should be capitalized. This applies to all sections until otherwise specified.
It should also be noted that periods should not be used either, until otherwise specified.
The grey bar on the side will have to be altered to fit the amount of rows present in the Event Report. To do this change "rowspan = '#'" from the first cell code to the correct amount.
EVENT ID:
Event IDs are formatted as the first letter in the most relevant word followed by a dash and an arbitrary five-digit numerical designation.
For example, a format regarding corporate sabotage might be ID'd as "S-14919"
IMPORTANCE:
Low/Medium/High [CHOOSE ONE]
LOCATION:
Area that the event took place in. Generally speaking, Factory formats focus on events that occur in their factories, though other locations can be used.
Factory-owned areas are designated by stating the compass direction and the country/county/state the Factory is in, followed by what purpose the building serves. E.G. "Northwestern Idaho Manufacturing Center".1
DATE:
The day in which the event occurred.
Formatted as M D, Y, with the month written as a word, the day, written using digits, followed by that number's placement suffix, and the year written using digits. E.G. "January 5th, 1969".
PRIMARY ACTOR(S):
  • The non-Factory individuals that are directly involved
  • Formatted using bullet points, regardless of the number of actors
  • This section should be devoid of periods
  • Individuals should be listed using the format of "Group that they work for, and then their name, such as the example below"
  • SCP Foundation Employee George Georgerson
  • If no actors can be identified, feel free to say that they're unknown
PRIMARY FACTORY ACTOR:

The person or thing that participated the most in the event. Make sure you specify their position before their name. E.G. "Intern Margaret Weirdname"2

OTHER PARTICIPATING FACTORY ACTORS:
  • Formatted in the same manner as the Primary Actors section, but with Factory employees
OTHER AFFECTED STAKEHOLDERS:
  • Any groups that would logically be affected by the event
  • Can include Factory customers, Factory stockholders, and specific named groups, companies, and/or individuals
RELEVANT PRIOR INFORMATION:

[PERIODS ARE USED FROM THIS POINT FORWARDS | FIRST-LETTER CAPITALIZATION IS NOT USED FROM THIS POINT FORWARDS]
Exactly what it sounds like. Any information that would influence the event or help the reader to understand what's going on.

DESCRIPTION:

A short summary of the order of events section. A short description of the trigger is allowed, but not necessary.

TRIGGER:

A short or somewhat detailed explanation of what occurred to cause the event. Dialogue may be present and should be formatted either in a quote block (As shown below)3.

Quote block

-Person quoted, formatting in the same way as the primary actors section, sans bullet point.

ORDER OF EVENTS
Actor Action Factory Response
Raw materials partially disengaged from their mountings on Production Line R Assembly Line Technician Emily Parker attempts to secure loose materials.
Raw Materials are uncooperative, and attempt to unfasten further mountings. Technician Parker initiates emergency line shutdown.
Raw Materials fully disengage from restraints and attempt to use pneumatic rivet hammer in unauthorized manner. Technician Parker attempts to recover pneumatic rivet hammer from raw materials, suffering severe injuries in the process
Raw materials attempt to compromise mountings of additional raw materials. Security personnel arrive and subdue raw materials.
RESULTS/FOLLOW UP
The following have been identified as points of failure in this incident, and are accompanied by recommended corrective policies: