Functional Safety, Safety Integrity Level & SIS Cybersecurity (Level 1)

This Functional Safety training course helps you understand everything about Functional Safety, Safety Integrity Level (SIL), SIL Determination, Functional Safety Management, Functional Safety Standards IEC 61508 and IEC 61511, as well as SIS cybersecurity.

Easy online self paced training course-Start it anytime, complete it at your own pace and get certified after you take and pass the associated exam.

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Functional Safety is an important part of industrial safety and is used in many industries and business sectors, to protect plants and other assets, people and the environment.

Today, modern plants and facilities including those in sectors such as Oil Extraction and refining,  Gas processing, Chemicals, Mining & Metals, Pulp & Paper, Power Generation, Pharmaceutical manufacturing, all use Safety Instrumented Systems extensively, to have safe and reliable operations.

Also, these industries all over the world, need to be compliant to international standards such as IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 (ISA S84 in the US). These systems need to be designed correctly, engineered, built, installed, commissioned and maintained as per these standards in order to really ensure the safety of assets, people and the environment. They also need to be secure against various cyber security threats.

This Abhisam e-learning course covers all that you need to know about these systems at a fundamental level and also get certified.

You need not refer to boring, outdated and irrelevant books to learn it. 

This self paced e-course, is a highly engaging course with text, Interactive Animations & Simulations, real life examples, videos and interactive assessments! No need to attend boring classroom style sessions or Zoom lessons that leave you frustrated.

This Functional Safety and SIS e-learning course is a superior alternative to live training and can be taken anywhere and anytime. You can take the associated exam and earn a certificate and electronic badge for the Functional Safety & SIL Course (Level 1). 

Key Benefits of the Course

Get Certified as a Functional Safety Professional (Level 1).

Earn an electronic badge that you can display online.

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“I have worked in the International Oil and Gas Industry as a technical instructor for more than thirty years. I have both used and recommended the products of Abhisam. I recommend them highly to all engineers and technicians in our industry. No praise is too great!!
John Longden
GCGI LCGI. Senior Trainer
Petroleum Training Institute, UK

Modular Course- Complete at your own pace

Modular Course

This self paced software based training course, is called an XPRTU. It  consists of nine modules, each covers a particular topic. These are:

1. Introduction to Functional Safety
2. Basic Concepts of Hazards, Risks
3. Safety Instrumented Systems
4. Failures & Reliability
5. Safety Integrity Level
6. Functional Safety Standards
7. Functional Safety Management
8. SIS Cybersecurity
9. Self Assessment Test.

These modules have a mix of text with full voice over explanations, videos, animations and simulations, worked examples from real life situations in industry and assessment questions, so that you learn the subject easily and master it. The detailed contents are given below.

Choose from any of the versions.

Scroll below to see complete contents.

Standard

For one learner
$ 299
  • Course Duration: 24 hours of self paced learning (Earn 24 PDH)
  • Access the course online 24/7 via any device for one year
  • Exam & Certification for one learner
  • Lifelong Valid Certificate

Get Trial Access to all Abhisam courses, including this Functional Safety, Safety Integrity Level & SIS Cybersecurity (Level 1) course for $7. You will NOT be billed automatically after trial ends.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Safety as a need
  • Safety Definition
  • Industrial Safety
  • Industrial Safety-Classification
  • Process Safety & Occupational Safety
  • What is Occupational Safety?
  • What is Process Safety?
  • What is Process Safety?
  • What is Functional Safety?
  • What is not Functional Safety?
  • What is Functional Safety?
  • Process Industries
  • Discrete Parts Manufacturing
  • Railways
  • Nuclear
  • Automotive
  • Aeronautical
  • Buildings
  • Role of Functional Safety in infamous industrial accidents
  • Summary
  • What is a Hazard?
  • What is a Hazard?
  • What is Risk?
  • What is Harm?
  • What is Risk Reduction?
  • How much Risk Reduction is enough?
  • ALARP – 1
  • ALARP – 2
  • ALARP – 2
  • ALARP – 3
  • How can we get this Risk Reduction?
  • What is a Safety Function?
  • Safety Instrumented Function (SIF)
  • How can we achieve this Risk Reduction?
  • More about Risk Reduction
  • Summary
  • Introduction
  • What is a Safety Function?
  • Safety Instrumented Function (SIF)
  • Safety Instrumented Function (SIF)
  • Control Loop
  • Safety Instrumented Function (SIF) – 2
  • Safety Instrumented Function (SIF) – 3
  • Why a separate BPCS & SIS?
  • Emergency Shutdown Systems-2
  • Emergency Shutdown Systems-2
  • Learnings from the exercise
  • Differences BPCS and SIS
  • Safety PLCs & General Purpose PLCs
  • What is Demand?
  • Demand Concept Explained
  • Failure on Demand
  • Concept of PFD
  • Low Demand
  • High Demand
  • Summary
  • Introduction
  • Failures & Reliability
  • Redundancy
  • Internal Redundancy
  • Functional Safety Devices versus Industrial Devices -1
  • Functional Safety Devices versus Industrial Devices -2
  • Types of Failures -Random
  • Types of Failures -Systematic
  • Controlling & Avoiding  Failures
  • Software in SIS
  • Software Failures
  • Types of Failures – Common Cause
  • Types of Failures – Common Mode
  • Redundancy & Diversity-1
  • Dangerous & Safe Failures
  • Example
  • How are failures revealed?
  • Safe Failure Fraction-1
  • Safe Failure Fraction-2
  • SFF Pie Chart
  • No Part & No Effect Failures
  • PFD & PFDavg
  • Safety Systems and Subsystems
  • PFDavg of the System
  • Redundancy & Voting
  • Summary
  • Welcome
  • Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
  • Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
  • SIL 1 to SIL 4 – 1
  • Demand
  • SIL Table for low demand
  • SIL for High Demand
  • SIL for SIF only
  • Example SIL for a SIF
  • Explanation- SIL determination
  • SIL &  RRF
  • What does the PFDavg really mean?
  • Reliability Data
  • Systematic Capability (SC) – 1
  • Systematic Capability (SC) – 2
  • Systematic Capability (SC) – 3
  • Architectural Constraints
  • SIL Study-1
  • SIL Study-2
  • SIL Determination
  • SIL Verification
  • Important Points about SIL
  • Important Points about SIL-2
  • Important Points about SIL-3
  • Important Points about SIL-4
  • Important Points about SIL-5
  • Summary
  • Welcome
  • Why follow standards?
  • Functional Safety Standards
  • Worldwide Standards
  • Industry Standards
  • ISA S84: 2004
  • ISA S84 Grandfather Clause
  • IEC 61508-1
  • IEC 61508-2
  • The Safety Life Cycle Concept
  • Lifecycle Phases-1
  • Lifecycle Phases-2
  • Lifecycle Phases-3
  • Lifecycle Phases-4
  • IEC 61511 & ISA S84
  • Safety Life Cycle in IEC 61511
  • IEC 61511 SLC-1
  • IEC 61511  SLC-2
  • IEC 61511  SLC-2
  • IEC 61511 SLC-3
  • Safety Requirements Specification – 1
  • Safety Requirements Specification – 2
  • Safety Requirements Specification – 3
  • Should we use certified devices? – 1
  • Should we use certified devices? – 2
  • Verification
  • Validation-1
  • Validation-2
  • Summary
  • Welcome
  • Introduction
  • Functional Safety Management (FSM)
  • Functional Safety Management (FSM)
  • Building an FSM System
  • Functional Safety Manager
  • FSM Aspects
  • Setting up & implementing an FSM
  • FSM Documentation
  • FSM & Other Systems
  • Competency & Training
  • Validation and Periodic Proof Tests – 2
  • Validation and Periodic Proof Tests – 2
  • Summary
  • Welcome
  • SIS Cybersecurity
  • Why SIS cybersecurity? Why now?
  • What is the difference between Safety and Security? – 1
  • What is the difference between Safety and Security? – 2
  • What is the difference between Safety and Security? – 3
  • IEC 61508 clauses related to security
  • Interpretation of the Clause
  • IEC 61511 clauses related to cybersecurity – 1
  • IEC 61511 clauses related to cybersecurity – 2
  • IEC 61511 clauses related to cybersecurity – 3
  • Summary
  • Conclusion

The Self Assessment test helps you evaluate yourself before you take the certification exam. It can be considered as a Functional Safety mock test.

Just get this Functional Safety e-learning course today and for a much lesser price that you would be paying for any other course out there!

Note that it includes all the necessary information that you need to know about Functional Safety and SIL including SIL Determination with examples plus cybersecurity aspects of SIS. 

NO classrrom course covers all this at such a low price.

Can I not get this information free from elsewhere?

There is a myth  “Just Google it”

Unfortunately it is not true. If you Google for terms like Functional Safety or SIL or cyber security of SIS,  you are likely to get a large number of related articles, videos, ebooks and other material. It will take you a long time to go through it and at the end of this whole exercise you may

      1.  Not be able to string it all together-most information on the internet is in bits and pieces (although large ones). It is not put out there as a logical construct or in any sequential manner. This is to be expected since it is all from different sources who may have different competencies, different interests and view points.
      2.  Be more confused than what you were before you started searching for it, after wasting several days of your time.
      3. You may not be sure that whatever information you get is current (updated) and authentic. Standards and Practices keep getting updated all the time and you must know the most current ones.
      4. You will not be getting any certificate for your efforts.

Plus you will spend several hours of your time doing all this for zero returns on your investment!

On the other hand, when you take this Abhisam Functional Safety course, you know that

      1.  It is very carefully made, with subject matter experts in the field of FS and SIS, with logical progress from one module to the next.
      2. Utilizes animations and simulations to help you understand concepts real quick. These are not available anywhere else.
      3. Get access to a real life situational videos, that clearly help you understand actual situations in industry.
      4.  Earn a Certificate when you pass the associated exam and also get an electronic badge that can be displayed online on places such as LinkedIn. Get Noticed as an Expert!

Can I not simply buy a book? That will be much cheaper!

Of course, you could always pass this up and decide to go for  buy a book on this topic, but, remember that there are some disadvantages with this approach

      1.  The first is that not a single book is available on the market, that covers all the topics that you need to know. On the other hand, there are a lot of things in every book, that you can safely skip, without missing anything.
      2.  Some of these books may be outdated and obsolete.
      3.  Watching an animated simulation makes you grasp a concept much faster than merely reading about it.
      4.  Finally, nobody gives you a certificate if you simply read a book!

 

What does the $7 trial include?

The $7 trial includes trial access to ALL the courses in the Abhisam Catalog for a limited time.

After the trial is over you can choose to either buy an individual course OR subscribe to the GOLD or PLATINUM membership plans.

Your card will not be billed automatically.

 

Which versions are available?

This course is available as either stand alone (select the Standard version above) or as part of the Abhisam GOLD membership level.

The Standard version allows you to access the course online from any device (PC/tablet/smartphone) that has an internet connection and a browser that supports HTML 5 (such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera, etc). You can access the course for a period of one year, within which you need to take the exam to earn a Certificate (electronic). You will also earn an electronic badge that can be displayed online on LinkedIn and similar portals.

 

What is the Abhisam GOLD membership?

When you subscribe to the Abhisam GOLD membership, you get access to all the courses in the Abhisam Catalog, by paying just one low monthly subscription. You can also get a free certification exam every month. If you are interested in taking a bunch of courses, then the GOLD membership gives you an affordable plan to do this. This is available to individuals only.

 

What is the Abhisam Platinum membership?

This is meant for organizations with multiple learners. When you subscribe to the Abhisam Platinum membership, your learners get access to all the courses in the Abhisam Catalog, by paying just one low Enterprise yearly subscription. You can also get a free certification exam every month.  Additionally you also get a Dashboard where your Training Manager can see the progress of the learners, such as learner module completion, login times, test scores, etc.

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