Basics of Functional Safety Part 5 – Importance of Data Collection within Functional Safety
This is the final part of the SaRS Technical Learning webinar series on the Basics of Functional Safety. The series gives an overview on the various aspects of Functional Safety and compliance with international standards and responds directly to topics requested from the previous webinar feedback forms. The series is presented by experts from Engineering Safety Consultants (ESC) Ltd.
In Part 5 we look at the key elements of data collection within safety instrumented systems, covering:
- What does the standard say? (IEC 61511-1:2017+A1:2017)
- What should you be recording?
- How to evaluate and use the data.
Part 5 will be presented by Paulo Oliveira. Paulo is a Chartered Engineer with more than 15 years’ experience in asset management, reliability and safety applications. Paulo has split his experience between project, maintenance, reliability and safety roles in hazardous and non- hazardous industries, such as chemical, steel and FMCG. His career focus has been Asset management, development and implementation of IEC61511 compliant systems and with links to broader Process Safety areas like process hazard analysis, human factors, alarm management and compliance auditing. Paulo is a member of the BSI GEL/065/01 committee and regularly presents on Functional Safety related topics in seminars, evening lectures and conferences. Paulo is a certified TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Expert and Trainer in Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS – #301/19).
Please note that following feedback from previous webinars in this series we have extended the finish time to 14:30 UK time to allow more time for the Q&A.
Please register for this final part of the series via the following registration link:
Part 5 – Importance of Data Collection within Functional Safety. 18th August 2021 at 13:00 UK time. To register please click here.
Please note that the speaker has been changed from person initially going to deliver this webinar.
Wednesday, 18th August 2021 at 1:00pm
Wednesday, 18th August 2021 at 2:30pm