About the course
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a valuable tool originally created for preventing failure in both product and process design. Applied in the supply chain domain, FMEA can also be used to identify quality and delivery reliability risks derived from suppliers – safety systems, plant and equipment reliability and even once-in-a-lifetime events. In supply chain management, FMEA has proven a worthy tool when trying to clarify risks that suppliers create, especially in the context of lead-time, quality, and yield variations.
In product development, FMEA is not just a form to be completed by the responsible engineer after the design is complete. FMEAs should be planned to coincide with product development… when risks can be mitigated to an acceptable level in advance of product or process release.
This workshop follows a step-by-step method for conducting FMEAs following industry best practices. Participants will learn how to evaluate and realistically assess risks, and determine the levels of risk that trigger mitigation actions. Action plans derived from FMEAs, and methods to manage FMEA data for future use, are also covered in detail. Participants can expect team activities and relevant exercises in a dynamic, instructor-led, workshop format.
Alan G. Dunn is a management expert whose clientele has included some of the world’s most recognizable brands, Fortune 100 companies across a variety of business sectors, and departments of the U.S. government. With 40 years of experience, he has established a reputation as a leader in his field,...
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