GRIFFITH TRAINING
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis Course Outline
Hours: 8 Hours (without workshop project)/16 Hours (with workshop project)
Introduction: The purpose of this course is to cover methods and techniques for completion of Design and Process oriented FMEA’s. This course is designed for a variety of audiences including Quality, Manufacturing, and Engineering personnel.
Text: Potential Failure Modes and Effect Analysis (AIAG Manual)
Pre-Requisite: None
Tailoring Option: As an option, a specific assembly of choice will be reviewed in advance of the course for the purpose of integrating it into the class as a workshop model. Using this option, an actual FMEA will, at minimum, be well underway before the class is completed.
  • Introduction
    Overview
    Purpose of FMEA
    Design Vs. Process FMEA
    Applicable Definitions
    Using FMEA results
    FMEA’s and Process Control
  • Design FMEA's
    Purpose
    Design Responsibility
    Levels of Preparation
    FMEA Teams
    Item/Function
    Structured FMEA Format
    Failure Modes
    Effects
    Severity
    Evaluation Criteria
    Causes
    Occurrence
    Current Controls
    Detection
    RPN Number
    Recommended Actions
    Responsibility
    Actions Taken
    New RPN Number
    Follow-up
  • Process FMEA's
    Purpose
    Design Responsibility
    Levels of Preparation
    FMEA Teams
    Item / Function
    Structured FMEA Format
    Failure Modes
    Effects
    Severity
    Evaluation Criteria
    Causes
    Occurrence
    Current Controls
    Detection
    RPN Number
    Recommended Actions
    Responsibility
    Actions Taken
    New RPN Number
    Follow-up
  • Workshop (Optional)