Increase productivity and predict potential process and design problems.
This program will review effective methods of performing FMEA analysis. Learn how FMEAs and control plans work together to address potential failure modes and to focus on high-risk areas. Understanding and use of FMEAs increases productivity and predicts potential process and design problems.
This program reviews effective methods of performing product and process FMEA analysis. Participants will learn how FMEAs and control plans work together to address potential failure modes and to focus on high-risk areas.
♦ Basics of design and process FMEAs
♦ Use of FMEAs to gain effectiveness
♦ Critical factors for completing FMEAs
♦ Risk evaluation
♦ FMEA development skill sessions
♦ Elimination of potential failures
Participants are encouraged to bring parts, problems and examples for group discussion.
Instructor, Kent Keeney, is an engineering professional with more than 35 years of practical experience in quality and manufacturing process improvement methods. Keeney excels in design and implementation of quality management systems. He is experienced and knowledgeable in all areas of Quality and Lean Manufacturing. His education, many years of industry experience, and a creative attitude has uniquely positioned him as a leading author and trainer in the field of Quality and Lean Manufacturing.
Take all eight classes to earn the Quality Engineer Certificate (Non-Automotive).