ISA 18 WG4 Enhanced and Advanced Alarm Methods

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Meetings / PeopleProcessKey Discussion TopicsReview of Technical Report OutlineReprise: Key Discussion Topics. Summary. Meetings: Fourth Wednesday each month, 8:00 Eastern TimeJuly 23, Aug, 26, Sept 23, Sept 30 (extra meeting)Attendance:(mtgs attended)Joe Alford, WG6 Co-chair(4)John

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1. ISA 18 WG4 Enhanced and Advanced Alarm Methods Status Update October 5, 2009

2. Meetings / People Process Key Discussion Topics Review of Technical Report Outline Reprise: Key Discussion Topics Summary

3. Meetings: Fourth Wednesday each month, 8:00 Eastern Time July 23, Aug, 26, Sept 23, Sept 30 (extra meeting) Attendance: (mtgs attended) Joe Alford, WG6 Co-chair (4) John Bogdan (4) Lieven Dubois (4) Bridgett Fitzpatrick (0) Bill Hollifield, WG5 Co-chair (2) Robert Hudson (3) John Huhman, WG4 Co-chair designate (4) Doug Metzger, WG4 Co-chair (4) Joules Oudmans (2) Nick Sands, ISA 18 Co-chair (4) Chris Stearns (3) Kim VanCamp (2) Bob Weibel (2) Meetings / People

4. WG4 – Enhanced and Advanced Alarm Methods Working group 4 (WG4) is charged with the development of Technical Reports and Recommended Practices providing guidance on advanced and enhanced alarm methods. WG4 focuses on the scope of ISA-18.2 clause 12. Enhanced alarm design covers guidance on additional logic, programming, or modeling used to modify alarm behavior. These methods may include: dynamic alarming, state-based alarming, adaptive alarms, logic-based alarming, predictive alarming, as well as most of the designed suppression methods. WG4 Charter

5. Gather Technical Report Content in three parts: Part 1: Introduction: Purpose, Scope, Organization Part 2: Problems and Methods Prefer to organize by problems, but generally following ISA-18 Clause 12 content Part 3: Work Process and Alarm Integrity (parts may consist of multiple clauses) Process

6. Data Gathering Format: TR Part 2: Problems and Methods

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