Establish a foundational knowledge-base to analyze your manufacturing system and enhance its effectiveness. Gain a basic understanding of how to establish, analyze and implement a statistical process control (SPC) system in a manufacturing environment.
Discover the framework of how to implement and audit SPC fundamentals at your facility and develop a statistical toolbox that can be used for each of your projects that reflect the stability and capability of your manufacturing system.
Furthermore, gain a better understanding of how to develop measurement studies for each of your projects that reflect the stability and capability of your measurement system. Identify the linkages between the measurement system, using techniques of measurement systems analysis (MSA) and the appropriate tools for defining its continued capability and effectiveness. In addition, this course includes activities to help you understand and audit your measurement system.
Who Should Attend
Recommended for mechanical engineers, manufacturing engineers, quality engineers, PPAP coordinators, project and program managers, ISO/TS 16949 internal auditors, second-party auditors, anyone involved in product quality planning activities, anyone interested in learning more about the fundamentals of SPC and MSA. anyone involved in the implementation of ISO/TS 16949
- Translate linkage of SPC and the measurement studies with ISO/TS 16949 requirements and PPAP
- Incorporate the use of SPC and MSA through applied exercises
- Develop SPC tools based on defining customer requirements and acceptance criteria
- Develop measurement profiles based on defining customer requirements and acceptance criteria
- Application of planning and conducting MSA
- Demonstrate audit skills by utilizing of SPC and MSA basic fundamentals
Please Note: Attendance to the entire course is required to receive a Certificate of Attendance