Process FMEA (PFMEA) and Control Plan Linkages - Live Virtual Seminar
In this Live Virtual Solution participants will experience a Plexus technical expert demonstrate a live application on Control Plan fundamentals using information gathered from performing a PFMEA and learn to evaluate the consistency of Control Plan application cases. Recommended for Core Process FMEA team members with background in Process FMEA. This seminar includes live Q&A with the instructor to ensure your questions are addressed.
What are Live Virtual Solutions?
Combining the best of online and traditional face-to-face learning, Live Virtual Solutions, whether training or consulting, use web-based teleconferencing technologies to bring your team together with Plexus's experienced instructors in an interactive learning environment. With fewer hours a day, our virtual classes make it easy to fit training and consulting into your schedule, and budget, from the comfort of your home or office.
2.5 hours inlcuding Q&A
Join the Live Virtual session through Zoom conferencing technology for in-depth and interactive coaching with technical experts from Plexus International.
Session access will be provided via email invitation after payement is completed. Please watch for your invitation from Plexus International at firstname.lastname@example.org within the 7 days leading up to the event.
- Describe the type of information that should be entered in each Control Plan column
- Create a complete Control Plan using information gathered from performing a Process FMEA
- Evaluate the consistency of Control Plan application cases
Who Should Attend
Recommended for Core Process FMEA Team to include process/manufacturing engineers, ergonomic engineers, process validation engineers, quality/reliability engineers, project managers, FMEA moderators/facilitators, auditors, and other roles with a background and experience with AIAG Process FMEA.
- Control Plan fundamentals
- Flow down of Prevention Controls (PC) and Detection Controls (DC) to the Control Plan
- Aligning PC and DC to the control method, sampling method, and reaction plan
- Case study review: Evaluating the consistency of Control Plans