The morning seminar is presented by FSCL's Mr Amir Akhlaghi, and PSL's Kevin Magee.
Providing delegates with an overview of the International Standards for Functional Safety Services IEC61508 (The original standard) and thus its process industry derivative IEC 61511.
IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 are considered risk and performance based standards, whereby the engineering of the Safety Instrumented System (SIS) must meet specific performance requirements based on the level of risk reduction it provides. The main aim of these performance requirements is to ensure the SIS is fit for purpose through systematic functional safety lifecycle.
The presentation will detail the requirements placed on the designer of SIS and how these requirements can be managed through the project.
Topics covered will be:
- Functional safety design lifecycle management
- Managing competencies
- Safety requirement specifications
- Selection of field devices and logic solvers
- Systematic capability
- Verification and validation
- Proof testing
The even will be at the Hethel Engineering Centre, Norwich, NR14 8FB, and ample parking is provided.
To register for this free event or speak to us about your Functional Safety requirements, please contact Proeon on +44(0)1953 859110.