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After a Monday Night Anniversary Celebration, Steve Elliott Shares Invensys' Vision and Roadmap for Triconex Safety Systems
Is It Allowable to Use the Control Valve as a Safety Shutdown System?
FF-SIF Transcends the Limitations of Conventional Safety System Design by Introducing New and Innovative Ways of Thinking About Safety
ABB is participating in the ISA106 committee's efforts to go beyond layers of protection, and integrate sequential and procedural safety methods into process control applications
The May cover story of CONTROL magazine takes a look at how some end users and vendors struggle to understand new safety regulations and how they are dealing with safety standard issues.
Are Accidents Caused by Poor Safety Standards or by Poor Implementation?
The Basic Ingredient in Any Process Safety Program Is Strong Leadership.
Demand on Safety System (DOSS) Reports Help Head Off Safety Incidents
Who Should Have the "Last Word" on Safety, the Machine or the Operator?
In Which We Sort Through the Complexities of Building Intrinsically Safe Fieldbus and Ethernet Networks in Hazardous Plant Areas
In 2004, ISA adopted the most recent safety standard, ANSI/ISA 84.00.01. And though its a good start, its clear that S84 is just the tip of the iceberg toward management of functional safety.
Galvanic Isolators Can Solve Some of Your Intrinsic Safety Problems
Fieldbus Intrinsic Safety Concept
Emerson's I/O on Demand Approach Transformed Users' Ability to Flexibly Deploy Modular, Distributed Safety Applications
Upon Close Examination It Appears That the Product Approval Process of IEC 61508 (1) Has Veered Seriously Off Course, Possibly Rendering Many Safety Instrumented System (SIS) Applications Less Reliable Than Expected or Required
Eastman Chemical Uses FISCO and Advanced Diagnostics to Implement Intrinsically Safe Fieldbus in a Hazardous and Corrosive Environment
There is some major-league wriggling going on as participants try to avoid simply discussing whether many U.S. oil and gas producers and their supporting industries are doing their best on process safety.
Leaders from L'Oreal, PepsiCo and General Motors Share Safety Best Practices, PepsiCo, Bill Torrance
Our First 25 Years Have Seen Arcane Systems Evolve into a Highly Standardized and Tightly Regulated Discipline
SIF, SIS, SIL, SRS, SLC? What Does All This Mean?
Readers Help a Reader Solve This Control Problem
Demonstrating ABB's Breadth and Depth of Their Lifecycle Offering Systems
DOSS Determines the Frequency and Number of Demands Against the Process Parameters Operating on the Verge of Safe Operating Limits
The Process Manufacturing Industries Are Inherently Dangerous. Accident Still Happen, Plants Blow Up, and People Get Injured
Efficiency Translates to Safer, More Reliable and More Profitable Plants