ISO-26262 Functional Safety Red Belt Certification

The Automotive functional safety ISO 26262 is the state of the art for automotive safety domain therefore it includes the safety requirements which shall be applied during the development of a safety critical product, tool or processes. The competence management clause of ISO 26262 requires that the organisation shall ensure that the persons involved in the execution of the safety lifecycle have a sufficient level of skills, competences and qualifications corresponding to their responsibilities. This course provides a general overview on the structure and principle of the standard and its requirements.

You can find below the full training program and the agenda, including location by city/country and dates.

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Program

Our course is structured based on a top-down approach allowing trainees to book one or multiple days tailored to your needs. However, the exam given the fifth day requires that all training days (1-to-4) have been followed by the trainee.

Day 1 – ISO-26262 Overview, management and concept phase of FuSa according to part 1,2,3,8,9,10

  1. Introduction to ISO 26262 and its scope
  2. Rigor of standards and State of the art
  3. Safety Culture
  4. Overall Safety Management and supplier/customer management
  5. Functional Safety Management during development
  6. Tool qualification
  7. Concept Phase of Safety development
  8. Hazard Analysis & Risk Analysis (HARA)
  9. Identification of Functional Safety Requirements from safety Goal & ASIL decomposition
  10. Functional Safety Concept
  11. ASIL Decomposition

 

Day 2 – ISO-26262 Safety development at system and HW level, production and operation

  1. Specification of the Technical Safety Requirements
  2. Technical Safety Concept Methodology (ASIL decomposition, TSR allocation)
  3. Principles for system architectural design
  4. System and hardware testing and verification
  5. Safety Validation
  6. Functional Safety Assessment
  7. Production of a safety product
  8. Specification of HW Safety Requirements
  9. Principles for HW architectural design (structure, independence)

Day 3 – ISO-26262 Safety design at HW level, HW safety analysis and safety element out of context

  1. Introduction to safety analysis
  2. Different types of FMEA
  3. Diagnostic Coverage & HW Test concept
  4. Failure modes of HW elements
  5. Calculation of Hardware metrics SPFM, LFM, PMHF
  6. FMEDA (Failure Mode and Effect and Diagnostic Analysis)
  7. Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  8. Development of a hardware component as a safety element out of context

Day 4 – ISO-26262 Safety developement at SW level, SW safety and dependant failure analysis

  1. Product development at the software level
  2. Specification of Software Requirements
  3. Software Architectural Design and Pattern
  4. SW Safety Mechanisms
  5. Dependent failure analysis (Memory, Timing, Execution, Exchange of Information)
  6. Software Unit Verification, integration
  7. Calibration and Configuration
  8. Proven-In-Use Argument
  9. Qualification of software components

Agenda

Multi-locations

Slot 1 – Fribourg (CH): 

  • Where: Route de l’Ancienne Papeterie 106, 1723 Marly
  • When: from 11.03.2019 to 15.03.2019
  • Language: English

Slot 2 – Zurich (CH): 

  • Where: Zurich (location to be communicated later)
  • When: from 08.04.2019 to 12.04.2019
  • Language: English

Slot 3 – Genève (CH): 

  • Where: Genève(location to be communicated later)
  • When: from 13.05.2019 to 17.05.2019
  • Language: French

 

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