Software reduces cost and resource strain of process safety and SIS management

Mangan Software Solutions (MSS) announces the launch of ProSys SLM, its newest generation of Safety Lifecycle Management software. The new product reduces cost and effort with automated and standardized workflows to execute compliance and engineering processes.

06/13/2014


Mangan Software Solutions (MSS) announces the launch of ProSys SLM, its newest generation of Safety Lifecycle Management software. The new product reduces cost and effort with automated and standardized workflows to execute compliance and engineering procLooking for peace of mind surrounding your process safety program? ProSys SLM provides a single source of truth for process safety information. It is designed to empower engineers and make their lives easier. Mangan Software Solutions (MSS) announces the launch of ProSys SLM, its newest generation of Safety Lifecycle Management software. The new product transcends traditional process safety database software with an integrated design to reduce cost and effort with automated and standardized workflows to execute compliance and engineering processes. In addition, real-time risk monitoring coupled with a unified evergreen database provides access to all process safety information within one platform; reporting tools and key performance indicators ensure accurate risk mitigation strategies; and modules for process safety management (PSM), safety instrumented system (SIS), maintenance, and operations consolidate process safety information across the entire lifecycle. 

Risk assessment inside

Real-time risk monitoring and risk assessment functions that are integrated with built-in compliance and conformance functions facilitate informed decisions, aid in identifying gaps and allocating resources, and help reduce risk associated with a facility's safety lifecycle. MSS director of operations, Steve Whiteside, explained, "ProSys SLM was designed to take the complexity and expense out of safety lifecycle management while empowering engineers with the tools to identify risk gaps and influence organizational mitigation strategies." ProSys SLM provides instantaneous reports, monitors and measures performance continuously, and assists in optimizing the balance between risk and cost by providing tangible evidence of risk exposure.

Mangan Software Solutions (MSS) announces the launch of ProSys SLM, its newest generation of Safety Lifecycle Management software. The new product reduces cost and effort with automated and standardized workflows to execute compliance and engineering proc3 ways safety software can appeal to all

For the software to reach across all engineering and business silos, MSS focused on three principles. The software needed to have:

  1. An intuitive and easy-to-use interface
  2. Innovative leading and lagging indicators to visually report risk and conformance
  3. Plant-ready workflows to automate engineering processes and increase productivity.

To accomplish this, MSS leveraged the talent and experience of its parent organization, Mangan Inc., to assist with the design and requirements for these workflows.

"With over 25 years working in this discipline, we were able to leverage the talent and experience of our engineers to ensure our product addressed the challenges our clients face and had the solutions built in the software to overcome these problems," said Lee Juckett, executive vice president of Mangan Inc. "The end result is the ultimate productivity tool that affects strategic decisions and promotes safety across the enterprise."

Mangan Software Solutions (MSS)

www.prosysslm.com 

- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, content manager, CFE Media, Control Engineering, mhoske(at)cfemedia.com.

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