AS9120B Suggested Problem Solving Skills
AS9120 Rev B section 8.1 states: …techniques can be used to support
- design verification (e.g., reliability, maintainability, safety)
- process control
- selection and inspection of key characteristics
- process capability measurements
- statistical process control
- design of experiment
- inspection, and
- failure mode, effect, and criticality analysis.
Section 8.5.3 (NOTE) says: Examples of preventive action opportunities include:
- Risk Management
- error proofing
- failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA)
- and information on product problems reported by external sources
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- Advanced SPC
- DOE: Screening Experiments
- Introduction to FMEA Training
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This course provides an introduction to the concepts of Design of Experiments along with detailed instruction on how to conduct screening experiments using Placket-Burman and Taguchi techniques.Add To Cart
Advanced SPC teaches engineers and quality personnel how to select and set-up control charts as well as how to conduct process capability studies. X-bar & R charts, IX & MR charts, other variable-data charts and attribute charts are covered. Methods for conducting process capability studies include how to deal with complications encountered during capability studies. The training also covers alternative process capability measures including Six Sigma capability and the use of Z-values.Add To Cart
Introduction to FMEA Training introduces learners to the basic concepts of conducting a Failure Mode and Effects Analysis. It is ideal for managers and supervisors who oversee teams responsible for conducting FMEAs, but who will not be actually serving on the FMEA team.
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