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Two-Day Course On SIL Training for Team Members - A Practical Approach
Venue: Wisma IEM, 02- C&S Lecture Room, Second Floor, 03- TUS Lecture Room, Second Floor
Date & Time: 12 Jan 2016 to 13 Jan 2016 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
CPD/PDP: 13
Closing Date Before: 09-Jan-2016 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)
Organised By Technical Division - Chemical Engineering

SYNOPSIS

SIL
In the Layer of Protection methodology, a layer of protection designed to eliminate cause of risk or minimize the consequence of an event is the Safety Instrumented Function (SIF). The expectation of the SIF’s reliability to perform upon demand must be defined so that it is designed appropriately. The Safety Integrity Level (SIL) study is a tool used this.

Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA) is a semi-quantitative risk analysis technique. It is more rigorous than a HAZOP but less time-intensive than a quantitative risk assessment (QRA). LOPA evaluates risks by orders of magnitude of selected accident scenarios and builds on information developed in qualitative hazard evaluation.

This full day course is designed to educate participants in the SIL process from the perspective of a SIL team member. It is meant to provide both instruction and workshop sessions so that the participants:
•    Are familiar with the concept of ‘risk’
•    Are familiar with the theory behind Layers of Protection and SIF
•    Are familiar with the different SIL methodologies: risk graph, risk matrix, LOPA.
•    Have expectations as to what the SIL workshop will (and won’t provide)
•    Understand what deliverables can be expected from a SIL workshop.
•    Have the opportunity to participate in SIL exercise in a safe environment.
•    Opportunity to share SIL experiences.

At the end of the session, the participants should:
•    Understand the responsibilities of all parties in the SIL.
•    Have experience in a SIL session.
•    Understand the outcomes from a SIL session.


BIODATA OF SPEAKERS          
                                          
Ir. Razmahwata has 19 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, in both design and operations. He joined ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc shortly after graduation in 1995. In 1998, he was reassigned to EMEPMI’s operations department. His responsibility was to provide technical support to an offshore production facility. His tasks were varied, included troubleshooting day to day challenges, managing retrofit projects, and leading safety cases. He was made the Company’s custody metering engineer in 2001, charged with leading the exercise to ensure the Company compliance with industry and company specifications was enhanced. He was involved in a number of management level committees. Whilst in Poyry, Ir. Razmahwata has been a Senior Process Engineer for SembCorp’s Betara project. He was on secondment to Talisman Malaysia, supporting preliminary work on their Bunga Raya CO2 removal system and authored a mercury management plan. He was seconded as a Senior Process Engineer at Ranhill-Worley, and subsequently provided project management support to Conocophillips Indonesia’s (COPI) Singapore Onshore Facilities. He managed the preparation of an operating manual set for Shell Sarawak and lead COPI in compiling a site training program. He has also led Exxonmobil’s effort in the upgrading the custody transfer management processes. He has HAZOP leadership experience on offshore facilities. He has recently worked on a secondment providing detailed design services to a tanker to FPSO conversion project in Singapore. He supported ExxonMobil in developing measurement manuals, and leading an exercise to validate 59,000 line items. He is currently the Lead Engineer of IGL Services Sdn Bhd.


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Member Type Normal Rate
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Online Rate
(RM)
DISTINGUISHED HONORARY FELLOW 1000.00 950.00
HONORARY FELLOW 1000.00 950.00
FELLOW 1000.00 950.00
DISTINGUISHED MEMBER 1000.00 950.00
SENIOR MEMBER 1000.00 950.00
MEMBER 1000.00 950.00
HONORARY MEMBER 1000.00 950.00
COMPANION 1000.00 950.00
GRADUATE 1000.00 950.00
INCORPORATED MEMBER 1000.00 950.00
AFFILIATE 1000.00 950.00
ASSOCIATE MEMBER 1000.00 950.00
STUDENT 380.00 300.00
Non IEM Member 1250.00 1200.00

Rate stated does not include 6% SST


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