Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)-Workshop – Virtual January 2024

Course Summary

This course is designed for individuals who wish to use Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) as a powerful technique for avoiding process problems and preventing defects in products and services.

$977.00

January 23, 2024 - January 24, 2024

Event Details

16 hours
Combination lecture and classroom exercises, including hands on application
Available at QSG’s training facilities, on-site at your organization, and virtually for a maximum of 16 participants

Start date: January 23, 2024

End date: January 24, 2024

Start time: 08:30 a.m. EDT

End time: 04:30 p.m. EDT

Venue: Virtual on Zoom

Directions: Training will occur on Zoom. You will be provided with a unique link per registrant. Please plan to login 10 minutes prior to the session start time.

Description

FMEAs were first established in the late 1940’s by the United States military to reduce sources of variation and corresponding potential of failures in the production of munitions – and it proved a highly effective tool. The use of FMEAs spread across industries and around the world over the next 70 years and they have become a cornerstone of quality and productivity improvement.

Today, FMEA is commonly used when a process, product, or service is being designed or redesigned, after quality function deployment (QFD), or when an existing process, product, or service is being applied in a new way.

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a powerful technique for avoiding process problems and preventing defects in products and services. The use of FMEA helps to anticipate and guide action to prevent failures in both design and process performance. Ideally, organizations should begin using FMEA during the earliest conceptual design stages of a process or product, and then through the design or redesign process. FMEA can also be used effectively before developing control plans for a new or modified process, and for control before and during ongoing processes.

In this intensive two-day workshop, you will learn to estimate the probability of failures and their causes in your product and process. Each participant will have the opportunity to develop all the elements of a Design and Process FMEA.

Benefits of FMEA
The following are benefits realized and reported by companies following the effective application and Design and Process FMEA:

  • Addresses critical failure modes early in the design cycle
  • Makes verification and validation plans more robust
  • Fewer ECOs (engineering change orders)
  • Faster time to market by reducing product development cycle time
  • Reduced scrap and rework
  • Fewer customer complaints
  • Reduced warranty failures and costs
  • Increased productivity
  • Increased market share
  • Reduction of product recalls

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for engineers and managers from R&D, design, manufacturing, materials, safety, environmental, and quality. Marketing, maintenance, and field service personnel will also benefit from this training. Participants are encouraged to bring their own designs and process flow charts to get the most out of the hands-on workshops and applications.

Learning Objectives

Through training, participants will learn to:

  • Describe the benefits of a robust technical risk analysis using the FMEA approach
  • Measure FMEA effectiveness and efficiency and understand the linkage to the Cost of Quality
  • Develop Design and Process FMEAs
  • Link FMEA to Product Development Process / Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP)
  • Define risk and determine levels of risk requiring mitigation
  • Set up an effective Cross Functional Team required for FMEA Development
  • Efficiently select Severity, Occurrence and Detection rankings
  • Implement a Risk Priority Number (RPN) reduction process
  • Understand and demonstrate the links between Design FMEA and Process FMEA
  • Create and manage action plans derived from FMEA
  • Understand links to Control Plan Methodology and utilize information gathered from performing an FMEA to construct a Control Plan

Course Outline

FMEA Process Overview

  • Introductions and course objectives
  • History
  • Purpose
  • Benefits
  • Limitations
  • Measuring FMEA Effectiveness & Efficiency
  • Impact of FMEA on the Cost of Quality

FMEA Applications

  • FMEA Applications and Scope
  • Two Forms of FMEA (Design and Process)
  • Ideal State
  • Concurrent Engineering and FMEA

Design FMEA

  • Project Planning
  • Analyze Production Functions
  • Deduce Failure Modes
  • Brainstorm Failure Effects & Rate Severity
  • Brainstorm Failure Causes, Prevention Controls & Rate Occurrence
  • Document Detection Controls & Rate Detection
  • Calculate RPN & Plan Actions
  • Measure, Track & Drive Actions

Process FMEA

  • Project Planning
  • Analyze Process Requirements
  • Deduce Failure Modes
  • Brainstorm Failure Effects & Rate Severity
  • Brainstorm Failure Causes, Prevention Controls & Rate Occurrence
  • Document Detection Controls & Rate Detection
  • Calculate RPN & Plan Actions
  • Measure, Track & Drive Actions

Control Plans

  • Pre-Launch Control Plan
  • Production Control Plan

Prerequisites

None

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