IET SIL Determination Workshop and Seminar (IET SIL Determinatio)

Venue: ICO Conference Centre

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Dec 06, 2011 End Date/Time: Dec 07, 2011
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Description

The 7th IET Seminar on Safety Integrity Level Determination
This popular seminar returns for its 7th iteration revised and researched from the ground up to ensure the programme meets the needs of the functional safety community.
The IET SIL Determination seminar will serve as a platform for the sharing of current practices, developments and lessons learned on SIL determination, with particular focus upon the process industries. The seminar will highlight the benefits of certain approaches as well as the pitfalls of others and the effects of inappropriate SIL determinations.
FACT!
If you’re storing highly flammable, possibly toxic fuels or chemicals – this seminar will be a ‘must attend event’
Confirmed Seminar Chair: Ron Bell, Chair of one of the two teams responsible for the development & revision of IEC 61508, ESC Ltd, UK
Confirmed speakers include:
Simon Burwood, Principal Consultant, ESC Ltd, UK
Peter Davidson, Process Safety Manager, Petroleum Industry Association (UKPIA), UK
Mike Nicholas, COMAH Technical Advisor, Environment Agency, UK
Dr Alan G. King, ABB, UK
Register today!
Safety is everyone’s responsibility… bring the whole team and get a group booking discount.
Register & view the programme at: www.theiet.org/sil
Please note, on 6th December we are running a workshop: Designing and calibrating risk graphs for SIL Determination. Please visit www.theiet.org/sil to register for this 13.30 – 16.30 event.
This workshop will function as a practical guide to making your own risk graph
Take advantage of our loyalty booking discount when you register to attend Power Generation Control and / or Power System Safety this December!
IET is proud to be in association with SaRS
www.theiet.org/sil

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IET and SaRS Members save on their booking fee. Please visit the website for the seminar programme and too register.

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