ISO 26262 projects and lifecycle primarily focusing on the development of programmable electronic safety systems
Module 2: From Risk Analysis to System Design for ISO 26262 2nd Edition focuses on Part 3 (Concept phase), Part 4 (Product development at the system level), clauses of Part 8 (Supporting processes) and Part 9 (ASIL-oriented and safety-oriented analyses).
Module 2 is primarily aimed at those with responsibility for producing and processing functional safety, concept and system development projects and for all users of ISO 26262. In the course and the practical exercises in small groups, these participants are familiarized with the principles of drawing up hazard and risk analyses and deriving safety goals and parameters and using them as a basis for designing a Functional Safety concept. In addition, they receive an introduction to system requirement specifications and are taught how a technical safety concept is developed in the system phase. You learn about the special features of the various roles, such as OEM, Tier 1 and Tier 2, and about the practical relevance for the automotive industry in this system phase. After completing this module, participants are familiar with the main steps in concept and system development as per ISO 26262 and the preconditions that must be established for the phases of hardware and software development.
Safety managers, software developers, hardware developers, project leaders, quality representatives, test engineers and all who are involved in ISO 26262 projects and lifecycle primarily focusing on the development of programmable electronic safety systems and aiming to implement their developments on the basis of the recognized international standard ISO 26262 2nd Edition.