Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

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Potential Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a structured technique to analyze a design or a process to determine potential failure and opportunities for improvement. It is widely used in manufacturing industries in various phases of the product life cycle and is now increasingly finding use in the service industry. This course provides step-by-step instruction of the FMEA process covering both Design FMEAs (DFMEAs) and Process FMEAs (PFMEAs).


★Understand the purpose of FMEA tool
★Recognize the types and benefits of a FMEA
★Learn the components and steps of a FMEA
★Learn how to prioritize the corrective actions to achieve the greatest improvement in the shortest time with limited resources


★FMEA Overview (Definition, type, mechanics and benefit)
★DFMEA - Design FMEA introduction and practices
★PFMEA - Process FMEA introduction and practices
★Tracking and improvement of FMEA
★Case study of FMEA application


★Production manager
★QA manager
★QA engineer
★Design engineer
★Manufacturing engineer
★Persons involving in process standardization and continuous improvement
★Persons involving in the statistical management process


1 day / 8 hours