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Hazard (SIL) & risk analysis

Author : Dil Wetherill - Risknowlogy UK MD, Functional Safety Expert, TUV ID 13010218

28 November 2013

The discussion takes you through hazard and risk analysis and then (oops) you realise you missed a hazard and therefore didn’t provide protection.

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HazardEx 2014 conference speaker

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Dil Wetherill speakng at HazardEx 2014
Dil Wetherill speakng at HazardEx 2014

So it’s a quick canter through the essentials of the standard, prior to you designing a solution. To my mind, designing the solution is actually the easy part – but if you’ve done an incomplete hazard analysis,you aren’t going to have a complete safety solution.

Protecting personnel, plant and the environment,  Safe operational practice, Creating a safety culture, Safety instrumented systems;SILs and fault tolerance and Risk assessment and analysis.


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