TUV Functional Safety Engineer Training Program

					           PFSE                         Premier Safety Consulting
                                                  PFSE
Premier Functional Safety Engineering
    Safety Instrumented Systems          Training Course Outline
           Training Course
                                          www.premier-fs.com        Premier Safety Consulting




                               Premier Safety Consulting
                                        in cooperation with
                            TÜV Industrie Service GmbH
                   Automation, Software and Information Technology - ASI


        PCS is TÜV Industrie Service GmbH, ASI        accepted
              course provider for the TÜV Functional Safety Program



                                            PFSE
             Premier Functional Safety Engineering
                 Safety Instrumented Systems
                                        Course Outline


                Four (4) days Mastering Training Program
                 Instructor–Classroom setting
                 Working examples and discussions
                 Evaluation exam
                 Compliance to competency requirements of:
                    IEC 61508-1 Paragraph 6.2.1 (h)
                    IEC 61511-1 Paragraph 5.2.2

                TÜV Certificate




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                                                      PFSE
Premier Functional Safety Engineering
    Safety Instrumented Systems              Training Course Outline
           Training Course
                                              www.premier-fs.com                  Premier Safety Consulting




                                                                                   TÜV Rheinland Group


  TÜV Functional Safety Program
   What is the TÜV Functional Safety Program?
              An extended vocational training program institutionalized by TÜV Industrie Service
              GmbH, ASI together with international course providers – accepted according to the
              TÜV Functional Safety Program - to support knowledge, know-how and expertise
              transfer to engineers working in the field of functional safety. Our aim is to achieve a
              global, clear and uniform standard of competence towards compliance to the
              requirements of IEC 61508, IEC 61511 and further relevant international standards.
              (See more information at www.tuvasi.com ).


   Premier Safety Consulting
              Premier Safety Consulting, part of Invensys Process Systems (IPS) Consulting,
              offers the PFSE training course addressing Functional Safety in the field of Safety
              Instrumented Systems. (see more information at www.premier-fs.com)

              Content, material and final exams for this course have been reviewed and assessed
              positively by TÜV Industrie Service GmbH, Automation, Software and Information
              Technology, ASI.

               PCS is TÜV Industrie Service GmbH, ASI                   accepted course provider
                  for the TÜV Functional Safety Program

              Participants of the Premier Safety Consulting PFSE training course will receive, upon
              successful completion, a TÜV certificate
              including a TÜV Functional Safety Engineer
              logo and ID number


               Course Instructors are certified TÜV Functional Safety Experts – SIS
                                 According to the TÜV Functional Safety Program

                     Robin McCrea-Steele, TÜV FS Expert-ID No. 0101/04
                     Glenn Raney, TÜV FS Expert-ID No. 0116/06



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              PFSE                      Premier Safety Consulting
                                                  PFSE
Premier Functional Safety Engineering
    Safety Instrumented Systems          Training Course Outline
           Training Course
                                         www.premier-fs.com            Premier Safety Consulting




                                            PFSE
                      Premier Functional Safety Engineering
                                  Safety Instrumented Systems

         An Invensys-Premier Safety Consulting training course designed to
         conform to the TÜV Functional Safety Program and address the competency
         requirements of IEC61508-1 par. 6.2.1 (h) and IEC61511-1 par. 5.2.2.


          PCS is TÜV Industrie Service GmbH, ASI           accepted course provider
              for the TÜV Functional Safety Program

          Who should attend:
               Engineers involved in any part of the SIS Safety Lifecycle.

          Participant eligibility requirements (use form ER04):
             In accordance with the TÜV Functional Safety Program.
                 A minimum of 3 to 5 years experience in the field of functional
                 safety.
                 University degree or equivalent engineer level responsibilities
                 status as certified by employer.

          Course duration:
               Four (4) days.
            The first three days are classroom setting instruction that provide
            detailed information and examples/discussions for understanding and
            mastering the requirements of IEC61508 / IEC61511 functional
            safety. Evening study time and problem solving is recommended.
            The last day consists of a two-part examination:
                         a- 130 multiple choice questions
                         b- 5 working problems

          Course approval criteria:
               Passing score is 75%

          Training Investment:
                Total price per participant for USA venues is US$ 2,950
                (Includes course material, registration fees and TÜV certificate)
                For international venues, pricing will be established in local
                currency by our local office.

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           PFSE                         Premier Safety Consulting
                                                  PFSE
Premier Functional Safety Engineering
    Safety Instrumented Systems          Training Course Outline
           Training Course
                                          www.premier-fs.com             Premier Safety Consulting



                                            PFSE
                       Premier Functional Safety Engineering
                                   Safety Instrumented Systems

          Training and Certification Process:
          Registration: Use the PCS course registration form PREG04

          Eligibility Requirements: Use PCS form ER04 for eligibility according to TÜV
          Functional Safety Program (this form can be submitted at a later date). However,
          it is a prerequisite to obtain a TÜV certificate.

          Course and exam: Participants that complete the PFSE training course
          continuously in an Instructor-Classroom setting and meet the approval criteria for
          the proficiency examination on management of functional safety, safety
          instrumented systems, are eligible to receive a TÜV certificate.

          TÜV Assessment: Upon review of the final exam documents and verification that
          all the eligibility requirements have been met, TÜV Industrie Service GmbH, ASI
          issues the TÜV certificate, including the TÜV FS Engineer logo.

          TÜV FS Engineer Logo: Participants that receive a TÜV certificate and
          corresponding identification number may use the TÜV FS Engineer logo
          on their business card. The logo should not be
          used in any context that may imply that the titled
          person is an employee of TÜV or works for TÜV.

          Archiving: TÜV–ASI officially archives exams and documentation of each
          certified participant.

          Internet posting: Successful participants of the PFSE training class within
          the TÜV Functional Safety Program will receive an identification number from
          TÜV-ASI and will be listed on the www.tuvasi.com internet site. The listing will
          positively identify and confirm the status of certification for each participant
          (i.e. valid, pending, canceled, revoked)

          Validity: Certification has a validity period of 5 years.
          After expiration, a revalidation directly with TÜV Rheinland involves submittal
          of documentation of proof of continuous work in the field of functional safety.




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                                                      PFSE
Premier Functional Safety Engineering
    Safety Instrumented Systems              Training Course Outline
           Training Course
                                               www.premier-fs.com                     Premier Safety Consulting


IEC 61511-1 Functional Safety – Safety Instrumented Systems for the
process industry sector.
5          MANAGEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL SAFETY

5.1        Objective
The objective of the requirements of this clause is to identify the management activities that
are necessary to ensure the functional safety objectives are met.
NOTE This clause is solely aimed at the achievement and maintenance of the functional safety of safety
instrumented systems and is separate and distinct from general health and safety measure necessary for the
achievement of safety in the workplace.

5.2        Requirements
5.2.1      General
5.2.1.1 The policy and strategy for achieving safety shall be identified together with the
        means for evaluating its achievement and shall be communicated within the
        organization.
5.2.1.2 A safety management system shall be in place so as to ensure that where safety
        instrumented systems are used, they have the ability to place and/or maintain the
        process in a safe state.
5.2.2      Organization and resources
5.2.2.1 Persons, departments, organizations or other units which are responsible for
        carrying out and reviewing each of the safety life-cycle phases shall be identified
        and be informed of the responsibilities assigned to them (including where relevant,
        licensing authorities or safety regulatory bodies).
5.2.2.2 Persons, departments or organizations involved in safety life-cycle activities shall
        be competent to carry out the activities for which they are accountable.
NOTE As a minimum, the following items should be addressed when considering the competence of
persons, departments, organizations or other units involved in safety life-cycle activities:

a)      engineering knowledge, training and experience appropriate to the process application;
b)      engineering knowledge, training and experience appropriate to the applicable technology used (for
        example, electrical, electronic or programmable electronic);
c)      engineering knowledge, training and experience appropriate to the sensors and final elements;
d)      safety engineering knowledge (for example, process safety analysis);
e)      knowledge of the legal and safety regulatory requirements;
f)      adequate management and leadership skills appropriate to their role in safety life-cycle activities;
g)      understanding of the potential consequence of an event;
h)      the safety integrity level of the safety instrumented functions;
i)      the novelty and complexity of the application and the technology.


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                                                      PFSE
Premier Functional Safety Engineering
    Safety Instrumented Systems              Training Course Outline
           Training Course
                                             www.premier-fs.com                 Premier Safety Consulting



                                              PFSE
                    Premier Functional Safety Engineering
                                Safety Instrumented Systems
          Course Outline

                   Process Safety Risk / Layers of Protection
                   International Safety Standards, Regulations, Enforcement
                   Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Assignment Methodologies
                   Safety Requirement Specifications (SRS) Development
                   Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Verification Methodologies
                   Management of Functional Safety
                   SIS Design and Good Engineering Practices

                                        Course Agenda Overview
     Day 1
     1. Overview of TÜV Functional Safety Program
     2. Introduction to Safety Instrumented Systems
                Overview of International Safety Standards IEC-61508/ 61511 (in the U.S.,
                ANSI/S84.01-2004)
                What is Safety Integrity Level (SIL)?
                        Probability to Fail on Demand (PFD)
                        Demand VS. Continuous Mode
                Process sensitivity and safety
                ALARP
                Safety integrity levels assignment
                Consequence Analysis
                Risk Matrix / Risk Graph
                Layer of Protection (LOPA)
     Day 2
     1. Semi-Quantitative SIL assignment method
                Methodology
                Examples of use
                Conclusions
     2. Safety Requirements Specification (SRS) Template
                Scope
                SRS Checklist
                SRS Guidance (IEC-61511)
                Compliance
                Process Assessment
                SRS Basis of Design
                   ESD P&ID Diagrams
                   Technical Requirements
                   Start-Up Procedures
                   DCS Functions
                   Testing, Procedures and Commissioning
                   Management of Change

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    Safety Instrumented Systems             Training Course Outline
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                                                PFSE
                      Premier Functional Safety Engineering
                                  Safety Instrumented Systems
                                Course Agenda Overview (continued)

            Day 3
            1 SIL Verification
                    IEC-61508 and 61511 Methods
                            Reliability Block Diagrams
                            Simplified Equations
                            Fault Tree Analysis
                            Markov Models
                    Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
                    QRA Methodology
                    Examples
                    Availability and Reliability Determination
                    Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
                    System improvement using FTA

            2   Management of Functional Safety
                   Role of individuals
                   Plan for verification, assessments, auditing and validation.
                   Procedures for evaluating performance after SIF is installed
            3   Design and Good Engineering Practices
            4   Operation and maintenance
            5   Summary of 3 day training
                   Questions
                   Follow-up

            Day 4

            Comprehension and mastering of the PFSE training course material will be verified
            by a 4 to 6 hour proficiency examination consisting of 130 multiple choice, and 5 working
            problems. Overall passing criteria is 75%.

            Participants that complete the PFSE training course continuously in the Instructor-
            Classroom setting, meet the eligibility criteria according to the TÜV Functional Safety
            Program and pass the proficiency examination, are eligible to receive a TÜV
            certificate including the TÜV Functional Safety Engineer logo.




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