This one-day hands-on seminar is addresses the application of
the knowledge captured in S/DFMEAs and PFMEAs related to
risk assessment, including the cascading of the risk information
to critical part requirements.
This class includes breakout exercise sessions using an example
of an Aerospace sub-assembly project and product launch. This
running example will be used throughout the 16-day Aerospace
Risk Management and Analysis Series.
Who Should Attend
- Program Managers
- Project Managers
- Quality Managers
- Design Engineers
- AQP Team Members
- All other Risk Management personnel
Recommended Training and/or Experience
Participants should possess a working knowledge of quality systems and methodologies.
Each participant will receive a seminar manual and a workbook including all team breakout exercises.
- Provide an understanding of the Risk Classifications for Special Requirements, Critical Items and Key
- Provide an understanding of how these risk classifications were developed and how to evaluate at the sub-assembly or
- Learn how to ensure that historical failures are shared, included in FMEAs and controlled in manufacturing or design
- The Improvement Strategy
- Failure History and Risk Assessment
- Breakout Exercise: Failure History and Developing the Grid
- Risk Classifications
- Breakout Exercise: Flow Down and Handling Failures from System FMEA to DFMEA to PFMEA
- FMEA Tables and Risk
- Breakout Exercise: Tracking Improvement Actions