Length: 2 Days
The purpose of the FMEA (failure modes and effects analysis) is to take actions to eliminate or reduce failures, starting with the highest-priority ones.
Failure modes and effects analysis also documents current knowledge and actions about the risks of failures, for use in continuous improvement. FMEA is used during design to prevent failures.
Begun in the 1940s by the U.S. military, failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) is a step-by-step approach for identifying all possible failures in a design, a manufacturing or assembly process, or a product or service. FMEA can be thought of in two parts:
- “Failure modes”means the ways, or modes, in which something might fail. Failures are any errors or defects, especially ones that affect the customer, and can be potential or actual
- “Effects analysis”refers to studying the consequences of those failures
Today, FMEA is commonly 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 procedures might also be applied before developing control plans for a new or modified process or when improvement goals are planned for an existing process, product, or service.
Additionally, FMEA is useful when analyzing failures of an existing process, product, or service or periodically throughout the life of the process, product, or service.
Analysts believe the benefits of FMEA are substantial, and include:
- Improved product and process reliability, quality, and safety
- Identify and eliminate or reduce potential product and process failures
- Document and organize shared knowledge for current and future use
- Reduce costs and problems later in the product lifecycle
- Better customer satisfaction
Ideally, organizations should begin using FMEA during the earliest conceptual design stages of a process or product, and then through the design or redesign process. FMEA can also be used effectively before developing control plans for a new or modified process, and for control before and during ongoing processes.
FMEA Training Course by Tonex
FMEA Training, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis training covers the procedures, tools and methods on how to identify potential modes of failure prior to the launch of a new product/system or modifying an existing one. Attendees will learn how to choose tools and manage projects and teams to effectively carry out FMEA processes.
FMEA training will teach the attendees how to reduce organization’s risk of costly mistakes and how to identify potential modes of failure before launching a new product or modifying an existing one. FMEA is a product development (or process analysis) tool used to anticipate modes of failure and mitigate potential risk.
FMEA training is a recommended training course designed for:
- System and software engineers
- System designers
- Process engineer
- Manufacturing supervisor
- Product engineer
FMEA Training Content
FMEA training will cover systematic analysis of the systems to whatever level of detail is required to demonstrate that no single failure will cause an undesired event.
FMEA training course will assist the attendees with the skills to conduct and complete an FMEA of products or processes along with process, product or service changes and modifications.
FMEA Training, failure mode and effect analysis course is a comprehensive training program covering foundation of FMEA, Design FMEA, Process FMEA and Software FMEA.
The FMEA training is excellent for professionals with any level of understanding of the subject. This FMEA training course covers the process of conducting system, design, redesign, process, service, and machine FMEAs. It provides the rationale for doing so. FMEA training attendees will understand what FMEA is, the different types of FMEA, how to construct an FMEA, and the linkages between FMEA and other tools such as ISO 9000:2000 standard, the Six Sigma approach.
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) training covers the details on addressing reliability during the early stages of design and shows the attendees how this method can help to improve design decisions and product quality during operation. We demonstrate a new way of organizing FMEA based on both the products function-structure relationship and the Voice of the Customer (VOC).
The importance of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) in product, system, design, process, or software is the main reason for effective FMEA Training by Tonex.
Tonex FMEA Training can be customized for your organization and includes tools, methods, procedures, best practices, lessons learned using the best practices and methods for different industries along with the hands-on experience through the FMEA workshop. Attendees can bring their own problems to solve.
Tonex basic FMEA, Design FMEA (DFMEA) Training, Process FMEA (PFMEA) Training and FMECA Training prepares the attendees with creative and innovative development process, team and role play and the working on FMEA process hands-on.
Learn how Process FMEA starts as a documented analysis implemented to help prevent and/or detect process problems and their causes: identify concerns with the sources of variation and then define and take corrective action. Process FMEA will help you to access risk or the likelihood of significant problem, troubleshoot problems with tools such as Process flow diagram with brief description of the manufacturing process or operation.
- Quality and Reliability
- FMEA process as it is applied to product, process, or system/software
- Value of FMEA in product and process development
- Quality, Reliability and Failure Prevention
- FMEA is a Tool
- FMEA when it is applied to interaction of subsystems and parts or System Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (SFMEA)
- FMEA applied to a product or Design Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (DFMEA)
- FMEA applied to a or Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (PFMEA)
- Potential modes of failure and their relationship to product design or manufacturing process, software engineering
- Discover and analyze failure modes
- FMEA methods, types, roles, responsibilities, modeling, documentation, implementation, corrective action, tools, and software
- FMEA role in quality and productivity improvement
- DFMEA and PFMEA
- DFMEA in the design process from the high level and preliminary design
- System, Product and Process problems before they occur
- Corrective actions to decrease risk of failure
- The reasons FMEA’s fail
Introduction to FMEA
- What is an FMEA ( Failure Mode and Effects Analysis)?
- FMEA key terms and principles
- Benefits of FMEA
- Definition of Failure Modes
- Objectives of an FMEA
- Carrying out an FMEA
- FMEA Standards
- How FMEA is used
- FMEA Process
- FMEA Reporting
- Evaluating the Effects of each Failure Mode on your System
- Failure Detection Methods and Corrective Actions
Steps in the FMEA Process
- Failure modes (What could go wrong?)
- Failure causes (Why would the failure happen?)
- Failure effects (What would be the consequences of each failure?)
- FMEA Matrix
- Probability of occurrence
- Probability of detection
Inside FMEA Matrix
- How to Complete a Process FMEA
- Failure Mode
- What could go wrong?
- Failure Causes
- Why would the failure happen?
- Failure Effects
- What would be the consequences of failure?
- Likelihood of Occurrence
- Likelihood of Detection
- Risk Priority Number (RPN)
- Likelihood of Occurrence × Likelihood of Detection × Severity
- Typical Tools Used in FMEA
- Teams and Team Mechanics of FMEA
- Concept FMEA
- System FMEA
- Design FMEA
- Process FMEA
- Service FMEA
- Machine FMEA
FMEA Case Studies and Workshops
- FMEA Flow and its Role In Failure Mode Avoidance
- Automotive Industry
- Electromechanical Industry
- Hardware and Software
- Semiconductor Industry
- Medical Device Industry
- Oil and Gas
- Green Industry
- FMEA Lessons Learned
- Tonex’s FMEA Process
- FMEA Checklist
Who Should Attend
Anyone interested to identify and reduce risk including design and/or process managers and engineers, or anyone in the fields of manufacturing, quality assurance, reliability research, development, and safety engineering.