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Electrical Power, Control Systems & Power Plant Operators


Safety Instrumented Systems (sis) & Emergency Shutdown Systems (esd) In Process Industry (iec 61511 & Iec 61508)


  REF: EE302  DATES: 6 - 10 May 2019  (One Week)  VENUE: Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)-Grand Millenium Hotel

Overview:

This 5-day course is "Instructor-Led Training" will explore the principles and standard of an intensive practical and valuable exposure to the most vital, up-to-date information and practical know-how to enable you to participate in hazard studies and specify, design, install and operate the safety and emergency shutdown systems in your plant, using international safety practices. 
This course will provide you with a broad understanding of the latest safety instrumentation practices and their applications to functional safety in manufacturing and process industries.
This course could save your business a fortune in possible downtime and financial loss.

objective:

Attendant trainees will be able to

Who Should attend:

  • Any Person work in any of the following areas, you will benefit from this course

    Out Lines:

    Day 1:
    Introduction

    • A review of the fundamentals in safety instrumentation focusing on a discussion on hazards and risks, safety systems engineering, and introduction to the IEC 61508 and ISA S84 standards.
    • A concluding review of the safety life cycle model and its phases.

    Hazards and risk reduction

    • An examination of basic hazards, the chemical process, hazards studies, the IEC model, protection layers, risk reduction and classification and the important concept of the safety integrity level (SIL).

    Hazard studies

    • A review of the outline of methodologies for hazard studies.

    Day (2)
    Safety requirements specifications

    • A discussion and guide to preparing a safety requirement specification (SRS).

    Technology choices and the conceptual design stage

    • An examination of how to get the concepts right for the specific application and choosing the right type of equipment for the job, not the particular vendor but at least the right architecture for the logic solver system and the right arrangement of sensors and actuators to give the quality of system required by the SRS.

    Day (3)
    Basic reliability analysis applied to safety systems

    • This discusses the task of measuring or evaluating the SIS design for its overall safety integrity.

     Safety in field instruments and devices

    • This module examines the range of instrumentation design techniques that have accumulated in the industry through experience that began a long time before the days of PES and the high performance logic solvers.

    Day (4)
    Engineering the safety system: HARDWARE

    • An examination of two aspects of engineering work for building an SIS. Firstly there is a look at some aspects of project engineering management and secondly some basic engineering practices.

     

    Engineering the safety system: SOFTWARE

    • Guidance is provided here on how to deal with the application software stages of an SIS project with an examination of some of the basic concepts and requirements that have been introduced in recent years to try to overcome the major concerns that have arisen over the use of software in safety applications.

     

    Overall planning: IEC Phases 6,7 and 8

    • A brief look at the planning boxes marked in on the IEC safety life cycle.

    Installation and commissioning (IEC phase 12)

    • This module tracks the safety system from its building stage through factory acceptance testing, delivery and installation and into final testing for handover to the operating team.

    Validation, operations and management of change
    (IEC phases 13, 14 and 15)

    A discussion on validation, operations and maintenance.

    Day (5)

    Justification for a safety instrumented system

    • In practice engineers and managers have to make choices on the type, quality, and costs of the safety solutions available within the constraints imposed by the essential safety requirements. This is discussed in detail in this module.
COURSE DATES
6 - 10 May 2019
COURSE Duration
One Weeks
COURSE REF
EE302
VENUE
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
Address
Grand Millenium Hotel