SAE J1739 Design FMEA: Fundamentals Overview - Live Virtual Seminar
In this 2.5 hour seminar we will cover the basics of the new SAE J1739 Design FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) fundamentals. The focus of this introductory seminar is to give you an awareness of the new release of the document, as well as an overview of the methodology even if you were not familiar with the previous version. Whether you are an experienced practitioner or a novice to this methodology there is something for everyone involved in FMEA development and management. This seminar includes live Q&A with the instructor to ensure your questions are addressed.
2.5 hours including Q&A
Join this session by invitation only through the Zoom Webinar technology. Receive an email invitation after payment is completed. Please watch for your invitation from Plexus International at firstname.lastname@example.org and join the session through your web browser using the link in your email invitation.
What are Live Virtual Seminars?
Combining the best of online and traditional face-to-face learning, Live Virtual Seminars use webinar technology to help your team build foundational knowledge with Plexus's experienced instructors in an interactive learning environment. Fit training into your schedule, and budget, from the comfort of your home or office.
You’ll receive a digital download of information and concepts from the seminar.
Who Should Attend
Recommended for Core Design FMEA Team to include design engineers, system engineers, component engineers, test engineers, quality/reliability engineers, project managers, FMEA moderators/facilitators, auditors, and other product design roles with a background and experience with Design FMEA.
- Compare the general flow of the previous version to the new version
- Explore the 6 steps, now included in the SAE methodology.
- Highlight the most important portions for organizations in each step
- How to leverage the new method if you have existing DFMEAs created in the old format
- How to transition your organization to the new methodology
- Q&A with an industry expert
Attend the full seminar to receive a certificate of completion and 2 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours.