FUNCTIONAL SAFETY COURSE OBJECTIVES:
The main objective of this training program is to give engineers involved in safety instrumented systems the opportunity to learn about functional safety, current applicable safety standards (IEC 61511) and their requirements.
The Participants will be able to learn to follow:
Understand the basic requirements of the functional safety standards (IEC 61511)
The meaning of SIS, SIF, SIL and other functional safety terminology
Differentiate between safety functions and control functions
The role of Hazard and Risk analysis in setting SIL targets·
Create basic designs of safety instrumented systems considering architectural constraints
Different type of failures and best practices for minimizing them
Understand the effect of redundancy, diagnostics, proof test intervals, hardware fault tolerance on the SIL
The responsibility of operation and maintenance to ensure a SIF meets its SIL
How to proof test a SIF
The Benefits for the Participants: At the conclusion of the training, the participants will be able to:
Participate effectively in SIL determination with Risk graph, Risk matrix, and LOPA methodology
Determine whether the design of a Safety Instrumented Function meets the required SIL.
Select a SIF architecture that both meets the required SIL and minimizes spurious trips.
Select SIF components to meet the target SIL for that SIF
Instrument and Control Design and maintenance engineers
Process Plant Operation Engineers
Functional safety Management Engineers
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SAFETY INSTRUMENTED SYSTEMS - SIS SAFETY INTEGRITY LEVEL - SIL AS PER IEC - 61511
Two Days Training Agenda
1.Introdution to functional safety and safety instrumented system
Standards IEC 61508 and IEC 61511
Functional safety management - Life cycle concept / Hazard and Risk assessment / Safety requirement specification/ SIS installation and commissioning / SIS operation and maintenance / Competency / Verification / Validation / Assessment / Audit / Documentation / Modifications /Decommissioning
2. Principles of Risk management and process hazard analysis
3. Consequence Analysis
4. Likelihood Analysis
5. FMEA / FTA / ETA / Risk Graph / Risk matrix / LOPA Analysis
6. Tolerable Risk
7. SIL target selection
8. Planning the safety system – Safety plan and Safety requirements specification
9. Hardware design–Low demand mode/High demand mode and Continuous mode, Target failure measure ( PFD avg, PFH), redundancy, diversity, Voting, HFT, Diagnostic and proof tests, SFF, SIS Failures and from failure rate to SIL
10. Redundant Architectures, Architectural constraints according to IEC 61508 and IEC 61511
11. Hardware reliability– PFD calculations, Simplified equations
12. Operation and maintenance – Installation and commissioning, modification and retrofit
13. Case studies, exercises and examples.
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Mr. Ravisankar K.
Starting his career from Madras Refineries Limited - 5 Years starting his career, Dubai Petroleum Co.- 03 Years, Abu Dhabi Gas
Liquefaction Company- 07 Years, Kuwait National Petroleum Company- 03 Years, Hindustan Oil Exploration Company- 04
years, Foster Wheeler 03 years, Saipem India projects limited 04 years.A Chemical Engineer with around 35 years of
experience in Process design, Technical safety, Projects Management, Operation & Maintenance, commissioning, startups,
Turnaround management, of Oil and Gas (Offshore and Onshore), Refinery, LNG, Pipeline transmission, Chemicals and
At present Consultant & Trainer (Process design and Technical Safety- HAZOP/ SIL Chairman).
Certified Functional Safety Professional (Exida LLC License No: 160610001)/ Certified Energy Auditors EA 2506 by BEE
Government of India