All of us want to prevent plant trips, increase operator effectiveness, make our facilities safer and reduce our maintenance costs. To achieve this we need an effective alarm system in place. For some of us an alarm system is critical to comply with regulations and for all of us it must help to keep production running and reduce insurance costs.
Do you have an effective alarm system? The reality for a lot of companies is that their operators are overloaded with nuisance alarms which prevent them from taking a pro-active approach to reduce losses from occurring. The underlying cause is that they do not have a proper alarm management strategy in place.
In this webinar Russell Fraser of SSE will join us to discuss their journey to establish a successful alarm management practice. He will take us from where they started to where they are today, what their challenges were and what they have learnt.
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With a background in the Royal Air Force working on complex navigation, weapons, radar communications and command stability and at Sellafield Power plant, charged with maintaining the nuclear storage pond and equipment, Russell is well versed in working in high risk environments.
Qualified as a certified Functional Safety Engineer and currently undertaking Human Factors development training, Russel now works as a Technical Authority for Control Systems at SSE in his capacity as Control Engineer.
Russell is the lead within SSE Thermal for Management of Alarm & Event Systems and has developed the corporate alarm and event philosophy rolled out across the Thermal fleet. He is also responsible for alarm audits and the alarm rationalisation processes and has developed SSE's Alarm Design Standard Requirements for implementation on all new major projects and control system upgrade projects.