IET SIL Determination event returns for its 9th edition revised to ensure the programme continues to meet the evolving needs of the functional safety community.
10 December - Workshops day
The workshop day will set the scene for a diverse programme of the seminar the following day.
The morning interactive workshop, titled "SIL and human involvement", will look at some of the characteristics of humans and nature of human failure, relating aspects of these to the assessment of safety integrity levels (SIL).
The afternoon workshop will set out the key elements that form the foundation for determining what is deemed “safe” in the context of safety-related / safety critical systems to judge “How safe is safe enough?”
11 December - Seminar day
Join us for a complete day of cross-industry learning current practices, developments and lessons learned on SIL determination, with a 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.
Find out more about the event.
- Ron Bell OBE, Director, ESC Ltd (Seminar Chairman)
- Simon Burwood, Technical Director, ESC Ltd
- Paul Caseley, Dstl Fellow, Defence Science and Technologies Laboratory (DSTL)
- Steve Frost, Principal Inspector: Nuclear Safety, Office for Nuclear Regulation – Civil Nuclear Reactors Programme
- Helen Monkhouse, Functional Safety Manager, Protean Electric Ltd
- Mike Nicholas, COMAH Technical Advisor, Environment Agency, UK
- Ron Pierce, Principal Consultant, Hitachi Europe Ltd
- Peter Sheppard, Senior Safety Engineer and Validator, Bombardier Transportation
Find out more about the speakers.
This event will be of interest to engineers and technical managers from organisations that:
- Are responsible for the management of safety, health and environmental systems
- Specify the safety requirements and target SIL of E/E/PE safety-related systems
- Provide safety-related systems designed to meet target SIL and safety requirements
- Are responsible for maintaining and optimising SIL performance on operational assets
- Are tasked with reducing SIL levels
- Are responsible for delivering functional safety of systems across the rail, defence, power, process and automotive industry
Find out about the programme.
This event can count towards CPD requirements. You'll earn up to 12 hours of CPD.
Earn three hours Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by attending each workshop and benefit from 25% discount if you choose to register for both workshops.
You can gain six hours CPD by attending the seminar day.
To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.