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Calgary, AB, June 2014 - ACM Facility Safety™ is pleased to announce a partnership agreement focused on providing education and innovation through the donation of 25 SafeGuard Profiler software licenses for the next three years (valued at $200,000/year) to SAIT Polytechnic’s Instrumentation program. In addition to the licenses, ACM will provide training onsite or in-house along with technical support for SAIT’s instructors and IT personnel.


Published January 13, 2015 under Safeguard Profiler

ACM Facility Safety and Endress+Hauser are partnering to present 2-day P&ID courses in the USA at Endress+Hauser's Process Training Unit in Greenwood, Indiana. The training will be delivered by instructors from ACM Facility Safety. View their profiles here.

Click Here to find out more about the course and course dates.

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Published January 09, 2015
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Find below a YouTube training series on ACM Safeguard Profiler Software, as well as LOPA and SIF information. Visit or Contact Us for more information!
Published January 05, 2015 under Safeguard Profiler
Keep Calm its Just a Bypass

Explore a method of making HAZOP and LOPA data available at a field level so that operations can make informed decisions, from a risk management perspective. Review the functionality of a Bypass Management System and the requirements to make it effective at site.

Published December 10, 2014 by Fareed Ebrahim  under SafeGuard Sentinel

HAZOP and Safety Integrity Level (SIL studies encourage adding safeguards such as alarms and trip with little consideration for cost or operability of the plant once it is running. This results in processes that cannot be operated without bypassing a large number of the interlocks, and important alarms are lost in the hundreds or thousands of signals assaulting the operator. Many of these bypasses stay on for longer than needed, or perhaps are never turned off.

Published December 08, 2014 by Patrick Fisher, Yijia Sun, Fareed Ebrahim under Risk Consulting Services


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