Failure Mode & Effects Analysis
By utilizing the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) method of preparing for risk, manufacturing employees are able to to address challenges as they arise. During this course, participants gain a thorough introduction to the FMEA method, and understand how risk preparation strategies integrate with Lean Thinking principles.
Complicated projects often contain an element of risk which, if not properly accounted for, can lead to overwhelming failure, especially in the manufacturing sector. By utilizing the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) method of identifying and preparing for risk before taking action, leaders and employees alike are able to drastically reduce their possibility of failure, and have the resources necessary to address challenges should they arise.
During this course, participants gain a thorough introduction to and explanation of the FMEA method, and understand how risk preparation strategies integrate with Lean Thinking principles. The material discussed in this course is applicable to manufacturing employees of any role, industry, or department, and offers a universally-valuable set of resources for addressing issues of varying complexities.
- Analyzing current or recently-introduced workplace processes.
- Determining the priority of tasks and actions.
- Identifying and improving upon process deficiencies.
- Evaluating the benefit of updating an existing process.
- Realizing the impact of certain variables upon process analysis.
- Understanding an individual or team’s current limitations.
- Introduction to the FMEA methodology.
- Examination of the FMEA methodology’s benefits in the workplace.
- Understanding the relationship between cause and effect.
- Performing FMEA activities, step-by-step.
- Determining and interpreting risk priority.
- Applying the FMEA methodology in our own workplaces.
- Examples of FMEA usage throughout the manufacturing sector.
DURATION: One-Day Session
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: In-Person Classroom
SCHEDULE: Please contact Amy Edwards, EMC's Training Manager, at 1-866-323-4362 for upcoming course dates and times.
Training is available in English.