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FMEA for Beginners: Taking Preventive Action

Course ID FMEA01JPR
Format E-Learning

Assess your organization’s risk of failure. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an essential component of a preventive action program. This course helps you implement this vital methodology while analyzing risks, determining areas in need of action, and applying mistake-proofing techniques.


This introductory course presents a step-by-step method for conducting Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA). It defines the role, methodologies, and implementation of FMEAs as an essential component of a preventive action program. Participants will determine FMEA objectives, potential failure cause and effect, assessment of risks, and preventive action plans. This interactive course includes handouts, practice exercises, job aids, design-process-service examples, quizzes, free FMEA excel template (editable), and a free desk reference. The class has been updated to be consistent with the FMEA 4th edition reference manual for use by automotive suppliers.
The course requires the completion of a homework assignment that will be graded by an instructor. Feedback is provided on all assignments.

Access to this course is for 90 days from the date of purchase. Any assignment that is failed and retaken will incur a remarking fee.

Course Data

  • CEU Hours: 0.5
  • Length: 5 Hours
  • ASQ RU: 0.5
  • Audience: New to Quality
  • Provider: Quality WBT
Course Overview

Learning Objectives:

  • Define the properties of FMEA
  • Brainstorm potential failures
  • Assess risk of failure
  • Determine areas that need action
  • Apply FMEA methods
  • Know your role for team participation
  • Apply mistake
  • proofing techniques
  • Describe the purpose of the FMEA process.
  • List at least three benefits of utilizing FMEA.
  • Explain when FMEA should and should not be performed.
  • Define the FMEA terms: failure mode, failure effect, failure cause, severity, occurrence, and detection.
  • Complete a sample Design FMEA.
  • Complete a sample Process FMEA.
  • Write an executive summary for a sample FMEA.
  • Locate documents pertaining to FMEA (TE spec. 402-29, FMEA guides, QMD Web site tools etc.).
Outline
  1. Understanding FMEAS
    1. FMEA Benefits
    2. History
    3. Types
  2. Preparing for the FMEA
    1. Definition of Scope
    2. Establishment of Boundaries
    3. Assembling the Team
    4. Team Dynamics
  3. Gathering and Developing Preliminary Data
    1. Review All Available Products/Process Information
    2. Put It in a Picture/ Describe the Object of the FMEA
    3. Develop an FMEA Worksheet
    4. Brainstorm on Potential Failure Modes
  4. Determining Severity – Occurrence – Detection Ratings
    1. Defining the Ratings
    2. Risk Priority Numbers
    3. Prioritizing Failure Modes
  5. Preventing Problems
    1. Recommended Action
    2. Expect the Unexpected: Mistake Proofing
    3. Assign Responsibility for and Follow up on Recommended Action
    4. Re-evaluate Risk
Details

Format

This is a self-paced course that can be started at any time. You have 90 days to complete the course. Course content is nine hours long and is worth .50 CEU hours or .50 ASQ RUs.

Materials Provided

  • Example of FMEA for Service
  • Example FMEA for Design – Process
  • Blank FMEA Form
  • Rating Scales
  • Glossary
  • Desk Reference
System Requirements
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  • Audio speakers or headset
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Refund Policy
We will refund you in full if you cancel your course within 30 calendar days of purchase and if no more than one module, other than the Course Navigation module, in the course has been accessed. If more than one module, other than the Course Navigation module, in the course is accessed, no refund will be provided even within 30 calendar days of purchase.
 

Enrollment Details

Format: Classroom
Format: E-Learning

Internet-based, self-paced training modules, which may involve combinations of text, visuals, audio, interactive simulations and quizzes (see specific courses for features and tools).  These web-based courses require a computer and Internet access.

FMEA01JPR Self-Paced English 90 Days List: $169 Member: $152
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