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Register   Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)  

 

This is the preferred course of those interested in how Failure Mode & Effects Analysis can be applied to their organization as well as those who wish gain the basic skills necessary to analyze potential project failures using FMEA methodology.  FMEA is an elegant method of classifying and setting Risk Levels for potential Failure Modes. FMEA is popular in Automotive, Space, R&D, Manufacturing, and Medical among others and it can be applied in most any discipline where product or process failures are to be avoided.   

Course Objectives

This one-day class, you will be exposed to the basics of FMEA and practice on creating and analyzing a real project. In addition, you will work on basic Reliability concepts to build and analyze advanced project systems. At the end of the course, attendees will receive a certificate of completion.

To be most effective, the participants are encouraged to bring a real project from their vocation to the class.  This allows real gains and real applications to be made during the course.  

 

 Understand the role, relevance, and potential of FMEA

 Learn how to apply FMEA as a preventive tool for both design and process development.

 Define customers and built customer-FMEA relationship

 Learn how to do process FMEA

 Learn how to do a design FMEA

 Learn how FMEAs link to Six Sigma and DFSS

 

Who Should Attend?

Reliability professionals, quality managers/engineers, R&D-manufacturing managers/engineers,  physicians, financial services managers, government administrators, IT professionals, chemists, sales managers, and many others.  FMEA has spread its success far beyond its original intends. As such, those in service and transactional industries like banking, finance, healthcare, hotel management, and distribution are encouraged to attend.

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