Module 3: Development and Assessment of safety-related Hardware for ISO 26262 2nd Ed. Part 5, 8, 9, 11 Training

Learn the necessary individual processes and activities that are critical for hardware development

Course Description

Our ISO 26262 2nd Ed. Module 3, Development and Assessment of safety-relevant Hardware", is a full-day training course providing an introduction to the requirements in Sections 5, 8 and 9 of the standard. The requirements for safety-related hardware development are presented and complemented with the help of an exercise on creating the FMEDA hardware fault tolerance metric. You learn the necessary individual processes and activities that are critical for hardware development. Module 3 is aimed particularly at those with responsibility for producing and processing hardware and software development projects as well as all users of ISO 26262. After completing this course, participants are familiar with the key connections between system development, hardware development and software development from the perspective of the vendor responsible for hardware supply.

Course Benefits

  • Enhance your efficiency - with training courses linking theory with practical experience in the area of functional safety.
  • Minimize risks - by keeping your employees up to date with regard to standards and regulations in science and technology, thus enabling them to identify problems before your operations are affected. Avoid product recalls and loss of reputation by applying an optimized tailored process.
  • Gain competitive edge - by applying your knowledge of the diverse roles throughout the safety life-cycle, in order to develop the best solutions for you and your customers

Who Will Benefit?

Safety managers, software developers, hardware developers, 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.

Course Agenda

  • Overview, scope and content of ISO 26262-5
  • Terms and definitions
  • Introduction of product development at hardware level
  • Consideration of hardware safety requirements
  • Different topics regarding hardware design
  • Quantitative hardware requirements
  • Exercise FMEDA
  • Integration and testing requirements
  • Introduction Part 11

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  • FAQs

    All training courses can be ordered as individual modules or in combination as a package. We can also offer these modules as in-house training courses on site at your company.

    This page outlines the training modules you can register for as well as a description of the three different certification Levels you can achieve. By attending modules and passing the requisite examinations you can obtain the following titles. Regarding our FSCP Functional Safety Certification Program you can become a:

    Functional Safety Engineer – a beginner level exam, Modules 1 - 4 highly recommended.

    Functional Safety Professional – an intermediate level exam requiring a minimum of 6 years of experience, Modules 1 - 4 recommended.

    Functional Safety Expert – an expert level exam requiring 10 yrs experience, Modules 1 - 4 recommended.

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