Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an effective quality improvement tool that identifies errors that hurt quality, and can be applied to just about any process in your organization. Your customers expect the highest quality, how can you ensure they receive it? Please join us to discover:
How to utilize FMEA to drive improvements and boost quality
Proven steps to develop your FMEA plan for your specific needs
Ways to build a cross-sectional team to perform your analysis
Real-world examples of how FMEA significantly improves quality
FMEA: Identifying Failures that Impact Quality
Clearly identify failures that effect your designs & processes
Developing a Process or Design FMEA that eliminates potential errors
How to determine severity, occurrence and impact of potential failures
Developing a Successful Failure Modes & Effects Analysis Plan
Determine when to initiate FMEA: Implementation essentials to boost quality
Using "bottom-up" analysis to uncover the cause & evaluate a failure mode effect
Overcoming common barriers to FMEA preparation & prevent failures
Preventing Problems – Before They Happen: Protecting Your Customers
Driving improvements for your system's reliability, safety and maintainability
Calculating the Risk priority number (RPN) to solve your toughest problems
Practices to document actions for use in continuous quality improvements
Question and Answer Session - Hear expert answers to real-world FMEA questions!
About The Speaker
Angelo Scangas has extensive training experience in FMEA, internal auditing, advance product quality planning, problem solving, and project management.
Angelo has worked in the medical device, biomedical, automotive, and electronics industries for more than 30 years, holding positions such as director of manufacturing, director of quality, and plant manager.
He has assisted numerous clients in the areas of process improvement, Lean Six Sigma, ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001, ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 13485 certifications
Mr. Scangas is a member of the American Society of Quality and is a certified ISO Lead Auditor.
In this 60-minute audio conference, you'll learn to predict, evaluate and correct damaging failure modes to prevent errors before they reach your customers.