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  • FMEA- Failure Mode Effects Analysis

    FMEA- Failure Mode Effects Analysis

    Failure Mode Effects Analysis training (FMEA) is a valuable tool for preventing failure in both product and process design. FMEA is not a form to be completed alone by the responsible engineer after the design has been completed.

  • 8D Problem Solving Process

    8D Problem Solving Process

    First developed by Ford Motor Company in 1987, the 8D Problem Solving Process is a systematic resolution methodology that was specific to the manufacturing sector, but has since been adapted into other areas of business for its emphasis on streamlining quality and reliability. The key advantage this process offers over others is in its comprehensive structure. Its goal is not to showcase how to better detect and shoot down problems, but rather how to reorient the system around the problem to contain it and institute features that permanently prevent a recurrence. Systemic reforms driven by the zero tolerance for risk and full accountability of “Root Cause Analysis”. The 8D Problem Solving Process has been beneficial to the auto industry in the thorough implementation of regulations that eliminates failures in product quality and customer safety. Its promotion of open, candid communication creates a workplace culture of precise, team-oriented problem solving that prepares one’s organization for the possibility of another crisis before it becomes evident. This 1-day program offers a rundown of the key principles at work in the 8D Problem Solving Process and how to implement them in your industry.

  • Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)

    Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)

    Cost of Poor Quality is how much money a non-conforming condition costs your organization especially defective materials.

  • Kaizen Process of Continuous Improvement

    Kaizen Process of Continuous Improvement

    KAIZEN is a Japanese word meaning gradual and orderly, continuous improvement. The KAIZEN business strategy involves everyone in an organization working together to make improvements 'without large capital investments'.