Business Excellence Skillnet
We are pleased to be able to offer a limited number of free places for jobseekers on our network programmes
DATES: 19th February 2014
TIME: 9am – 5pm
LOCATION: South East
COST: fully booked
This FMEA training course is one day customised programme, designed to introduce candidates to Lean Six Sigma, concentrating on the three key areas of Failure Mode Effect Analysis and how they impact on overall Business Process Improvement.
What Is an FMEA?
The History of FMEAs
What Is the Purpose of an FMEA?
Part of a Comprehensive Quality System
FMEAs and Bottom-Line Results
The FMEA Process
Evaluating the Risk of Failure
Assessing the Risk Priority Number
FMEA Start-Up Worksheet
Product/Design versus Process FMEAs
Ten Steps for an FMEA
The FMEA Worksheet
Step 1: Review the Process or Product
Step 2: Brainstorm Potential Failure Modes
Step 3: List Potential Effects for Each Failure Mode
Steps 4—6: Assigning Severity, Occurrence, and Detection Rankings
Step 5: Assign an Occurrence Ranking for Each Failure Mode
Step 6: Assign a Detection Ranking for Each Failure Mode and/or Effect
Step 7: Calculate the Risk Priority Number for Each Failure Mode
Step 8: Prioritize the Failure Modes for Action
Step 9: Take Action to Eliminate or Reduce the High-Risk Failure Modes
Step 10: Calculate the Resulting RPN as the Failure Modes Are Reduced
When and Where to Use FMEAs
FMEA Case Study
On the course completion candidates will:
- Know what FMEA is and what is its purpose
- Know what FMEA Process is
- Know the difference between Product/Design and Process FMEA
- Be familiar with 10 steps of an FMEA
- Be aware where and when FMEA can be used
This FMEA training programme may be beneficial to all personnel who wish to learn how to improve processes, reduce variation and reduce waste in all its forms.
It is recommended that attendees have already identified a process they are actively trying to improve
We propose Bernard Mulcahy as a lead presenter for this course.
Bernard is an experienced management professional with 20 plus years hands on experience. Mostly recently Bernard has worked as European Quality Systems Manager with responsibility for the successful global deployment of the integrated management system (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & ISO 27001) and driving improvement using Lean, Agile and Six Sigma methodologies. During Bernard’s career, he’s been responsible for many significant process changes and improvements. He has the practical experience as a Black Belt in implementation of lean and continuous improvement in supply chain, manufacturing and ICT domains. Project implementations were across global sites and functions.
He has also a solid background in implementation and maintenance of accredited ISO systems across multiple global sites.
Bernard, as a trainer, is motivated by the knowledge and insights that lean Six Sigma and standards bring to individuals and organisations and the resultant process improvements that bring real value to their organisations.
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The Business Excellence Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
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