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In this video, you will learn what a Safety Instrument System is, how it is constructed, and how it plays an important role in keeping our chemical, refining, and other manufacturing plants running safely and as productive community partners and employers.
Chemical, petrochemical, mining, gas compression, and many other types of plants and manufacturing facilities can be very dangerous places to work due to the presence of risk: risk due to fire, explosion, tank overflow, gas release, or chemical exposure.
The only way to eliminate these risks is to not build or operate these types of plants. But that is not practical. These plants produce materials that are useful, necessary, and important in our everyday lives. Even a product like dry powdered laundry detergent is made via a process that includes pumping liquids at high pressure, spraying droplets into the very hot air, and collecting the product below which may be dusty and pose an inhalation hazard.
In order to minimize these risks, process control systems are installed to maintain a safe operation of the plant, assisted by a robust alarm detection and reporting system, and operated by trained, qualified personnel. But often, these measures alone cannot reduce the risk of injury, fire, explosion, or other risks to a tolerable level.
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