Register Now for the 4th Safety Control Systems Conference in Calgary, Canada

Registrations for the 4th Safety Control Systems Conference are now open!

Take advantage of our Early Bird rate – Register by Wednesday 29th October and SAVE $150!

The conference will focus on the technology and application of safety-related control and instrumentation systems in the chemicals, energy, mining and manufacturing industries. It will give you the tools to help reduce the risk of cyber security threats on your industrial control systems, and examine the complex and challenging issues of using control systems technology to maintain and improve the safety of people and plant, while ensuring profitability.

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS & WORKSHOP PRESENTERS

Paul Gruhn, ISA Fellow; Global Process Safety Consultant, Rockwell Automation

Paul is an ISA Fellow, a member of the ISA 84 standard committee (on safety instrumented systems), and developed the first commercial safety system modelling program over 20 years ago.

Sean Carron, Vice President Engineering & Technology, Combustion Solutions Inc.

Sean is a registered professional engineer (P.Eng) and certified functional safety expert (CFSE) with 20 years of experience in the design, construction and commissioning of SIL-rated burner management systems.

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS – TUESDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2014

  • Workshop with an industry safety system expert
  • New developments in the 2015 version of the CSA B149.3 code for burner management systems
CONFERENCE TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Process industry accidents – lessons learned the hard way and how to avoid them ● LOPA: beyond the basics ● Proposed methodology for tank farm SIL determination – application example ● Proof test coverage factors – setting the record straight ● Practical burner management solutions for multiple burner furnaces ● Migrating legacy trip systems ● Case Study: Performance standard based burner management system ● Expected and unintended effects of instrumented safety protections ● Implementing full burner management and combustion control to meet Canadian codes ● How to know if your operators are «in control» ● Safety by design ● Looking beyond certification ● The impact of bypassing and imperfect testing on safety instrumented system performance ● Considerations for competency management in safety control systems ● HBSE and risk assessment: adventure on a tight rope ●

For the complete Conference Program and to register, download the REGISTRATION BROCHURE; email conferences@idc-online.com; or phone 1800 324 4244.

Check out our other IDC Conferences at our webpage www.idc-online.com/conferences-main

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