Reliability and Maintenance Engineering - FMEA
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Reliability and Maintenance Engineering - FMEA

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis - A mechanical engineering approach to risk management of plant and machinery
3.7 (134 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
396 students enrolled
Created by Jarrod Austin
Last updated 4/2019
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This course includes
  • 40 mins on-demand video
  • 12 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Through completing this course students should feel comfortable facilitating or participating in Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) and using the associated tools
  • The FMEA process from start to finish - What to look for and hints on how to fast-track the process.
  • How to evaluate the risk of component failure - Find your "pain points" and prioritize your efforts.
  • How to mitigate the risks of such failure - Learn how to modify the plant or process to reduce the chance of failure.
Requirements
  • This training package references engineering systems plants and processes as examples however no specific engineering knowledge is required to follow the process
Description

"Easy to understand and lots of example. The instructor knows the subject very well" - Henrique

“Efficient, detailed and relevant. I’m looking forward to giving it a go onsite” - Allan

Course Outline:

This course explores the lean tool of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) a universal method for assessing underlying risk of a plant, process or system. It is a fundamental tool for any engineer and we will demonstrate how it can be applied to improve the reliability of a plant or system. We explore the FMEA process in detail and identifying ways to accelerate the process through educated assumptions, whilst focusing on the value adding steps of delivering a more reliable plant

A key element of the course is walking through a working example from start to finish. The tools and templates introduced and used during the course will be available to the students so they can embark on their own FMEA studies.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone involved in a lean environment, manufacturing or design - specifically engineering or maintenance teams. Although the content has an engineering focus the principles can be applied elsewhere.
Course content
Expand 7 lectures 40:04
+ Failure Modes and Effect Analysis
7 lectures 40:04

A brief overview of what is covered in this course

Preview 01:16

A quick overview of what Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) is and how it is used.

Preview 01:29

In this module we explore the FMEA process from start to finish.

Preview 07:44

In this module we discuss tools that can be used to help us prioritise our efforts when it comes to implementing actions to address the risks identified through FMEA.

FMEA Controls and Actions
04:33

In this module we explore a working example using the tools and templates introduced in previous modules. By the end of this module you will have a complete understanding of the FMEA process and should be comfortable using the template for your own FMEA study.

FMEA Working Example
18:15

In this module we explore the thought processes behind implementing the correct actions to reduce the risks identified in our FMEA study.

FMEA Working Example Controls and Actions
04:48

A re-cap of everything covered in this training package with all reference documents attached to this lecture as downloadable resources

FMEA Summary
01:59