Be an expert in Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA) and create DFMEA, PFMEA, System FMEA like a pro.
What you’ll learn
- Learn in depth about what FMEA is, its objectives, types of FMEA
- Learn how to create an entire FMEA worksheet from scratch!
- Learn in depth about what Design FMEA, its use cases and learn how to create a DFMEA from Scratch!
- Understand what System FMEA, its use cases and learn how to create a SYSFMEA from Scratch!
- Learn in depth about what Process FMEA, its use cases and learn how to create a PFMEA from Scratch!
- There are no pre-requisites for this course, however having a little background on Risk Management is helpful but not necessary.
Learn how to apply Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), a method for identifying and preventing potential problems in product or process design. In this course, you will:
Understand the fundamentals and procedure of FMEA, including the concepts and definitions of failure modes, effects, causes, controls, and risk priority numbers.
Analyze product designs or manufacturing processes using a cross-functional team of subject matter experts and a generic FMEA worksheet.
Improve the design of systems, subsystems, components, or operations by assessing the risk associated with each failure mode and prioritizing issues for corrective action.
Implement recommended actions to address the most serious concerns and reduce the likelihood of occurrence or increase the likelihood of detection of failures.
Use FMEA as a guide to the development of a complete set of actions that will reduce risk to an acceptable level and achieve safe, reliable, and economical products and processes.
This course is suitable for anyone who is involved in product or process design, development, testing, or improvement. You should have some basic knowledge of engineering principles and statistics
You will also learn how to avoid mistakes and apply quality objectives to ensure your FMEAs are well-done and useful. You will also learn how to implement an effective FMEA process that supports improvement and satisfaction.
Who this course is for:
- This course is suitable for anyone who is involved in product or process design, development, testing, or improvement.