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October Houston Section Meeting with Mike Scott

October 4, 2017 @ 11:30 am - 12:45 pm

Who's Attending

35 people are attending October Houston Section Meeting with Mike Scott

  • S Key
  • Anthony Muldrow
  • George Havlik
  • Bridget Fitzpatrick
  • Michael Sheidaei
  • Roy Corbett
  • Magda Moreno
  • Seyi Famuyiro
  • Greg McCrea
  • William Gilthorpe
  • Carly Groshans
  • Paul Gruhn
  • Denisse Corbett
  • Charles Corbin
  • Craig Longcor
  • Barry Mayfield
  • Ron McCain
  • P Shkedy
  • Rabin Mahanta
  • Harvey Krieg
  • Clifford Wuertz
  • Thoi Nguyen
  • Mary O'Hearn
  • Michael Jurenko
  • Pete Meaden
  • Joe Joachim
  • AN Banh
  • Hector Flores
  • Kevin Brodnik
  • Henry Iwu
  • Beth McCracken
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Mike Scott on the topic of:

Update on ISA Technical Report TR84.00.07 2nd Edition Guidance on the Evaluation of Fire, Combustible Gas and Toxic Gas System Effectiveness

Mike Scott Bio:
Mike Scott is the Executive Vice President of Global Process Safety Technology with aeSolutions, a company that specializes in process safety lifecycle solutions. He has over 29 years of experience in risk analysis, safety instrumented systems and control systems engineering, where he performed / implemented conceptual design, detailed design, configuration, and startup / commissioning exercises for the process industry.

The ISA Technical Report TR84.00.07 was initially issued in 2010. As normal course of business ISA reviews their standards / technical reports on a 5 year basis for possible update if mandated by the user community. With the initial Technical Report being the first in industry to specify how to provide detailed guidance on performance based FGS designs, naturally when applied in the real world enhancements, questions and comments will arise. As such based upon end user feedback, the S84 committee determined an update was warranted. This presentation will provide a brief overview of performance based FGS design concepts:
• How to allocate a specified amount of risk reduction for a FGS protection layer
• Is a FGS a SIS?
• Should I assign SILs to FGS protection layers?
• FGS SIF definitions
In addition, this presentation will highlight the key changes being addressed in the 2nd edition.
• Semi-qualitative techniques for FGS performance targets / designs
• Additional guidance on Mitigation Effectiveness
• Linking information to IEC 61511 / S84-91




$25 Member with RSVP

$30 non-member RSVP


October 4, 2017
11:30 am - 12:45 pm
$25 - $30


ABB – Automation & Power Center (Laredo Rm 117)
3700 W.Sam Houston Parkway
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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