Price: $1,699.00

Length: 2 Days
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8D Training,  Eight Disciplines Training

8D Training covers the eight disciplines (8D) model used in advanced problem solving. 8D training covers the approach typically employed by quality engineers to identify, correct, and eliminate recurring problems as part of product and process improvement:

  • 8D approach establishes a permanent corrective action based on statistical analysis of the problem
  • 8D focuses on the origin of the problem by determining its root causes
  • It is comprised by eight stages, or disciplines
  • 8D is a structured corrective action process; 8D stands for the Eight Disciplines of Problem Solving
  • Root Cause Analysis(RCA) is an integral part of the 8D process

Root Cause as its simplest form means that you can turn off and on the problem in a controlled environment and it should explain 100% of the unwanted problem/defect and that there are no additional reasons that the problem exists.

8D Training Objectives

Upon completion of the 8D Training Course, the attendees are able to:

  • Define what 8D is
  • Demonstrate and apply 8D Problem Solving Process
  • Illustrate 8D Problem Solving Process by a diagram
  • Understand Root Cause Analysis and 5 Why’s applied to 8D
  • Apply 8D Eight Disciplines to problem solving
  • Become familiar with the 8D steps
  • Become more proficient at Root Cause Analysis using 5 Why’s
  • Learn about 8D checklist and best practices
  • Learn about How 8D aligns with SAE AS13000: Problem Solving Requirements for Suppliers

Learn and work with the 8 disciplines in 8D Training:

  • Introduction to 8D
    • What is 8D?
    • Overview the 8D methodology
    • Standardized structured approach to problem solving
    • Background to AS13000
    • 8D structured method
    • Identifying and correcting the root causes of events
    • The Eight Disciplines (8-D)
    • How to use disciplined problem solving
  • D0: prepare and Plan
    • Plan for solving the problem
    • Determine the prerequisites
    • Collect the symptoms
    • Validate symptoms through an established and agreed Checklist
    • Define emergency response action
  • D1: Use a team
    • Establish a team of people with product, process and quality knowledge
    • Stakeholders: Quality, Engineering, Manufacturing, Process Owner
  • D2: Define and describe the problem
    • Define and describe the problem
    • Specify the problem by identifying in quantifiable terms
    •  Define 5W2H for the problem
    • Who, what, where, when, why, how, and how many
  • D3: Develop interim containment plan
    • Develop interim containment plan
    • Implement and verify interim actions
    • Define and implement containment actions
  • D4: Determine, identify, and verify root causes
    • Determine, identify, and verify root causes and escape points
    • Identify all applicable causes that could explain why the problem occurred
  • D5: Choose and verify permanent corrections
    • Defining problem/nonconformity
  • D6: Implement and validate corrective actions
    • Define and implement the best corrective actions
  • D7: Take preventive measures
    • Modify the management systems, operation systems, practices, and procedures to prevent recurrence of this and all similar problems
  • D8: Congratulate your team
    • Recognize the collective efforts of the team. The team needs to be formally thanked by the organization

Hands-on Activities

  • 8D Problem Solving
  • Aligned with SAE AS13000
  • Analysis of 8D Problem Solving requirements
  • 8D problem solving process
  • AS13000 Templates are provided by TONEX

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