This SIL-course (Safety Integrity Level) is for personnel involved in the operation, maintenance, modification and requirements / specifications of safety critical systems. Applies for both the oil&gas industry and the land based industries. Our SIL course aims to increase competence for those who work with safety critical systems.

The course is aimed at safety standards IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 and covers the technical safety in general. The guideline “Application of IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 in the Norwegian Petroleum Industry” will be used in teaching at this course.

Overall purpose of the document is to standardize and simplify the application of IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 in
the Norwegian Petroleum Industry. Particular attention is given to IEC 61511, since most users of this guideline are
expected to adhere mainly to this standard. In IEC 61508/11 there are among other things competence requirements to those who work with the system throughout the life cycle.

At the course there will be extensive use of group work. You get to try out relevant practical examples, both by setting the SIL requirements and by determine what requirements you have to use for the technical solution.

To have the opportunity for individual follow-up, the limit of participants is 25.

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Program (the program is subject to change)

  • 09:00

    Meeting starts

    Parallel Teams meetings for group work along the way and also occasional breaks

  • 16:00

    End day 1

  • 09:00

    Meeting starts

    Parallel Teams meetings for group work along the way and also occasional breaks

  • 16:00

    End day 2

Registration

Presenters

Tor Onshus

Tor Onshus was leader of the group that prepared the guideline OLF-070 for the use of IEC61508 / 11 within Offshore in Norway.

In retrospect, he has been at the «frontline»of training in technical safety and the use of this guideline. He has been a professor at the Department of Technical Cybernetics since 1987.

He has a master’s degree in technical cybernetics and a doctorate in technical cybernetics from NTNU. He is employed as a professor of instrumentation engineering at the same department. He is also an advisor to SINTEF, and works with personnel from SINTEF in numerous research and development assignments for industry, and has extensive experience from analysis and reviews of solutions for use in safety functions in Norwegian industry

 

Practical information

Date

08.11.22 - 09.11.22

Location

To be arranged on Teams


Participation fee

Kr. 8.000,- (members of NFEA)
Kr. 10.000,- (not member of NFEA)

 

Other information

NB! All participants need to have calculator available!


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