Date: Sep. 26, 2017–Sep. 28, 2017
Time: 8:00 am–5:00 pm
Location: Nissan Training Facility (room 6)
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis is a very effective problem-solving tool for the reduction of risk and failure prevention in design, process, and continuous improvement activities. This course will give you a working knowledge of the FMEA process as it is applied, and will reduce your company’s risk of costly mistakes.
In addition to course material, participants will use in class exercises to learn how to recognize the shortcomings of a product/equipment design or an operational process by identifying failure modes based on past experience. Failure mode identification allows the FMEA team to then design out those modes, based on the assessment of risk, impact, and likelihood of occurrence, which will result in increased reliability and avoidance of costly repairs and downtime. This training will significantly improve the product and process development cycle from both cost and time standpoints at your facility!
Who should attend? This course is intended for anyone interested in reducing the risk of product and process failures, including those in the fields of reliability, manufacturing, quality, design/development engineering, and safety. Teams are encouraged to attend!
Benefits of conducting an effective FMEA and PM Optimization:
- Improvements in products / process quality, reliability, and safety
- Increased overall equipment effectiveness (OEE)
- Reduced development time
- Early detection and elimination of product / process failure modes
- Documentation evidence of organizational “due care” in design activities
- Reduced warranty costs and increased customer satisfaction
- A working knowledge of the 10 steps required to perform an FMEA
- An understanding of how FMEA fits into your improvement “tool kit” (RCM, RCA, VSM, etc)
- How to use a FMEA to develop R&M Strategies and to optimize PM
- The ability to conduct and participate in the FMEA process – proactively to prevent failures and reactively to solve problems
- How to select the best failure avoidance strategy
- Identify which maintenance task are value – added
Instructed by Joe Park (Novelis)
Joe Park is currently serving at Novelis in the position of Global Director for Reliability. In this position he is responsible for training, coaching, auditing, and development of Reliability programs within Novelis manufacturing facilities worldwide. In the past as a Certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, he lead major projects in multiple manufacturing sites and was responsible for training and coaching of Novelis Black Belts and Green Belts. Prior to this he spent 9 years as the Engineering Reliability Leader for the finishing department at Logan Aluminum. He received his BSEE from Tennessee State University in 1988.Joe is an ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer and CMRP.
Member Rate: $1125
Non Member: $1350
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