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Safety Instrumented Functions

Location Rugby, UK

Date 8th October 2019

Duration 2 days

Topic Safety

CPD Hours 14

Price IChemE member £850 + VAT, Non-member £1000 + VAT

Overview

Many facilities use Safety Instrumented Functions (SIFs), designed to reduce the likelihood of a hazardous event and hence maintain the ALARP status. SIFs are generally designed and operated in conformance with IEC 61508/ IEC 61511. The codes address SIF design, selection and ongoing management in terms of a lifecycle.

This two-day course has been developed to provide education in the implementation of the SIF lifecycle and includes a number of syndicated exercises.

Learning outcomes

  • the principles of the SIF lifecycle
  • how to identify hazardous events with special focus on HAZOP
  • how to determine the SIL (Safety Integrity Level) rating for a┬áSIF, using both risk graphs and LOPA
  • how the SIL is verified
  • the ongoing management of SIFs, through operation, maintenance, modification and decommissioning.

Who will benefit

Anyone who would like to develop a broad understanding of SIFs and how they are managed, especially technical/process safety specialists.

Course outline

  • Introduction and objectives
  • The SIF lifecycle
  • Determination of the need for SIFs
  • Determination of the SIL rating for SIFs
  • How the SIL is verified

Contact Phone +44 (0)1788 534496

Contact Email courses@icheme.org

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