Achieving Effective FMEAs (Part 2 of 3)

Carl Carlson
Carl S. Carlson is a consultant and instructor in the areas of FMEA, reliability program planning and other reliability engineering disciplines, currently supporting clients of ReliaSoft Corporation. He has 30 years experience in reliability testing, engineering, and management positions, including manager of product reliability at General Motors. He co-chaired the cross-industry team that develop...read more



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The FMEA quality audit procedure is an essential part of ensuring good quality FMEAs. Yet, little is written on how to perform a positive and beneficial FMEA audit process. A high-quality FMEA is not attained merely by filling out a form. FMEAs must achieve each of the quality objectives. The purpose of an FMEA audit is to assess how well the FMEA quality objectives are achieved. The results of the audit provide valuable feedback to improve future FMEAs. The focus is on improving the FMEA process, not on the person or team doing the FMEA. This short course outlines the specific procedure for conducting effective FMEA audits.

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