A previous understanding of IATF 16949 and FMEA would be beneficial but not essential.
The course objectives are:
- To understand the key differences with the AIAG 4thedition FMEA manual
- To understand the seven step approach to developing a process FMEA
- To understand the use of understanding of the process steps and work elements related to the 4M conditions required to manufacture conforming products
- To understand the method of scoring severity, occurrence and detection
- To understand the use of action priority (AP) rankings to prioritise risk
The course outline includes:
- Introduction to the AIAG-VDA handbook
- Introduction to the seven-step approach
- Overview of the differences with the AIAG 4th edition FMEA manual
- The 4M conditions needs to produce a conforming product including risks
- The scoring criteria of Severity, Occurrence and Detection
- Using the AP ranking to prioritise improvements
What are the Benefits?
The benefit of attending is delegates will gain the practical skills needed to develop a PFMEA or update existing PFMEA’s with an aim to improve customer satisfaction and reduce the cost of poor quality.
Delegates attending this workshop will get a Tuning Fork/Quality Partner certificate of attendance.