Functional Safety Manager Functional Safety Manager
Engineering aspects of Functional Safety This unit is the essential complement of Unit 2, i.e., the unit covering the management aspects of functional safety. Its main objective is to bridge the gap between the theo-retical standards, and the practical implementation of the latter’s rules and require-ments. This is considered the main particularity that distinguishes SafEUr from com-parable trainings in the same field.
 System Hazard Analysis and Safety Concept:
System Hazard Analysis and Safety Concept

This element addresses the building blocks at the very basis of every functional safety engineering project: the identification of hazards, and the establishment of a safety concept.
SAFEUR.U3.E1.PC1 The student is able to explain the differences between the standards IEC 61508, ISO 26262 and ISO 13849 regarding their hazard- and risk-analysis.
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SAFEUR.U3.E1.PC2 The student is able to explain the terms harm, hazard, hazardous event, severity, exposure, controlability, risk, safety goal, hazard analysis and risk assessment, reasonably foreseeable event. The student can give examples of his/her own domain.
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SAFEUR.U3.E1.PC3 The student is able to explain an environment in which his system runs and can describe his item definition.
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SAFEUR.U3.E1.PC4 The student is able to explain the difference of functional and non functional behaviour of his system.
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SAFEUR.U3.E1.PC5 The student is able to moderate a system analysis and hazard identification. The student is able to provide a template for a development department to give guidelines for the discussion.
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