Web Seminar: Alarm Management Bootcamp (MAVR)
The last day to register online was 29 May 2013.
Date: 30 May 2013
Watch the Webinar Recording Below
Learn how to whip your alarm system into shape! Two of the industry’s top alarm management experts will share their insight with you in this exclusive (and free!) webinar. These are real engineers presenting real solutions and real results.
Reserve your seat now, and you’ll receive “Alarm Management Best Practices: Highly Condensed,” the first chapter of Bill R. Hollifield’s book, Alarm Management: A Comprehensive Guide.
Bill R. Hollifield
Principal Alarm Management and HMI Consultant
Bill is the Principal Consultant responsible for the PAS work processes, intellectual property and software product directions in the areas of both Alarm Management and High Performance HMI (Human-Machine Interface, i.e. process control graphics).
He is a member of the ISA-18.2 Alarm Management committee, the American Petroleum Institute’s API RP-1167 Alarm Management Recommended Practice committee, the ISA SP101 HMI committee, and the Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association (EEMUA) Industry Review Group.
Bill has multi-company, international experience in all aspects of Alarm Management and HMI development. He has 26 years of experience in the petrochemical industry in engineering and operations, and an additional 10 years in alarm management and HMI software and services for the petrochemical, power generation, pipeline, and mining industries.
Bill is co-author of:
Bill has authored several papers on Alarm Management and High Performance HMI, and is a regular presenter on such topics in such venues as API, ISA, and Electric Power symposiums. He has a BSME from Louisiana Tech University and an MBA from the University of Houston.
Principal Abnormal Situation Management Consultant Project Manager
Paul is the Principal Abnormal Situation Management (ASM) Consultant for MAVERICK Technologies. In this role he is responsible for developing the work processes and implementation strategies for all ASM activities at MAVERICK. This includes:
Paul is a member of the ISA (Houston Chapter) and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). He has also been a speaker at several industry conferences and has published several articles on process control and plant optimization.
Paul has over 25 years of industry experience in engineering and operations. He began his career as a process control engineer in petroleum refining. In addition to his refining experience, Paul has extensive engineering and management experience in olefins, polymers, pharmaceuticals, ore processing and gas processing facilities.
Paul has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from St. John’s University and a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from The University of Toledo.