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Phoenix is an accepted course provider of the TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Training Program.
Within the European Economic Area, only machines complying with the safety requirements of the Machinery Directive and marked with a CE mark may be placed on the market. For this purpose, it is necessary that legal requirements are integrated into the company processes.
Within this training the context of requirements will be explained. In small groups participants will learn how to design the conformity process on a real example machine in a very practice-oriented way.
Knowledge regarding the implementation of the activities required for the Functional Safety of machines will be passed on as well as information about further required steps before the CE mark can be affixed.
The process of technical measures for Functional Safety is divided into eight phases (phase 0 to phase 7). This allows the implementation of all safety-related requirements in a consistent, plannable and thus comprehensible manner. The procedure for each phase is illustrated using the example of a safety function.
Mechanical/electrical designers, software/hardware developers, project managers, quality managers, FS engineers, technicians, skilled workers, foremen
Phase 0: Risk assessment of the machine
Phase 1: Security planning
Phase 2: Specification
Phase 3: Validation planning
Phase 4: Implementation
Phase 5: Verification
Phase 6: Code simulation
Phase 7: Validation
2.500 Euro plus VAT.
2.800 Euro plus VAT with exam and FS Technician (TÜV Rheinland) Machinery - CE Practice-Certificate (if you pass the exam).The participation fee includes: Training documents, catering at the training location.
If you want to attend one of the trainings, kindly register directly with the course provider. He would also be the right contact for any further information or details. In case you are not sure, if the training is the right one for you, also contact the course provider. He can consult you and give according recommendations.