1-Day Training Course
This course provides training in setting up a system of procedures to manage the functional safety related activities within an organisation (FSM).
The course covers the generic aspects from IEC 61508 that apply to all organisations, such as defining the right policies, roles and responsibilities, supplier assessments, modification, functional safety assessment, etc. A key topic is competence and how to define the requirements, allocate staff and assess competence in order to maintain records.
The course also covers identifying procedures to cover the specific technical activities that the organisation deals with. The example shown overleaf is for the realisation phase from IEC 61508-2 covering the procedures from requirements definition through the development activities, verification and validation.
The relationship between the ISO 9001 Quality Management System and Functional Safety Management is explained and how these can be combined for an efficient set of management procedures.
The course is intended for those who are already familiar with functional safety principles but who are concerned with developing company-wide procedures for functional safety activities and/or for staff who need to understand the implications of FSM on their roles and responsibilities.
Participants gain a thorough understanding of the scope of Functional Safety Management from IEC 61508 and related standards and will be equipped to develop the detailed procedures for their organisation.
Manuals based on the lecture slides are provided together with example procedures, templates, process diagrams and documentation maps. Example documents can be provided in electronic format for maximum benefit.
Training Course Outline
* the topics shown above cover the realisation lifecycle but other lifecycle phases can be covered instead
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