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People vary in their hearing ability. Some have hearing loss specific to certain frequency ranges. Ensure, via testing, the sounds and the volumes work with the operators. 32 Alarm Management: A Comprehensive Guide, Second Edition • It should be possible to turn off the alarm sound for the lower alarm priorities (P4 and perhaps P3) during periods of high alarm loads. The operator doesn’t want or need a continuing distraction from the lower priority alarm sounds during a major upset. Visual notification should remain in place.
Visual notification should remain in place. This practice must NOT be left in effect all the time. It should have a timeout feature after a few minutes. • The preceding principles assume proper alarm management practices have produced a rationalized, meaningful, and effective alarm system. If a system is generating 500 (or 20,000+) alarms per day, sound becomes a nuisance distraction. We often see these basic principles violated. We see alarm colors used for all kinds of different graphic elements, and single alarm sounds assigned to multiple priorities.
Daddy! Look at me! Look at me! ” The discussion with the control engineer responsible for the subsystem may go like this: Know-It-All Alarm Management Consultant: The alarms from this system are configured backwards. ’ Then the operator action is to troubleshoot and fix the situation. Otherwise, no alarm should occur when it works normally. Engineer: But the operator really does need to know where this system is in the cycle! Me: Why? Does he have to input a weight or flow number or something to make it proceed from step to step?
Alarm Management - A Comprehensive Guide by Bill Hollifield, Eddie Habibi