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5. Conclusion There are many ways of achieving high levels of safety integrity through system configuration and in this paper I have attempted to indicate by example some of the more practical methods currently used, however, the configurations in this paper should not be considered as exhaustive of all possible fail safe state configurations. The Safety Community, I am sure, awaits with anticipation the finalisation of the current draft documents which should provide strong guidance on the current and safe approaches to be taken for both personnel and capital equipment protection.

Re-start the system. Table 3 : Maintenance activity times For example: (a) A standby system, such as Figure 6. Te = T'd + Tn + T.. + T"" + Teo ... {2a} (b) An in-place repair, such as welding a crack in a pressure vessel. {2b} (c) Physical replacement of a complete item, such as a circuit module or power supply. Te = T'd + Tn + Tad + (Tp maxI T, ) + Trm + Trp + Teo + T... {2c} An examination of the factors which determine the individual activity times can be very revealing, both from the point of view of minimising the time and from that of accomplishing the activity safely and reliably; in the following section these are examined in detail.

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