LOPA Workshop and SIL Verification Workshop
May 14-15 and May 16-17
in Calgary, AB
Would you like to learn how to plan, execute and document Safety Integrity Level (SIL) determination studies, (including SIL determination method LOPA), perform SIL verification studies efficiently, effectively and in accordance with the IEC 61511 standard? Did you know the IEC 61511 standard is now part of the Canadian Electrical Code?
Are you responsible for ensuring that Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) have been designed and engineered to appropriately mitigate an identified high level of risk?
Want to increase your chance of successfully passing the TUV (Rheinland) FS Eng. SIS exam? And make your facility a safer place ?
ACM’s LOPA and Safety Integrity Level Verification (SIL-V) workshops are designed as an entry level into the world of SIS and are used as a gateway into more advanced certification courses. The LOPA workshop provides insight on why SIS are needed and at what stage of facility design they are determined to study. SIL-V is an extension of the knowledge gained in LOPA and focuses on how robust each safety instrumented function (SIF) must be to reduce identified risks to a tolerable level within the facility. Each workshop is two days long, they are held ACM in Calgary. The learnings gained from these two courses will prepare you to speak to the justification and design of SIS.
With these 2 workshops, ACM helps participants understand the underlying principles behind two of the most commonly used SIL Determination Methods (Layer of Protection Analysis and Calibrated Risk Graph) and use real-life examples to teach how to design one or multiple Safety Instrumented Functions (SIFs) to meet specified integrity levels.
SIL Determination – LOPA Workshop
May 14-15, 2018
SIL Validation Workshop
May 16-17, 2018
Institute of Hazard Prevention
#300, 926 5th Avenue SW Calgary, Alberta T2P 0N7
Who Should Attend SIL Workshops?
- I&C Team Leaders, Engineers and Technologists
- SIL/PHA/HAZOP Team Leaders & Scribes
- Process Safety Management (PSM) / Loss Management specialists
- Supervisors, managers and engineers responsible for SIL studies
- Project Managers who need to understand the concepts and principles of IEC 61508 and 61511
- Engineers involved in any aspect of the SIS Safety Lifecycle
- Professionals interested in the TUV FSEng – SIS designation
For complete course information, please visit our website athttps://www.acm.ca/