Functional Safety for Safety Instrumented Systems

The most complete course available on Functional Safety. 2+ hours of videos, case studies, assignments, & more
Functional Safety for Safety Instrumented Systems
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836.49 MB
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2h 9m


Usman Khalid


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Functional Safety for Safety Instrumented Systems

What you’ll learn

Functional Safety for Safety Instrumented System
Facilitation and preparation for TÜV – FS Certification exam
Facilitation and preparation for Exida – FSP Certification exam
Facilitation and preparation for ISA 84 – SIS expert Certification
IEC 61508 / IEC 61511
SIL Calculation by using HAZOP , LOPA, RBD etc.

Functional Safety for Safety Instrumented Systems


There are no required prerequisites to register for this course


Welcome to this online course on Functional Safety for Safety Instrumented Systems. You will understand and learn about the topics which you will not find anywhere in the domain of Functional Safety.The course introduces you to Safety Instrumented Systems SIS, Alarm Systems, Interlocks, Risks management, SIL calculation, their functions and how they are used in a system, in detail.This course also includes in-depth study of:Layers of Protection AnalysisReliability Block DiagramsFailure Mode & Effects AnalysisFault Tree AnalysisMarkov AnalysisEvent Tree AnalysisHazard & Operability AnalysisThe knowledge gained in this course will help you to understand all process Safety loops and systems.Finally, included in the course are access to numerous downloadable resources, real industrial examples of process control and the keys to interpret them in high quality video lectures. You will be able to practice and become even more proficient with these bonus items that you will find throughout the course.Check out the free preview videos and the curriculum of the course and I look forward to seeing you in the first section.Hope to see you thereWho this course is for:All personnel involved in calculation, design, selection, manufacturing, safety, quality and maintenance of systems and equipment in industrial processesPlant Operators and engineers in the Process and Power Plant Industries as well as Water and Wastewater Treatment PlantsProcess control engineers & techniciansInstrumentation engineers & techniciansDesign engineers & techniciansPiping engineers & techniciansMaintenance engineers & techniciansInstructional designers and those involved in writing manuals and operational proceduresSecurity, Safety and Environment Officers (SSHE)Anyone else with an interest in how Safety Systems should be designed, maintained and used.


Section 1: Introduction to Functional Safety

Lecture 1 Safety Instrumented System (SIS)

Lecture 2 Safety Integrity Level (SIL)

Lecture 3 Layers of Protection

Lecture 4 States of SIS

Lecture 5 Failures of SIS

Section 2: Basics of Functional Safety

Lecture 6 What is Functional Safety

Lecture 7 Functional Safety Standards

Lecture 8 Causes of Accidents

Section 3: Functional Safety Management

Lecture 9 Documentation

Lecture 10 Modifications and Impact Analysis

Lecture 11 Verification – Validation and Functional Safety Assessment

Section 4: Hazard and Risk Analysis

Lecture 12 Hazard

Lecture 13 Hazard Management

Lecture 14 Risk and Tolerable Risk

Lecture 15 Risk Reduction

Lecture 16 Hazards and Operability Study (HAZOP)

Lecture 17 Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Lecture 18 Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

Lecture 19 Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)

Lecture 20 Events Tree Analysis (ETA)

Section 5: Hardware Design

Lecture 21 Hardware Terms Explained – (Part-1)

Lecture 22 Hardware Terms Explained – (Part-2)

Lecture 23 Reliability Block Diagram (RBD)

Section 6: Reliability Analysis

Lecture 24 Markov Analysis

Section 7: Software Design

Lecture 25 Software Design

Entry level Engineers,Post – Graduate Students,Professional Engineers,Functional Safety Trainers

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 2h 9m | 836.49 MB
Created by: Usman Khalid

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