November 2016

Special Focus: Plant Safety and Environment

Effectively execute legacy safety systems migration—Part 1

This two-part study will investigate the challenges of migrating legacy safety systems, and review effective means of repeatedly and effectively executing compliant migrations.

Mulholland, D., Trinity Integrated Systems

This two-part study will investigate the challenges of migrating legacy safety systems, and review effective means of repeatedly and effectively executing compliant migrations. Part 1 will focus on the requirements within the applicable standards, and Part 2 (Hydrocarbon Processing, December) will detail the means by which effective and compliant migrations can be carried out. Historical perspective In recent years, the requirements for compliance with functional safety best practices have become a key prerequisite for the realization of safety solutions. The predominant causes of incidents are systematic errors that cannot be corrected without modification of the system: the repair or rep

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