Operations and Maintenance Data Evaluation

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TÜV Rheinland FS Expert (SIS), Engineering Manager, Safety/Reliability Engineer at Engineering Safety Consultants Ltd.

The launch of the second edition of IEC61511 increased the importance of the user evaluating their own data. This was one of my tasks when I was operating within the refinery and close to my heart. This allowed me to work with our developers and add a service that we can offer ESC’s customers.

The service works with clients data (under strict controls of course) to help them evaluate their data to help support the increased requirements within the standard. I’m really glad that the efforts of the last 12 months are now bearing fruit with us launching two options for our customers this week.

Operations and Maintenance Data Evaluation Service

    Service to evaluate the data.

This service works to set-up a database using DATAComp (see item 2), then submit the data at the frequency which you wish to have analysed. Then we provide you with a report of the observed demands and failures vs the assumptions used in your SIL Determination and Verification work.

2. New ProSET module ‘DATAComp’

The second option is that you can buy the software and do the work yourselves. ESC can provide training, set-up the database for you and then you update your demands and failures when they happen / periodically. Then the tool shows the results.

http://www.esc.uk.net/new-operation-and-maintenance-data-collection-tools/

Having been on the side of wanting to understand the failure rates / trends I’m really excited to work alongside end users to help them understand their trends too!

If you want more information please checkout the links or drop me a message.

TÜV Rheinland FS Expert (SIS), Engineering Manager, Safety/Reliability Engineer at Engineering Safety Consultants Ltd.

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