virtual training schedule
- 28th - 31st October 2020 (4 days): Functional Safety in accordance with EN 5012x; Certification: FSCP Level - 1 Functional Safety Engineer in accordance with EN 5012x
ABOUT THE COURSE
The companies operating in the Rail sector are responsible for reducing safety risks to as acceptance level, including hazards caused by the malfunctions of the complex systems. Our training course modules introduce you to the processes necessary for your role in the safety life cycle. You are familiarized with the individual topics with the help of practical examples.
This course has the objective of training participants in the basic principles of Functional Safety and advancing their expertise in the rail-related technical standards of Functional Safety
Our rail training course modulesintroduce you to the processes necessary for your role in the safety life cycle. You are familiarized with the individual topics with the help of practical examples. All training course modules adopt a situation-based approach to the role of supporting processes and the resulting deliverables. Explanations of the necessary work products and appropriate treatment of safety plans are naturally an integral part of all modules.
FUNCTIONAL SAFETY IN THE RAIL INDUSTRY TRAINING PROGRAMS
- EN 50126 (IEC 62278) - RAMS(Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety
- EN 50129 (IEC 62425) - Railway Applications : Safety related to electronic system for Signalling
- EN 50128 (IEC 62279) - Railway Application: Software for Control and Protection System
- EN 50657 - Rolling stock applications - Software on board of rolling stock excluding railway control and protection applications
- Functional Safety Certification Program (FSCP) in accordance with EN 5012x standard
Based on years of practical experience in the field of Functional Safety and participation in relevant standardization committees we impart you with the required knowledge relating to the existing EN 5012X standard for safety-relevant electrical / electronic systems. The first three days are classroom setting instruction that provide detailed information and example / discussion for understanding and mastering the requirements of EN 5012X functional safety. Evening study time and problem solving is recommended. The fourth day consists of a two-part examination.