Date: March 15, 2017
Time: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Donald E. Dillon Gallery and Center
18360 Technology Drive
Gain a working knowledge of the FMEA process for products, processes, or systems in this one-day class. A failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) helps analyze a proposed or existing process or product to uncover potential failures within the product, process, or system before they occur. This hands-on class will teach you how to construct and analyze both product and process FMEAs.
- Define the types of FMEAs
- Identify the benefits of FMEAs
- Understand the components of a FMEA
- Describe process requirements
- Explain the impact of team selection on the FMEA
- Manage the FMEA over the life of the process
Who Should Attend?
Anyone involved in identifying and reducing risk
Process owners or process engineers
Those in quality assurance
Research and Development personnel
Individuals responsible for new product introduction
Instructor: Megan E. Burns, Regional Managing Director at InSource Solutions
Megan, a Six Sigma Master Black Belt, has more than 15 years of industrial engineering experience in a variety of operational environments.” In addition to leading her own projects, she has trained and mentored hundreds of others from companies such as GE, American Eagle Outfitters, Bombardier, Foamex International. Liberty Electronics, Michael Baker Corp., Schneider Downs & Co. and the University of Pittsburgh.
You may be eligible to receive grant funding from WEDnet to cover the cost of this course. To check your eligibility, visit www.wednetpa.com.
Please register by Monday March 13, 2017.
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Donald E. Dillon Gallery and Center