Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) Training1 month ago - Engineering - Rugby - United Kingdom - 45 views
What keeps you awake at night? Are you concerned about your ageing plant and the integrity of safety systems engineered years ago? Do you have the right knowledge to judge if you are doing enough to comply with the latest functional safety standards IEC 61511 and IEC 61508?
The fact is, you need up to date information from someone who has applied the standards in practice. For people without much experience in this area, determining precisely how much effort to put into each phase of the safety life-cycle can be a daunting prospect.
This course eliminates any confusion surrounding SIL-rated instrumented systems. You’ll learn key principles and concepts in a way that enables you to apply them to any project of any size.
The course starts with a review of key terminology and the safety life-cycle and then expands on key aspects such as determining safety integrity level (SIL), designing an SIS, and proof testing to sustain integrity.