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The subject of the article is the integration of a new CO2 fire extinguishing weighing system to the panel displaying the status of Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) detector safety systems (CMS Safety Panel) at CERN. The CO2 fire extinguishing system is responsible for protection of unique control devices, so safety of its operation and the weighing system was designed to monitor the state of it and make it reliable. CMS Safety Panel displays status of safety systems used in CMS Experiment and it is based on JCOP Framework that guarantee compatibility of all the projects. The integration of the new CO2 fire extinguishing system to the CMS Safety Panel requires that the system meets the assumptions that other projects fulfil and allows for clear monitoring of its situation along with the rest of the security systems.


The main aim of the grinding process is size reduction. For such formulated purpose of grinding, the particles dimensions after grinding process are the major quality determinant indicated in many works concerning size reduction. In this paper original quality index integrating size reduction and energy consumption in the grinding process was proposed. The aim of the study is to create method for grinding process quality assessment. The problem was formulated as a question: (1) is it possible to create mathematical description of grinding process quality? (2) what grinding parameters influence on the grinding quality index? To resolve the problem, original quality index was developed and experiment on a multi-disc mill was conducted. On the basis of obtained results it was found that discs angular speed affects the grinding process quality.


Currently operating enterprises are more and more willing to adopt a process approach in their structures. The process approach means the transition from traditionally understood management towards adapting to constantly changing environmental conditions. This change is accompanied by the possibility of using a wide range of tools of ICT technology, that allow modelling of any type of process occurring in the enterprise, including processes related to OHS. Thus, the objective of the paper is to indicate the opportunity for the integration of OHS processes with other processes (primary and auxiliary) of the organization using ERP systems. In the first part of the study, there will be indicated the determinants of the development of the process approach in modern enterprises. Subsequently, there will be characterized OHS processes against the background of other processes of the organization. In the third part, there will be indicated the most significant features of ERP systems. The last part will refer to the practical implementation of the process in the area of OHS in the Macrologic Merit system.

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contemporary enterprises 1. INTRODUCTION Previous considerations on the challenges of contemporary enterprises have been associated with globalization and also technological, social and cultural progress. After the third industrial revolution, which consisted in the automation of individual processes, now we are witnessing the fourth one, allowing the connection of devices within digital ecosystems and the deepening of integration inside horizontal and vertical value chains (Fig. 1). The fourth industrial era has become a challenge to contemporary enterprises. It is