This course focuses on further hands-on examples of Safety Integrity Level (SIL) selection using a variety of different techniques and providing more insight into the factors that determine risk reduction requirements. Students will be better able to save their companies time and money through the optimization of system performance requirements. This builds upon the foundation set in ISA’s EC50 (Safety Instrumented Systems-Design, Analysis, and Justification).
You will be able to:
Develop and implement different SIL selection techniques within your organization, including the risk matrix, risk graph, and LOPA (Layer of Protection Analysis), in order to determine the appropriate level of performance needed of your safety systems. This will prevent you from over or under designing the system requirements and will save your organization time and money.
You will cover:
Prevention of System Requirements Over- or Under-Design
Determination of the Appropriate Level of Performance Needed for Your Safety Systems
Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Selection Hands-on Examples: 3-Dimensional Risk Matrix | Risk Graph | LOPA (Layer of Protection Analysis) | Modified (implicit) LOPA
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