Conference Day Two: Wednesday, 15th May 2019
Wednesday, May 15th, 2019
In 2013, Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal, a key player in the world’s global coal export market, spent $2 million to update their alarm operation system, ensuring international standards were maintained. This shift saw the company take a more proactive approach to their alarm interfaces. This new approach is seeing alarms as a stronger means of indicating equipment malfunctions and process deviations.
Allan Doherty, Senior Control Systems Engineer, will discuss the work his team does in alarm systems and how to ensure operational maintenance.
- Complying with ISA101.1 and ISA18.2 standards to improve your interface
- Having a 5 year planning cycle to ensure systems and process are continuously up to date
- Understanding the in-depth components of new operator interfaces