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Part 1 of 6 - Introduction - Safety Lifecycle Seminar - Emerson Exchange 2010

In San Antonio, Emerson Exchange 2010 featured a new Meet the Experts concept that provides participants to interact with recognized experts on focused topics. Emerson's Mike Boudreaux provided a 2 hour session on Safety Lifecycle Management. This was an interactive short seminar that has been designed to help business leaders and managers in the process industries have a general understanding of existing industry standards and best practices for safety instrumented systems. This seminar provides a practical overview of the safety lifecycle, including key considerations for each phase. In addition to the typical design concepts related to safety instrumented functions and safety integrity levels, important concepts such as organizational design, competency management, planning, and continuous verification will be discussed.

Part 1 introduces the concept of risk management and explains how process safety fits into an overall occupational safety program, but is very different from personal safety.

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Part 1 of 6 - Introduction - Safety Lifecycle Seminar - Emerson Exchange 2010

  1. 1. Mike Boudreaux<br />DeltaV SIS Brand Manager<br />
  2. 2. Not all activities in life are safe…<br />
  3. 3. …and we have different levels of risk tolerance<br />
  4. 4. …and we have different levels of risk tolerance<br />
  5. 5. Occupational<br />safety<br />Mechanical<br />Integrity<br />Structural<br />Design<br />FallPrevention<br />Inherently<br />Safer<br />Design<br />Policies &<br />Procedures<br />Facility<br />Siting<br />Ergonomics<br />Work<br />Schedules<br />Functional<br />Safety<br />Safety<br />Audits<br />Personal<br />Protective<br />Equipment<br />Emergency<br />Response<br />Employee<br />Training<br />Risk<br />Assessment s<br />Total <br />Recordables<br />Management<br />Of Change<br />
  6. 6. Personal<br />safety<br />Process <br />safety<br />Mechanical<br />Integrity<br />Structural<br />Design<br />FallPrevention<br />Inherently<br />Safer<br />Design<br />Policies &<br />Procedures<br />Facility<br />Siting<br />Ergonomics<br />Work<br />Schedules<br />Functional<br />Safety<br />Safety<br />Audits<br />Personal<br />Protective<br />Equipment<br />Emergency<br />Response<br />Employee<br />Training<br />Risk<br />Assessment s<br />Total <br />Recordables<br />Management<br />Of Change<br />
  7. 7. Process safety<br />Mechanical<br />Integrity<br />Inherently<br />Safer<br />Design<br />Policies &<br />Procedures<br />Facility<br />Siting<br />Safety<br />Audits<br />Functional<br />Safety<br />Emergency<br />Response<br />Employee<br />Training<br />Risk<br />Assessment s<br />Management<br />Of Change<br />
  8. 8. Bhopal, India, 1984<br />Texas City Refinery, USA, 2004<br />Chernobyl, Russia, 1986<br />Piper Alpha, UK, 1988<br />Why do accidents happen?<br />
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  11. 11. “You can have a very good accident rate for ‘hard hat’ accidents but not for process ones.”<br />
  12. 12. “The fact that you’ve had 20 years without a catastrophic event is no guarantee that there won’t be one tomorrow.”<br />