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Role-based functional safety trainings fill the gaps in the knowledge of standing experts.

Role-based training in functional safety


Across sectors the significance of functional safety is constantly growing. Therefore the demand for qualified engineers is high. Given the demographic change, there no recovery of this situation can be expected.


For this reason HSQ offers a role-based training concept for functional safety, which enables a target-oriented training of employees who want to assume a new role in your company or extend their methodology knowledge.


To this end, role descriptions from development and production common for this sector were aligned with the standard's requirements to activities of functional safety, training demands were identified and described in the role-based training concept. Details on the defined roles can be found here.


The following advantages arise from this approach:


  • Target-oriented further education of employees (within an established role model) regarding functional safety
  • Target-oriented training of teams and not just individuals
  • Compatible with employee develoment systems
  • Compatible with the framework agreement for payment (ERA) of the German metal and electrical industry


The role-based training currently is offered for the following sectors:


  • ISO 26262 - Functional safety of road vehicles
  • ISO 25119 - Functional safety of tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry
  • IEC 61508 - Functional safety of electrical, electronical and programmable electronic safety-related systems


The role-based training is offered as an open training as well as an inhouse training adapted to your needs.


Furthermore it would be our pleasure to support your employee development by integrating our role-based trainings into your employee development system.


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