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How to Manage the Functional Safety and other risks* that can be caused by Electromagnetic Disturbances, by applying IEEE 1848-2020 or IET 2017 (Half-day Course)
Training in the good EMC practices required where errors or malfunctions in electrical, electronic or programmable electronic equipment could possibly have implications for functional safety, reliability or legal metrology.
To describe a practical and cost-effective approach to dealing with EMC where errors ormalfunctions in electrical, electronic or programmable electronic (i.e. software) equipment couldpossibly have implications for functional safety, reliability or legal metrology.
* ‘other risks’ include high-reliability / mission-critical systems for: defence, security, national infrastructure, banking and investment, legal metrology, etc., and financial issues such as legal liability or reputational risks
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