ISO 26262 Assessor
ISO 26262 calls for a functional safety assessment to be carried out in order to arrive at an understanding of whether or not functional safety has been achieved for the item in question. The aim of this new course is to train engineers on how to perform in-house safety assessments, complementing existing training that HORIBA MIRA provides in internal auditing and safety case development.
- Price: £800 (+VAT) per delegate
- Course dates: 18 – 19 November 2019
- Course duration: 2 days
- How to book: Book this course here.
During the course you will learn how to:
- Plan, conduct and report an FSMS internal audit
- Read and understand the ISO 26262 standard in the context of conducting an audit
- Create an audit schedule for ISO 26262
- Audit your company’s procedures against ISO 26262 requirements
- Audit your company’s work products against your company’s procedures
- Check that non-conformities have been followed-up
- and much more…
The course includes:
- An extensive pre-course package to prepare you for the course
- In-depth lectures mixed with interactive group work
- Extensive practical auditing exercises
- Certificate for successful completion
Course Details Delegates attending this course are expected to have attended HORIBA MIRA’s 5-day “Automotive embedded systems using ISO26262” course or an equivalent, or be able to demonstrate sufficient “on the job” experience. This course is not suitable for delegates with no prior knowledge of ISO26262. We will send registered delegates some introductory reading materials around 2 weeks before the course.
Day 1 and 2 we’ll review this pre-course study, give a brief recap of the requirements of ISO26262 for functional safety management, including the role of audit and assessment, then introduce the audit cycle, planning and responsibilities. We’ll include a basic quality management systems audit exercise based on review of a quality manual. We will then cover the mechanisms for conducting an audit, then look at specifically how to conduct a functional safety management systems audit against ISO26262. We’ll then perform an audit exercise based on hazard analysis and risk assessment.
Day 3 we’ll learn how to create an audit schedule and then proceed to conduct an audit exercise based on a given process and template for creating an item definition. We’ll then move on to look at how to categorize findings along with techniques for reporting non-conformities and the overall results of an audit.
Day 4 we’ll conduct a more technical exercise based on audit of a hardware-software interface specification. We’ll then look at evaluating corrective actions and return to repeat one of the earlier exercises on an updated audit artefact. This exercise will be based on a face-to-face interview rather than desk review. We’ll then go on to conduct a functional safety audit on an actual work product rather than a given process. The course will conclude with opportunities for further questions and discussions. Detailed agenda may be subject to modification. This course is not modular and attendance at all days is required.
Venue: MIRA Technology Institute