Course NameLength
Applied Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Workshop | Safety Critical Process Analysis2 days
DFMEA Training | Design FMEA Training2 days
Effective FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) Workshop2 days
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) for Managers2 days
Failure Mode And Effects Analysis (FMEA) Hands-on Bootcamp for Engineers and Managers2 days
Failure Mode Effect and Diagnostic Analysis (FMEDA) Fundamentals2 days
FMEA For Medical Devices2 days
FMEA Training | Failure Modes and Effects Analysis2 days
FMEA, FTA and Risk Assessment for Medical Devices | Training Bootcamp2 days
Fundamentals of Medical Device Awareness Single Audit Program (MDSAP)2 days
Healthcare Systems Engineering and Informatics2 days
Healthcare Systems Engineering Training2 days
Innovative Design of Medical Devices Training2 days
Introduction to ISO 14971: Risk Management of Medical Device Software2 days
Introduction to MDR (Medical Device Regulation) compliant QMS2 days
Medical Device Development in a Market Environment workshop2 days
Medical Device Regulation (MDR) Technical Analysis and Documentation2 days
Medical Device Systems Engineering and Management2 days
PFMEA Training | Process FMEA Training2 days
Regulations for Medical Device Development Workshop2 days
Reliability with FMEA and FMECA2 days
Safety Risk Management for Medical Devices: Aligning with ISO 14971:20192 days
SFMEA, Software Failure Modes Effects Analysis Training2 days
Software FMEA Workshop for Aerospace2 days
Systems Challenges for Public Health Workshop2 days
Systems Engineering for Healthcare IT workshop2 days
Systems Engineering with FMEA, FMECA, RBD, and FTA Training2 days

FMEA Training

FMEA, FTA and Risk Assessment for Medical Devices

Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a tool used to assess the reliability of systems and identify potential failures in projects, processes, products or services.

With FMEA, it is possible to define a plan to proactively correct these potential failures and thus avoid their negative effects.

FMEA is widely used across industries from software development to manufacturing to healthcare, throughout product or process life cycles.

In just about all organizations, FMEA can help team leaders discover failure points early on to improve safety and quality as well as satisfy customers and save money.

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis is a living document that records all potential product and process failures and minimizes risk of product and process failures through corrective action. FMEA also documents results and insights for current and future product and process success.

The aerospace, nautical and automotive industries have used FMEA extensively for many years. As far back as the 1960s, FMEA received considerable attention when NASA used it in their Apollo missions.

The point is, FMEA has been around so long because it works as a preemptive look into identifying potential problems earlier in the design process. This is an important cost savings measure for organizations and agencies because scrap, rework, defects, retesting, and recalls are expensive.

Reducing costs and problems later in the product lifecycle improves product and process reliability, quality, and safety, which results in better customer satisfaction.

Failure Mode and Effect Analysis is often used when a process, product, or service is being designed or redesigned, after quality function deployment (QFD), or when an existing process, product, or service is being applied in a new way.

FMEA is also used by organizations before developing control plans for a new or modified process, or when improvement goals are planned for an existing process, product or service.

FMEA Course by Tonex

Tonex offers several 2-day courses in FMEA that cover key aspects on how to effectively carry out  Failure Mode and Effects Analysis. Participants learn how FMEA is best used and when it should be implemented by organizations and agencies.

Special types of FMEAs are also covered such as Design FMEA. Important industrial uses like how FMEA fits into healthcare (FMEA for Medical Devices) are delved into as well.