Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

Duration : 1 day


Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a Systematic Approach used by industries worldwide to reduce risk in implementing new designs and processes. Objective of FMEA is to identify potential and known failure modes, evaluate the risk associate with each failure mode and take action to reduce the risk. Considering its preventive focus, FMEA is a mandatory requirement of ISO/TS16949. FMEA can be applied to designs, processes, services and systems to reduce risk of failure. Most world class companies use FMEA extensively to ensure “right–first-time” implementation of designs, processes, services and systems. Thus understanding and application of FMEA is essential not only for engineers but also other service providers to assure consistent performance to their customers.

Who should attend the training?

The course is most appropriate for engineers involved in

  • Design and/or Development of New Products

  • Process Design

  • Quality Assurance,

  • Warranty Data Analysis

  • Problem Solving and Quality/Reliability Improvement


Agenda for the Training:

Program Contents:

  • Understand Basic FMEA terminology

  • Types of FMEA

  • Rating system for risk assessment

  • Design, Process and Service FMEA

  • Example of FMEA

  • Application Exercise

  • Some design and process improvement guidelines

  • Classification of characteristics

  • Introduction to FMECA

  • Quiz



Contact us:

Institute of Quality and Reliability,

Plot No.39,

Shantiban Cooperative Housing Society,

Near Gandhi Bhavan,


Pune 411029.



Email: ioqr@world-class-quality.com

Web site: www.world-class-quality.com

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