Failure Mode and Effects Analysis Executive Overview

Prevent and detect failure modes while making sure mechanisms are in place to ensure the control of ongoing processes. This course explains the nature of risk and describes key concepts critical to failure mode and effects analysis.

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Learn how to reduce risk, improve product and process quality, and increase customer satisfaction through the failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA). The FMEA provides a structured approach to identifying and prioritizing potential failure modes, taking action to prevent and detect failure modes and making sure mechanisms are in place to ensure ongoing process control.

  • Learning Objectives
    • Explain the nature of risk
    • Describe the key concepts critical to a failure mode and effects analysis
    • Explain how FMEA teams are established and be aware of tips and traps for conducting an effective FMEA
    • Identify inputs necessary for conducting a successful FMEA
    • Describe how failure modes, and their causes and effects, are identified
    • Explain how to assign rankings to risks associated with failure modes, and how to establish priorities for action
    • Identify mechanisms for reducing risks, once they've been identified
    • Explain the control plan's integral role in risk reduction efforts
  • Who Should Attend

    Appropriate for both those learners who have not previously studied the subject matter and those learners seeking a refresher course.

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    Course Data

    • CEU Hours: 0.4
    • ASQ RU: 0.4
    • Provider: eHigher Education
    • Course ID: FMEAEO01EHE
    • Course Length: 4 hours
    • You have 182 days to access this course.
    • Cancellation Policy

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