Saturday 18 September 2010

Safetytrack at #ISAwk

The International Society of Automation (ISA) announced today the offerings of its Safety Track at ISA Automation Week 2010: Technology and Solutions Event, Tuesday, 4-7 October 2010 in Houston, Texas, USA.

The Safety Track offers in-depth sessions focused on alarm management, safety instrumented systems, fire and gas detection, maintenance, test and measurement, boiler safety, and management of safety-related projects.

Safety Track session titles include:
  • Identification of Required Shutdowns—Procedures and Legal Implications
  • Safety Field Bus for the Process Industry
  • Field Instrumentation—Proof Testing and Validation of Your Reliability Data
  • Alarm Management and the Functional Safety Lifecycle
  • Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) Panel Discussion
  • SIS Fundamentals Tutorial
  • Fire & Gas (F&G) System Design—Performance Based Modeling for your Mitigation Layer
  • Safety Application Workshop—Guidance on Identifying Safety Instrument Functions (SIF) on Your Burner Management System (BMS)
Complete details of each Safety session are now available online

“A fundamental event including workshops, open Q&A panels, and expert participants from ISA’s Standards Committees and industry’s top companies that delve into the most critical topics every safety engineer needs to know, makes the Safety Track a fine learning tool for professionals following any career path,” said ISA Automation Week Program Committee co-chair and 2009 ISA President Gerald Cockrell of Indiana State University.

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