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THIS TRAINING COURSE COVERS THE THEORY, PRINCIPALS, TECHNIQUES, AND BEST PRACTICES OF FEMA/ FMECA MAINTENANCE .

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Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis Management
26 - 27 NOVEMBER, 2017. PARK ROYAL HOTEL - KUALA LUMPUR. MALAYSIA

INTRODUCTION:

FMECA is a crucial methodology to root cause analysis and reliability assessment. The whole manufacturing process, from designing to maintenance, can benefit from this method.
FMCEA is used to identify all the potential failure modes in the system, or sub-systems within the system, how severe they can be, how frequently they might happen, and what
would be their impact on the system. Critically analysis adds an extra assessment to evaluate how serious these failure modes are going to be.

FMECA can be used on early stages of designing a product/process or to an existing process/product. In order for an FMECA to function effective ly, it needs to be developed based
on the nature of the design process itself. FMECA also requires considering operating and service issues, whereas it includes process and safety issues at the same time.

When FMECA is applied matters. Such timeline determines if a FMECA is effective or not. An effective FMECA is the one applied on early stages to prevent all kinds of failure
modes.

FMECA FUNDAMENTAL ELEMENTS:

In this FMECA training course, we will discuss and cover the basic information you would need in order to develop an effective FMECA. These elements
include:

Item(s)
Function(s)
Failure(s)
Effect(s) of Failure
Cause(s) of Failure
Current Control(s)
Running Document - Updated by each Design Review
Finds and Records all the Failure Modes
Assesses the Effects of each Mode
Estimates Modes Frequencies
Assesses Seriousness of Effects
Analyses Causes of Failures
Suggests Redesign, PM or Other Actions
Known Modes from Preceding Product
Effect of Changed Stress Levels
Recommended Action(s)
Plus other relevant details

YOU WILL ALSO LEARN ABOUT:

Operating document
Identifying and recording all the potential failure modes
Analyzing the impact of each mode
Determining the frequency of the modes
Analyzing the seriousness of the effects
Root cause analysis
Incorporating the already known modes recorded in database
Developing corrective actions
Evaluating the impact of the changes stress levels

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Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis Management

OBJECTIVES:

This two day Failure Mode Effects Criticality Analysis (FMECA) training course introduces the topics of design and process FMECA to your team by teaching the theory using
practical examples from your own business. Delegates are provided with basic fundamentals and are led through the techniques for producing a FMECA. FMECA is an importan t
technique in the field of reliability assessment; it can provide valuable information to feed into both design as well mainte nance strategies. It provides a comprehensive identification
and evaluation of the unwanted failure modes of components or sub-systems within a system, and the effects these failures have on the system. Criticality analysis enables the
seriousness of these failures to be assessed.

At the completion of this training, participants should be able to:

Understand and perform the principals of FMECA


principles and the methodology of FMECA
Play an active role in equipment criticality analysis
Select proper criteria to apply FMECA
Apply FMECA in developing equipment maintenance strategies
Use the FMCEA policies in real-life examples
Identify all the potential significant and crucial failure modes on early stages
Eliminate potential failure modes through effective corrective plans
Decide whether to use an FTA or a FMECA
Understand criticality analysis techniques and their use in prioritizing equipment and reliability improvement work.
Criticality analysis methodology and its application in prioritizing equipment & reliability improvement work.
How to play an active part in an equipment criticality analysis as well as how to select the appropriate criteria to apply.
FMECA as a method for analyzing, prioritizing and avoiding potential equipment failures
How to use FMECA to develop effective equipment maintenance policies and the practical application of these techniques to real-life examples

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis Training is a 2-day course designed for:

Cross functional team members


Internal auditors
Quality team members
New product development managers
R&D personnel
Prioritizing reliability improvement work
Identifying potential failures and appropriate preventive activities
Maintenance Professionals
All individuals who are involved in the process of prioritizing reliability improvement and/or determining the potential failure modes and
suitable inhibitory actions.

THE TRAINING METHOD

These courses consist of lectures, case studies and group exercises. Based on practical situations; the sessions are highly i nteractive. This course is designed for delegates who are
involved in the design or assessment of systems required to demonstrate a high level of reliability. It delivers advance knowledge of one of the key techniques for assessing system
reliability.

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COURSE CONTENT:

Day 1: Day 2:
Overview FMECA Checklist
FMEA and FMECA definition Description and specification
Terminology Ground rules
Background and history Block diagram
Needs for FMECA Failure modes identification
Applications and benefits Failure effective assessment
Other methods competing with FMECA RPN ranking
Pros and Cons of FMECA against other methods Corrective actions
Introduction to FMECA Report and documentation
Elements and components of FMECA
Reliability tools and techniques Gathering Up The FMECA Team
Methods for fault avoidance Design engineer
Methods for architectural analysis and assessment Manufacturing engineer
Top down or Bottom up? Customer service representative
Bottom-up method Testing operations representative
Event tree analysis (ETA) Suppliers representative
FMECA Corporate quality engineer/manager
Hazard and operability study (HAZOP) Putting Together
Top-down method Get a spreadsheet program
Fault tree analysis (FTA) Get enough room
Reliability block diagram (RBD) Markova analysis Do the headings first
Scope definition and worksheet functions Choose appropriate words
Functional analysis Record decisions and actions in columns
CMMS systems Associate a ref. number to each failure mode
FMCEA Techniques
Hardware approach Learn the guidelines and standards relevant to you, e.g. MIL-STD 1629
and BS5760 Part1
Analyzing the failure modes of each individual hardware Use reliability block diagrams for your analysis
When items can be analyzed separately Set up a completion date
Its a bottom-up method Practical exercises
Functional approach Applying the results to create successful maintenance policies
Identify and analyze each item based on their functionality Target reliability improvement opportunities
When items cannot be analyzed separately
Its used when the process is designed and functional block diagrams are Hands-On Workshop
developed Selecting a topic or project
What is a functional block diagram? Brainstorming
Failure Modes
Scoring System Development
Failure definition Severity of Failure
Failure modes classification Probability of Occurrence
Complete failure Ease of Detection
Partial failure Risk Priority Number
Intermittent failure, FMECA Process
Function out of specification Describing the system and its operating requirements
Unintended function Developing functional and reliability block diagrams
Potential failure modes Developing mathematical models
Potential causes of failure Establishing of basic principles
The effects of the causes Determining failure modes, their causes and effects, their
Failure mode ID relative importance, and their sequence
Assembly, sub-assembly, parts Determining failure detection and isolation provisions
Failure description Determining design and operating provisions against
Alarming signs particularly undesirable events;
Techniques of failure detection Criticality analysis
All potential effects on assembly and on complete product Evaluating failure probability
Failure modes exercise Look for combinations of multiple failures
Criticality Analysis Mitigation of Failures
How does it work? Criticality Analysis
How to choose the most proper and suitable criteria
Categories of severity
Occurrence classification
Frequency assessment
Detection rating
Calculating criticality
Qualitative approach
Quantitative approach
Applications of the criticality analysis results
Definition of the priorities
Risk Priority Number (RPN)
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SEMINAR FACILITATORS:

MR. STEVEN JAMES

Mr. Steven James MSc, FCIPS, FCILT


Innovative Maintenance Engineering Professional

He has gathered over 34 years of experience in maintenance and design. He started his career in the Steel Industry in South Africa, and then spent time in the Oil and Gas Industry
running a condition monitoring department, moving on to an Abattoir and Processed Meat Factory. From there he joined the BOC group of companies, where he relocated to the
UK and became responsible for monitoring and delivering maintenance best operating practice for Air Separation Plants worldwide. After this he moved on to become Managing
Director of specialist Automation Company developing bespoke machinery for industry. He is now an independent maintenance con sultant and has been involved in several major
projects:

A Senior Consultant with extensive experience in developing best operating practice in maintenance and maintenance management, for new and existing sites. Having provided
engineering solutions and implemented maintenance management practices in several high pressure industries and established a maintenance consultancy business.

With over 34 years experience in Steel, FMCG, Aviation, Oil and Gas Industries globally. With an established reputation as a n author and a trainer, having published several articles
in maintenance journals as well as delivering numerous courses on Maintenance Spares Inventory Management in the Middle East.

Developing the maintenance requirements for the Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 baggage systems and managing the handover from project into live operation; Reviewing the
manufacturing spares holding and processes for all Airbus manufacturing sites in Europe and developing alternative methodologies to reduce the stock holding value;

Managed the handover of the Heathrow (London) Terminal 5 BHS system for Vanderlande Industries, including:

All maintenance integration activities


Implementation of the training requirements for the system and the daily performance reporting
Defining of the maintenance team size
Developed the CMMS (Maximo) to manage the maintenance

Creation and delivery of training courses in spares management, developing maintenance plans and handover management (CAPEX to OPEX) in Abu Dhabi and Bahrain

Development of software applications, used to improve the delivery of maintenance by focusing the maintenance engineers on the cause of equipment downtime

FEEDBACK FROM THE PREVIOUS WORKSHOP

Teaches concepts & provides tools which apply to and help me to improve my job performance.
- RAY DEC, SCHERING PLOUGH

Addresses the real worldissues maintenance supervisors face every day.


- RONNIE BONE, LHOIST NORTH AMERICA

This training should be taken by anyone involved in maintenance. Will lead to a more effective PM program. Planners, managers, supervisors should look into this to
improve efficiency of plants & maintaining Teams.
- JAMES COYLE, NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY

Very good seminar. Gave me a good deal to think about and consider for my organizational improvements. The content was definitely well organized, informative
and useful. Outstanding! Thank you.
- RANDY SWANK, VESUVIUS USA

Class was great, well taught, and I learned a lot.


- JOSH MULCAHY, LOCKHEED MARTIN

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