In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Whitney Vandiver PhD explains how infectious disease training can be designed for Control Room Management (CRM).
The second webinar in the partnership series in Leak Detection Systems with KROHNE will be available global
PHMSA’s Gas Mega Rule uses the phrase “traceable, verifiable, and complete” when referring to compliance records to support established MAOP/MOP and related procedures. However, some operators are struggling to know when they’ve met those conditions—and thereby how to know when they are in compliance.
While best practices are industry wide, how and to what degree they are implemented depend on the individual operator. NuGen Automation has designed a degreed approach to implementing best practices for control rooms amid COVID-19 to help operators assess their current situation and determine the best practices to implement moving forward.
ANSI/ISA 18.2 and API 1167 made a solid foundation for the first in CRM regulations that not only addressed alarm management but considered aspects of human factors that had direct effects on safety, such as workload.