Exloc Instruments (UK) Ltd 2016 Functional Safety Engineer (TUV Rheinland) Training
15 January 2016
Exloc Instruments (UK) Ltd is pleased to promote the 2016 programme of Functional Safety Engineer (TÜV Rheinland) vocational Training for Safety Instrumented System Professionals, presented by Worldwide renowned Functional Safety Expert, Tino Vande Capelle. This will take place in Manchester on 15-18 March and 04-07 October and in Aberdeen on 07-10 June.
Tino is an accepted course provider within the Functional Safety Program for Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) of TÜV Rheinland. The course focuses on functional safety aspects for the process, oil & gas, petrochemical and chemical industries according to IEC 61508 / 61511.
The main objective is to provide all engineers involved in safety instrumented systems with elementary and necessary knowledge about functional safety, based on the leading international functional safety standards IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 with competency confirmed by the TÜV Rheinland upon successfully passing the exam.
Who Should Attend?
– Plant and quality managers
– System integrators and independent consultants
– Control and process engineers
– Maintenance and instrumentation engineers
– Managers of engineering departments
– Risk, reliability, safety and quality engineers
– Loss prevention engineers
– Sales engineers - Sales managers - Marketing specialists for safety-products, systems and services
– Technical staff involved in any part of SIS lifecycle that need or want to develop their competency in Functional Safety
Why Should You Attend?
IEC 61508 ed2.0, released in April 2010, clearly indicates as a ‘Normative’ requirement, that anybody involved in safety lifecycle activities shall be competent to carry out the activities for which they are accountable.
Take advantage of this course, examination and certification to prove your clients, peers and management, your competency in the field of Functional Safety.
Participant eligibility requirements:
In accordance with the FS Engineer (TÜV Rheinland) Program participants require a minimum of 3 years experience in the field of functional safety or University degree (Master's or Bachelor's degree in Engineering) or equivalent engineer level responsibilities status certified by employer
Introduction to functional safety
• What is safety?
• Legal status IEC61511
• Overview of legal requirements
• Layers of protection
• Safety Instrumented System
• Safety integrity level
• Problems with safety systems
• Safety system failures
• What is functional safety?
• Functional Safety Standards
The basics of functional safety
• Functional safety management
• Lifecycle concept
• Verification & Validation
• Assessments & Audits
• Competency of people
Hazard & Risk Analysis
• Hazard & Risk definition
• Tolerable risk
• Risk management
• Hazard Identification Techniques, FMEA, FTA, HAZOP
• Hazard Analysis Techniques ETA
• Risk Reduction Techniques, risk matrix, risk graph, LOPA
• Safety Functions
• Safety Requirement Specification
Planning the Safety System
• Planning for end users (integrators)
• Realisation safety system
• Three important documents
• Requirements for suppliers
• Hardware lifecycle
• Hardware concepts
• Hardware fault tolerance
• Diagnostics, Proof test
• Safe failure fraction
• Architectural constraints
• Reliability analysis
• Markov modeling
• Failure Data
• Software lifecycle
• Safe software
• Three types of software
• Software testing
• Measures to avoid failures
• Measures to control failures
Certification and Proven In Use
• Certification & compliance
• Safety Manual requirements
• Certificates & reports
• Proven in use, how to use?
• Reliability data, sources
Using the Safety System
• Installation and commissioning
• Safety Validation
• Operation, maintenance and repair
• Modification and retrofit
Student Exercises & Examination
• With the student exercises, the participants will have the opportunity to put the learned theory into practice
• Failure classification
• Hazard and risk analysis (FMEA, FTA & HAZOP)
• Selecting the appropriate SIL
• Safety versus Availability
• Design a Safety Integrity Function
• Define device level safety functions
• Selection and comparing devices
• Accident documentary (video)
• Questions & Answers
Please contact Exloc on 01457 239301 or firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information.
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