Safety Analysis and
safety training to
support your team

What challenges we can help you address

functional safety (fusa) awareness

Lack of resources to apply safety analysis

You may not have Functional Safety/ASPICE experts in your team or enough knowledge and experience to apply to real-life projects.

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Missing safety measures in the design

Using top-down and bottom-up approaches to analyse your SYS/SW/HW design, you can define critical areas that must be covered by appropriate safety measures.


Our offer

Safety Analysis training and support

We offer complete support and a full range of training in Safety Analysis tools and best practices, including HARA, FMEA, FMEDA, FTA and DFA. Read more about what we do below.

HARA Guidelines & Implementation
Introduction to HARA; HAZOP Analysis Process; Safety Goals definition; Risks and Advantages; exercises.
regular / online
FTA Guidelines & Implementation
FTA basics; terms and definitions; FTA process evaluation; exercises.
regular / online
DFA Guidelines & Implementation
DFA definition; Analysis Process; SYS/HW/SW/uC; exercises.
regular / online
HW FMEDA Guidelines & Implementation
Safety Analysis overview; FMEDA basics; FMEDA implementation based on a well-structured System/HW life example case study.
regular / online
SW FMEA Guidelines & Implementation
Safety Analysis overview; FMEA basics; FMEA implementation based on a well-structured System/SW life example case study.
regular / online

Who should be involved in safety analysis

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System Engineers

The highest ASIL in System Concepts shall be derived from HARA. System Design shall be verified by FTA and DFA analyses.

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Missing safety measures in the design

Depending on the targeted ASIL, HW design will meet defined metrics and implement specific safety measures. All of these will be gathered in HW FMEDA, HW FTA and DFA Reports.

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SW Development Team

Based on the results of top-down analysis like SW FTA or a bottom-up one like SW FMEA, defined safety mechanisms will be implemented and traceable through each SW development stage. The most critical safety mechanisms will be captured with Safety SW requirements, clearly described using SW Architecture, implemented within the code and verified by the test cases.

Meet our experts

Tomasz Lokietek
Head of Embedded Functional Safety and Cyber Security

I am a certificated Automotive Consultant with over 15 years of experience in the computer software industry. I have extensive experience in Kaizen, Electronics, Automotive, R&D and Manufacturing gained by working with leading IT companies in Europe. I am also an accomplished professional with an executive MBA focused in Business Administration, Management and Operations from Polish Open University. At Spyrosoft, I support key clients from the Automotive business unit in implementing functional safety solutions.

Tomasz Lokietek

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Lukasz Stachowiak
Functional Safety Engineer

I am a Functional Safety Engineer responsible for the identification of development risks and capabilities associated with suppliers of mechatronic systems. Together with my team, I support our clients in implementing products in line with the safety and risk management requirements.

Lukasz Stachowiak

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Marcin Tomczak
Technical Lead Quality Engineer

I am a Technical Lead Quality Engineer at Spyrosoft with over 16 years of experience in the computer software industry. My specialisation areas include: Automotive SPICE, SEI CMM/CMMI, TL9000, ISO 9001, Software Process Improvement, Quality Assurance, Defect Prevention, Problem Solving, Metrics Definition and Analysis, Statistical Process Control, Quality Audits and Software Configuration Management. At Spyrosoft, I oversee projects for our clients from the Automotive industry, supporting the effective implementation of safety requirements.

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Jakub Celej
Functional Safety Engineer

I focus on assuring high quality of projects in terms of the ISO 26262 standard. During my work, I encounter challenges related to hardware detailed design concept creation and analysis as well as to embedded software and system architecture, mostly in ADAS domains. Including both functional safety and Automotive SPICE requirements, I work on providing the most efficient way of process optimisation in a highly demanding automotive industry.

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Piotr Peret
Functional Safety Engineer

At Spyrosoft, I work as an Automotive Functional Safety Engineer. Among many activities, my role includes performing safety-oriented analyses, creating safety-specific project documentation according to the industry standards and guiding multidisciplinary teams towards achieving an adequate level of safety integrity. I have a degree in Electrical Engineering from AGH University of Science and Technology.

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Marek Palka
Head of Quality

Making processes work for people and not the other way round is the priority in my work. I worked in IT industry my entire career in different Quality Management positions as well as in Project Management. I had the opportunity to introduce and audit for compliance many industry standards in automotive, medical devices and information security fields. My experience also includes assessment, implementation, deployment and maintenance of Management Systems compliant with ISO standards.

Marek Palka

Frequently asked questions

There are no prerequisites for attending any of our training courses, but a basic know-how of automotive standards may be beneficial.

It largely depends on the scope of Safety Analysis training requests. The price may also be affected by Safety Analysis customisation to address specific needs.

We accept a maximum of 20 people for any of our training courses, be it on-site or online.

To perform a safety analysis, it is necessary for you be familiar with some basic FuSa concepts and terminology, hence encouraging you to join our introductory training.


Who we are

We are a team of well-versed software development specialists who have been working on both Functional Safety and Automotive SPICE projects with OEMs, Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers, for years.

Now, we’re ready to share our experience with your team.

Whether your goal is to prepare your product for an automotive standard assessment, build up your team’s competence or you need specialists to support you on-site, our experts are ready to help.

Learn more about our Automotive offering.

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Our other automotive services

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Pre-certification audits and assessments

We offer comprehensive preparation for automotive audits and assessments that will help you gain FuSa, ASPICE and CMMI certification.

Functional Safety ASPICE training

Functional Safety and ASPICE training

We guide your System, HW and SW Engineers through FuSa (ISO26262) and ASPICE principles to raise their awareness and create reliable products.

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On-site support

In addition to training and pre-certification audits and assessments, we can also support your team on-site, guiding you through the product development and industrialisation process.


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