Programmable electronic systems have long been used to provide added layers of risk reduction for potentially hazardous industrial processes. But how can you ensure that your safety instrumented system (SIS)—which, by design, spends most of its time doing nothing—will respond properly when called upon? Or, nearly as frustratingly, make sure it doesn’t erode productivity and throughput with spurious shutdowns? Instrumentation is, after all, the SIS’ middle name, notes Howard Siew, chemical industry manager for Endress+Hauser. In this Solutions Spotlight episode of the Control Amplified podcast, Control publisher Keith Larson is joined by Siew and Thomas Fritz, global safety consultant also at Endress+Hauser, to discuss the range of technologies and strategies now available to make sure your instruments support productivity while protecting workers and production assets as well as the surrounding community and environment.

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