DFMEA in Applying Boundary and Parameter Diagrams 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.

Transparency and accuracy in the development of FMEA! Boundary and P-Diagrams provide valuable support for this. FMEA facilitators, but also development engineers and planners from manufacturing and quality assurance, love using these simple “tools” for the following tasks:

  • Determining the system boundaries of the object of analysis
  • Visualizing system structures
  • Identifying interfaces
  • Describing functions more accurately
  • Identifying “noise and control factors” at an early stage.

Boundary and Block Diagrams can be developed without having to use special software tools, in the simplest case with paper and pencil, and can provide a strong sounding board for team communications and innovative creativity.

This DC ONLINE event provides the knowledge and skills necessary to apply these Block Diagrams.

Scope of services

  • Precisely fitting information at the highest quality level
  • Each participant will receive a training confirmation.
  • Each participant receives the webinar training material.
  • Benefit

    Participants will learn how to develop and apply Boundary and Parameter Diagrams in the context of development projects. The second goal of this DC ONLINE event is to use their content as a starting point and content for D-FMEA.

    Participant fee
    The participation fee is 138,00€ (net)
    Speaker of the presentationsHere you can see the speaker who will give the presentations at the event.
    Winfried Dietz

    Dietz Consultants GmbH
    www.dietz-consultants.com

    Winfried Dietz is the founder and managing partner of DIETZ Consultants with subsidiaries in Asia and North America. He shoulders the responsibility of the FMEA business area development. Winfried Dietz has more than 30 years of practical experience, 25 years thereof as a consultant, trainer and coach. Other areas of interest and work include APQP, 8D, PPAP and functional safety and their interactions. Winfried Dietz is the organiser of the annual Osnabrück FMEA Forum.