FMEA is a step by step proactive approach to identify all potential failures in design, process, system and machinery that can have impact on product or service. It is a systematic, qualitative tool to identify what can go wrong with a product or process. It helps to identify causes of failure and suitable control mechanism. This tool breaks down potential risk to manageable and quantifiable elements.
In today's competitive market environment, the industry has realized the fact that servicing unreliable products is a very costly proposition. To a large extent, reliability is built into the product during the design and development phase. Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an essential ingredient of reliability engineering and is a very powerful and effective technique used for improvement in the methodology used for design, assembly, materials engineering, servicing etc., for a diverse range of products and processes. FMEA can be effectively applied in case of new developments, new technologies and components/assemblies or products which have inherent problems to anticipate & prevent, showing up in practice during the product lifecycle by an approach using methodical thinking and validation of concepts.
In this module you will be experiencing FMEA principles, methodology etc. with real time case studies.
Learning Duration : 10 Hours
Price : Rs. 3000 + 18% GST (For participants from India) Price : USD 95 (For participants from Overseas)
This module is developed by Mr. M. C. Ramakrishnan, former Vice President - Quality, Bosch Limited. Mr. M. C. Ramakrishnan is an industry expert with over 37 years of experience in the field of quality tools like Six Sigma, SPC, MSA, Poka - Yoke etc.
He is a trained Six Sigma black belt and championed number of projects at Bosch Limited. He is trained FMEA Moderator; Corporate coordinator for FMEA in MICO Bosch. Having Good working knowledge of all statistical tools for quality. Trained EFQM excellence model assessor.
The index of topics of FMEA Web Tutor is as follows :
Introduction to FMEA
History of FMEA
Need for FMEA
Types of FMEA
Process flow of FMEA
Documents of FMEA
Planning for FMEA
Link between System, Design and Process FMEA
Design FMEA (DFMEA)
Documents of FMEA
Other considerations for DFMEA
Analysis of system and subsystems
Process FMEA (PFMEA)
Basics and importance of PFMEA
Approach followed in PFMEA
Other considerations for PFMEA
Alternate to RPN
Risk assessment matrix method
Alternate Failure assessment methods
Machinery FMEA (MFMEA)
Purpose and Benefits
Difference between DFMEA and MFMEA
Simple illustration, pictures & clear language
Easy to follow instructions/ steps. Well structured
Very excited about the professional approach. The course was so interesting that I did it in one attempt and have completed all modules including the quiz.