The protection of personnel, processes, and the surrounding environment remains a significant part of any automation strategy. There are hazards and risks with any industrial application and process safety is a major concern to anyone who works in the process industries. We provide a broad portfolio to meet your unique process safety requirements through Sensia, a JV between Rockwell Automation and Schlumberger established October 2019.
Is there an easier way to keep your facility safe? Yes. We have products, the experience, and know-how to take your safety initiatives to the next level. We have scalable solutions that are fail-safe, fault-tolerant, and support triple modular redundancy (TMR). Learn more about how this approach could work for your facility.
There are fundamental steps to determine if your existing systems are acceptable. The first step would be to identify all safety instrumented functions and determine what level of performance they need to meet. This includes establishing the required safety integrity level (SIL) of each safety instrumented function (SIF).
Sensia, a JV created by Rockwell Automation and Schlumberger in October 2019, has a team of knowledgeable engineers who understand the entire process safety lifecycle. Years of experience in the design, deployment and maintenance of process safety systems enable Sensia to deliver a solution that helps you operate your plant efficiently without compromising safety.
Sensia also provides a variety of engineering services that can help you reduce risk while helping keep projects on time and on budget.
The Functional Safety for Process guide provides an introduction to functional safety for process applications and guidance in the application of IEC61511. This standard is the process industry-specific implementation of IEC61508 that covers the safety management of electrical, electronic and programmable electronic systems throughout their lifecycle.
Recent events in the process industries have emphasized the importance of maintaining the highest standards of safety. These events have spotlighted the potential worker, environmental, and business ramifications of a significant safety event. Companies and the operators who manage their production facilities demand the highest level of safety. This high level of safety helps protect personnel, the environment, and assets while maintaining maximum uptime and minimal operational disruption.
The decision to upgrade a safety system in a process plant is never one that is taken lightly. The drivers behind this decision are often complex and influenced by many factors and stakeholders. Asset owners commonly find themselves faced with a primary and secondary set of reasons for a safety system upgrade.
We provide a wide range of services to help increase productivity, optimize plant assets, and improve financial performance. We also offer flexibility in the delivery and support of the PlantPAx® system through the global reach of the Rockwell Automation PartnerNetwork™.
Whether you are an engineer, operator, or maintenance professional, ongoing training can help improve performance and assist with knowledge transfer. We offer various forms of training including tailored, on-site, virtual and standard instructor-led courses.