System FMEA / DFMEA / DVP&R / Characteristics Linkage

SEMINAR GOALS

  • Explain the difference between DFMEA and SFMEA
    • Demonstrate an ability to properly construct a Boundary (Block) Diagram
  • Explain the use of an inter-relationship matrix to identify relationships between components and higher level systems
  • Demonstrate an ability to properly and effectively complete all items in the DFMEA process
    • Identify Functions, Requirements, Failure Modes, Causes and Controls and properly enter the information in a DFMEA
  • Demonstrate how to use the output from a DFMEA to develop a test plan (DVP&R)
  • Explain how a DFMEA can help identify effects and severity for a process failure mode
  • Identify special characteristics in product design
  • Continual improvements with a focus on the use of Sev, Sev x Occ, and Sev x Occ x Det ratings
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New Design/System FMEA and AIAG and VDA harmonized

SEMINAR GOALS

  • Provide a hands-on approach to the FMEA process and its relationship to program deliverables and status reporting to provide the competencies needed to introduce new products and processes smoothly
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Process Flow, PFMEA and Control Plans

SEMINAR GOALS

  • Demonstrate an ability to properly and effectively complete all items in the PFMEA process.
    • Demonstrate an ability to properly construct a Process Flow Diagram.
    • Identify steps, requirements, failure modes, causes and controls and properly enter the information in a PFMEA.
  • Explain the relationship among a Process Flow Diagram, PFMEA and Control Plan.
  • Identify special characteristics in manufacturing process design.
  • Explain how to prioritize continual improvements with a focus on the use of Sev, Sev x Occ, and Sev x Occ x Det ratings.
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New Process FMEA and AIAG and VDA harmonized

SEMINAR GOALS

Provide a hands-on approach to the FMEA process and its relationship to program deliverables and status reporting to provide the competencies needed to introduce new processes smoothly.

After this training, the participants will have a clear understanding of the following

  • Process flow
  • Links between Process Flow, PFMEA, Control Plan and Work Instructions
  • Process FMEA and Control Plan
  • Aspects of the 1st edition of FMEA handbook (2018) released by AIAG-VDA
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