SAFETY INSTRUMENTATION & SHUT-DOWN SYSTEMS

SAFETY INSTRUMENTATION & SHUT-DOWN SYSTEMS

Estubizi Setiabudi Building 2, Jakarta | 17-20 Mei 2010 | 09.00-16.00 WIB | Rp. 7.000.000,-


TOPIK

SAFETY INSTRUMENTATION & SHUT-DOWN SYSTEMS

General

To expand the practical knowledge in the application of safety instrumented systems as applied to industrial processes; to provide the knowledge of the latest standards dealing with each stage of the safety lifecycle from the initial evaluation of hazards through to the detailed engineering and maintenance of safety instrumented systems; to plan hazard and risk assessment studies, then design, implement and maintain the safety systems to ensure high reliability and to assist the company to implement functional safety measures to international standards

Objective

  • Practical applications
  • Detailed, up-to-date, functional safety instrumentation practices
  • How to plan and participate in hazard and risk assessment studies
  • The knowledge to implement and operate safety systems
  • Design and implementation skills for Quality Assurance in safety systems
  • The knowledge to specify and critically evaluate safety systems
  • Techniques to help ensure high reliability and maintenance of safety systems

Profile Participant

  • Instrumentation and Control Engineers & Technicians
  • Design, Installation and Maintenance Engineers & Technicians in the process industries
  • Managers and Sales Professionals employed by end users
  • Engineering Firms
  • System Integrators
  • System Consultants

Outline

OBJECTIVES & INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY INSTRUMENTATION

  • Course outline & objectives
  • Introduction to hazards, risks & functional safety
  • Overview of safety systems engineering
  • Introduction to Standards: IEC 61508 & ISA S84
  • The safety lifecycle model & its phases (IEC Phases)
  • Implications of IEC 61508 for companies
  • Issues of functional safety assessment & conformity

HAZARD & RISK REDUCTION

  • Identification of hazards, typical sources &examples
  • Principles of risk reduction & layers of protection
  • Process control versus safety control
  • Examples of simple & complex shutdown systems
  • The concept of Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
  • Practical Exercise: Risk reduction analysis

INTRODUCTION TO HAZARD STUDIES

  • Hazard & operability study (Hazop) methods
  • Practical Exercise:Trial Hazop study
  • Risk analysis & fault tree methods
  • Practical Exercise: Fault tree model

SAFETY REQUIREMENTS SPECIFICATION

  • How to define functional requirements for the safety instrumented system
  • Quantitative & qualitative methods for determining SIL requirements
  • Practical Exercise in defining safety requirements and integrity levels

TECHNOLOGY CHOICES & THE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN STAGE

  • Choosing the equipment
  • The safety instrumented system model & its components
  • Types of equipment & choices for the logic solver E/E/PES fundamentals
  • Key features of safety PLCs

BASIC RELIABILITY ANALYSIS APPLIED TO SAFETY SYSTEMS

  • Why we need to analyze before building a system
  • Introduction to failure modes
  • Getting the terminology right: MTBF, MTTF, MTTR, safety availability & others
  • Calculating reliability & nuisance trip rates
  • The effects of proof testing, diagnostic coverage & beta factor
  • Introduction to Markov models
  • Evaluation of redundant modes for logic solvers & field devices
  • Practical calculation methods for (PFDavg) and SILs
  • Practical Exercises in comparing system reliabilities

SAFETY IN FIELD INSTRUMENTS & DEVICES

  • Impact of field devices on safety integrity
  • How to specify & arrange sensors for safety duties
  • Safety transmitters & Smart transmitters in safety applications
  • Guidelines for final elements
  • Installation aspects of emergency shutdown valves

EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN SYSTEM (ESD)

  • Components of ESD consist of :
    • Input: push buttons, limit switch, process switch and external control
    • Output final actuator : solenoid
  • Analysis of failure
    • Infantile failure
    • Casual failure
    • Wear failure
    • Marginal failure
    • Catastrophic failure
  • Fail save design for loop pressure control
  • Principal design of ESD
    • Fail to lowest energy
    • Interlock and safety system
    • Process control signal failure
    • Electrical component
    • Interlock circuit
    • Annunciators, alarm
    • Interlock and trip system

JUSTIFICATION FOR A SAFETY INSTRUMENTED SYSTEM

  • Review of failure modes & their impact on plant safety
  • The impact of nuisance trips
  • How to calculate life cycle costs
  • Examples & evaluation of choices

Metode Pembelajaran

Multimedia, Role Play, Diskusi, Simulasi, Kasus

Durasi

4 hari @ 7 jam

Investasi

Rp. 7.000.000,- (Tujuh Juta Rupiah)

Tempat

Estubizi Setiabudi Building 2, Jl. Rasuna Said Kav.62

Tanggal

17-20 Mei 2010

4 (Empat) hari

waktu

09.00-16.00 wib

Fasilitas

Sertifikat, modul, coffee / lunch break, suvenir



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