Provided by: Abhisam Software

Safety Instrumented Systems

Automation

Abhisam Software
Thousands of process plants all over the world use Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS for short), to protect people, equipment and the environment from catastrophe. During recent years, various countries and regions have made it mandatory to use these systems, to prevent accidents and mishaps.
Unfortunately however, knowledge about Safety Instrumented Systems is perceived by many people to be a hidden art that only a few chosen people know (or are capable of knowing), which is just not true. Any professional who has work experience and / or qualifies to work in the process industries can easily learn all about Safety Instrumented Systems.
Until now, however, there were few cost-effective resources that a person who wanted to know more about SIS in detail could refer to. Let us take a look at these now. These resources were mainly of three types; books on the subject, some online training courses and so called "free white papers" that one could find on the internet. The books are quite excellent, but you require to read, understand and digest, at least three of them (to gain a complete knowledge on the subject) that can be used in your work. This requires a lot of time that many people today simply cannot spare. Many online training courses are available, but they are mere copies and summaries of materials in the books and/ or power point presentations of long gone seminars in a new avatar. The topics in the white papers and other documents is pretty good, but it ranges from the very basic to the very complex and everything in between. Reading and understanding it is like trying to drink a glassful of water from a fire hose. Theoretically possible but practically impossible.
But now, there is an alternative-it is the newest e-learning course from Abhisam Software. This course on Safety Instrumented Systems is designed to make the learning experience comfortable and easy. Everything is explained in easy to understand terms, with plenty of graphics, interactive simulations and worked problems. Everything that you need to know about Safety Instrumented Systems, put together, in an easily digestible form, stripped of all the complexity, but still useful to impart skills to you that you can actually use in your work.
To reiterate once again, this course is NOT a rehashed power point presentation. It is a full fledged e-learning course with interactive animations, simulations, graphics and text. It also has many worked out example problems, to help understand the logic behind designing and operation of Safety Instrumented Systems.
Related Awards, Degrees or Certifications: Certificate in Safety Instrumented Systems
This is primarily ebook training
Course Level:basic through advanced
Duration:flexible
Training Presented in:English
Certificate Program Provided by Abhisam Software
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Safety Instrumented Systems
The course contents
The course has SEVEN modules as below
1. Introduction to Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS for short)
2. Hazards, Risks & their analysis
3. Failures & Reliability
4. Safety Integrity Level
5. SIS Standards
6. SIS in practice
7. SIS Testing & Maintenance
Detailed course contents
The detailed course contents are given below
MODULE 1- Introduction to SIS
What are Safety Instrumented Systems?
Basic Ideas about SIS
Functional Safety
Instrumented Systems & Safety Instrumented Systems
BPCS
BPCS and SIS
Safety Instrumented Function
Safety Instrumented Function-2
Safety Instrumented Function-3
Emergency Shutdown Systems
Need for a separate SIS
Simulation exercise
Learnings from the exercise
Typical architecture
Integrated BPCS & SIS
Integrated BPCS & SIS-2
Examples
Differences between BPCS & SIS
MODULE 2-Hazards, Risks & their analysis
Hazards & Risks
Types of hazards- Fire & Explosions
Types of hazards-Toxic Material
The Safety Lifecycle
Steps in analysis
Preliminary Hazard Analysis
HAZOP
HAZAN
Consequence Analysis
Risk
Risk graph
Risk Reduction
Risk Reduction-2
The ALARP principle
Risk Reduction in process plants
Risk Reduction explained
Risk reduction using an SIF
Risk reduction using an SIF
Layers of Protection
Layers of Protection in the process industries
Preventive & Mitigative layers
Safety Requirement Specification
Safety Requirement Specification-2
Diversity
MODULE 3-Failures & Reliability
Failures
Types of failures
Types of failures-2
Types of failures-3
Dangerous & Safe failures
Dangerous & Safe failures
Safe Failure Fraction
SFF Pie Chart
Proof Test Interval
Diagnostic Coverage
Common Cause Failures
Common Cause Failures-2
CCF Example
Diversity
Reliability
Failure Rate
MTTF
MTTR
MTBF
Failure Data
Software Reliability & fault injection
Reliability Block Diagrams
Reliability Block Diagrams-2
Reliability Block Diagrams-3
Redundancy and Reliability
Fault Tree Analysis
Fault Tree Analysis Example- 1
FTA and RBD
Fault Tree Analysis Example-2
Fault Tree Analysis Example-2
Fault Tree Analysis-Probabilities
Event Trees
Event Tree Components
Event Tree Analysis Example
Fail-Safe and Fail Danger modes
FMEA
FMEDA
FMEDA report
How to use the FMEDA report
Example FMEDA report
Redundancy
Redundancy and Voting
Voting Systems 1oo1
Voting Systems 1oo2
Voting Systems 1oo2D
Voting Systems 2oo2
Voting Systems 2oo3
Spurious Trips
Concept of Demand
Demand in a plant
Low Demand & High Demand
PFD
MODULE 4-Safety Integrity Level
Introduction to Safety Integrity Level
What SIL is not
Is SIL applicable to me?
SIL 1 to SIL 4
SIL for Demand Mode
SIL for Demand Mode-Example
SIL for Continuous/ High Demand Mode
The SIL process
Common SIL questions
Common SIL questions-2
Target SIL-Qualitative & Quantitative methods
Risk Reduction Factor-1
Risk Reduction Factor-2
Safety Availability and PFDavg
SIL calculation Example
SIL calculation Example
SIL calculation Example (contd)
SIL calculation Example (contd)
SIL Calculation example-(modification)
SIL Calculation example-additional layers
SIL Calculation example-caution
Consequence Only Method
Hazard Matrix Method
Hazard Matrix Method- (contd)
Hazard Matrix Method-Example
Risk Parameter Graph-1
Risk Parameter Graph-2
Risk Parameter Graph-3
Calibrated Risk Graph-1
Calibrated Risk Graph-2
LOPA method
Conducting a LOPA
More about LOPA
LOPA Example
LOPA Example contd
LOPA Example contd 2
LOPA Example contd 3
Target SIL & SIL verification
SIF design process
PFD of simple loop
SIL verification example-1
SIL verification example-2
SIL verification for complex loops
Markov Modeling-1
Markov Modeling-2
Markov Modeling-3
Markov Modeling-4
Simplified Equations
Use of Simplified Equations-Example
Architectural Constraints
Architectural Constraints IEC 61508
Hardware Fault Tolerance-IEC61508
Hardware Fault Tolerance (contd)
Architectural Constraints-Example
Hardware Fault Tolerance-IEC61511
Hardware Fault Tolerance example
Conclusion
MODULE 5-SIS Standards
Introduction to Standards in SIS
AK 1 to AK 8
IEC Standards
IEC 61508
E/ E/ PE systems
IEC 61508-Safety Life Cycle
IEC 61511-Basics
Relationship between IEC 61508 & IEC 61511
ISA S84 Background
ISA S84 Differences
Where to get standards
What standards apply to me?
MODULE 6- SIS in practice
Components of the Safety Loop
Types of logic Solvers
Hardwired logic solvers-Trip amplifiers
Hardwired logic solvers-Gates
Safety Relays-Electromechanical
Safety Relays-Electromechanical-2
Safety Relays-Electromechanical-3
Safety Relays-Electromechanical-4
Safety Relays-Electronic
Safety Relays-Electronic-2
Programmable Logic Solvers
Safety PLCs & General Purpose PLCs
Fault Diagnostics
Safety PLCs- Inputs
Safety PLCs-Processors
Safety PLCs- Outputs
Safety PLCs-Software
Safety PLCs-Software-2
Safety PLCs-Software-Design
Safety PLCs-Voting architecture
Safety PLCs-TMR
Safety PLCs-QMR
Safety PLCs-Interface to BPCS
Safety Networks-1
Safety Networks-2
HIPPS
MODULE 7-SIS Testing & Maintenance
Need for testing
Testing-Example
Breakup of failures
Testing the components of a SIS
Testing Sensors & Transmitters
Testing Logic Solvers
Testing valves
Valve Testing-Bypass method
Partial Stroke Testing
Partial Stroke Testing-ISA method
Valve Testing- Mechanical Stoppers
Valve Testing-Smart Positioner method
PST-Advantages & Disadvantages
Testing and PFDavg
Conclusion
Self Assessment Test
About The Training Provider: Abhisam Software
Abhisam Software - Abhisam Software is a company, setup to provide e-learning courses for technical as well as other professionals working in companies and universities all over the world. Abhisam has e-learning courses on Safety Instrumented Systems, Hazardous Area Instrumentation, RFID and Gas Monitors that have become very popular with technical professionals. More courses are in the pipeline. Our learners are...
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