Quality professionals, engineers,
operators, supervisors and managers.
Time To Complete
8 hours (0.8 CEUs)
What is Failure Mode and Effects Analysis?
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) techniques have
been around for over 40 years. In recent years, use of FMEAs
has gained popularity as a quality improvement tool. This
interest is in large part due to the automotive industry and
specifically its ISO/TS 16949 supplier requirements. Other
major industries, including aerospace, medical products and
electronics are also using FMEA techniques as part of their
improvement and risk assessment strategies. Unlike many
quality improvement tools, FMEAs do not require complicated
statistics. FMEA studies can yield significant savings for a
company as well as reduce the potential liability of a
process or product that does not perform as promised.
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis Online Training
Failure Mode and Effectives Analysis (FMEA) training provides step-by-step instructions on
how to conduct both Design-FMEAs (DFMEAs) and Process-FMEAs
(PFMEAs). Learners completing this training will be able to
effectively participate on an FMEA team and make immediate
contributions to quality and productivity improvement
efforts. For how to do FMEAs in a non-manufacturing
environment, see FMEAs for the Services.
This Training Enables Learners To...
- Describe the purpose of an FMEA and explain the benefits of using FMEAs in both design and process engineering situations.
- Explain the ten steps to conducting an FMEA.
- Contribute effectively to an FMEA team.
- Customize FMEA rating scales.
- Identify and prioritize potential risks.
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