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The proper specification, installation and maintenance (mechanical integrity) of instruments and analyzers directly impact the safety and reliability of operating facilities. Members of the refining and process industry need the tools to capture/categorize both instrument and analyzer reliability data and the work processes to turn that data into useful information for continuous improvement.
Please make plans to attend and actively participate in this interactive workshop. This is especially important to all design engineers/technicians, maintenance engineers/technicians, and reliability engineers/technicians. Make your voice and needs heard, as we move forward in the development of a multi-generation plan to capture, categorize, and furnish field data to the Chemical Center for Process Safety Process Equipment Reliability Database (CCPS/PERD). A first generation database tool used to capture proof test and reliability data to be shared with PERD will be demonstrated.
This workshop will be held in room 401 of Rudder Tower on the Texas A & M campus. A link to the entire symposium content and information for registration is here.