The FMEA, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, is considered to be the heart of risk management of any development process, providing a clear link between Design for Six Sigma and Design for Reliability and therefore ensures state-of-the-art products.
In this training, the reference book “Effective FMEA’s” from Carl Carlson is complemented with the Holland Innovative structural way of working, gained by years of experience. Goal is to reduce waste of time and effort, making FMEA’s more fun to do and get focus on all the high risks. You will learn how to facilitate these effective FMEA’s including the transformation into a risk mitigation plan. The FMEA will be turned into a “living document” and a risk tracking tool.
After an introduction into the field of FMEA’s, the CTQ flowdown and system decomposition with boundary and interface diagram are discussed to give insight in the product at hand. The results are input for the first prioritization step with the preliminary risk assessment. Several iterations with the Risk Maturity Matrix will point out the component(s) and function(s) with the highest risk.
Lectures are alternated with hands-on cases and exercises for each step within the FMEA process. Several tools and templates are presented to help the participant in facilitating effective and proper FMEA’s.
Course duration and number of participants
2 modules of 2 days each. Maximum group size: 12 participants
Ir. Marcel Logger, Dipl. Ing. Jalel Chaouachi, Ir. Dorien Lutgendorf
Beta Building High Tech Campus Eindhoven
Location and costs
Eindhoven: High Tech Campus 9 (Bèta Building). The costs are € 2.990,- (ex. VAT) per participant, including course materials, the book “Effective FMEA’s” by Carl Carlson, several Excel templates and lunch
Blok 1: 10-11 april 2019
Blok 2: 17-18 april 2019
Blok 3: 30-31 oktober 2019
Blok 4: 20-21 November 2019
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Martijn van Raamsdonk
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