Training can be focused on a DFMEA or PFMEA analysis. Training participants will learn how to work with the method using practical examples. The prepared workshops will also allow you to acquire skills in defining non-conformities, describing prevention and control, and planning actions to reduce the risk.
The basic goals of the training are:
Overview of how to use FMEA analysis (scoring, analysis steps, risk estimation)
Discussion of the new requirements in the scope of FMEA against the background of the standards currently in force
FMEA standards in relation to the specificity of the organization.
Preparation of training participants to work in FMEA teams
Information about the program
FMEA as a risk management tool – what’s the point in improving structures and processes.
„Failure Mode” – different approaches to defining nonconformities.
„Effect Analysis” – customer groups for impact analysis.
FMEA analyzes in various phases of the project: design, trial series, serial production (APQP and MLA).
8D vs. FMEA – necessary common points (monitoring the compatibility of documentation).
Effectiveness of FMEA – FMEA analysis and quality cost accounting.
Design and process FMEA – outline of the course of the analysis.
7 steps of FMEA analysis according to AIAG&VDA requirements.
Relationship between FMEA and related risk assessment methods.
Forms for FMEA – an overview of possible options.
Risk assessments: AP, SOD, RPN, risk matrix.
Analysis of FMEA results – risk assessment with multiple indicators.
Defining the level of risk with the use of AP, RPN and risk matrix.
Process and product characteristics in FMEA – case study
STEP 1. Defining the FMEA range:
legal aspects and protection of know-how,
responsibility of the board,
FMEA for a “family” of products (generic),
„5T” a new approach to FMEA planning.
STEP 2. PFMEA: Process structure analysis:
defining process steps and work items (4M+),
STEP 2. DFMEA: Product structure analysis:
defining the structure: system-subsystem-assemblies-components,
boundary diagram (BD), PEIM,
visualization of the product structure.
STEP 3. Function analysis:
functions at the customer level – expectations analysis,
functions as expectations in a process or in design,
defining a function as a source to describe the causes.
STEP 4. Error net analysis:
looking for causes,
determining the effects of non-compliance for all customer groups
Building structures: black, green and red.
Analysis of drawings in terms of looking for functions.
Workshops with BD and parameter diagram (P-D).
STEP 5. Risk analysis:
new and “old” rating tables S, O, D – comparison,
prevention and detection and their impact on the value of risk assessment,
Action Priority (AP) – successor of the RPN index (determination and conduct in the field of improvement),
actions when AP=H and AP=M – when no action is required.
STEP 6. Optimization:
changes in the documentation of planned activities, suggested statuses,
methods of assessing the effectiveness of activities,
describing the expected level of risk.
STEP 7. Reporting:
FMEA report – new mandatory document,
FMEA revisions – when and how to document,
sharing FMEA outside the organization – new guidelines.
Changes in FMEA as a result of internal and external complaints.
Analyzing exemplary FMEA analyzes – “good” and “bad” patterns.
Distinguishing between prevention and control – specific cases.
Scoring the detection values – classic and non-classical controls.
Risk analysis for selected processes/constructions.
Assessment of archival analyzes.
Improving the provisions in the field of control and prevention
Creating a DFMEA / PFMEA analysis for selected processes – group workshops.
The training was designed on the basis of both the requirements of the new FMEA analysis manual issued by AIAG and VDA and the standards currently in force. During the training, PROQUAL trainers will provide participants with their knowledge resulting from their extensive experience in the area of moderating risk analyzes in various industries.
The training is tailored to the needs and specifics of the enterprise in which the participants of the classes work, so that the discussed examples can be later implemented while conducting own analyzes.
After the training, each participant will receive a certificate confirming completion of the training.
People responsible for conducting FMEA analyzes, process engineers responsible for their improvement – People who do not know FMEA and want to learn to conduct this analysis at a basic level.
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