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One - Day Workshop on
(Design) Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
14th April 2012 at Hotel Pride, Pune
Timings : 9:00 a.m to 5:30 p.m.
Design Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (DFMEA) is a powerful tool to identify risks and prioritise mitigation actions. It is often a mandatory requirement for products to gain forms of certification (eg CE). This practical workshop will step delegates though a case study based workshop - learning how to analyse the product functions in terms of risk, identify failure modes & effects, and to set priorities using the severity rating scale.
DFMEA or Design Failure Mode Effect Analysis is a simple, down-to-earth proactive technique to design reliability into products. This technique also helps to redesign the existing processes. DFMEA relies heavily on systematic and logical approach through team work, rather than complex mathematical Analysis.
Prevention is always better than cure! FMEA was originally developed in the 1960's in the aerospace industry as a systematic method of identifying and investigating potential design and process weaknesses. FMEA is now widely used to evaluate and manage risk in both product and process design. Through identification and evaluation of potential areas of failure, an organisation can identify preventative actions and therefore, minimise the risk of design and process failures and inconsistencies.
This interactive one-day course introduces application of DFMEA technique towards robust product design.
Participants attending this course will be able to:
Who should attend?
Plant Heads, Manufacturing Process Owners, Quality function heads, R&D Team, Improvement team leaders. Program Managers, Product Mangers, Quality Managers, Design Engineers, APQP Team, Product Designers, Production, Operation, Sales, Design & Development, Production, Maintenance, Tooling and Quality Executives.
Mr. S. L. Kore
Head of the Quality Assurance Department (17years) - DGM
Professional Achievements and Activities:
I) PFMEA (Process Failure Mode & Effect Analysis).
II) Statistical Process Control (SPC)
III) Design of Experiments (DOE)
IV) Poka Yoke