FMEA is a formal, structured process to identify and evaluate potential sources of risk in the design or manufacturing of a product. The focus of an FMEA is to identify the “potential failure modes” – the ways in which an item can fail – and provide a mechanism for mitigating these risks.
The purpose of the FMEA is to eliminate or reduce failures in descending order of severity, beginning with the most critical.

What you will learn:

  • Ways to improve your FMEA strategy
  • How to use predictive analysis to identify high-risk situations
  • Goal setting and measurement.

Aired Date: Wednesday 30th June – 11:00 am EDT
Duration: 30 Minutes


Nancy Regan
Nancy Regan

Author | Trainer | Facilitator | Speaker

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