This training module is devoted to discussing a method of analysing the types and effects of possible errors: Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA). The lessons in this course will provide you with knowledge about the assumptions and types of FMEA, and two of them will be discussed in detail.
In addition, you will learn many practical examples of how to use the method, and learn more about the team called up for analysis.
In this session, the basic assumptions and types of FMEA are discussed. You will also learn the seven basic steps of FMEA, and the methodology for analysing the types and effects of possible errors. The lesson is enriched with practical examples for better understanding of the analysis.
This session is devoted to the two most commonly used types of FMEA: product and process. The session also provides information on how to create a team for analysis, the ins and outs of risk analysis, and map creation. At the end of the lesson, the differences between PFMEA and DFMEA are presented.
After watching this lesson, you will learn what the introduction of new AIAG and VDA FMEA requirements mean in practice. In addition, you will be familiar with the 5T methodology recommended by the authors of the textbook, which is helpful when conducting a risk analysis in the organization. You will also learn what MSR (Monitoring System Response) is and what its assumptions are.