Live webinars

GM International offers every week Live Webinars to deepen a specific topic related to safety. Each live webinar is designed to transfer skills, technical updates, and practical experiences and then, you can ask for more information directly to our experts too! At the registration step remember to enter your questions and topics of interest in the form: they will be answered and discussed during the webinar. Participation is free upon registration. Attend our webinars and increase your competence by connecting from your PC or smartphone remotely. Find out which topics are the most interesting for you and join us. What are you waiting for? Discover all planned webinars!

Upcoming webinars

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Past webinars

All past webinars are available for viewing on our Youtube channel at this link.

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2021-10-20 15:0060 minSRS (Safety Requirement Specifications), how define a safety loop?In this webinar we will explain information which is needed to describe a safety instrumented function (SIF).
2021-11-04 06:0060 minA review of the latest IEC 60079 and 80079This webinar will review the relevant IEC standards for hazardous locations and equipment and highlight what is in these standards that everyone involved in Ex should be aware of.
2021-11-24 09:0060 minFunctional Safety Assessments (FSA)In this webinar we will explain the importance of the normative requirement to carry out FSA in stage 1-2-3-4 & 5 for both the design teams and the end users during the operation and maintenance phases.
2021-12-01 16:0060 minESD and Fire& Gas Applications SIL3 Smart Relays extend the PLC diagnostic along the whole loopGMI experience on Process Safety is strengthened through different applications with most important PLC. Our Smart Relays grant a complete monitoring both for NE (ESD) and ND (F&G) loads at SIL3 level.
2021-12-16 17:0060 minSafety ManualIn this webinar we will explain you the difference between the IEC61508 normative Safety Manual of a product versus the normative Functional Safety Manual of the IEC61511 on system level.