Failure Mode And Effects Analysis
Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a systematic method for identifying, analysing, prioritising and documenting potential failure modes, determining their effects on system, product and process performance, and identifying corrective actions to eliminate failure modes or minimize the effect of failure. FMEA is an important Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement tool.
Failure Mode And Effects Analysis Training
Duration: 2 days
This 2-day training provides participants with a detailed understanding of the concepts, steps, methodology and tools for performing an FMEA. This course introduces participants to the analytical process in which potential failure modes, failure effects and causes of failure are identified. Criticality and risk analysis concepts are also covered for dealing with the effects of failure. Analysis is used to identify corrective actions that may be used to eliminate failure modes or minimize the effect of failure. Additionally, the analysis may be used to identify controls necessary to prevent failure occurrence.
Please visit Process Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (PFMEA) Training or Design Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (DFMEA) Training for your specific FMEA training needs.
At the end of the training, participants will be able to:
- Understand the relationship between Failure Mode, Cause and Effect
- List the objectives, benefits and requirements of an FMEA
- Explain and apply the steps and methodology used to analyze an FMEA
- Understand the FMEA process and apply it
- Compare a variety of tools utilized when performing an FMEA
- Identify corrective actions or controls and their importance in minimizing or preventing failure occurrence
- Introduction and Overview
- What is FMEA?
- Relationship between Failure Mode, Cause and Effect
- Types of FMEA
- Objectives of FMEA
- Benefits of FMEA
- Requirements of FMEA
- Application of FMEA
- Performing an FMEA
- Pre-analysis Activities
- Determine Required Functions
- Process Flow Diagrams
- Basic Analysis Methodology
- FMEA Steps
- Criticality/Risk Analysis (Prioritization)
- Typical Forms Used and Examples
- Support Tools for FMEA
- Root Cause Analysis
- Fault Tree Analysis
- FMEA Application
- Using the Results
- Identifying Corrective Actions
- Keys for a Successful FMEA
- Hands-on Exercise
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