ISO 26262 Level II Training and Certification

Course Duration: 5 Days - 8 Hours/day

This five-day seminar reviews all 12 parts of the ISO 26262 standard, and then focuses on creation of a safety case. The seminar will give those attending the information necessary to understand the elements of a safety case, and create one that could be used as a template for any future projects in you organization. ISO 26262 is the Functional Safety standard that is applied to Safety Related Systems that include electric/electronic systems installed in vehicles. The course is primarily hands-on work, and has some presentations, and is conducted in English. Those attending will be guided through all work products, and their related ASIL tables, to apply them properly to their correct conforming completion. The successful development of a safety case by the end of Day 5 will result in a Functional Safety Engineer Level II Certification, provided the prerequisites below are also met. Certain key work products will be reviewed by independent subject matter experts.

This is a hands on workshop conducted on site to provide Functional Safety Engineers Level I the necessary competence for becoming Level II engineers.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain a complete understanding of a Safety Case
  • Review of Tailoring – practice deciding on the necessary activities to support vehicle safety lifecycle management, development, production, operation, service and decommissioning
  • Use the information gained and the workshop work products developed in class for ISO 26262 implementation
  • Review functional safety aspects of the entire development process
  • Understand the risk-based approach for determining risk classes ASILs and MSILs

Course Outline

  • Day One
  • Intro and Review of ISO 26262
  • Safety Case Fundamentals
  • Safety Case Outline/Table of Contents
  • Part 2 Work Products/ASIL Tables
  • Safety Case Index
  • Day Two
  • Requirements Sources and Organization
  • Parts 3 and 4 Work Products/ASIL Tables
  • FMEA, Fault Tree and Test Plans
  • Day Three
  • Parts 5 and 6 Work Products/ASIL Tables
  • Hardware Metrics
  • Software Metrics
  • Selected Work Products Sent for Independent Review
  • Day Four
  • Parts 7 and 8 Work Products/ASIL Tables
  • PFMEA, Control Plans and Capability Studies
  • Selected Work Products Review Results Discussed
  • Day Five
  • Part 9 through 12
  • MSILs and Conversion to ASILs
  • Safety Argumentation and Design
  • Review of Safety Case and Index

Who Should Attend

Course Materials

Each participant will receive a seminar manual and Excel templates to aid in the completion of the safety case.

Note: Omnex does not provide copies of standard(s) during training courses, but clients are encouraged to have their own copy.


Participants must have completed the five-day ISO 26262 Automotive Functional Safety Certification course and have passed the final exam. Additionally, appropriate education and a minimum of 5 years relevant experience is required.

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