The more complex the technology, the greater the need for functional safety experts. But the question is – who is a functional safety expert?
ISO 26262 can help, but does not have a definitive answer to this question. On the one hand it demands that only experts assess or manage Functional Safety but on the other it does not specify any of the prerequisites to be met by someone who may be considered an expert.
SGS-TÜV Saar, as an accredited services provider, now offers you the opportunity to train and qualify personnel in ISO 26262, including certification as an Automotive Functional Safety Professional (AFSP).
As an individual, holding this qualification can justify or even increase your market value. As a business, you have the opportunity to have your staff qualified by an independent party and to secure this technical knowledge for the long term.
Training agenda (4 days)
Day One: Introduction, Overview and Risk Assessment
- Introduction to Functional Safety
- Introduction to ISO 26262 and its legal consequences
- Installation of functional safety management at company/department level
- Overview of the additional development steps to be installed
- Introduction to the training example and initiation of an example development project
- Methodology of Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment (HARA)
- HARA for the training example in an exercise
Day Two: Preparation of Safety Concepts
- Parameters for the Functional Safety Concept (FSC)
- Step by step exercise to prepare the FSC in an example project
- Derivation of a preliminary technical design
- Derivation of technical safety requirements and refinement to a save system design
- Preparation of the Technical Safety Concept (TSC)
- The role of safety analysis (FMEA, FTA)
- Refinement of the training example
Day Three: Safety Related Hardware and Software Development
- Allocation of technical safety requirements to hardware and software development
- Theory of probabilistic safety analysis at hardware level
- Step by step example to evaluate the probabilistic hardware metrics
- Example calculation of SPFM, LFM and PMHF
- Alternative “Method 2”
- Introduction into the software safety life cycle
- Interpretation of the required methods and techniques according ISO 26262-6
Day Four: Supporting Processes
- Overview of the additional supporting processes as extensions of existing structures
- Confidence in the use of SW-tools
- Exercise in SW-tool qualification
- Wrap up and discussion of all parts of the training
- AFSP-Certification (2h)
- 2-hour written exam in the afternoon of the fourth day
- A passed exam confers the title AFSP (Automotive Functional safety Professional)
Safety Managers and electronic developers automotive industry.
INR 200000, USD 3,129
Early bird discount: 10% applicable when booking six weeks before training event
Discount: 10% for more than three enrolments from the same organization
21.08.2017 - 24.08.2017
06.11.2017 - 09.11.2017
In India, cities to be decided. All training is conducted in English.
For further information, please contact:
SGS India Pvt. Ltd.
Consumer Goods and Retail
m: +91 7276855203