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DFMEA Training, Design FMEA Training by TONEX

DFMEA Training, design FMEA training course helps FMEA personnel to put severity, occurrence, and detection rankings in action in order to discover the relation between the DFMEA/PFMEA or Design FMEA and the Process FMEA.

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Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is defined as a regular technique used to inhibit failure. Such action is conducted through the exploration of potential failure modes and the reasons can cause such failure. FMEA actions occur within a team activity by tackling high severity, high occurrence, and high detection rankings that is determined by the analysis. Only through the preventive process of FMEA we can assure the product performance is satisfactory and the chance of the product failure is reduced. The Design FMEA training course will help you explore these steps in detail and learn how to put them in action to prevent the system failure.

Trainees will also learn about:

  • How to gather an effective DFMEA multidisciplinary team
  • How to collect Pre-Work documents to speed up the DFMEA
  • How to create an efficient DFMEA path
  • How to identify the function of the product
  • How to identify potential failure modes
  • How to identify failure effects
  • How to identify the severity of the effect
  • How to determine potential causes of the failure mode
  • How to identify design verifications for the causes
  • How to come up with action plan
  • How to relate the Design Verification Plan to Design Reviews
  • How to calculate the Risk Priority Number from (RPN)
  • How to develop corrective and preventive actions
  • How to prioritize actions based on the RPN

The DFMEA Training, Design FMEA training course will also address the relationship between FMEA process and FTA, DVP&R, and control plans. At TONEX, our instructors will teach this seminar in both theoretical and practical. Students will experience designing and developing an FMEA and risk analysis in the class.

Design FMEA training, as an extension of FMEA techniques are considered as a quality improvement tool. One of the reasons why FMEA has gained interests in recent years is because of automotive industry and implementing ISO/TS 16949. However, other industries such as aerospace, pharmaceutical, and electronics can benefit from such practice as a risk analysis tool and to increase the quality of their products. One of the beauties of this technique is its simplicity. Quality improvement tools are often made of complicated statistical analysis. Such simple yet sufficient and effective quality technique can save costs for the company.

Why TONEX?

TONEX’s experienced instructors understand the importance of cutting costs and appreciate methods leading to saving money for companies. They also are thoroughly familiar with the quality methods including root cause analysis and FMEA. They will help you develop the best FMEA suitable for your industry and your unique products.

Who Should Attend?

The DFMEA training, Design FMEA  training is a 2-day course designed for:

  • Engineers, scientists, and managers involved with manufacturing
  • Production and manufacturing team
  • Product design personnel
  • Reliability, testing, and quality team members
  • R&D personnel
  • Product and process assurance people
  • Assembly personnel

What Will You Learn?

Below are the major topics will be covered in this seminar (more details can be found under the full course description):

  • Overview
  • Purpose of an FMEA
  • Design-FMEA vs Process-FMEA
  • DFMEA, Design-FMEA
  • Process-FMEA

 

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