Criteria for FMEA Analysis

Criteria for FMEA Analysis

Failure Modes and Effects Analysis take a process or product/service and break it down into its components or steps, to evaluate problems and their impact. These can expose problems that have been experienced or potential problems that could happen. Using the FMEA...
Finding FMEA Failure Modes

Finding FMEA Failure Modes

The first analysis step of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis is locating the failure modes themselves within the product, service or process. Failure Modes Can Be Any of the Following:   A loss that can interrupt the continuous flow of production.  A loss of available...
The FMEA Process

The FMEA Process

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) breaks down each step of a process or the design of a service, or product, to identify risks and possible errors that can occur. These risks can come from a variety of places such as user error, defect materials, incorrect...
What is FMEA?

What is FMEA?

Failure Mode & Effects Analysis is a step by step risk assessment tool for identifying failures within a design (DFMEA) of a product or service and processes (PFMEA). The structured approach evaluates the level of severity, how often the failure occurs and...
Tools for Process Auditing

Tools for Process Auditing

A process audit is a necessary assessment when looking at ways to improve the management of a process, whether to determine how cost-effective the process is or where improvements can be made. Processes can be those involved in the development of a product/service,...
What are the benefits of a Turtle Diagram?

What are the benefits of a Turtle Diagram?

Turtle Diagrams can be used in conjunction with Process Flow Charts, Procedures, Work Instructions, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to link them all together, correlating the information in one simple to read diagram. There are many benefits of using a Turtle...