Root Cause Failure Analysis is an intense 2 days training program that integrates Engineering, Quality Assurance, Manufacturing, Manufacturing Engineering, and Supply Chain efforts to identify and eliminate root failure causes occurring in complex systems, subsystems, and components. The approach relies on fault tree analysis for identifying all potential failure causes and an associated set of technologies for evaluating each hypothesized potential cause. Hardware analysis, statistical analysis, design of experiments, technical data package evaluation, and other technologies are combined to provide an effective root cause failure analysis procedure for manufacturers, process industries, and other technology-based organizations.
Root Cause Failure Analysis training provides the concepts needed to effectively perform industrial troubleshooting investigations. RCFA Training also includes detailed design and troubleshooting guidelines, investigating techniques for system failures, which are needed to perform problems found in most production facilities. Root cause failure analysis helps you to identify what, how and why something happened, thus preventing recurrence.
This program uses a number of interactive techniques, taking into account individual’s experience, group discussions, video analytics, analysis by the participants, exercises and case studies.
This course is designed for manufacturing engineers, quality engineers, project engineers, design engineers, procurement specialists,
manufacturing managers, program managers, production managers and supervisors.