Become a Certified Top-Class Railway Safety Assurance Professional with TÜV Rheinland’s Rail Academy Training Course
As a globally leading independent third-party testing, inspection and certification provider, TÜV Rheinland is committed to the safety of rail systems. We offer a package of solutions comprising technical and financial feasibility studies, RAMS analysis, project management, and independent safety assessment services to a wide range of clients. These include government agencies, traffic authorities, control command and signalling system suppliers, rolling stock manufacturers, infrastructure contractors, and transport operation and maintenance entities.
We also train and qualify individuals in various engineering disciplines in accordance with various international quality and safety standards (e.g. ISO, IEC, CENELEC).
- Engineering Safety for various disciplines (i.e. signalling, rolling stock, infrastructure, O&M)
- Safety Assurance & Functional Safety
- RAMS, LCC, Human Factors
Our Major Training Courses
- EN 50126 Overview
- EN 50128 Overview
- EN 50129 Overview
- Engineering Safety Management (Yellow Book Issue 4)
- Independent Safety Assessment (ISA) for New Railway Projects
- Railway Industry Application – Human Factors
- Railway Industry Application – Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA)
- Railway Safety Management System
RAILWAY SAFETY ASSURANCE PROFESSIONAL WITH TÜV RHEINLAND CERTIFIED QUALIFICATION (Qualification ID: 45114)
What are the benefits?
The course aims to enable attendees to understand and apply the principles of functional safety to the development and assessment of safety systems, based on the EN50126/8/9 and EN50159 standards. At the end of the course the attendees will be able to:
- understand the concepts of RAMS, software life cycle and independent software assessment;
- formulate and commit to a systems assurance policy and programme;
- understand, plan, commission, manage and comment on systems assurance studies;
- understand the methods of software assurance, the conditions for safety acceptance and approval;
- apply the analysis methodologies of SIL Determination and Allocation;
- critically review the structure and contents of the Safety Case to establish and demonstrate the degree of SIL is achieved.
Who should attend?
Railway safety engineers, safety assurance professionals, R&D staffs working for:
- Train manufacturers and suppliers
- Railway signalling system manufacturers and suppliers
- Railway track system manufacturers and suppliers
- Railway operators
- Railway maintenance firms
- Railway industry associations
- Students of universities, colleges and railway vocational schools
Contact us today for more information and course dates for the Railway Safety Assurance Professional with TÜV Rheinland Certified Qualification (Qualification ID: 45114):