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Functional Safety and Hazard Analysis Training Course

Functional Safety and Hazard Analysis covers overall safety and hazard analysis depending on a system or equipment operating correctly in response to its inputs. Learn ow to address Functional safety and hazards and carry out and the level of performance required of each safety function to meet the expectations and requirements.

Functional safety need defined processes, hazard free and certified sub-systems and components. Learn the role of  active and passive systems in Functional safety and Hazard analysis including  safety-related system comprises for equipment,  hardware, software and human elements.

Safety and Hazard analysis practices are becoming more regulated and standardized practices for designing and testing equipment and products such as ISO 26262 addresses t issues with safety critical components. ISO 26262 is a derivative of IEC 61508, the generic functional safety standard for electrical and electronic (E/E) systems.

 IEC 61508-4 defines E/E/PE ratings or electrical/electronic/programmable electronic.as based on electrical and/or electronic and/or programmable electronic technology.

CENELEC , European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization provides a process to implement a consistent approach to the management RAMS for the railway industry.

Safety and Hazard analysis training covers all the requirements for standards dealing with functional safety of electrical/electronic and programmable electronic systems and details safety integrity levels, the safety lifecycle and many other requirements needed to ensure functional safety including: requirements, project implications, maintenance/operational implications, Checklists, and best practices.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the attendees will:

  • Understand the scope and general requirements for Functional safety and hazard analysis
  • Get familiar with IEC 61508, ISO 26262, and CENELEC (European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization): CENELEC – EN 61508-7
  • List safety and hazard requirements in your product/system lifecycle
  • Understand how to apply the safety and hazard analysis at a program or project level.
  • Understand the basic requirements for product development.
  • Understand hardware/software/human requirements, test and veriication requirements and documentation requirements.
  • Understand the concepts of FMEDA ( Failure Modes Effects and Diagnostics Analysis) and probabilistic hardware analysis

Who Should Attend

  • Project Managers
  • Product Managers
  • Control Engineers
  • Safety Engineers
  • Risk Analysts
  • Safety Equipment Development Engineers
  • Hardware Engineers
  • Software Engineers
  • Testing and Verification Engineers

Course Topics

Functional Safety 101

  • General requirements of Functional safety
  • Requirements for electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems
  • Software requirements
  • Assessing Safety Integrity Levels (SIL)
  • Examples of methods for the determination of safety integrity levels
  • Guidelines on the application of IEC 61508-2 and IEC 61508-3
  • Guidelines on the application of CENELEC
  • Overview of techniques and measures
  • Operations and compliance The right know-how and appropriate software tools
  • Functional Safety 101
  • Safety versus reliability
  • Safety versus security
  • Ensuring safety by improving reliability
  • Safety assessment methodology
  • Identification of potential failures
  • Identification of hazards
  • Assessment of hazard severity
  • Specification of safety objectives
  • Identification of safety requirements
  • System overview
  • System mission
  • System boundaries
  • Concept of operations and its impact on exposure time
  • Operational hazard assessment
  • Safety assessment
  • Hazard and risk analysis
  • When is a Functional Safety Analysis Performed?
  • Functional Safety Analysis Inputs, Process, Techniques and Output

Hazard Analysis 101

  • Hazards and hazard analysis
  • Hazards and risk
  • Process used to assess risk
  • potential condition and exists or not
  • identification of different type of hazards
  • Events and conditions
  • Severity
  • Likelihood of occurrence
  • Hazard analysis principles
  • Component of risk assessment
  • Hazard Analysis and FMEA/FMECA
  • Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis
  • Primarily qualitative approaches
  • Hazard Analysis Objectives
  • When is a Hazard Analysis Performed?
  • Preliminary Hazard Analysis Objectives and Non-objectives
  • Hazard Analysis Inputs, Process, Techniques and Output
  • Methodological support reduces subjectivity
  • Fault tress
  • Cause consequence analysis
  • HAZOPS
  • Failure Modes, Effects, & Diagnostic Analysis (FMEDA)
  • Control Hazard and Operability Study (CHAZOP)
  • Process Hazard Analysis (PHA)
  • Hazard analysis to identify SIL (IEC61508)

RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety) analysis

  • Assessment of your safety management system and RAMS analysis
  • Industry standard guidelines for the design of your safety systems
  • Requirements of domestic and international safety and quality standards for automobile engineering
  • Requirements of domestic and international safety and quality standards for rail engineering
  • Analysis of safety and hazards related electronics, software, mechanical, hydraulic, and other components and partial systems
  • Guidelines for implementation of hazard prevention measures
  • RAMS inspection

Functional Safety Analysis Best Practices

  • Functional Safety Overview
  • Functional Safety Analysis
  • Functional Safety Design & Operation.
  • Machinery
  • Process
  • Software
  • Hardware
  • Functional Safety Management
  • Automotive Safety Lifecycle
  • Railroad Safety Lifecycle
  • Boundary Analysis
  • Safety Lifecycle Tailoring
  • Safety Planning
  • Hardware / Software Design

Functional Safety of Machinery and equipment

  • Railroad System Design
  • Automotive System Design
  • ISO 26262
  • IEC 61508
  • Process Hazard and Risk Analysis
  • Elimination of hazards at source
  • Quantitative risk analysis
  • Determine safety integrity levels
  • Unacceptable risk of physical injury or of damage to the health of people
  • Damage to property or to the environment.
  • Failures and safety
  • Systematic Failures
  • Random HW Failures
  • Functional Hazard Analysis
  • Functional hazards
  • Hazard causal factors (failures, design errors, human errors)
  • Identification of Safety Critical functions
  • Safety requirements to mitigate the hazards
  • Risk Assessment

Functional Safety and Hazard Management

  • Automotive Safety Lifecycle
  • Railroad Safety Lifecycle
  • Boundary Analysis
  • Functional Safety Lifecycle Tailoring and Development Plans
  • Functional Safety Requirement Management and Engineering
  • Hardware and Software Safety Architecture
  • Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment
  • Probabilistic Metric for Random Hardware Failure (PMHF)
  • Hardware Development
  • Software Development
  • Safety Validation
  • Process Hazard Analysis (PHA)
  • Consequence Analysis
  • Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
  • Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Target Selection
  • Safety Requirements Specification (SRS) generation
  • failure rates, device and system reliability
  • SIF verification
  • SIF detailed design and Operations requirements

Procedures for System and Component Design

  • Operational hazard and risk
  • Assessing Risks
  • A safety risk
  • Mitigating Risks
  • Analysis
  • Functional safety assessment,
  • Safety function verification and validation
  • Configuration management and safety
  • Writing Functional Safety and Hazard Requirements Specifications
  • Safety Analysis: Hazard Analysis Tasks
  • Analysis Techniques
  • Human Factors Engineering and Safety
  • Proper Safety Analysis for Reliable and Safe Rail Engineering
  • Overview of System Components
  • Responsibility, Authority and Accountability

TONEX Functional Safety and Hazard Analysis Case Studies, Best Practices and Workshop

  • Identify hazards
  • Identify causes
  • Analyze the event sequences leading to the hazardous events identified
  • Determine risks
  • Risks associated with the hazardous events
  • Hazard Mitigation
  • Hazard Analysis Context
  • Operations and management
  • Functional Safety and Hazard Analysis Case Studies
  • The synthesis of a safe design
  • Concept definition
  • Requirements review
  • Design review
  • Design change review
  • Installation and commissioning plan review
  • Operating and support plan review
  • Decommissioning plan review
  • Preliminary Hazard Analysis Objectives
  • Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA) to Identify known hazards
  • Determine the cause(s) of the hazards
  • Determine the effects of the hazards
  • Determine the probability that an accident will be caused by a hazard
  • Establish initial design and procedural requirements to eliminate or control hazards.
  • Preliminary Hazard Analysis Non-objectives
  • Analysis of Functional Safety and Hazard for: electrical, mechanical, electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and other hazards

Workshop: Writing and Managing Functional Safety and Hazard Analysis Requirements

  • Automotive and Railroad Studies
  • Create strategies for implementing safety requirements.
  • Hazard Analysis Inputs
  • Preliminary Hazard List
  • Hazard Checklist
  • VoC and Customer Requirements
  • Regulatory Requirements
  • Example of Hazard analysis techniques
  • Function Failure Analysis
  • Event Tree Analysis
  • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis
  • Fault Tree Analysis
  • Cause-consequence Diagrams
  • Hazard and Operability Studies
  • Analysis of functional performance requirements for active and passive safety systems, brake systems, and Adaptive Cruise Control

 

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