Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, Manufacturing and Process
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Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, Manufacturing and Process

July 11 - July 12

This course provides a structured guide to the process of performing an effective Failure Mode and Effects Analysis for Manufacturing Processes (PFMEA). PFMEA can be performed during development of manufacturing processes to minimize scrap and rework and to minimize the risk of quality “escapes”. It is also a highly effective technique to use in planning under any quality management system standard, such as ISO 9001 and ISO 13485.

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Design and implement a process to perform Design Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
  • Identify and select the appropriate participants for a FMEA Team
  • Identify design failure modes and determine the relative ranking of failures using risk priority numbers
  • Explain the different type of FMEA’s and be able to choose the appropriate type
  • Develop a Design FMEA for your organization through hands-on activities and workshop exercises

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Who Should Attend:
This course is for manufacturing and design engineers, production managers, and quality engineers/managers who are assigned to work on Failure Modes and Effects Analysis in Manufacturing Processes.

Prerequisites:
No prior knowledge is required to attend this course but bringing an application to the class for a Manufacturing Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis would be beneficial.

Cost: 1-day class

Location: Oregon Bio Virtual Classroom

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Online

Organizer

Oregon Bioscience Association
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