Functional safety in process industries - Presented in French.

Sponsored by: Endress+Hauser

Focused on:

  • Process
  • Safety

Date: 28 September


Time: 3PM London/4PM Paris

Profit from Endress+Hauser’s expertise in process safety


Process safety concerns everyone! In particular in the chemical and oil & gas industries, where wrong instrument applied to the wrong application can have severe consequences for the people around you and the environment. Standards IEC 61508 and 61511 are the basis for functional safety loops.

Endress+Hauser provides you with comprehensive information about safety instrumented systems. We not only offer you a rich portfolio of SIL certified products, but also support you with expertise.

Inform yourself about topics such as overfill prevention, our approach to safety by design, and our maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) services.

This webinar will be conducted in French and will go through:

• Characteristics of a SIL sensor
• Important parameters of SIL certified product
• Management and checking of a safety loop

Register now to learn more about process safety by Endress+Hauser

Presented by

Olivier Aubry,

Head of Marketing Process Industries

After studying Chemical Physics associated with a training in marketing, Olivier started his professional career in measures in radiation protection. He joined Endress+Hauser about 27 years ago as a Product Manager for level measurement products. After 8 years of product marketing, he took over the responsibility of industry marketing having successively the Chemical market leadership responsibilities followed by the Oil & Gas industry.

To date, Olivier is the Safety Expert at Endress+Hauser France and was granted with the SIL certification as well as his team in order to better understand our customers prerogatives.

Key Learning Objectives

  • How to reduce risks with SIS
  • How to separate process instrumentation from safety instrumentation according to IEC61511
  • Know the main characteristics of a SIL sensor
  • How to manage redundancy: homogeneous or heterogeneous


  • Safety Manager
  • HSE Manager
  • Engineer Design Office
  • Maintenance Manager
  • Head of site
  • Technical Director
  • General Manager
  • Operations Manager