Safety Barrier Health Monitoring

Digital Reinforcement for Your Safeguards

Safety Barrier Health Monitoring by Eigen – Online monitoring of the health of your Safety Barriers and protective measures as required by the UK OGA and Norwegian PSA.

Eigen’s Safety Barrier Health Monitoring empowers users to perform effective Barrier Management, by capturing all the information necessary to assess the status of all barriers and deliver real time monitoring of barrier health and the overall risk posture.

Physical protection in heavy industry is essential, but confidence in that protection allows you to get on with the job. With Safety Barrier Health Monitoring from Eigen, you can see the real-time effectiveness of your safeguards at a glance, wherever you are.

Safety Barrier Health Monitoring puts a powerful and intuitive digital dashboard at your fingertips, giving you an instant overview of barrier health and operational risk. Integrating seamlessly with your existing systems, your ability to monitor, predict and solve problems increases exponentially.

Slice the data however you want, to give you the clarity you need. Safety Barrier Health Monitoring from Eigen delivers transparency, insight and assurance for everyone from frontline engineers to boardroom overseers.

SEE YOUR CURRENT RISK STATUS IN REALTIME

Eigen's Safety Barrier Health Monitoring - demonstration of software showing charts and graphs

A visual way to easily understand cumulative risk and drill down into the details.

Safety Barrier Health Monitoring from Eigen connects to existing systems and updates in real time to show you the current health of your Safety Barriers.

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1-CLICK TO FIND OUT MORE

Understanding the status is always just one click away.

Safety Barrier Health Monitoring - 1-Click software demonstration

Everything is interactive. Clicking on an object brings up Eigen’s unique Common Menu showing the reason for the status and provides a link to the source data in other systems.

Other tabs in the Common Menu give instant access to related data in other systems (if they are connected) such as data historians, document stores, maintenance systems etc.

SAFETY BARRIERS MULTIPLE VIEWS – ONE SOURCE OF TRUTH

The application is built around a data model (or Digital Twin) of the barriers and other related information. The model can be viewed or “cut” in different ways to present relevant views for different people.

Status is derived from information across multiple different systems in real-time using a Digital Twin.
  • Risk Assessments
  • Planned Maintenance
  • Safety Observations
  • Temporary Measures
  • Competency
  • Overrides and Inhibits
  • Device Alerts
  • Corrective Measures

SAFETY BARRIER HEALTH MONITORING – CALCULATE CUMULATIVE RISK

Safety Barrier Health Monitoring - Calculate Cumulative Risk - software demonstrationCompany specific aggregation rules can be defined to calculate the cumulative risk against any object in the model.

 

 

DIGITAL TWIN OF YOUR SAFETY BARRIERS

The Digital Twin is a data model (graph) that describes how everything is related.  It is built as a one-off exercise from available information in other systems.  It can be added to and expanded over time.Safety Barrier Health Monitoring - Digital Twin - software demonstration

 

 

 

 

DATA CONNECTORS

Safety Barrier Health Monitoring from Eigen supports all typical forms of data connectors including REST APIs, RDBMS, Text files and manual entry for connecting to systems such as Maximo, SAP, Aveva Workmate, Synergi, Excel and control systems.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. What Is Safety Barrier Health Monitoring? Eigen’s Safety Barrier Health Monitoring empowers users to perform effective Barrier Management, by capturing all the information necessary to assess the status of all barriers and deliver real time monitoring of barrier health and the overall risk posture.
  2. Why Is Safety Barrier Important? Barriers against major accidents have always been in place in the oil and gas industry, but some major hazards have led to an increased focus on how these barriers are understood and followed up by the organization. It is important for the operating organization to assess, understand and develop proper barrier management in order to reduce risk exposure, prevent major accidents and achieve operational excellence.
  3. How Can Safety Barrier Health Monitoring Help You? Safety Barrier Health Monitoring system can help visualize in real time the top risks in the facility, resulting from a combination of impaired barriers functions; the top priorities for different remediation teams; plan and execute compensating measures; address compliance with the different performance standards, and in general help users assess the overall facility risk posture and take action to improve it.
  4. What Is Safety Barrier Technology? Monitoring the real time health of all the Safety Barriers for a large facility is a complex problem unsolvable without digital technology. Calculating the health of all safety barriers for all operational areas requires knowledge of the relationships between barrier elements, barrier functions, MAH areas, physical areas, systems, performance standards and other categories. It also requires direct connection to the sources of all barrier impairment and compensating measures data. Eigen’s Safety Barrier Health Monitoring technology incorporates all these elements.
  5. What Is Real Time Risk Management? Real time risk management is achieved when safety barrier impairment and compensating measures status are periodically updated from source systems of record, such as control systems, maintenance systems, safety incident records and training records to provide an up to date picture of the overall risk of the facility. An order of magnitude better than monthly updates of an Excel sheet! Eigen’s Safety Barrier Health Monitoring system implements a true real time safety barrier risk management system.
  6. What Are The 5 Steps In Risk Management?

    Step 1. Define your Major Accident Hazard (MAH) areas.

    Step 2. Systematically identify your barriers and controls to develop the Bowtie diagrams.

    Step 3. Define your Performance Standards.

    Step 4. Set up a Barrier Health Assessment system with all the information compiled; connect to sources of impairment and compensating measures.

    Step 5. Deploy the system, validate and assess risk in real time.

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