Failure Mode and Effect Analysis
Beginning in the early 1980s, the skyrocketing of product liability cost and non-ending court activities made the FMEA become a vital tool in the occurrence of failures. Since then, the FMEA process has been spreading among the fortune 500 companies. This has been transitioned from in-house concerns to supply base. In 1993, the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) which includes, and the American Society of Quality Control adopted a standard approach to FMEAs
FMEA is an analytical technique used to ensure that potential problems in product design or process have been considered and addressed. Ideally, a Design FMEA should be carried out in the early stages of design and a process FMEA should be carried out before tooling or manufacturing equipment is purchased. FMEA can also be applied to non-production areas. FMEA tools are widely used by Fortune 500 companies and finds particularly wider use in automobile (e.g. Ford, GM and Chrysler) and engineering industries.
- What is Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
- Types of FMEA
- FMEA Purpose
- DFMEA Quality Objectives
- Benefits of DFMEA
- Process of Doing DFMEA
- FMEA Roadmap (Design and Process)
- 10 steps to improve DFMEA
- FMEA Limitations
- Linkage of QFD/Risk Analysis/DOE/SPC/FMEA/FTA
- DFMEA Timeline
- Potential Failure Mode
- Effects of Failure
- Potential Causes
- Current Controls
- Relationship between PHA and DFMEA
- DFMEA Examples
- Interpretation of DFMEA’s – 2 Methods
- Strategy for addressing Failure Modes
- Severity Occurrence and Detection Criterions
- Implementation of DFMEA’s
- Training Material
- Course Certificate
- Lunch and refreshments
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There are no prior knowledge requirements for this course; however, it may be beneficial for participants to have knowledge of FMEA.
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