This workshop prepares teams to analyze processes to identify risk and take action
to manage it. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
and Success Modes and Effects Analysis (SMEA) are the tools students learn and then apply to assess products and processes to improve
is a predictive management tool for identifying how products and processes may potentially
fail before failure occurs and identifying the critical controls and resources necessary
to minimize an organization’s exposure to risk.
This course is particularly suited for managers that want to use
to manage operational risk and meet the requirements of
14001. It is also intended for lean and six sigma practitioners.
Learn with short lectures, teamwork and hands-on workshops (approximately 50%) to
deepen your understanding of processes and process improvement. This workshop-based
course allows you to apply the techniques you learn as you go to best understand
the potential benefits (and pitfalls) of using
to manage risk.
Who should attend?
- Process Owners
- Functional Managers
- Process Engineers
- Improvement Specialists
What you will learn:
- How systems work
- Importance of process and requirements
and system standard requirements
- Team building and working in teams
- Product analysis (building block diagrams)
- Process analysis (developing deployment flowcharts)
- Product (design) potential
- Process (manufacturing) potential
- Documenting potential
- Assessing results, taking action and driving continual improvement
Duration: 2 days
Schedule and In-house Pricing: This class is currently offered in-house.
Need help? Call us at 800 666 9001 or email