Design of Safety Control Systems according to ISO 13849 & IEC 62061


The objective of the training is to put across to you the processes and standards that are important in the design and evaluation of safety-related control systems. This training course addresses how EN ISO 13849-1 (the safety-related control systems standard) is applied in automation and equipment design. In addition, we introduce you to the requirements resulting from the EN IEC 62061 standard.



  • Safety regulations and standards (introduction)
  • Standards for safety-related control systems
  • EN ISO 13849-1
  • EN IEC 62061
  • Detailed overview of the design principles for safety-related control systems
  • Calculation of the safety integrity level (SIL) and performance level (PL)

Target groups

Developers, design engineers and planners in plant and machine engineering and control and automation technology.

Benefits to you

  • Detailed evaluations from safety design
  • Main architectures and alternatives in the design of safety-related control systems, including practical examples
  • Advantages of a structured concept for the design of safety systems
  • Tried-and-tested methods for your machine design

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Pilz New Zealand
4 Prescott Street, Penrose
Auckland 1061
New Zealand

Telephone: +64 9 6345350


Telephone: +64 9 6345350