Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), is an analytical method to ensure potential problems have been considered, assessed for risk and actioned as part of both product and process design. It provides a record of an organisations collective knowledge about products and processes. It is widely used in many industrial sectors such as automotive, aerospace, renewable energy and mobile power generation.
Who should attend?
This course is designed for Management Representatives, Implementation Teams, Internal Auditors and others who are involved in the implementation or auditing of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis.
Benefits and Learning Objectives
FMEA is used to support the introduction of new products and processes as well as supporting changes to existing products and processes.
It is often mandated by automotive, aerospace and other engineering primary manufacturers as a specific requirement to support the goal of defect prevention and the reduction of variation and waste.
Companies that apply FMEA successfully, see improved product conformity, better on time delivery performance and a reduction in the cost of non-quality.
Delegates will become competent in creating and analysing design and process FMEA’s and develop an understanding of the methods to implement Failure Mode and Effects Analysis within their organisation.
- Overview of the FMEA process
- General review of FMEA principles
- Design FMEA including start points
- Process FMEA including start points
- FMEA ranking tables and scoring
Through partnerships with both trade associations and leading companies in the Automotive, Aerospace and other engineering industries Industry Forum is able to keep up to date with latest requirements in Failure Modes and Effects Analysis.
Industry Forum can provide training and consultancy support to help embed robust Failure Modes and Effects Analysis processes and practices into organisations.
Training can be offered either through open courses or in-house to suit the customer requirements.
Course booking details
|22/01/2019||Birmingham (UK)||£349 (ex. VAT)||Limited Availability||Book Now|
|05/03/2019||Birmingham (UK)||£349 (ex. VAT)||Spaces Available||Book Now|
|09/04/2019||Birmingham (UK)||£349 (ex. VAT)||Spaces Available||Book Now|
|04/06/2019||Birmingham (UK)||£349 (ex. VAT)||Spaces Available||Book Now|