Training and Certification

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Exida Offers Self-Paced Safety Course

Functional safety, industrial cybersecurity, and alarm management provider for the process industries, exida, created a launched self-paced training course FSE
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New IEC 62443 OEM Software Development Course

A new course is now added into the functional safety, cybersecurity, and alarm management provider, exida’s Cybersecurity Practitioner program. CS 201:
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Profire Energy Earns SIL 2 Certification

Functional safety, cybersecurity, and alarm management certification provider, exida, certified Profire Energy’s PF3100 Burner Control System for Safety Integrity Level
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Exida Creates Alarm Mgt Certificate Program

Process industry functional safety, cybersecurity, and alarm management provider, exida, created an Alarm Management Practitioner (AMP) Program, a new certificate
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5 Firms Join Rockwell Machine Safety Program

Rockwell Automaton added five members to its Machine Safety System Integrator program. Created in 2014, the program helps industrial companies
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aeSolutions Earns Siemens Safety Specialist Certification

Consulting, engineering and systems integration provider, aeSolutions, earned Siemens SIMATIC PCS 7 Process Safety Specialist certification. “We are proud that
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Student Chemical Safety Boot Camps

A student chemical safety boot camp will be starting up this summer to teach learners how companies manage process safety.
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Honeywell RTU Earns ISASecure Cert

Honeywell Process Solutions’ (HPS) ControlEdge Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) process controller is the first RTU earning a ISASecure Embedded Device
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Exida Launches Security Certificate Program

Functional safety, cybersecurity, and alarm management provider for the process industries, exida, launched an extensive CSP (Cybersecurity Practitioner) Program developed
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TX Oil and Gas Safety Alliance Renewed

The Association of Energy Service Companies (AESC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) renewed an alliance designed to
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