AS13100 Key Requirements for Process FMEA & Control Plans Webinar Series – Session 2
Led by Dr. Ian Riggs, this series of interactive webinars describes the intent of the AESQ AS13100 requirements for Process FMEA and Control Plans and how they link to the effective deployment of Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) and a Zero Defect Strategy.
These webinars explain how AS13100 Process FMEA and Control Plans can be developed, maintained, and improved using real examples of best practices from across the industry. They illustrate the unique approach to the use of Reference Process FMEAs to help standardize the organization’s PFMEAs and to reduce the length of time taken to create them.
A closer look at some of the key steps when creating Process FMEAs to illustrate the intent of the AS13100 requirements, including: a) Requirements & Potential Failure Modes; b)Potential Effects& Severity Rating; c) Potential Causes; d) Prevention Controls & Occurrence Rating; e) Detection Controls & Detection Rating; f) Calculating the Risk Priority Number (RPN); g) Prioritizing Improvements.