Software Provides First Process Safety Management Solution

Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) has launched its Process Safety Suite that centralizes and synchronizes disparate process safety data to eliminate errors and inconsistencies, and creates a complete, real-time view of safety risk for all levels of an organization. The solution integrates aeSolutions’ aeShield process safety software with Honeywell’s Safety Builder, Process Safety Analyzer and Trace solutions. Process Safety Suite is a response to the time-intensive, manual procedures that most large industrial facilities use to manage process safety today.

 

“The aeShield and Honeywell technologies work together to integrate critical steps in the process safety lifecycle,” said John Rudolph, president HPS. “The result is an enterprise-wide risk identification and reduction capability that is unique in the industrial process safety market.”

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Process Safety Suite allows safety personnel to monitor process conditions by comparing actual performance from the plant historian with pre-defined hazard conditions from the risk analysis and take immediate action to minimize risk. It also facilitates analyses such as Process Hazard Analysis (PHA), Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA), Safety Requirements Specification (SRS), and Safety Integrity Level (SIL) calculations and classifications. For more information, visit Honeywell Process Solutions.

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