SIS-TECH has the expertise and we love to share our knowledge. Our instructors were there when the standards were written. No one had to teach us about them. We chaired, wrote, contributed, and peer reviewed more than 30 books, standards and recommended practices for API, ASME, CCPS, IEC, ISA, ISO, and NFPA. We explain the underlying intent of the requirements in the industry practices, share war stories and shed light on a practical path to compliance.
Our training center was chosen by the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center to teach the first SIS course offered independently of ISA in the late 1990s. Now, we offer multiple process safety courses for the center. Our TÜV Rheinland FS Engineer certification program and Instrument Technology courses debuted in 2012. Our TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Engineer program is one of the best in the world. It covers more than IEC 61511 and IEC 61508. It starts with the CCPS framework of process safety and then works its way through how to approach the design and management of safety systems in a cost effective and sustainable manner. Whether you need professional development credit or to gain a new skill, we have a course to meet your needs.
SIS-TECH takes a unique approach. You can trust that we don’t just quote the standards; we explain the intent of the requirements. We bring real world examples into the classroom, sharing war stories and lessons learned. We help you avoid the mistakes that others have made and put you a step ahead of the game.
|Process Hazards Analysis (PHA)||2 Days||$990||TBA|
|Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)||2 Days||$990||
Oct 2-3, 2018
|SIL Solver Course- Software Tool||1 Day||$500||
Nov 16, 2018
|Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Verification||2 Days||$990||
Nov 14-15, 2018
|Safety Instrumented System (SIS) Implementation||3 Days||$1,485||
|TÜV Functional Safety Engineer- Certification||4 Days||$2,950||
Nov 27-30, 2018
|Instrumentation Technology||3 Days||$1,350||
Nov 6-8, 2018
SIS-TECH is a Course Instructor and member of the Technical Advisory Committee at the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center at Texas A & M University.