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What every manager should know on control safety instrumented systems

11.01.2013  |  Shah, G. C.,  Wood Group Mustang, Houston, Texas

Plant and project managers have limited time to wade through the volumes of jargon, terminology, and new processes and equipment associated with key security issues.

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The security over process control and safety systems has become a major concern within the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI). Managers want to ensure that their plants or projects are safe and secure at all times. Unfortunately, plant and project managers have limited time to wade through the volumes of jargon, terminology, and new processes and equipment associated with security issues. Here are some guidelines to improve control and safety systems from the managerial level.

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Ahmed
11.12.2013

Just small correction SIS stands for safety instrumented system not safety integrity system

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