Essential “Must Know” issues in applying IEC 61508 and IEC 61511

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The speakers were spot on with lots of relevant information on the way forward in Functional Safety

Great event, many thanks for putting it on (seminar "How does IEC61508 and IEC61511 compliance affect you?"). 61511 edition 2 changes & HSE delivery guides were most useful to me

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Engineering Safety Consultants (ESC) Ltd is running a series of complementary UK seminars covering essential “Must Know” issues in applying IEC 61508 and IEC 61511.

The next seminars takes place in Humberside (HCF CATCH, Stallingborough) on 4th May 2017 and at the Centre, Warrington on 25th May 2017.  They will provide a practical review of compliance and associated challenges affecting end-users, system integrators and system designers including discussion on IEC 61511:2016.

Further details in the below and downloadable in the attached PDFs:

Essential Must Know issues in applying IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 - Seminars 2017

Essential Must Know issues in applying IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 – Functional Safety Seminars 2017

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Speakers

The Essential “Must Know” issues in applying IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 seminar will cover

  • Update of IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 standards – covering the proposed revision
    of IEC 61508:2010 and the Amendment to IEC 61511:2016
  • Failure Data – Sources, Collection, Evaluation and the emphasis on IEC 61511: 2016 of justified reliability data
  • Prior Use – is it just about failure data collection?
  • Management of Functional Safety – including the recently updated IET
    “Code of Practice:Competence for Safety-Related Systems Practitioners”

Refreshments will be provided during the presentations with a networking lunch after the presentations.

Previous Seminars

Check out videos of Ron Bell presenting at the first seminar in Stallingborough

And photos from the day (click for full size image)

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