MOORE INDUSTRIES (2014) Safety Instrumented Systems The Logic of Single Loop Logic Solvers
MOORE INDUSTRIES (2014) Safety Instrumented Systems The Logic of Single Loop Logic Solvers

Much of this growth has been driven by increased
awareness of destruction of property, injuries and loss
of life associated with tragic events that are widely
publicized in the worldwide media. Companies, of
course, have a moral and legal obligation to limit risk
posed by their operations. In addition to their social
responsibilities, the costs of litigation measuring in the
billions of dollars has caught the eye of risk management
executives worldwide.
As a result, management recognizes the financial
rewards of utilizing a properly designed process system
that optimizes reliability and safety.
That’s why companies are now actively taking steps
to comply with various national and worldwide safety
standards such as ANSI/ISA 84 and IEC 61508/61511.
To accomplish this, safety practitioners look to a “new
generation” of equipment specifically designed and
approved for use in Safety Instrumented Systems that
utilize Electrical and/or Electronic and/or Programmable
(E/E/PE) technologies.

MOORE INDUSTRIES (2014) Safety Instrumented Systems The Logic of Single Loop Logic Solvers

MOORE INDUSTRIES (2014) Safety Instrumented Systems The Logic of Single Loop Logic Solvers
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