Functional Safety / Control Integrity Seminars
Introduction to Functional Safety Standards
The functional safety of control systems is one of the buzz subjects currently within machinery safety, with debates on the relative importance of circuit architecture, selection of components and the safety integrity of components and systems.
The original standard for safety control systems, EN 954-1, is being removed at the end of 2011. It’s replacement, EN ISO 13849-1, combines the circuit architecture concepts of EN 954-1 and the safety integrity principles of IEC 61508, and some argue that an already complicated subject has now been made unnecessarily complex.
This seminar will give a practical approach to using EN ISO 13849-1 and show the benefits of using freely available software tools.
Functional Safety / Control Integrity Seminar Information:
This one-day seminar provides an overview of the standards and how to apply them.
Subjects covered include:-
- EN ISO 13849-1
- Identify Safety Functions
- Define Performance Level
- Architecture and Categories
- Mean Time to failure
- Diagnostic Coverage
- Common Cause Failures
- Case Study
1st Delegate @ £395 +VAT
Subsequent Delegates @ £350 each +VAT
Special rates available for PPMA members
10:00am Introduction / Seminar Start
2:00pm Seminar continues
3:30pm Seminar continues