Read the revision guide and familiarise yourself with the terms and definitions before attending the course.
Be prepared to study
Ensure revision guide is read thoroughly several times prior to attending. Ideally over a few weeks.
Go for it!
The course is the only way to understand what you need to do.
Read the standards before attending
Good idea! intensive course with a lot of material
Yes it is very good
Revise - prepare prior to attending
This is a complicated subject!
Plenty of grit and determination
Very informative and will help with focusing on compliance with IEC 61511
Have a basic understanding of Functional Safety. Perhaps even attempt to go through the standards 61508 / 61511.
You need to be 'exposed' to the concepts for a number of years beforehand.
They should attend the course as they will learn new important information regarding FS.
Have experience in SIF's
Very good course, will give you what is required to understand and use functional safety within your business.
It gives a good overall knowledge of 61511 and the tutor makes it understandable and relevant
I learnt that upstream project activities / process safety deliverables are functional safety critical
I would recommend this course
The course has delivered a step change in my knowledge and understanding of F.S.
Course could be longer (say 5 days)
Highly recommend for EC&I leaders of any site
Worthwhile and informative
learnt a lot and am more confident of answering functional safety questions from the knowledge gained.
Good practical examples
Course is insight to best practice. Dil Wetherill is expert in Functional Safety.
Very good content, highly recommended
I would recommend
More links to the actual clauses in the standard please
Will be recommending to others, definitely
Well worth the time and effort in continuing CPD and getting certified
...a much better understanding of requirements personal versus company / management and direction.
Go for it
Good well structured, relevant material. Some calculatoions of PFD would be useful.
Course material is good and comprehensive
I would recommend the course but would warn that an understanding of some terminology and base concepts is recommended