Webinar on Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA)
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an established technique used to identify and mitigate risks associated with manufacturing and assembly processes. FMEA is applicable to a broad range of processes, including those which produce a raw material, an individual component, a sub-assembly, or a complete assembly.
FMEA is a logical technique used to identify and eliminate possible causes of failure. The technique requires a sequential, disciplined approach by engineers to assess systems, products or processes in order to establish the modes of failure and the effects of failure on the system, product or process. This is to ensure that all possible failure modes have been fully identified and ranked in order of their importance.
This webinar is based on the Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) and the International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA) certified courses. The CQI is the only chartered professional body dedicated entirely to quality and IRCA is its specialist division dedicated to management system auditors. To find out more about the CQI & IRCA certified courses related to FMEA, please click on the link below:
This free course is a recording of the Webinar delivered on 11th November 2020 by Geoff Vorley – Quality Management & Training (QM&T)
For more information please visit: https://qmt.co.uk/