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The full course on Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) and Emergency Shutdown (ESD), in accordance with the IEC 61511 and IEC 61508 standards and boiler/gas turbine control safety instrumented systems, consists of 19 training modules. This document refers to the 5th training module only, Risk Reduction. Specific topics covered include:

* Risk Management
* Assessing Risk
* Tolerable Risk

Upon the successful completion of the full SIS/ESD course (all 19 modules), you will be able to:

* Apply a comprehensive knowledge in safety instrumented systems (SIS) and emergency shutdown in accordance with the IEC 61511 and IEC 61508 standards and boiler/gas turbine control safety instrumented systems
* Differentiate safety instrumented systems, control system, and ESD system
* Review the concepts and requirements of IEC 61511 and IEC 61508 standards
* Determine the safety integrity level (SIL), as well as recognize technology choices and reliability analysis
* Perform proper initial system evaluation and discuss the issues related to field devices
* Explain safety systems engineering and carryout system installation covering factor acceptance testing, validation, site acceptance tests, functional safety assessment, pre-start-up safety review, handover to operations, start-up, and post start-up activities
* Recognize the need for functional testing and define hazards and risks
* Illustrate SIS design for gas turbines, gas compressors, and gas stations, as well as SIS design for waste heat boilers

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