Available in the following formats
Web-Based • Network/LAN • CD-ROM
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis or FMEA is a
structured technique to analyze a design or a process to
determine shortcomings and opportunities for improvement. By
assessing the severity of a potential failure, the likelihood
that the failure will occur, and the chance of detecting the
failure, dozens or even hundreds of potential issues can be
prioritized for improvement. While the best way to learn how to
conduct an FMEA is by actually working on an FMEA team, an FMEA
team will be most productive when everyone on the team has a
baseline understanding of FMEA terminology and methodology.
FMEA Investigator online
training provides step-by-step instruction of the FMEA
process covering both Design FMEAs (DFMEAs) and Process FMEAs (PFMEAs).
Employees completing this training will be able to effectively
participate on an FMEA team and can make immediate
contributions to quality and productivity improvement efforts.
Be sure to check out our
FMEA Resource Center. It is full of helpful information
about FMEA's as well as useful forms and checklists.