AIAG VDA FMEA webinars in April 2020

During April I had the possibility to sustain webinars regarding AIAG VDA FMEA – Process FMEA together with our Dekra training partner.

During several online sessions I had the possibility to meet lot of peoples interested, from various automotive companies.

In this webinar we have discussed:

  • What are major differences between AIAG FMEA and AIAG VDA FMEA
  • Process breakdown – from highest level up to lowest level
  • Link Process – Function and requirement(s)
  • How to define failure modes
  • Effects and associated severity
Dekra FMEA presentation

I found interest in this topic, positive feedback and not at last lot of curiosity .

Thank you Dekra and my colleagues from automotive industry for this opportunity!

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Not at last, I invite you to read articles regarding D FMEA and P FMEA and download free XLSM templates from my colleagues – Omnium Software Products.



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A senior automotive industry specialist, combining IATF 16949 and related tools expertise with engineering and digital tools development to drive continual improvement over first and second tier automotive suppliers. Accustomed to work in multidisciplinary environments across IT, automation, quality, engineering and project management disciplines. Intranet Portals developer enthusiast since 2002 and continual updating the implementation as technology changes. Provided services: - continual improvement/ problem solving implementation by using custom-made digital tools such are Engineering Changes Management Systems (ECR, ECO, ECN - APQP), Risks and opportunities management, Documents Control, lean manufacturing support tools like Andon, working standard digitalization, IoT. - support/ coordination of IATF 16949, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 management systems implementation including customer specific requirements like Formel-Q, VDA 6.3, ASES.. - employees coaching and trainings for TPM, APQP, SPC, MSA, FMEA and G8D

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