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Why do we need Safety Requirements Specification (SRS) in the process industry?

Complimentary Webinar

Webinar Details:

Topic: Why do we need Safety Requirements Specification (SRS) in the process industry?

Day: Thursday

Date: 15th Oct’20

Time: 12 Noon IST

Duration: 1 Hour

Speakers: Mr. Akhilesh Shah and Mr. Mohan Limaye

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INTRODUCTION

The continual development of new technologies and extended functionalities in the process industry, have led to the need and development of more safety in relevant electronic systems. Today, not only the number of electronic components and systems are increasing, but their complexity and safety requirements have also gone up. IEC 61511, which puts forth the practices in the engineering of system, ensures safety of an industrial process through the use of instrumentation. Such systems are referred to as Safety Instrumented Systems.

In this complimentary webinar, TÜV SÜD’s experts will discuss on this fundamental document which acts as a thread and connects all stakeholders involved in the functional safety design, engineering, development and O&M. Post their presentation, the experts will address your queries and concerns in this regard during the Q&A round.

POINTS TO BE COVERED

  1. What is SRS?
  2. How does it help you?
  3. What does IEC tell you about it?
  4. How the stakeholders read it?
  5. How it is lifelong companion for the users?

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Control engineers, Safety engineers, System integrators, EPCs, Managers of engineering departments, Sales representatives for safety, products, systems and services, Sales engineers and managers and Marketing specialists

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BUSINESS BENEFITS

  • Gain insights - about the increasing complexities and safety requirements in the process industry
  • Increase the confidence of your stakeholders – by understanding and implementing safety measures in relevant electronic systems

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