Successful partnering of risk management processes to a control and safety system optimizes critical and non-critical safeguards to maximize safety, but the need for risk management goes beyond safety; it’s an integral part of operational excellence.
A Safety Requirements Specification is the last step in the Concept Phase of ACM’s Quad Model, after determining the need for a Safety Instrumented System. Now we explain creating a SRS and how the SRS guides the development of the SIS Specification.
The practice of risk management and the Process Safety Management (PSM) mindset of many firms in the Western Canadian process market - chemicals, oil and gas, pulp and paper, water treatment and utilities has advanced significantly since 2003.
Today, owner/operators of process facilities are searching for SIL tool sets to complete the intent of the IEC 61511 standard in a more elegant fashion - one that integrates seamlessly, and in one common database, all the Safety Lifecycle activities.
Developed by ACM and used successfully for onshore and offshore projects, SilCore™ integrates all aspects of the SIL Life Cycle – from importing data to enabling facility operators to manage the integrity of safety and critical control systems.