Mangan Software Solutions to Present “Stage 2 Functional Safety Assessments” at the TAMU Instrumentation & Automation Symposium

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Mangan Software Solutions (MSS) will present at the 73rd Texas A&M Instrumentation and Automation Symposium in College Station January 23-25, 2018.

At Mangan Software Solutions, we are passionate about process and functional safety and applying innovation and experience to revolutionize how the entire Functional Safety Lifecycle is managed.

Mangan Software Solutions (MSS) will present at the 73rd Texas A&M Instrumentation and Automation Symposium in College Station January 23-25, 2018. MSS will present “Stage 2 Functional Safety Assessments” By Ramon Morillo – Staff Engineer, Safety Systems at Andeavor Refining & Marketing Company LLC, and Zach Marshall – Operations Manager at Mangan Software Solutions. The presentation will review the benefits and best practices for executing FSAs (Stage 2 and 3) during a capital project as well as implementing Verification (Self-Assessment) prior to the start of any FSA.

The Symposium features a three-day program of technical papers and workshops on critical areas of instrumentation. Topics include: Instrument Reliability, Safety Instrumented Systems, New Technology, Cyber Security and Asset Management.

MSS has developed the world’s only process safety intelligence platform that has redefined the way organizations approach safety lifecycle management. SLM v2 is the complete enterprise ready toolset that can manage all their safety information as well as conform to industry standards. SLM v2 redefines the way organizations execute and approach FSA’s assessments.

"At Mangan Software Solutions, we are passionate about process and functional safety and applying innovation and experience to revolutionize how the entire Functional Safety Lifecycle is managed. We are honored to be selected to contribute to this important symposium, and to discuss with alongside our client one of the most important yet misunderstood activities in the lifecycle: the Functional Safety Assessment (FSA)," said Dave Hansen, Global Functional Safety Expert for MSS. "Our presentation will demonstrate that FSAs should not be seen as a burden but should be recognized as critical and helpful to the success of a project or safety lifecycle program. In fact, customers who we have performed assessments for were very positive about the experience, the ROI and the results. We are also excited to demonstrate how our Safety Lifecycle Management (SLM) enterprise software platform has a fully developed Functional Safety Assessment (FSA) module that has been saving clients time and money while improving quality. Our data driven approach is rapidly transforming process and functional safety from something mysterious and difficult to what it should be; helpful, visible, trusted and efficient."

MSS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mangan, Inc. that leverages technology and software services to standardize and automate business processes for the energy industry. Based out of Houston, with offices in Atlanta and London, MSS’ engineers and developers are experts in the fields of Safety Lifecycle Management and Safety Instrumented Systems, and deploy their industry best practice flagship SLM v2 platform suite to industries that require reliable high-performance automation solutions. For further information, visit http://www.mangansoftware.com

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