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Programming Fail-Safe Controllers with STEP 7 Safety in TIA Portal (TIA-SAFETY)

  • In this course, you will learn about configuring, programming, commissioning, diagnosing and troubleshooting fail-safe SIMATIC controllers and fail-safe, distributed ET 200 systems. In practical exercises you will put your theoretical knowledge to use on a training system with the STEP 7 Safety software in TIA Portal.


  • After attending the course, you can do the following:
    • Commissioning fail-safe SIMATIC controllers
    • Programming of safety-related programs in the languages FBD and LAD
    • Diagnosing and troubleshooting of safety-related systems and programs
Type Face-to-face training
Duration 3 days
Language en

Target Group

    • Programmers
    • Commissioning engineers
    • Engineering personnel


    • Overview and guidelines
    • Product overview and operating principle Safety Integrated
    • Configuring of the fail-safe components with STEP 7 Safety in TIA Portal
    • Programming of a safety program
    • Programming tips according to Programming Guideline Safety for SIMATIC S7-1200/1500
    • Fail-safe communication (CPU-CPU communication with couplers and I device)
    • Diagnostics facilities (CPU diagnostics, I/O diagnostics, advanced diagnostics)


  • Basic knowledge of SIMATIC S7 according to the course TIA-PRO1 or TIA-SERV1.
  • So you may assure that the course of your choice fits to your competences an online entrance test is available for you.


  • In this course you will work with the SIMATIC STEP 7 Safety software in TIA Portal.

  • Additionally you have the opportunity to take an examination and receive certification on a separate date. You'll find further information and the registration at CPT-TIASAF.



"Since taking this course I feel a lot more confident configuring a safety program. Now I am able to make work easier and more efficient for myself and my colleagues."

Andreas Nagler, Application engineer