Learn the tried and true reliability technique, Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA). The course is designed to be valuable to individuals with varying levels of FMEA knowledge and application. For those new to FMEA, there is a foundational level-setting to start the course, and then teams of varied skill levels are established to allow individuals to mature their FMEA skills at a comfortable pace. FMEA is used to identify potential performance problems in electrical, mechanical, and utility systems. FMEA is an inductive reasoning approach that (1) considers how the failure modes of each system component could result in system performance problems and (2) ensures that appropriate safeguards against such problems are in place. In FMEA, the impact of equipment failures is explored using this structured analysis technique based on common failure methods. In addition, you will learn failure modes, effects, and criticality analysis (FMECA), an extension of the FMEA technique.
Who Should Attend This Course?
Anyone interested in learning or maturing their understanding of FMEA.
Anyone interested in learning when and why FMEA and FMECA should be leveraged in your organization.
What Will I Learn in This Course?
Learn to conduct an FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis)
Learn to conduct an FMECA (Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis)
Learn how to assess criticality of loss scenarios
Understand how to organize, lead, and document an analysis
Build confidence in performing an FMEA of a simple or complex machine
Learn when and why to use these techniques versus other reliability techniques
Learn when and how to assemble and lead an effective team using the FMEA technique
Learn applications of severity and occurrence of likelihood for consistency of FMEA
How to manage FMEA-FMECA Projects
Real-world application of FMEA techniques
1.9 CEUs, 1.9 COCs, 3.17 CMs, ABIH approval #10-230
DURATION: 3 DAYS (In-person)
Mark Wolfgram – Senior Manager, Reliability Services, ABS Group
Tim Gilmer – Director, Reliability Services, ABS Group
Chris Armitage – Principal Reliability Engineer, ABS Group
Quinton GoForth – Director, Asset Performance Optimization
Walter Betsill – Senior Manager, Asset Performance Optimization
Our Asset Performance Optimization experts offer a full suite of asset management services including asset management master plan development, asset criticality assessments, PM optimization, FMEA analysis, What If Analysis, planning and scheduling support, reliability engineering staff augmentation, best practice work management business process definition, and CMMS system implementation and integration.
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