The aim of this course is to train the delegates in the fundamental principles of functional safety and to get their competency in the application of functional safety standards certified by TÜV SÜD.
The course includes two days of taught modules (with discussion and practical exercises), followed by a half day open book exam.
Delegates who pass the exam can apply for registration as a Functional Safety Engineer in the TÜV SÜD Functional Safety Certification Programme; registration also requires 2 years relevant experience and to have formal education qualification, for example at diploma level or above.
Who Should Attend?
The course is aimed at managers, technicians and design engineers who have responsibilities for safety related control systems of machinery.
By the end of the course delegates should have:
Stewart Robinson is a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and a member of the Institute of Measurement and Control. He has been a member of the Safety Panel of the InstMC since 2007 and currently chairs that Panel. He is also a member of the British Standards Institution committee that deals with machinery safeguarding (MCE/3), and listed as a Functional Safety Expert in the TÜV SÜD certification programme (I.D. TA13010249).
He has been delivering training courses for more than 25 years on various topics, mainly concerned with Industrial Control Systems but also on the general aspects of machinery safety.
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