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Introduction to the FMEA World | the Five Steps of the FMEA Methodology | Risk Estimation | Risk Mitigation | PFMEA
What you’ll learn
What is FMEA?
The benefits of implementing FMEA in your Organization.
The different types of FMEA.
The Five Steps of FMEA.
How to Plan your FMEA Project.
How to conduct a Process Analysis for an FMEA.
Process Flow Analysis.
How to fill the FMEA Worksheet in a step-wise and structured way.
Risk Priority Number (RPN).
Action Priority (AP).
Basic understanding of the process to be analysed.
Basic understanding of Microsoft Excel.
This course is intended for professionals who, when designing new processes or analysing existing ones for better performance and efficiency, want a framework and set of tools and methods that:Identify areas of the process that may be at risk for failuresDetermine the degree of threat that these failures could lead to, internally or externallyAddress these potential failures to mitigate them and eliminate their potential effectsThis very well thought through, step wise and comprehensive FMEA course will help you design a manageable, predictable and reliable process.This course is definitely amongst the best resources available on the net to not only build a strong , real world and functional understanding of FMEA but also enables to put this knowledge right away into practice with realistic and very detailed examples.You will learn also some of quality and lean tools for process and failure analysis like Ishikawa, PDCA and Process Flow Analysis.This course will provide you with an overview of the concepts and you will be given multiple examples to see how to apply these concepts. Also, it is a highly recommended resource for those wishing to eventually gain certification like Six Sigma Green or Black Belt and it will support your career whether you want to:be an FMEA subject matter expert in your organizationfacilitate Process Improvement & Kaizen Workshopsbe a Quality or Risk Managerbe a Consultant supporting clients to identify threats they are facing in their processes and address themWhy is the course different?When I did start my career almost a decade ago and had to run an FMEA for a service process, with little to no knowledge on the methodology , I was quiet frustrated on how rare to find a structured resources or courses on FMEA that could help me understand how to apply the it a systematic, methodical and step wise approach. There were a lot of web sites, courses and Excel Sheets but none that explains the concepts behind and with real-life guiding examples, so that I could start right away with a practice.Today I am putting my experience of the last decade and my expertise in FMEA, in a top-quality, comprehensive yet concise, well-designed and easy to grasp course to help you avoid this frustration that I have lived when I was first confronted with FMEA.It doesn’t give a blind guide to fill an Excel Sheet but helps you understand the concepts behind and how the different elements of the FMEA Form Sheet fit together.What is the content of this course?This 1 hour course is well structured into 6 modules: an Introduction and 5 modules each addresses a step of the FMEA Methodology.Every module will include readings, discussions and lecture videos to help make sure you understand the material and concepts that are studied.After each module, you will be able to apply the gained knowledge straight away in your work, not only to create an FMEA but in other domains too.For each module you will have examples and downloadable templates you could use to apply it on your process.Tipp’s and Tricks on how to create a most efficient and robust FMEA.For whom is this course suitable?This course is suitable for students from all levels whether you are:A new comer in the FMEA World.You want to broaden your knowledge on FMEA.You have FMEA experience but you want to challenge your knowledge and look on the method from the five step approach angle
Section 1: Course Objectives
Lecture 1 Welcome to the course ” FMEA Methodology from A to Z”
Section 2: Introduction to FMEA: Failure Modes & Effects Analysis
Lecture 2 Quality and Risk
Lecture 3 What is FMEA ?
Lecture 4 Benefits of FMEA
Lecture 5 Types of FMEA
Lecture 6 The Five Steps of FMEA
Lecture 7 FMEA Worksheet
Section 3: Step 1: FMEA Planning and Preparation
Lecture 8 FMEA Planning
Lecture 9 FMEA Team
Lecture 10 FMEA Planning in the FMEA Worksheet
Section 4: Step 2: Process Analysis
Lecture 11 Process Requirements and Process Steps
Lecture 12 How to do a Process Analysis for your FMEA
Lecture 13 Practical Example for Process Analysis
Lecture 14 Process Analysis in the FMEA Worksheet
Section 5: Step 3: Failure Analysis
Lecture 15 Failure Modes, Effects and Causes
Lecture 16 Ishikawa or Fishbone Diagram
Lecture 17 Failure Net
Lecture 18 Practical Example for Failure Analysis
Lecture 19 Failure Analysis in the FMEA Worksheet
Section 6: Step 4: Risk Analysis
Lecture 20 Prevention and Detection Controls
Lecture 21 Severity, Occurrence and Detection
Lecture 22 Rating Tables
Lecture 23 Risk Priority Number (RPN)
Lecture 24 Risk Matrix (SxO)
Lecture 25 Action Priority
Lecture 26 Risk Analysis in FMEA Worksheet and Example
Section 7: Step 5: Risk Mitigation
Lecture 27 Risk Mitigation and Improvement Cycle
Lecture 28 Risk Mitigation in the FMEA Worksheet and Example
Operations & Quality Professionals and Managers.,Process Owners and Process Experts.,Manufacturing Engineers and Managers.,Service, Business Process & Continuous Improvement Professionals and Managers.,Risk & Project Managers.