Training

Hendsa is an accepted course provider of the TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Program for Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS). The course focuses on functional safety aspects for the process, oil & gas, petro-chemical and chemical industries according to IEC 61508 / 61511.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

All engineers, that is, from the instrument and control systems, process, electrical, safety and loss prevention & project management disciplines, operation and maintenance technologists, who are involved in any of the functional safety life cycle phases for the Safety Instrumented Systems, including hazard and technical risk assessment, specification, design implementation, installation and commissioning, operation and maintenance of the Safety Instrumented Systems. Anyone accountable for the assessment and management of risks & hazards in the process industry

IEC 61508 Ed 2, emphasizes as a ‘Normative’ requirement, that anybody involved in the functional safety lifecycle activities shall be competent to carry out the activities for which they are accountable.

Being successful in the examination, you take advantage of this SIS course and certification to demonstrate to you clients, peers and management, your competency in the field of Functional Safety, as defined by IEC61508. Certificate from  TÜV Rheinland is recognition of your functional safety knowledge and your name is published on the  TÜV Rheinland website, adding a great value to your professional image.

 

WHAT WILL YOU GET

As a course participant you will get a detailed course manual with worked exercises & relevant functional safety white papers.

Those who attend this course and pass with a score of 75% will receive a FS Engineer SIS (TÜV Rheinland) certificate from  TÜV Rheinland, Germany, which will be valid for 5 years (can be renewed from  TÜV against payment for another five years afterwards); TÜV will publish the name of the certified engineer on their web site. The certified engineers will receive a unique ID from  TÜV Rheinland.

 

AGENDA

Day 1 – Module 1

  • Overview of Functional Safety Program & competency requirements
  • IEC 61508 / 61511 Background & Safety Life Cycle
  • Hazards & Risk Assessment and ALARP principles
  • Risk Reduction, Risk Tolerability, Allocation of Safety Functions
  • Failure Modes, Operating Modes, Common Cause Failures, Proven-in-Use
  • Basic Reliability Applied to Safety Instrumented Systems, Probability of Failure on Demand
  • Reliability Modeling
  • Safety Instrumented Functions & Systems
  • Safety Integrity Levels
  • Safety Requirement Specification(SRS)
  • Examples & Practical Exercises

 

Day 2 – Module 2

  • SIL Determination Methods, Qualitative and Quantitative, Event Tree Analysis
  • SIL determination using Modified HAZOP and ALARP
  • SIL Determination by Safety Layer Matrix, Risk Graph
  • Calibration of Risk Graph & SIL Determination by Quantitative Risk Graphs
  • Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
  • SIL Verification by Reliability Block Diagrams (RBD)
  • SIL Verification by Simplified Equations
  • Fault Tree Analysis Basics and Structures
  • SIL Verification by Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Common Cause Modeling by RBD & FTA
  • Introduction to Markov Models
  • Examples & Practical Exercises

 

Day 3 – Module 3

  • SIS Design Considerations
  • Safe Failure Fraction, Hardware Fault Tolerance
  • Understanding importance of Fail Safe & Common Cause Failures
  • Selection of Field Devices
  • Selection of Logic Solver and Choice of Technology
  • Understanding Reliability Data & Data Sources
  • SIS Architecture & Process Hazards and Process Sensitivity Considerations
  • Overall Planning Phase of IEC Safety Life Cycle
  • SIS Validation phase of the IEC Safety Life Cycle
  • Management of Functional Safety
  • SIS Installation, Operation & Maintenance
  • Proof testing strategies and the impact of testing
  • Human Errors in SIS
  • Examples & Practical Exercises

 

Exam Details

  • The applicant has to attend the 3 consecutive days training course given by Hendsa
  • The Eligibility Requirements forms must be completed, signed and supported with the necessary documents
  • The maximum duration of the exam is 4 (four) hours
  • The passing criteria is 75% to pass the exam

All exams are monitored by  TÜV Rheinland, which will issue the successful participants their personal certificate

Hendsa is an accepted course provider of the TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Program for The Process Hazards and Risk Analysis (PH&RA). The course focuses on a comprehensive understanding of hazard theory and several of the most relevant hazard analysis methodologies.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Engineers from process, electrical, safety, loss prevention, control systems & project management, operation and maintenance disciplines, who are involved in process safety or functional safety, including hazard and technical risk assessment, specification, design implementation, installation and commissioning, operation and maintenance of the process facilities and also:

  • Anyone accountable for the assessment and management of risks & hazards in the process industry
  • Those involved in the management, engineering, operations and safety of process operations
  • Consulting engineers, safety advisors
  • Persons with HAZOP study experience and basic knowledge of loss prevention & safety working practices
  • Those who participate or intend to lead or facilitate PH & RA studies

 

WHAT WILL YOU GET

Those who attend this course and pass with a score of 75% will receive a FS Engineer PH&RA (TÜV Rheinland) certificate from TÜV Rheinland, Germany, which will be valid for 5 years (can be renewed from TÜV against payment for another five years afterwards); TÜV will publish the name of the certified engineer on their web site. The certified engineers will receive a unique ID from TÜV Rheinland.

 

AGENDA

Day 1 – Module 1

  • Overview of TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Program
  • Element of Process Safety Management
  • Safety Management Systems
  • Basic Definitions & Concepts
  • Hazard Identification (HAZID)
  • Relevance of PHA to IEC 61508 and IEC 61511
  • PHA and Safety Instrumented Systems
  • Methods of risk assessment
  • Exercises & workshop

 

Day 2 – Module 2

  • Hazard identification process
  • Concepts and procedures of HAZOP based on IEC 61882 – HAZOP Studies Application Guide
  • Selection of risk analysis methodology
  • Scenario risk assessment
  • Risk graph & risk matrices
  • What-If & What-If Checklists
  • Hazard & Operability Studies (HAZOP)
  • Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA)
  • Exercises & workshop

 

Day 3 – Module 3

  • Recording and reporting of risk assessment findings
  • Interface to Safety Requirement Specification
  • Human factors in process safety
  • Organizing risk assessment studies, defining scope & objectives
  • Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
  • Event Tree Analysis (ETA)
  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Exercises & workshop

 

Exam Details

  • The applicant has to attend the 3 consecutive days training course given by Hendsa
  • The Eligibility Requirements forms must be completed, signed and supported with the necessary documents
  • The maximum duration of the exam is 4 (four) hours
  • The passing criteria is 75% to pass the exam

All exams are monitored by TÜV Rheinland, which will issue the successful participants their personal certificate

TÜV Process Hazard & Risk Assessment (PH&RA)

CourseFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates21st-24thTentaitive
Doha, Qatar10th -14th22nd - 25th
Jubail, Saudi Arabia31st March - 3rd April31st March - 3rd AprilTenative
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia13th-16thTentative
Perth, Australia10th - 14thTentative

TÜV SIS (Safety Instrumented System)

CourseFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates8th - 11th13th - 16th8th - 11th
Doha, Qatar16th - 19th7th - 10th20th - 23rd
Jubail, Saudi Arabia23rd - 26th14th - 17th
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia25th - 28thTentative
Perth, Australia17th - 20thTentative

Email info@hendsa.com or training@hendsa.com for more information

Training

Hendsa is an accepted course provider of the TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Program for Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS). The course focuses on functional safety aspects for the process, oil & gas, petro-chemical and chemical industries according to IEC 61508 / 61511.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

All engineers, that is, from the instrument and control systems, process, electrical, safety and loss prevention & project management disciplines, operation and maintenance technologists, who are involved in any of the functional safety life cycle phases for the Safety Instrumented Systems, including hazard and technical risk assessment, specification, design implementation, installation and commissioning, operation and maintenance of the Safety Instrumented Systems. Anyone accountable for the assessment and management of risks & hazards in the process industry

IEC 61508 Ed 2, emphasizes as a ‘Normative’ requirement, that anybody involved in the functional safety lifecycle activities shall be competent to carry out the activities for which they are accountable.

Being successful in the examination, you take advantage of this SIS course and certification to demonstrate to you clients, peers and management, your competency in the field of Functional Safety, as defined by IEC61508. Certificate from  TÜV Rheinland is recognition of your functional safety knowledge and your name is published on the  TÜV Rheinland website, adding a great value to your professional image.

 

WHAT WILL YOU GET

As a course participant you will get a detailed course manual with worked exercises & relevant functional safety white papers.

Those who attend this course and pass with a score of 75% will receive a FS Engineer SIS (TÜV Rheinland) certificate from  TÜV Rheinland, Germany, which will be valid for 5 years (can be renewed from  TÜV against payment for another five years afterwards); TÜV will publish the name of the certified engineer on their web site. The certified engineers will receive a unique ID from  TÜV Rheinland.

 

AGENDA

Day 1 – Module 1

  • Overview of Functional Safety Program & competency requirements
  • IEC 61508 / 61511 Background & Safety Life Cycle
  • Hazards & Risk Assessment and ALARP principles
  • Risk Reduction, Risk Tolerability, Allocation of Safety Functions
  • Failure Modes, Operating Modes, Common Cause Failures, Proven-in-Use
  • Basic Reliability Applied to Safety Instrumented Systems, Probability of Failure on Demand
  • Reliability Modeling
  • Safety Instrumented Functions & Systems
  • Safety Integrity Levels
  • Safety Requirement Specification(SRS)
  • Examples & Practical Exercises

 

Day 2 – Module 2

  • SIL Determination Methods, Qualitative and Quantitative, Event Tree Analysis
  • SIL determination using Modified HAZOP and ALARP
  • SIL Determination by Safety Layer Matrix, Risk Graph
  • Calibration of Risk Graph & SIL Determination by Quantitative Risk Graphs
  • Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
  • SIL Verification by Reliability Block Diagrams (RBD)
  • SIL Verification by Simplified Equations
  • Fault Tree Analysis Basics and Structures
  • SIL Verification by Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Common Cause Modeling by RBD & FTA
  • Introduction to Markov Models
  • Examples & Practical Exercises

 

Day 3 – Module 3

  • SIS Design Considerations
  • Safe Failure Fraction, Hardware Fault Tolerance
  • Understanding importance of Fail Safe & Common Cause Failures
  • Selection of Field Devices
  • Selection of Logic Solver and Choice of Technology
  • Understanding Reliability Data & Data Sources
  • SIS Architecture & Process Hazards and Process Sensitivity Considerations
  • Overall Planning Phase of IEC Safety Life Cycle
  • SIS Validation phase of the IEC Safety Life Cycle
  • Management of Functional Safety
  • SIS Installation, Operation & Maintenance
  • Proof testing strategies and the impact of testing
  • Human Errors in SIS
  • Examples & Practical Exercises

 

Exam Details

  • The applicant has to attend the 3 consecutive days training course given by Hendsa
  • The Eligibility Requirements forms must be completed, signed and supported with the necessary documents
  • The maximum duration of the exam is 4 (four) hours
  • The passing criteria is 75% to pass the exam

All exams are monitored by  TÜV Rheinland, which will issue the successful participants their personal certificate

Hendsa is an accepted course provider of the TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Program for The Process Hazards and Risk Analysis (PH&RA). The course focuses on a comprehensive understanding of hazard theory and several of the most relevant hazard analysis methodologies.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Engineers from process, electrical, safety, loss prevention, control systems & project management, operation and maintenance disciplines, who are involved in process safety or functional safety, including hazard and technical risk assessment, specification, design implementation, installation and commissioning, operation and maintenance of the process facilities and also:

  • Anyone accountable for the assessment and management of risks & hazards in the process industry
  • Those involved in the management, engineering, operations and safety of process operations
  • Consulting engineers, safety advisors
  • Persons with HAZOP study experience and basic knowledge of loss prevention & safety working practices
  • Those who participate or intend to lead or facilitate PH & RA studies

 

WHAT WILL YOU GET

Those who attend this course and pass with a score of 75% will receive a FS Engineer PH&RA (TÜV Rheinland) certificate from TÜV Rheinland, Germany, which will be valid for 5 years (can be renewed from TÜV against payment for another five years afterwards); TÜV will publish the name of the certified engineer on their web site. The certified engineers will receive a unique ID from TÜV Rheinland.

 

AGENDA

Day 1 – Module 1

  • Overview of TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Program
  • Element of Process Safety Management
  • Safety Management Systems
  • Basic Definitions & Concepts
  • Hazard Identification (HAZID)
  • Relevance of PHA to IEC 61508 and IEC 61511
  • PHA and Safety Instrumented Systems
  • Methods of risk assessment
  • Exercises & workshop

 

Day 2 – Module 2

  • Hazard identification process
  • Concepts and procedures of HAZOP based on IEC 61882 – HAZOP Studies Application Guide
  • Selection of risk analysis methodology
  • Scenario risk assessment
  • Risk graph & risk matrices
  • What-If & What-If Checklists
  • Hazard & Operability Studies (HAZOP)
  • Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA)
  • Exercises & workshop

 

Day 3 – Module 3

  • Recording and reporting of risk assessment findings
  • Interface to Safety Requirement Specification
  • Human factors in process safety
  • Organizing risk assessment studies, defining scope & objectives
  • Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
  • Event Tree Analysis (ETA)
  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Exercises & workshop

 

Exam Details

  • The applicant has to attend the 3 consecutive days training course given by Hendsa
  • The Eligibility Requirements forms must be completed, signed and supported with the necessary documents
  • The maximum duration of the exam is 4 (four) hours
  • The passing criteria is 75% to pass the exam

All exams are monitored by TÜV Rheinland, which will issue the successful participants their personal certificate

TÜV Process Hazard & Risk Assessment (PH&RA)

CourseFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates21st-24thTentaitive
Doha, Qatar10th -14th22nd - 25th
Jubail, Saudi Arabia31st March - 3rd April31st March - 3rd AprilTenative
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia13th-16thTentative
Perth, Australia10th - 14thTentative

TÜV SIS (Safety Instrumented System)

CourseFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates28th April - 1st May28th April - 1st MayTentaitive
Doha, Qatar17th - 21st1st - 4th
Jubail, Saudi Arabia7th - 10th1st - 4th
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia25th - 28thTentative
Perth, Australia17th - 20thTentative

Email info@hendsa.com or training@hendsa.com for more information