Learn about the specific requirements of Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
FMEA is a systematic and analytical quality planning tool for identifying, at the product, service and process design stages, what could potentially go wrong and their associated causes either with a product during its manufacture or end-use by the customer or with the provision of a service.
Properly executed FMEAs will improve internal and external customer satisfaction in addition to the bottom line of organisations.
In addition, this is a mandatory operation risk technique in the automotive standard IATF 16949:2016.
This 1-day course enables participants to know and understand the FMEA principle and concept, and correctly use this methodology in design/process/service environment.
This course is suitable and beneficial to anyone involved in risks preventive and prevention responsibilities and also particularly for individual that is responsible for planning, developing or managing a quality management system to satisfy the IATF 16949, ISO 13485 and AS 9000 quality management system requirements.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Topics to be covered in this course include:
Participants will learn through lectures, case studies, group exercises and discussions.
This course is specially designed for:
The course content and structure are designed by the domain experts from TÜV SÜD.
With immense experience and knowledge in the relevant standards, our team of product specialists and technical experts at TÜV SÜD, developed the course content based on current business landscape and market requirements.
World-class training – by learning from TÜV SÜD’s industry experts and training specialists
Interactive learning style – with interactive formats such as lectures, illustrations and simulations are used
Networking opportunity – where you can meet and build network with like-minded individuals at our instructor-led training
Gain a competitive edge – by getting trained by experts known in the fields of safety, security and sustainability