(FuSa) Training

Functional Safety


The aim of Functional safety is to arrange products in a way that they are verifiably free of unacceptable risks. Products in this context are safety-relevant electronic systems. Non-tolerable, safety critical functional statuses with possible severe consequences, such as personal injury, can be avoided by applying the standards ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 including controls like confirmation reviews early in the development process.

FuSa is the part of the overall safety of a system or piece of equipment that depends on the system or equipment operating correctly in response to its inputs, including the safe management of likely operator errors, hardware failure and environmental changes.

GPG offers you a comprehensive, modular functional safety training program on a regular basis:

  • Forums: Functional Safety
  • Method training
  • Role-based training

Our role-based training modules are available for the following industries:

  • ISO 26262 – Functional Safety in the automotive sector
  • ISO 25119 – Functional Safety in the tractors and machinery in agriculture and forestry sectors
  • IEC 61508 – Functional Safety of safety-relevant electrical, electronic and programmable electronic systems

Developed for the following roles:

  • Project Functional Safety manager
  • Systems engineer
  • Functional Safety analyst
  • Test manager
  • Test engineer
  • Integration engineer
  • Sofware architect
  • Sofware developer
  • Electronic engineer
  • Production engineer
  • Quality manager
  • Safety assessor

Our referees, seminar leaders and trainers

  • have first-hand experience in their field and only teach what they wholeheartedly apply themselves
  • possess long-term experience
  • have additional qualifications in education and methodology
  • enjoy teaching and sharing their knowledge and skills with others

Who Should Attend

  • FMEA moderators
  • FMEA engineers
  • Executives, development managers, production managers and employees in the fields
  • Project manager involved in the product development process
  • For this seminar, FMEA fundamentals are beneficial for a better understanding, but not mandatory.

Before the seminar, there is the possibility to request free information material from us in order to obtain a short method overview in the self-study.



1 full day … from 9am to 5pm



$723 – per participant (8 participant minimum)