Rail Safety Campus
Module 2 for certification as Rail Safety Engineer
Conditions in Germany and Europe – assessment and regulatory approval process
Module 2 teaches comprehensive knowledge of the assessment and regulatory approval process in Germany and other European countries, under consideration of the guidelines on interoperability (TSI and NoBo). Individual technical specifications for interoperability establish which properties railway subsystems must exhibit in order to ensure a continually usable railway system throughout Europe. This module also includes common methods for risk evaluation and assessment (CSM), and safety guidelines for rail vehicles (SIRF).
Conditions in Germany and Europe –
assessment and regulatory approval process
This module teaches knowledge of the assessment and regulatory approval process in Germany and other European countries, and cooperation between different systems and technologies.
Guideline on interoperability
Technical specification for interoperability (TSI and NoBo)
Trans-European interoperability regulation (TEIV)
Common safety method for risk evaluation and assessment (CSM)
Memorandum of understanding regarding future contractual partners (MoU)
Safety guideline rail vehicles (SIRF)
Administrative provisions for authorising the commissioning of rail vehicles (VVIBG)
Assessment and regulatory approval process in Germany and other European countries
Employees in requirements management and regulatory approval process.
Systems GmbH & Co. KG
EUR 1,000 (plus VAT)
EUR 1,190 (incl. 19% VAT)
21.02.2019 – 22.02.2019
12.09.2019 – 13.09.2019
And upon arrangement.
Optional when booking all modules
EUR 9,300 (plus VAT)
EUR 11,067 (incl. 19% VAT)
You save EUR 2,900 compared to booking individual modules separately.
The Rail Safety Engineer certification is obtained by participating in all modules and passing the requisite examinations.