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The Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association (EEMUA) publish a range of guidance documents to assist its members and industry as a whole. In 2002 it published EEMUA 201 "Process plant control desks utilising human-computer interfaces - Guide to design, operational and human-computer interface issues." An updated second edition was published in 2010.

This current third edition of EEMUA 201 was produced in response to changes in technology and practice across industry. As well as updating the existing content it was decided to develop the document so that it provides a more complete guide for the designing of Control Rooms to include the building, physical aspects of the Control Room, working environment, Console design, and control system graphics. Also, to cover emerging issues including devices used outside of the Control Room and security and provide a stronger focus on human factors.

The aim of the current update is to provide improved guidance to people involved in the design of Control Rooms. Also, when evaluating the design of Control Rooms, both during new-build and modification projects; and to evaluate existing Control Rooms.

EEMUA 201 is not a standard and is not intended to replace any. Designers will be expected to identify and adhere to any standards and regulations and any company and project specifications. The intention is that EEMUA 201 will provide guidance on how this can be achieved in the most effective way.

Document History

  1. EEMUA Publication 201


    Process Plant Control Desks Utilising Human-Computer

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  2. EEMUA Publication 201

    Process Plant Control Desks Utilising Human-Computer, Revised 2015

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