Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a tool that is used to manage risk in every industry. This interactive workshop will be focused on the 3 most common FMEA types.
The material will be aligned with the AIAG version 4 FMEA handbook, with enhancements.
The objective of the FMEAs are to support the development and refinement of requirements, explore the potential failure modes/causes and develop appropriate actions to either remove the failure mode, reduce the severity and/or probability of an undesirable failure mode, or develop methods by which to mitigate the consequences of a failure mode.
The attendee will:
Upon completion of the workshop, the attendee will be able to determine if FMEA is the appropriate approach, how to set up and estimate the duration of a FMEA to meet necessary milestones and how to facilitate a team using FMEA and close out all actions in order to complete the FMEA.
David Auda is a certified reliability engineer and quality manager who has worked on new product development in custom instrumentation, medical devices, aerospace, energy and automotive disciplines. David has worked extensively in the area of risk analysis, failure prevention, root cause analysis, problem solving, strategic planning, safety engineering as well as numerous other related disciplines. David has a BSEE from the Rochester Institute of Technology, with honors, Tau Beta Pi, and pursued his master level reliability studies at the RIT Center for Applied Statistics. David is a frequent presenter at international conferences and symposia, a competent speaker and validated ASQ trainer, delivering presentations and workshops on a wide variety of topics essential the effective and efficient performance of reliability and quality practitioners. David is currently working as the Facility Reliability & Maintainability Manager for Georgia Pacific at their Dixie Darlington operations which just completed a $350+ million dollar operations expansion.