Failure Mode & Effect Analysis

Aligned to ASQ and TÜV & SÜD


Failure Mode & Effect Analysis

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) methods have gained popularity for over 40 years. In recent years, the use of FMEAs has gained popularity as a quality improvement tool. Someone who knows FMEA well is good at predicting potential failures and finding solutions. The course design helps you identify possible failure modes in your respective processes and analyze the effect of loss.

Duration

Class Room Training: 02 Days - 20 Hours
Online Training: 04 Days - 22 Hours

Certification By

TÜV SÜD (An internationally recognised certification)

Objective

To enable professionals with the knowledge required to conduct FMEA in their respective work areas.

Who Should Attend?
  • Professionals with 0-10 years of experience.
  • Diploma holders/Graduates/Postgraduates from any discipline.
  • Any professional seeking to accelerate his/her corporate career.
  • Anyone keen to learn the basics of Quality Tools.

Essentials

Diploma / Graduation / Postgraduation.

Course Program
  • 1.0 FMEA - an Overview
  • 2.0 FMEA – History
  • 3.0 FMEA - Purpose & Benefits
  • 4.0 Different types of FMEA
  • 4.1 System FMEA
  • 4.2 Design FMEA
  • 4.3 Process FMEA
  • 5.0 FMEA Team
  • 6.0 Team Roles & Responsibility
  • 6.1 Moderators
  • 6.2 Process / Design Lead
  • 6.3 Quality In-charge
  • 6.4 Sales & Marketing
  • 6.5 Approver(s)
  • 7.0 FMEA Access & Controls
  • 8.0 FMEA a controlled copy
  • 9.0 Elements of FMEA
  • 9.1 Process Step / Input
  • 9.2 Process Description
  • 9.3 Potential Failure Mode
  • 9.4 Potential Failure Effect
  • 9.5 Severity of Failure
  • 9.6 The Potential cause of Failure
  • 9.7 Occurrence score
  • 9.8 Current Detection
  • 9.9 Detection score
  • 9.10 Risk Priority Number
  • 9.11 Action Plan
  • 9.12 Estimated RPN (with action implemented)
  • 10.0 Severity, Occurrence & Detection Tables
  • 11.0 Prioritizing Actions
  • 11.1 Severity based
  • 11.2 RPN based
  • 12.0 Review Frequency
  • 13.0 Version Control
  • 14.0 Review Panel
  • 15.0 Communication Plan
  • 16.0 Design FMEA (DFMEA)
  • 16.1 How to create DFMEA
  • 16.2 The Linkage between DFMEA & PFMEA
  • 16.3 Identify Risk
  • 16.4 Determine Severity,
  • 16.5 Determine Occurrence
  • 16.6 Determine Detection
  • 17.0 Process FMEA (PFMEA)
  • 17.1 How to create PFMEA
  • 17.2 The Linkage between DFMEA & PFMEA
  • 17.3 Identify Risk
  • 17.4 Determine Severity,
  • 17.5 Determine Occurrence
  • 17.6 Determine Detection

Trainers Profile

An expert with a minimum of 10 years of experience in using Failure Mode and Effect Analysis.

Course Fee Includes
  • Examination fee.
  • Certification cost.
  • One FMEA Knowledge book.
  • Two days of Simulation enabled training.
  • Five sample question papers with answers.
  • Lunch & refreshment at the training venue.
  • Practice papers from the respective industry.
Certification Procedure (TÜV & SÜD only)
  • Attend two days of FMEA training .
  • Successful completion of Seven QC tools certification exam conducted by TUV.

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Failure Mode & Effect Analysis

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) techniques have been around for over 40 years. in recent years, the use of FMEAs has gained popularity as a quality improvement tool. 

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