Functional Safety and SIL for Safety Instrumented Systems Training

21 – 25 March 2019 – Dubai


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About The Course

Risknowlogy offers the accredited Functional Safety and SIL for Safety Instrumented Systems training course for specialists, professionals and engineers. The course focuses on functional safety aspects for the process, oil & gas, and chemical industries according to IEC 61511.

The main objective of this course is to give engineers, professionals and specialists involved in safety instrumented systems the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of functional safety and the requirements of the functional safety standard IEC 61511 in reference to the IEC 61508 standard. A second objective is to give anybody attending the course the opportunity to certify their knowledge through an exam.

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Conference Schedule

Eventry full schedule of keynotes, sessions & workshops

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Day 1

Introduction to functional safety

  • Business case for functional safety
  • Important laws
  • The IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 standards
  • Random, common cause and systematic failures

Functional safety management:

  • Life cycle concept
  • Competency
  • Verification
  • Validation
  • Assessment
  • Audit
  • Documentation
  • Important FSM procedures
  • Modifications
  • Configuration management

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