Emergency Shut Down (ESD) System
Emergency Shut Down (ESD) System is a safety instrumented system designed to protect a facility or process from overpressure, loss of containment, or other hazardous conditions that may cause damage to equipment or result in harm to personnel. ESD system specialists are trained to ensure that ESD systems are customized to meet the specific safety requirements of a facility or process, and that they are properly maintained and tested to function reliably in the event of an emergency. This specialized skill involves a deep understanding of safety instrumentation and control systems, as well as knowledge of industry-specific safety regulations and standards.
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