Functional Safety Manager Functional Safety Manager
Management of Functional Safety This unit investigates major management aspects of functional safety engineering on organisational and project level. The definition and management of so-called Safety Cases assumes a central role in the functional safety management activities, as safety cases are at the root of modern functional safety engineering methods.
 Safety Requirements and Safety Case Definition:
This element includes knowledge in software and system safety classification schemes and their requirements to collect evidences and make necessary analyses to cosntruct a full safety case.
SAFEUR.U2.E2.PC1 The student is able to identity main elements of safety case, based on standards (e.g. ISO26262, EN50129) and related concepts (assurance case, ISO/IEC 15026)
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SAFEUR.U2.E2.PC2 The student is able to establish requirements for evidence collection to construct a safety case
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SAFEUR.U2.E2.PC3 The student is able to create necessary arguments and modular safety cases
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SAFEUR.U2.E2.PC4 The student is able to explain a safety case for organisational management and other stakeholders (customer, regulator etc.)
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SAFEUR.U2.E2.PC5 The student is able to review safety case developed by suppliers or third parties
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