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Auditing to ISO 26262:2018 Functional Safety Management Systems Standards

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Seminar Content

This five-day course is designed to provide the skills required to audit ISO 26262 Functional Safety Requirements as a stand- alone and integrated system. This class will give you the information to Plan, Conduct and Report audit activities for ISO 26262:2018.

ISO 26262 is the Functional Safety standard that is applied to Safety Related Systems that include electric/electronic systems installed in production passenger vehicles. The course combines presentations with hands-on work and is conducted in English.

Who Should Attend

Functional Safety Managers, Product Development Managers, Functional Safety implementation leaders and team including Senior Management interested in getting an in-depth understanding of ISO 26262 and Functional Safety Management System.

Recommended Training and/or Experience

Participants should be involved in or aware of software and hardware development as it relates to the motor vehicle industry.

Seminar Materials

Each participant will receive a seminar manual including case studies.

Seminar Goals

  • Identify key definitions, ideas and principles of ISO 26262
  • Assess HARA, ASIL, Safety Goals, Safety Plan and Safety Requirements
  • Evaluate a Safety Plan and Safety Case
  • Evaluate a confirmation measures program
  • Evaluate Functional Safety Concept (FSC) and a related Technical Safety Concept (TSC)
  • Evaluate associated test plans against ASIL using the correct tables
  • Evaluate Control Measures in manufacturing
  • Evaluate a Distributed Interface Agreement (DIA)
  • Evaluate a Software and Hardware product qualification
  • Evaluate a Decomposition and Independence
  • Evaluate Safety Evaluations – DFMEA and Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Evaluate Safety Metrics in Hardware and Software

Seminar Agenda

  • Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview to ISO 26262
    • Explaining the V Cycle
    • Interdependency Between System, Hardware and Software
  • Chapter 2: Setting up the Project and Associated Safety Plan
    • Impact at the Item and Element Levels
    • Safety Element out of Context (SEooC)
    • Breakout Exercise 1: Evaluate a Safety Plan
  • Chapter 3: What are Safety Goals, FSR, FSC, TSR, TSC, HW and SW SRs?
    • Relationship With and Among Safety Architecture
    • Breakout Exercise 2: Evaluate Flow Down of Requirements
  • Chapter 4: Achieving Safety Goals, FSR, FSC, TSR, TSC, HW and SW SRs
    • Safety Strategies, Measures and Mechanisms (Diagnostics)
    • Breakout Exercise 3: Evaluate Functional Safety Implementation
  • Chapter 5: Decomposition and Dependent Failure Analysis
    • Breakout Exercise 4: Evaluate Validity of a Decomposition
  • Chapter 6: Verifying FSR, FSC, TSR, TSC, HW and SW SRs to Specifications (Test Plans)
    • Breakout Exercise 5: Evaluate Test Plan for HW Part, Unit SW, Item Integration
  • Chapter 7: Safety Analysis including Safety Evaluations and Metrics
    • Breakout Exercise 6: Evaluate HW DFMEA, SW DFMEA, FMEDA and HW Metrics, SW Metrics, FTA
  • Chapter 8: Safety Case and Release to Serial Production
    • Breakout Exercise 7: Evaluate Safety Case
  • Chapter 9: Control Measures in Manufacturing and in the Field
    • Breakout Exercise 8: Evaluate Process Flow and Control Plan Link to ASILs
  • Chapter 10: Distributed Interface Agreement
  • Chapter 11: Management of Safety Reviews, Audits and Assessments


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