Parts 1 and 2 of European standard EN ISO 13849 describe the determination and validation of the Performance Level (PL) of technical regulation protective functions. The component also termed “functional safety” in the manufacture of machines is one of the most comprehensive parts of risk assessment.
The Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance has developed the SISTEMA software wizard for assessing safety-related machine controllers in accordance with DIN EN ISO 13849. The software is free of charge, very comprehensive and now in wide use.
In this specialist seminar, we deal with technical regulation protective functions, their development and PL validation using SISTEMA.
Objective of advanced training
You will learn and be able to apply and classify terminology from standard 13849. You will also have no trouble designing protective functions using block diagrams. You will master SISTEMA and be able to validate its safety functions in no time with the software.
- Introduction to DIN EN ISO13849-1
- Modelling of safety functions
- Definition of component data
- Structure and application of SISTEMA
- Determination of Performance Level with SISTEMA
- SISTEMA libraries
- Introduction to validation of software using shut-off matrix
Once you have completed the training course, you will be able to use the software confidently, use component libraries and create your own libraries. You will have no trouble creating safety functions from block diagrams or circuit diagrams. You’ll know what to do if the expected Performance Level is not achieved.
Participants will be issued a corresponding certificate and training documentation in digital format.
Requirements for participation
The training course has been specially developed by mechanical engineering experts for the following persons:
- Project managers
Are you interested in the training course but don’t belong to any of the groups listed? Does your day to day work nonetheless require skills and knowledge of the topic? If so we would of course be happy to welcome you on board.