Statistical Process Control (SPC


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Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur (KL) & Penang (PG) Singapore Indonesia Vietnam Thailand China Philippine Mauritius Australia Middle East

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is an obsolete maxim in the business world of today. In today’s highly competitive market, we are continuously improving ourselves to enable us to succeed. This workshop will show you the importance and practicality of Statistical Process Control (SPC) in gaining the competitive advantage. This program will also provide participants with the know-how, techniques, and application in which the SPC tools are effectively used inline with the processes at work. In order to meet the customer requirement consistently, the stability of the process is a critical success factor. Statistical Process Control (SPC) which triggers for unnatural variations and its causes investigation is a powerful tool to provide real time control, hence to ensure process is in control. Learning Objectives • To understand the importance of monitoring the stability of a process. • To learn various methods used in SPC. • To apply systematic approach in SPC implementation. • To assess the capability of a process. Who Should Attend This workshop is beneficial for managers, engineers, and supervisors from QA, technicians, support, functional staff; production and engineering. Workshop Methodology Participants will be stimulated to participate with active interaction in team activities like group activity, discussions & presentations.

What You Will Learn 1. Quality Concepts. 2. Descriptive Statistics 3. Normal Distribution 4. Z score application 5. QC Tools • Frequency of Distribution/ Histogram. • Control charts. 6. Apply SPC to monitor the stability of a process. 7. Understand process variation and its causes. 8. Identify special causes of variation that create instability to a process. 9. Define SPC implementation steps. 10. The Various Control Charts and their application. 11. Define the steps in creating control charts. 12. Identifying the out of control criteria conditions 13. Create a reaction flow to react and take corrective actions to the unstable process. 14. Determine the process capability. 15. Understand the basic of 6 sigma concept. Duration: 2 days (16 hours) DAY 1 § Objective of SPC. § History of statistical quality control. § Type of data § Descriptive Statistics · Measure of central tendency § Descriptive Statistics · Measure of dispersion · Histogram Practical activity § Population VS sample § Normal distribution § Z Score applications Exercise § Philosophy of quality § Process control system § Process variation and its causes § Introduction to Control Chart § Feature of control chart § SPC implementation steps § Variable control charts DAY 2 § Creating control charts § Control limit calculation § Out of control criteria § Out of control action plan Practical activity Control chart workshop § Attribute control chart § Process stability vs process capability § Process capability measurement § 6 sigma concept § Benefit of SPC

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