This introductory course presents a step-by-step method for conducting Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA). It defines the role, methodologies, and implementation of FMEAs as an essential component of a preventive action program. Participants will determine FMEA objectives, potential failure cause and effect, assessment of risks, and preventive action plans. This interactive course includes handouts, practice exercises, job aids, design-process-service examples, quizzes, free FMEA excel template (editable) and a free desk reference. The class has been updated to be consistent with the FMEA 4th edition reference manual for use by automotive suppliers. The course requires the completion of a homework assignment that will be graded by an instructor. Feedback is provided on all assignments. Learning Outcomes Upon the completion of this course, you will be able to: define the properties of FMEA brainstorm potential failures assess risk of failure determine areas that need action apply FMEA methods know the roles for team participation complete FMEAs for your operations.
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