This one-day workshop on Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) will address both Processes FMEA's and Control Planning. FMEA is the technique used by organizations to identify, prioritize and mitigate risks. Attendees will learn about initiating risk assessments, scope definition, assignment of risks and prioritizing actions to mitigate risk.
ESDA is specifically designed to meet the analytical needs of those individuals working within a variety of industries. Areas of focus include: JMP basics, analysis of data for basic engineering and scientific applications including statistics, distribution analysis, capability assessment, variation analysis, comparison tests, sample size selection, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals and multiple factor modeling.
Design of Experiments is specifically designed to meet the analytical needs of those individuals working within a variety of industries. Instruction covers both basic and advanced concepts for the design and analysis of experiments.
This this two-day class, participants will be able to visualize three-dimensional parts from a two-dimensional drawing. They will be able to read supplemental information from the title block, list of materials, notes, and revisions. Suggested participants include: designers, engineers, inspectors, machinists, technicians, assemblers, draftsmen, estimators, maintenance mechanics, purchasing agents....individual who need to read information from a drawing.
GD&T is an information packed course presented through lecture, demonstration, discussion, and written exercises that will provide participants with the tolerancing tools and techniques to:
Ensure interchangeability of mating parts
Improve quality and productivity
Bid new contracts with confidence
Interpret and apply ASME Y14.5M - 1994 & ASME Y14.5 - 2009 standards
One-day training on the Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) to provide Medical Device Manufactures an overview of the MDSAP process, MDSAP documentation, MDSAP Audits, and how to prepare for participating in the MDSAP program for Canada, Brazil, Australia, Japan and the United States.
Tolerance Analysis is an information packed course that will provide participants with the analytical tools needed to set up a tolerance problem, determine the 100% tolerance stack-up in an assembly, analyze fixed and floating fastener assemblies, and use statistical tolerancing.
This one-day workshop on the newly released ISO 9001:2015 Standard will review significant changes to the Standard and how it relates to ISO 9001:2008. A review of the context of the organization, interested parties, and how it relates to the Quality Management System are reviewed. New requirements, including Risk Management and the evolving role of management/leadership are also addressed. Transition process to ISO 9001:2015 is reviewed and the period/process for transition is covered. The strategy to review and update (Revamp) the QMS is discussed as the transition will provide an ideal opportunity for Quality System “house cleaning”.
This 1-day workshop is intended to provide an understanding of the ISO 13485:2016 changes and how to audit to the new requirements. Audience: Trained ISO 13485:2003 (EN ISO 13485:2012) Intended for auditors who are looking to upgrade to audit to ISO 13485:2016 requirements and individuals responsible for the oversight of ISO 13485 compliance.
This two-day workshop for internal assessors will focus on the new ISO 9001:2015 Standard; will receive working knowledge of the ISO 9001 Standard, the auditing process and the use of audit tools. Intended for Quality professionals, process owners who will be responsible for conducting audits to the ISO 9001:2015 Standard; individuals seeking to learn more about the standard for implementation purposes and individuals responsible for setting up internal assessor programs
GD&T is solid course that will provide participants with the tolerancing tools and techniques to: • Ensure interchangeability of mating parts • Improve quality and productivity • Bid new contracts with confidence • Interpret and apply ASME Y14.5M-1994 & ASME Y14.5-2009 standards