Functional Safety Automotive training is a four-day training & certification course hosted in partnership with SGS-TÜV.
Introduction & Overview of ISO 26262
Day 1 training wil address introductory topics Functional Safety Management and Risk Assessment. Methodologies of Hazard Analaysis and Risk Assessment (HARA) are discussed in detail, including worked examples.
- Introduction to Functional Safety
- ISO 26262 & its Legal Consequences
- Functional Safety Management
- Overview of Additional Supporting Processes
- Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment (HARA)
- HARA Training Exercise
Day 2 training addresses the functional & technical safety concept as well as system design. In addition, issues relating to safety analysis and concept verification are presented with examples.
- Deriving the Functional Safety Concept (FSC)
- FSC Training Exercise
- Deriving the Technical Safety Concept (TSC)
- System Level Safety Analysis: FMEA & FTA
- Development of System Design
Hardware & Software Development
ISO 26262 defines a specific approach to hardware and software development. The detailed requirements for hardware and software are presented in depth, along with implementation strategies for engineers.
- Allocation of Technical Safety Requirements
- Theory of Probabilistic Safety Analysis for Hardware
- Hardware Metrics: SPFM, LFM and PMHF
- Introduction to the Software Safety Lifecycle
- Techniques According to ISO 26262, Part 6
Supporting Processes & Optional AFSP Personal Certification Exam
On the morning of Day 4 training, kVA will present critical supporting processes including tool qualification, component qualification, and freedom-from-interference guidelines. In the afternoon participants have the option to achieve AFSP “Automotive Functional Safety Professional” qualification. This two hour written exam consists of both multiple-choice and essay-style questions.
- Confidence in the Use of Software Tools
- Software Tool Qualification Exercise
- Wrap-Up and Discussion
- Optional AFSP Personal Certification Exam