Safety Lifecycle Workbook

Supplied by Emerson Process Management on Thursday, 30 April, 2015


Of all of the issues facing today’s process manufacturers, ensuring safe operations and guaranteeing shutdown when necessary are paramount. Companies that do not plan and manage process operational risks face fines, production outages, equipment damage and serious injury or loss of life.

For that reason, process manufacturers have to ensure that the design of the Safety Instrumented System (SIS) is at the heart of an effective safety lifecycle methodology that will enable proper process design and implementation to meet the requirements for both safety and process availability.

With today’s technology and best practices, there is no reason not to put safety first. Process manufacturers should be familiar with key international safety standards and concepts to effectively implement safer operations.


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