FMEA (Faliure mode & Effects Analysis)

By: Business Impact UK Ltd  24/04/2013
Keywords: lean, FMEA, Waste Identification

Failure Modes and Effect Analysis is methodology for analysing potential reliability problems early in the development cycle where it is easier to take actions to overcome these issues, thereby enhancing reliability through design. FMEA is used to identify potential failure modes, determine their effect on the operation of the product and identify actions to mitigate the failures. Who is it for? This workshop is for Engineers / Technical Specialists and Managers who would like an appreciation / understanding of FMEA. Theory covered includes: • The concept of FMEA and risk • Design of FMEA and process FMEA • Calculating RPN (Risk Priority Number) – Severity, Occurrence, Detection • The FMEA Sheet • Creating an action plan using FMEA Benefits: • Improved quality • Improved customer satisfaction • Reduced down time • Creates emphasis on problem prevention • Reduced waste • Improved staff skill levels

Keywords: Faliure mode & Effects Analysis, FMEA, lean, Waste Identification,

Contact Business Impact UK Ltd


Print this page

Other products and services from Business Impact UK Ltd

Pre-Employment Railway Engineering from Business Impact UK Ltd thumbnail

Pre-Employment Railway Engineering

Want to Work in Rail? Fully Funded Places are Available!


Team Work

TEAM – Together Everyone Achieves More


Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Performing Manufacturing

Get Trained, Get Paid, Get Qualified!


Level 2 NVQ - Food Manufacturing Excellence

Course review: "Productivity", "Lean Thinking", "Continuous Improvement" and "Waste" - all these terms are synonymous with the Manufacturing Sector.


Intermediate Apprenticeship in Food & Beverage Services

  This is a 9 month programme and all elements must be completed in order to achieve an Apprenticeship


Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Course review: There are a number of Levels of Six Sigma training that can be attained by those who


Team Working

Course review: Team Working is defined as a work practice based on the use of teams, or groups of


Value Stream Mapping (VSM)

Course review: Value Stream Mapping (VSM), sometimes referred to as the "Learning to See" Map or cartoon, has emerged


SMED (Single Minute Exchange of Die)

Course review: SMED is a lean methodology that reduces downtime due to machine setups and changeovers. It is a


OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness)

Course review: The application of Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is different for everyone. OEE truly reduces complex production problems


SPC (Statistical Process Control)

Course review: SPC is a measurement tool for the variation, range and reliability of your manufacturing processes. The aim