Addressing the Data Capture and Analysis Needs of a Petrochemical Site using j5
This document provides an indication of how the j5 system can be used in the Petrochemical Environment. The examples shown are for the shift reports and also a plant trip. j5 is an Enterprise Application Interface (EAN) that addresses the needs of Petrochemical Sites in the area of critical data capture and analysis. The j5 application is the market leader in Industrial Control Room Logbooks and is used by hundreds of companies worldwide.
j5 OMS Logbooks and Regulatory Compliance in the LNG Industry
By nature of the product and the industry, LNG processing plants are considered to be potentially hazardous and represent a potential environmental risk. For this reason, all LNG facilities are controlled under local, regional and international regulatory authorities and – in many cases – fall under the jurisdiction of many different authorities. This White Paper explores how the j5 system ensures that an entire LNG operation complies – at all times – with safety, environmental and security standards.
Evolution and Status of the E-Logbooks at ESRF
In 2004 ESRF moved to electronic logbooks which are now used for document management, the exchange of technical information and – in the Control Room – as a powerful tool for storing and retrieving information at a glance. This White Paper explores how the j5 system has evolved over-time to the requirements of ESRF.
Conceptual j5 NERC Compliance Application
In 2003, the North East Blackout plunged an estimated 45 million people into the dark and triggered the creation of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. This act resulted in the appointment (via FERC) of NERC (the North American Electric Reliability Corporation) as the “Electric Reliability Organization” (ERO) and made NERC’s policies enforceable by law with penalties up to $1million per day per violation. This White Paper explores how a conceptual j5 NERC Compliance application could manage these regulations efficiently and effectively.
Ten Compelling Reasons for Implementing Web Based, Database driven Logbooks in the Power Industry
In these times of commercial turbulence in the Power Industry, operating management face a massive increase in pressure to improve performance and efficiency and increase safety. Despite this, many companies still use paper based or Excel based logbooks which results in difficulties in locating information, poor data accuracy, security vulnerabilities, limited access with little control on the documents. In contrast, modern, web-based Electronic Logs use efficient database structures, are secure and scalable, include full auditing facilities, can be invoked across multiple sites and link into multiple other applications.
The Importance of Implementing Sustainable Operations Management Software (2016)
Contemporary businesses are looking for sustainable software solutions that are constantly evolving and responsive to their changing requirements. An Operations Management Software (OMS) suite is no different and requires future-proof ease of installation, revision control and a highly configurable platform. It is important that companies choose an OMS vendor which adopts a “Kaizen” philosophy. This White Paper looks at five key questions which every company should consider when choosing their OMS vendor and the applications they intend to implement.