Misconceptions regarding SIL
Do these statements sound familiar? "Having SIL means I've achieved safety" "Having a certificate means I’ve complied with the SIL" "Having redundancy means I’m safer" "Install SIL and forget about it" "Having SIL means the plant is running"
Benefits of Process Simulation: Smart Safety, Simulated
No two industrial plants are the same. The same can be said for plant safety chains that constantly mitigate risk and keep valuable assets protected. It’s often difficult to get an oversight on system performance. Read how dynamic simulation and visualization tools can ensure systems keep the gap on safety closed.
Safe, Secure, Digital: The Evolution of TÜV
In the course of digitization, TÜV has not only further developed all applicable standards – it has developed itself. And now, it is proving its resilience against the effects of the coronavirus. How has the company managed to accomplish this – and what can the process industry learn from it?
Downtime: How COVID-19 Influences Industrial Markets
In the process industry, customer demand and supply chains are both suffering as a direct result of COVID-19. This is impacting investment decisions. Drawing from a recent ARC automation index and capital expenditure report, we observe market trends during this critical period.
Checklist: Does Your Safety System Need an Update?
As a plant operator, how do you determine if your existing safety system still fulfills all key requirements? Our checklist helps to give you an overview of how safe your plant is.