Learn about Functional Safety, Safety Integrity Level (SIL), SIL Certification and more!

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Mumbai, Nov 28th, 2011– Abhisam Software informs us that they have arranged an introductory course in Functional Safety on 6th Feb 2012 in Mumbai, at Hotel Kohinoor Continental, Andheri near the airport. The last such program was held on 26th Sep 2011 in Mumbai, which was attended by several engineers, managers and professionals from several sectors such as Automation & Control, Oil & Gas, Engineering Consulting and others.

Basics of Functional Safety and SIL training

The course will cover everything related to Functional Safety at an introductory level. It will answer key questions that are asked by many engineers and safety professionals, in relation to Safety Integrity Level (SIL) and Functional Safety.

These are:

  • What is Hazard and Risk?
  • What is Functional Safety?
  • What does SIL mean?
  • What are the IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 standards?
  • What SIL applies to my plant, instrument or location?
  • How can I get my products “SIL compliant?
  • What are Safety Instrumented Systems?
  • What do you mean by a “SIL Study”?
  • How do I get a SIL Certificate for my transmitter, valve or other device?

These and many other questions will be answered by Dr. Michel Houtermans, Managing Partner, Risknowlogy , who is considered to be the world’s leading expert on Functional Safety and SIL.

This training program is something that is useful to Instrumentation & Control System manufacturers, system integrators, engineering consultants, electrical and instrument contractors as well as users in the process industries such as Oil & Gas, Petroleum, Chemicals, Fertilizers, Power and similar industries that utilize complex safety and emergency shutdown systems to keep their plants, people and the environment safe. It will also be of interest to regulatory authorities who supervise these industries.

For more details please contact Abhisam Software . Seats are limited and will be allotted on a first come first serve basis.