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When a problem occurs in healthcare safety and reputations are at risk. Follow the 5 steps in the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to anticipate potential problems before they occur. Watch this video and apply this process to your work!
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FMEA presented brilliantly by Shubhangi Srivastava, Amrsha Srivastava, Rashmi Kamkar, Rucha Bindu, Reshma Xavier, along with Kashyap Sheth and Dr G (Dr Shrinivas Gondhalekar). PPA or Potential Problem Analysis. FMEA application 'prevents problems'. It is a powerful tool for 'problem prevention'.
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Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) is a risk management technique. It helps to analyse the risk associated with the failure of a process or the product by ranking of the severity of the effect of failure, chances of occurrence of failure and the ability of detection by the current control and hence calculate the risk priority number (rpn) value. This video gives you detailed understanding about the fmea, types of fmea, stages of fmea, documentation of fmea, and components of fmea. Download course material in PDF http://www.shakehandwithlife.in/categories/bookshelf Subscribe “Shakehand with Life” YouTube channel to watch upcoming videos:- https://www.youtube.com/shakehandwithlifebahadurgarh Visit “Shakehand with Life” website for learning resource centre:- http://shakehandwithlife.in/ Other Related Videos:- Lean Six Sigma Tools and Techniques https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2H1lLi34F7hxr51PMJqwuri8ySZ1_o5I Other Popular Videos:- 1. 7 qc tools | An introduction of all 7 fundamental QC Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmMN583M8n0 2. 7 qc tools in Hindi for easy and effective learning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqnzFtljjyI 3. 5S methodology for lean manufacturing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLtMbS3ln5U 4. Calculate Cp and Cpk to measures the process capability for six sigma https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmrI4WaLULE 5. How to calculate the ‘OPERATOR’ and ‘EQUIPMENT’ error for measurement system analysis (MSA)? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhF1O6hKokU 6. What is the ‘Deming’s 14 Points Philosophy’? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFsvseOVwfs Join us on:- Linkedin: https://in.linkedin.com/in/shakehandwithlife Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shakehandwithlife Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/106783930894279779221 SlideShare: https://www.slideshare.net/shakehandwithlife Blog: https://www.blog.shakehandwithlife.in/ WhatsApp Broadcast: +91-9468267324
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FMEA in 9 Minutes. You will learn about how to perform FMEA, step wise process of performing FMEA. How perform the risk rating for severity, occurrence and detection for each failure mode and calculation of Risk priority number also called as RPN. When and where to use this FMEA tool.
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Part of SME's award-winning Manufacturing Insights video series, this program was produced in cooperation with Robert Bosch Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and is an introduction to the quality methodology failure mode effects analysis (FMEA). As every new product is being designed, most manufacturing companies are developing FMEA documents to reduce the risk of product failures. In addition, quality standards like ISO9000 and QS9000 require an FMEA on all new products. To shorten development cycles, many different experts are involved in the design and testing phases of new products. This program was designed to quickly bring all team members up to speed on how the FMEA methods and procedures will impact them. It provides a general understanding of why companies do FMEAs, the difference between a product and a process risk, how FMEA documents track responsibilities to reduce risks, and what companies can do to minimize risks. After viewing this program, every person on your design team will have a good understanding of the importance of risk reduction and how the FMEA will keep track of these responsibilities. For more information and to purchase, visit http://www.sme.org/mi. [email protected] | 800.733.4763 | http://www.sme.org/store
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http://leansixsigmasource.com/category/tutorials/ FMEA is an acronym for Failure Mode and Effects Analysis. This video tutorial will teach you what is a Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, when to use FMEA, and show you a template available with SigmaXL software. The goal of FMEA is to identify, quantify, evaluate and prioritize risk in a process. The risk may be present due to human error, or a lack of controls in an computer process. Ultimately, we want to reduce the possiblility of the risk negatively impacting the customer or an employee. It is important to track your risk assessment in your DMAIC project and ensure that the implemented solution addresses possible failure modes. Your control plan should include actions to take if risk is detected. Video presented by Lean Six Sigma Source (http://leansixsigmasource.com) (fmea) (failure mode and effects analysis) (sigmaxl) (statistical software)
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In this video I give an overview on the creation and benefits of the Failure Mode Effects Analysis form, known as a FMEA. There are two main types, a Process FMEA (PFMEA) and a Design FMEA. These forms are useful in identifying internal problems and prioritizing them.
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this video is all about the topic of Failure mode and effects analysis ( F M E A ) ............................. Failure mode and effects analysis ( F M E A ) : Failure mode and effects analysis also "failure modes", plural, in most accurate publications was one of the first highly structured, systematic techniques for failure analysis. It was developed by reliability engineers in the late 1950s to study problems that might arise from malfunctions of military systems. An F M E A is often the first step of a system reliability study. It involves reviewing as many components, assemblies, and subsystems as possible to identify failure modes, and their causes and effects. For each component, the failure modes and their resulting effects on the rest of the system are recorded in a specific F M E A worksheet. There are numerous variations of such worksheets. An F M E A can be a qualitative analysis, but may be put on a quantitative basis when mathematical failure rate models are combined with a statistical failure mode ratio database. A few different types of F M E A analyses exist, such as: Functional Design Process Sometimes F M E A is extended to F M E C A (failure mode, effects, and criticality analysis) to indicate that criticality analysis is performed too. F M E A is an inductive reasoning (forward logic) single point of failure analysis and is a core task in reliability engineering, safety engineering and quality engineering. A successful F M E A activity helps identify potential failure modes based on experience with similar products and processes—or based on common physics of failure logic. It is widely used in development and manufacturing industries in various phases of the product life cycle. Effects analysis refers to studying the consequences of those failures on different system levels. Functional analyses are needed as an input to determine correct failure modes, at all system levels, both for functional F M E A or Piece-Part (hardware) F M E A. An F M E A is used to structure Mitigation for Risk reduction based on either failure (mode) effect severity reduction or based on lowering the probability of failure or both. The F M E A is in principle a full inductive (forward logic) analysis, however the failure probability can only be estimated or reduced by understanding the failure mechanism. Ideally this probability shall be lowered to "impossible to occur" by eliminating the (root) causes. It is therefore important to include in the F M E A an appropriate depth of information on the causes of failure (deductive analysis).
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Machinery fault diagnosis and signal processing by Prof. A.R. Mohanty,Department of Mechanical Engineering,IIT Kharagpur.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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SE FMEA - https://www.softexpert.com/produto/fmea/ - is reliable enterprise software for improving products and processes and lowering the engineering workload, while also improving machines and availability of resources by identifying, analyzing, and improving high-risk components. The solution continuously monitors failures identified in the FMEA, by showing reports and charts with indicators such as severity and risk priority, which highlight causes considered to be priorities at the time. Furthermore, it also helps improve designs for products and processes, resulting in greater reliability, better quality, increased safety, enhanced customer satisfaction and reduced costs. Most importantly, SE FMEA enables organizations to improve overall quality and reduce costs and risks while also meeting requirements established by international standards and regulations such as IATF 16949.
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Failure Modes Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an approach for identifying the possible failures in a design, product, or service. The FMEA process is used by many design teams to examine and improve their system architecture. In some commercial industries, a FMEA is required as a part of the product certification prior to product release. This webinar will examine an approach for extending the model-based schema to capture key elements of the FMEA, failures and causes, and methods for relating the elements to the system design. Once a structure for capturing this information is provided, the webinar will examine options for ordering the failure modes and consequences based on occurrence and detectability, and options for producing FMEA reports. Note: This webinar has GENESYS-related content.
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What is FMEA? Which step carried out for FMEA process. FMEA means Failure Mode Effect Analysis. This is step by step approach for collecting knowledge about possible point of failure in a design, manufacturing process, product or services. Which step carried out for FMEA Process. There are 10 steps to the FMEA process. For both DFMEA (design failure mode effect analysis )and PFMEA (process failure mode effect analysis ). We use same basic steps. 1) Review all process. 2) Brain storm potential failure mode. 3) List potential effect of failure. 4) Assign severity rankings. 5) Assign occurrence rankings. 6) Assign detection rankings. 7) Calculate the RPN value. 8) Develop the action plan. 9) Take action. 10) Calculate the resulting RPN value. RPN means Risk priority numbers. RPN = Severity × Occurrence × Detection. If you like the video then subscribe the channel Amazing Prasad. like and comment. share with your friends and colleagues. Thanks for watching.
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A preview for 360 Performance Circle's new episode: Risk Management-Using Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to Manage Risks and Mistake-Proof For the full story, check out our website here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/product/category/13/154/149/lean/risk-management/using-failure-mode-and-effects To follow us on Twitter, head over to: https://twitter.com/360PCircle Go beyond just initiating preventive actions to mitigating risks Confront the future of lean and quality with confidence. Address risk with practical tools. Engage risk at strategic, project, process, and product levels. Create intelligent contingency plans. This clip is from a two episode series on Risk Management: Episode 29: Using Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to Manage Risks and Mistake-Proof Bring practical methods to risk management; Satisfy key aspects of the new ISO 9001 requirements Episode 30: Manage Risk at All Three Levels of the Organization Reduce risk in your products, processes, projects, and strategic decisions Your presenter Our subscription plan: Our videos are based on a one-year subscription for a physical site. This means you can deploy the videos to as many people associated with that site as you wish. They can be viewed in a classroom, at desks and work stations, at satellite offices, or even at home. See the entire series on lean! These two videos are part of a larger series on lean: "Creating and Sustaining Lean Improvements." And check out our videos using magic to illustrate many topics on lean and quality! FMEA got its start in the aerospace industry decades ago, and has been a requirement by many customers in many industries, but rarely has it been done well. It was always seen as a "quality" compliance tool, rather than a useful tool for making better decisions. Today, FMEA has grown to be associated with the lean tools of mistake-proofing and poka yoke. As the world focuses more on risk management, FMEA has become immensely valuable. To properly understand risk management, one must address it at multiple levels: Product, process, project, strategic, and company-wide. Go way beyond initiating preventive actions and focus on a holistic approach to manage and mitigate risks.
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This video includes detailed instruction of the tools you need to be an effective FMEA practitioner. The in-depth interview with Carl Carlson, an expert on FMEA and reliability programming, provides valuable information and insight. Learn more about XFMEA: https://www.reliasoft.com/products/reliability-management/xfmea-yt
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A short video about FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis), a valuable quality tool. The video covers both Design FMEA and Process FMEA and discusses calculating Risk Priority Number (RPN) looking at Severity, Detection, and Occurrence. From EMS Consulting Group, Inc. http://www.emsstrategies.com
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~FMEAProcedure (Again, this is a general procedure. Specific details may vary with standards of your organization or industry.) 1. Assemble a cross-functional team of people with diverse knowledge about the process, product or service and customer needs. Functions often included are: design, manufacturing, quality, testing, reliability, maintenance, purchasing (and suppliers), sales, marketing (and customers) and customer service. 2. Identify the scope of the FMEA. Is it for concept, system, design, process or service? What are the boundaries? How detailed should we be? Use flowcharts to identify the scope and to make sure every team member understands it in detail. (From here on, we’ll use the word “scope” to mean the system, design, process or service that is the subject of your FMEA.) 3. Fill in the identifying information at the top of your FMEA form. Figure 1 shows a typical format. The remaining steps ask for information that will go into the columns of the form. 4. Identify the functions of your scope. Ask, “What is the purpose of this system, design, process or service? What do our customers expect it to do?” Name it with a verb followed by a noun. Usually you will break the scope into separate subsystems, items, parts, assemblies or process steps and identify the function of each. 5. For each function, identify all the ways failure could happen. These are potential failure modes. If necessary, go back and rewrite the function with more detail to be sure the failure modes show a loss of that function. 6. For each failure mode, identify all the consequences on the system, related systems, process, related processes, product, service, customer or regulations. These are potential effects of failure. Ask, “What does the customer experience because of this failure? What happens when this failure occurs?” 7. Determine how serious each effect is. This is the severity rating, or S. Severity is usually rated on a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 is insignificant and 10 is catastrophic. If a failure mode has more than one effect, write on the FMEA table only the highest severity rating for that failure mode. 8. For each failure mode, determine all the potential root causes. Use tools classified as cause analysis tool, as well as the best knowledge and experience of the team. List all possible causes for each failure mode on the FMEA form. 9. For each cause, determine the occurrence rating, or O. This rating estimates the probability of failure occurring for that reason during the lifetime of your scope. Occurrence is usually rated on a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 is extremely unlikely and 10 is inevitable. On the FMEA table, list the occurrence rating for each cause. 10. For each cause, identify current process controls. These are tests, procedures or mechanisms that you now have in place to keep failures from reaching the customer. These controls might prevent the cause from happening, reduce the likelihood that it will happen or detect failure after the cause has already happened but before the customer is affected. 11. For each control, determine the detection rating, or D. This rating estimates how well the controls can detect either the cause or its failure mode after they have happened but before the customer is affected. Detection is usually rated on a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 means the control is absolutely certain to detect the problem and 10 means the control is certain not to detect the problem (or no control exists). On the FMEA table, list the detection rating for each cause. 12. (Optional for most industries) Is this failure mode associated with a critical characteristic? (Critical characteristics are measurements or indicators that reflect safety or compliance with government regulations and need special controls.) If so, a column labeled “Classification” receives a Y or N to show whether special controls are needed. Usually, critical characteristics have a severity of 9 or 10 and occurrence and detection ratings above 3. 13. Calculate the risk priority number, or RPN, which equals S × O × D. Also calculate Criticality by multiplying severity by occurrence, S × O. These numbers provide guidance for ranking potential failures in the order they should be addressed. 14. Identify recommended actions. These actions may be design or process changes to lower severity or occurrence. They may be additional controls to improve detection. Also note who is responsible for the actions and target completion dates. 15. As actions are completed, note results and the date on the FMEA form. Also, note new S, O or D ratings and new RPNs.
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Lee asks Daniel and Silas about Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and discusses why such a process in important. Though implemented differently in various industries, an FMEA is a process to allow prioritization of effort during product design or process implementation. An FMEA identifies potential faults, gauges the criticality of their consequences, and provides a framework for addressing each to ensure the end product will meet customer needs and safety guidelines in a cost-effective manner. Watch to learn more about the basics of FMEA with some discussions of practical implications and applications in various industries. Technical services http://duotechservices.com/technical-services
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#FMEA #FailureModeEffectAnalysis #DFMEA #Quality #SixSigma #Lean #DigitalELearning Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, or FMEA, is a methodology aimed at allowing organizations to anticipate failure during the design stage by identifying all of the possible failures in a design or manufacturing process. This video covers following topics: - What is FMEA ? - Step by step guide in creating FMEA - Input & Output for FMEA - What is boundary diagram - FMEA methodology - Why detection is not a part of Design FMEA ? ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe my YouTube channel Digital E-Learning: http://www.youtube.com/c/DigitalELearning Watch all VIDEOS from Digital E-Learning. http://www.youtube.com/c/DigitalELearning/videos PLAYLIST from Digital E-Learning. http://www.youtube.com/c/DigitalELearning/playlists ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 🗣 Follow me on other social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalelearning/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DigitalELEARNI1 Telegram: https://t.me/DigitalElearning Facebook https://fb.me/DigitalELEARNI1 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/10414565/ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Amazon Affiliate link: The Certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt Handbook https://amzn.to/2NLkF9p The Certified Six Sigma Green Belt Handbookhttps://amzn.to/2ER8PYK The Certified Six Sigma Black Belt Handbook: https://amzn.to/2EFciIs The Certified Manager of Quality / Organizational Excellence Handbook: https://amzn.to/2VKxoM PMP Study Guide: Volume 1 (Pass Pmp in 21 Days): https://amzn.to/2VIL36Q Seagate External Hard Drive: https://amzn.to/2VGKt9z SanDisk Pendrive 16GB USB 2.0: https://amzn.to/2Hijb5B Disclaimer: The information contained on this YouTube Channel and the resources available for download/viewing through this YouTube Channel are for educational and informational purposes only. You can support me by buying from the links above. So when you buy anything from Amazon using any link I will get small amount of commission: Link for other videos: ISO 9001 version 2015 (Quality Management System) All Clauses explained https://youtu.be/vDXWJVia2I0 IQ OQ PQ Training | Process Validation | Equipment validation https://youtu.be/I6dIlwkTEMs Process Capability Cp & Cpk, Difference between Cp & Cpk https://youtu.be/1UaxB9VaWqI Measurement System Analysis (MSA) : Complete Tutorial https://youtu.be/e2eb1RpXJFo Difference between Accuracy vrs Precision https://youtu.be/M-6X1STNiB8 Measurement System Analysis (MSA) : Variable GR&R Studies https://youtu.be/uNjv3A9H8f0 Measurement System Analysis (MSA) : Attribute Agreement Analysis https://youtu.be/Fe_BaTt4u4w Difference between Systematic Error vrs Random Error https://youtu.be/9zXGp10Pk38 Difference between Resolution vs. ndc (Number of Distinct Categories) https://youtu.be/W4J_Yi2HTSM What is Quality ? Define Quality? True meaning of Quality https://youtu.be/NMRsTdTJnrg Descriptive Vrs Inferential Statistics Mean, Median & Mode https://youtu.be/rPrXbbFo2-E What is MTBF (Mean Time between Failure), MTTF (Mean time to Failure), MTTR (Mean time to Repair) ? https://youtu.be/rDDzbxZS2wc What is 'Lean Six Sigma Methodology' ? Six Sigma Vrs Lean Six Sigma https://youtu.be/BAX72lH16mo 7 Quality Control Tools | 7 QC tools | Histogram, Pareto, Control Chart https://youtu.be/1etGLcFPJlk Statistics: Types of Statistical Data | Scales of Measurement | Nominal | Ordinal | Interval | Ratio https://youtu.be/HengsAnRt10 Difference Between Quality Control Vs Quality Assurance https://youtu.be/CvxIvVhqxcs Corrective Action VS Preventive Action (CAPA) | What is CAPA? https://youtu.be/k7vNxgdRP3g What is Defect? Difference between Defect & Defective? Types of Defect: Critical Major Minor https://youtu.be/Yc3AIPQ-9x0 Sampling and its Types in Research? Simple Random, Convenience, Systematic, Cluster, Stratified https://youtu.be/alViQtNAkw0 What is Cost of Quality and Cost of Poor Quality? Appraisal cost | Prevention cost | Failure cost https://youtu.be/Vd2H0eWWxVY Six Sigma Process Variation | Sources of Variations | Special Cause | Common Cause https://youtu.be/rJY_5XMVDNE 5S | What is ‘5S’ Methodology and Tips? https://youtu.be/ixi_gI7A_jE Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA Cycle| Deming Cycle https://youtu.be/Kx7_L-DK_ww DMAIC vs DMADV vs DFSS Six Sigma Methodologies - What is Six Sigma? https://youtu.be/YeOk0jA4v70 8 Wastes of Lean Manufacturing? Inventory Defect Transport Skill Over Waiting Motion Over Production https://youtu.be/bet_Qqgc86U Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) | Pass ASQ CQE exam| Six sigma certification https://youtu.be/6JBnEQP61_I POKA YOKE - Mistake Proofing | POKA YOKE Technique https://youtu.be/osvBjILGyis Value Add and Non -Value Add Analysis https://youtu.be/gCTKwgaDOFw Verification Vs Validation https://youtu.be/cQIkhR89pUE
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http://www.simplilearn.com/quality-management/six-sigma-green-belt-training?utm_campaign=videonamet&utm_medium=youtube&utm_source=youtube FMEA refers to Failure Mode Effect Analysis. It is basically a tool used during the analyze phase of Six Sigma. The purpose of this is to analyze the failure modes that may result in the failure of a process or deviates the process from delivering quality output. Basically studying the cause and the risk involved and plugging in the presentation measures for the controllable ones.
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Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) is used to identify specific ways in which a product, process, or service might fail and then develop countermeasures targeted at those specific failures. The aim is to improve product or service performance, qual - created at http://www,b2bwhiteboard.com
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IHI Vice President, Frank Federico, RPh, gives a brief overview of the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) tool. Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/ihivideo?sub_confirmation=1 Visit our website: http://www.ihi.org Check us out on Twitter! https://twitter.com/theihi Check us out on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/TheIHI/ Check us out on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/company/ihi/
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FMEA is a qualitative analysis that ranks probability, severity, and detection. It is a step-by-step approach to identifying all of the possible failures that can occur in a process, product, or service. The result of the approach is improved safety, reliability, quality, customer satisfaction, profit margin, and production yield. This lessons takes you through the FMEA methodology.
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A clip from 360 Performance Circle's new episode, Risk Management: Using Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to Manage Risks and Mistake-Proof For the full story, check out our website here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/product/category/13/154/149/lean/risk-management/using-failure-mode-and-effects To follow us on Twitter, head over to: https://twitter.com/360PCircle Go beyond just initiating preventive actions to mitigating risks Confront the future of lean and quality with confidence. Address risk with practical tools. Engage risk at strategic, project, process, and product levels. Create intelligent contingency plans. This clip is from a two episode series on Risk Management: Episode 29: Using Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to Manage Risks and Mistake-Proof Bring practical methods to risk management; Satisfy key aspects of the new ISO 9001 requirements Episode 30: Manage Risk at All Three Levels of the Organization Reduce risk in your products, processes, projects, and strategic decisions Your presenter Our subscription plan: Our videos are based on a one-year subscription for a physical site. This means you can deploy the videos to as many people associated with that site as you wish. They can be viewed in a classroom, at desks and work stations, at satellite offices, or even at home. See the entire series on lean! These two videos are part of a larger series on lean: "Creating and Sustaining Lean Improvements." And check out our videos using magic to illustrate many topics on lean and quality! FMEA got its start in the aerospace industry decades ago, and has been a requirement by many customers in many industries, but rarely has it been done well. It was always seen as a "quality" compliance tool, rather than a useful tool for making better decisions. Today, FMEA has grown to be associated with the lean tools of mistake-proofing and poka yoke. As the world focuses more on risk management, FMEA has become immensely valuable. To properly understand risk management, one must address it at multiple levels: Product, process, project, strategic, and company-wide. Go way beyond initiating preventive actions and focus on a holistic approach to manage and mitigate risks.
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Failure Mode and Effects Analysis that identifies potential failures: FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) software helps organizations improve product quality by identifying the sources and effects of risks and introducing control measures to mitigate or eliminate them. By implementing an FMEA tool early in the product development process, organizations can systematically identify risks at the functional, design, component, or process level and implement risk controls to effectively address them. PTC Windchill FMEA is a failure mode and effects analysis tool that gives you the power to systematically identify the potential failure modes of a system, and control or prevent their occurrence or effects. Supporting a wide range of industry standards used in FMEA and FMECA (Failure Mode. Effects, and Criticality Analysis) risk management techniques, PTC Windchill FMEA enables you to identify and categorize failures, and to develop, organize and implement a plan to address them. Features & Benefits: • Track the compliance of parts and products against a wide range of commonly-used industry standards, including ISO 26262, MIL-STD-1629A, IEC 61508, SAE ARP5580, AIAG, and more • Support multiple users by leveraging an enterprise-wide Web interface with the ease-of-use of Windows • Leverage DVP&R (Design Verification Plan and Report) and Control Plans to support the cross-functional communication and collaboration integral to successful risk management • Extend your analysis to include FMECA, which considers criticality, and FMES (Failure Mode and Effects Summary) • Manage the business processes essential to risk analysis and risk mitigation through workflow notifications and email alerts • Track risks in a customizable risk matrix with an easy, intuitive, and flexible interface • Manage actions taken to address failure modes and their effects, and record and track their results
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#FMEA #FailureModeEffectAnalysis #Shakehand_with_Life FMEA stands for failure mode and effect analysis. FMEA identifies the potential failures of a product or process and analyzes their relative impact on the product or on the customer by quantifying the risk using the ranking of the severity of the failure, occurrence of failure and detection of failure and calculating the RPN value. Subscribe “Shakehand with Life” YouTube channel to watch upcoming videos:-https://www.youtube.com/shakehandwithlifebahadurgarh Visit https://www.shakehandwithlife.in for Course notes, eBooks, MCQs test papers and web learning Watch related videos:- FMEA in English https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZWuUn93Sq4 Control Charts in Hindi | Mean and Range Charts | P-Chart and C-Chart https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgEs-ZY9-tI Process Capability | Cp and Cpk Calculation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmrI4WaLULE 7 QC Tools in Hindi | 7 Quality Control Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqnzFtljjyI 5S Methodology in Hindi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEzkvGp3ino&t=15s Join us on:- Linkedin: https://in.linkedin.com/in/shakehandwithlife Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shakehandwithlife Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/106783930894279779221 SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/shakehandwithlife Blog: http://www.blog.shakehandwithlife.in/ WhatsApp Broadcast: +91-9468267324
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This is the 8th Lesson of Automotive Engineering for Competitions under the Safety Module. The Acronym might sound scary but this is a bit simpler than it sounds. DFMEA stands for Design Failure Mode Effective Analysis. How many of you have seen a car/bike/truck getting crashed but the driver passenger still manage to escape and save his/her life. Ok, now you have also heard that the most causalities happens due to road accident. Over 2,57,000 people were killed in road accidents in 2016 alone, that is more than the number of people killed in all our wars put together. There is one death every four minutes due to a road accident in India. Automobile Companies use this DFME Analysis once their design/product is ready, to minimize the risk of failure and prepare for alternatives so that it is convenient for the people to sort out any trouble as quickly as possible. I will not go very deep into the theoretical aspects of DFMEA, for that you have internet and your college teacher. Without wasting much of your time.I will let you know how to calculate RPN No. and how to minimise RPN. So, RPN stands for Risk Priority No. which is calculated by the multiplication of Sevirity, occurance and detection. Severity stands for the overall impact your car will suffer if a component gets fail, we will discuss it in detail in the next slide. Occurance is the probablity of a certain part to get fail that is how frequent that component is getting failed. Detection is how easily you can identify failure in a component of your car. This is the slide that you need to put down in your PPT, In the first column you need to put down the names of subassemblies where chances of failures are most likely. In the second column the potential modes of failure for that particular subassembly is mentioned for example a engine will fail if there is a leakage. Then in the third column the effect of failure will be mentioned, in case of engine leakage there will be fire or the engine performance will go down due to oil leakage. Now fourth column is severity, which as we discussed in the last slide is the impact it has on your car if engine fails. Now because engine plays a vital role in a car and wit engine failure, you won't be able to drive it. So we have put a severity of 10 which is maximum and 1 is less severe. 5th column explains the mechanism which is responsible for the failure, in case of engine it is defective manufacturing and improper handling. The sixth column stands for occurance i.e. how frequent is the chances of this part getting failed is there. Measured on a scale of 1 to 5 The seventh column stands for current design which you have made and analysed using CAD and CAE to control such failure. The 8th column is the type of identification, you can make it can be either detection or prevention depending on the type of subassembly. The 9th column stands for the scale of ease under which you can identify the point of failure. In the tenth column you have to calculate the RPN as discussed above by multiplying Severity occurance and detection If RPN is greater than 10 which must be there, then in the 11th column you will mention the recommended action to decrease the scale of detection and occurance and then recalculate the RPN in the last column which should must come below or equal to 10. There are 11 steps to complete DFMEA : 1. Design Review – Use the product design drawings or documents to identify each component and its relation with other components of product 2. Brainstorm potential failure modes 3. List potential failure modes 4. List potential effects of failure modes 5. Assign the severity ranking which should be based on consequences of failure (1 to 10) (Threat to human life, accident or safety issue is scored 10) 6. Assign the occurance ranking (1 to 10) 7. Assign detection ranking based on the chance of detection prior to failure (1 to 10) (Easy for detection gets less score – 1, difficult to detect should be assigend higher score) 8. Calculate the SOD (Severity x Occurrence x Detection) number or risk priority number (RPN) 9. Develop action plan to reduce vital RPNs (Above set baseline) 10. Implement the improvements identified 11. Calculate RPN again based on improvements. Do mistake proofing. Visit us at - https://diyguru.org Email - [email protected] DIYguru is India's Maker's Learning Platform for DIY Enthusiasts. Extreme Engineering is what you get with DIYguru Design Competitions. Go beyond textbook theory by designing, building and testing the performance of a real vehicle. Follow us on - Facebook : https://fb.com/diyguruglobal Twitter : https://twitter.com/DIYguruorg Google + : https://plus.google.com/+DiyguruIn/about Instagram : https://instagram.com/diyguruorg Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/company/diyguru Medium : https://medium.com/diyguru Website : https://www.diyguru.org
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