Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
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Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a valuable tool for preventing failure in both product and process design. FMEA is not a form to be completed alone by the responsible engineer after the design has been completed. FMEA should be planned to coincide with product development when risks can be mitigated to an acceptable level in advance of product or process release.
FMEA Training is part of a successful FMEA strategy. A FMEA strategy is comprised of three elements:
- Commitment to the prevention of failure using FMEA
- Acquisition of knowledge of FMEA and its proper use
- Practice of efficient FMEA development using a clear method and process
This program designed and customized to fit the requirements of Vietnam Tailored Garments to provide workshop content related to Garment industry as well as solutions to typical FMEA development obstacles.
|Introduction and Voice of the Customer (VOC)||Now 29th 2017|
8:30 – 12:00
13:30 – 16:30
|FMEA Process Overview|
|· What is Risk?|
|· History and Purpose of FMEA|
|· Standards and Guidelines to be followed|
|· FMEA – Where it fits in the Product Development Process|
|· System / Subsystem / Component Design FMEA|
|· Production and Assembly Process FMEA|
|· Machinery and Equipment FMEA|
|· Typical Applications|
|FMEA Development Methodology|
|· Failure Mode Avoidance (FMA) & Failure Prevention Analysis (FPA)|
|· Team Structure and rules for efficiency – Cross Functional Team (CFT)|
|Links Between Design and Process FMEA|
|· Special Characteristics (Critical and Significant)|
|· Collaboration on Special Characteristics|
|· Characteristics as Inputs to PFMEA|
|Workshop 1: Review Product and Processes to be performed|
|Practical Application of the Design FMEA Technique|
|Workshop 2: Construct Boundary / Process Flow Diagrams and Parameter Diagrams|
|FMEA Development Methodology – Three Path Model||Now 30th 2017|
8:30 – 12:00
13:30 – 16:30
|· Path 1|
|o Functions / Failure Modes / Effects of Failure / Severity|
|o Severity Ranking Guidelines|
|o Actions for High Severity (9 and 10)|
|· Path 2|
|o Causes / Prevention Controls / Occurrence|
|o Occurrence Ranking Guidelines|
|o Inputs to 5 why and C&E Analysis|
|o Actions to eliminate and / or reduce cause probability|
|· Path 3|
|o Test and Verification Methods|
|o Detection Ranking Guidelines|
|o Actions to improve tests and verification techniques|
|o Risk Priority Number (RPN)|
|Workshop 3: Root cause analysis and verified|
|Workshop 4: Process FMEA Development|
|Keys to Success and Efficient FMEA Development|
|· Technology Blocks for Failure Mode / Cause Mechanism History|
|· FMEA Matrices (Lean FMEA)|
|Other Tools and Techniques Used or Related to FMEA|
|· Statistical Process Control (SPC) for Special Characteristics|
|· Eight Disciplines of Problem Solving (8D) and FMEA Links|
|Day Two Review and Q&A|
|Exam and Certificate|
Arrange by customer, but to good maintain classes, number of participant should be not excess 20 people.
PROGRAM COST: Contact for Quotation
Note: This cost is including VAT, Accommodation, Travel, Training material, Certificate.
MBB. PHAM THANH DIEU – LEAN6SIGMA, FMEA, SCM, BSC, ERP CONSULTANT
Telephone: 098. 8000. 364, email: email@example.com
Master Black Belt and Lean6sigma group leader (Lean6sigma Vietnam Network) www.lean6sigma.vn , Owned forum, www.leansigmavn.com , Chairman and Deputy Director of Continuous Improvement Consulting JSC; www.cicc.com.vn . With more than 15 years fulltime working, training and consulting in field of continuous improvement FMEA, Lean, 6 Sigma, Lean6sigma, Supply Chain and Balance Scorecard, ERP system.
Besides he was a collaborator Lean6Sigma network bulletins, the magazine of Vietnam Supply Chain Insight, The Saigon Times, and numerous magazine and other online forums. Some customer Dieu has been consulting and training for application and deployment Six Sigma, Lean, Lean6sigma such as Chantelle VN, Hansae TG, Nhabe Garment, Taekwang VN, Bunge VN, YKK VN, KOTOBUKI VN, CS Wind VN, SPi Global VN, Posco VN, Spatronic VN, Kimberly Clark VN, Nitto Denko VN, Vinamilk, ANZ VN Bank, Trung Nguyen Coffee, Olam Café VN, Datalogic Scanning VN, Rang Dong Plastic, Crucialteck Electronic, Thanh Nhon JSC, HUDA Beer, Vinh Khanh Cable-Plastic, Saigon Cable, Tan Tien Packaging, Kosvida, Van Nga Packaging, SOVI Packaging, Starprint VN, Vinh Long Food, and many other clients can refer www.cicc.com.vn for detail.
Dieu has extensive experience in coaching, training & implementation Lean6Sigma and other continuous improvement tools. Flexibility, enthusiasm and patience is the virtue of his to help organization introduce and promote better understanding of the theory and application Lean6Sigma and organizations enables to manage and operate an effective the production of their business. He has very deep understanding of the principles Lean6Sigma and change management system from traditional manufacturing and services to Lean6Sigma production services. He approached Lean, Six Sigma, Supply Chain, and Balance Scorecard from sitting in a chair at the school and pursued until now. Dieu has practical experience working on large Lean6Sigma global company as:
Mr. Dieu worked at Samsung Electronics Corporation in 2002 – 2004, the company specializes in electrical and electronic products owner by Korea have successfully applied the Six Sigma management system since 1997, at that time Mr. Dieu has responsible for improving the full time in Six Sigma department, he has completed the program Green Belt and Black Belt at Samsung. In 2004-2005 he joined the group’s fourth-largest wholesaler Metro Cash & Carry, he was responsible for the assessment and selection of suppliers and ensure quality of goods imported into the Metro Store for non-food products bearing its own brand of Metro, and he has completed courses in Supply Chain Systems here and some soft skill else.
From 2005 – 2007 he joined the Johnson Control Corporation, is a rich and powerful corporations in the Top 100 U.S. entrepreneurs are specialized inside, interior systems and batteries for cars, in this time Mr. Dieu is the head of continuous improvement department, is responsible for establishing and maintaining system improvements through the introduction and implementation of Lean6Sigma, he has completed extensive training courses on application deployment Lean6Sigma in Malaysia, completion Study Master Black Belt.
From 2007 – 2009 he spent so much time to research the application of continuous improvement in Viet Nam enterprise with Lean6Sigma during the time he worked for FPT corporation, where he was responsible for research and introducing Lean6Sigma for the whole group, formulate strategies and implement plans Lean6Sigma, recruitment, training and advice to member companies in the group, building structure and standards to guide improvements continue. From 2009 – 2010 he joined in Government Organization is Quality and Testing Center 3, he is Head of Lean6sigma Department.
Up to now, Dieu and other consultants established and build up the Continuous Improvement Consult Joint Stock Company (www.cicc.com.vn ), he is a Chairman and Deputy Director. His Company becomes a partnership with Hirayama Japan, American Society for Quality (ASQ-AUTO), Robinson Consulting Group (USA), URS (Korea) Micon Thailand, Lean6sigma Vietnam Network, and Supply Chain Insight.