TSY In House Training #15: Design FMEA - Risk Management

Updated: Jul 12, 2018


TSY In House Training #15: Design FMEA - Risk Management
Trainer explaining the difference between normal FMEA and Design FMEA.

FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) is a proactive tool, technique and quality method that enables the identification and prevention of process or product errors before they occur. The goal is to avoid adverse events that could potentially cause harm to human, equipment and product.


As a tool embedded within Six Sigma methodology, Design FMEA can help identify and eliminate concerns early in the development of a product. It is a systematic way to examine a product prospectively for possible ways in which failure can occur, and then to redesign the product to eliminate the possibility of failure. Properly executed, Design FMEA can assist in improving overall product quality, reliability, and safety levels. There are many ways to evaluate the safety and quality of the product, but when trying to design a product, a proactive approach is far preferable to a reactive approach.


Course Objectives:

  • Understand the purpose of Design FMEA

  • Define the project scope of Design FMEA

  • Understand the steps in performing DFMEA

  • Identify potential failure modes & the effects

  • Conduct DFMEA or participate in Design FMEA sessions effectively


Date: 9th & 10th August 2017

Venue: Renesas Semiconductor (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., Sungai Petani, Malaysia


Who Should Attend:

This course is directed toward those people who are responsible for product design or product development, and product qualification which will allow them to avoid product problems (or minimize the effects of those problems) and difficulties of meeting customer requirements.



TSY In House Training #15: Design FMEA - Risk Management
Participants solving the assignment given by trainer.

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