Control Plan as per IATF 16949 and VDA 6 part 3 Process FMEA and handling “special features”
The FMEA process identifies risks in course of action. The Control Plan represents the measures for process control. Both are closely connected and must be maintained and managed in sync for an error-free series start-up. The seminar will showcase the key intersections of P-FMEA and Control Plan to FMEA moderators, subject matter experts, quality managers, work supervisors, production planners and test planners - for use in the field.

  • Set up of a process-FMEA according to VDA rules
  • Risk assessment in process-FMEA as per VDA
  • Development of a control plan (CP)
  • The interaction between P-FMEA and control plan / Relations between FMEA and control plan
  • Takeover and tracking of special features
  • Integrated creation of control plan and FMEA
  • Creation and maintenance of aforementioned documents in software commercially available (e.g. IQ from APIS)
  • Scope of services

  • 1 day
  • Professional seminar management
  • Seminar documents (PDF download)
  • Certificate of participation
  • Lunch as well as snacks and beverages during the coffee/tea breaks
  • Adequate freedom for sharing experiences and knowledge transfer
  • A pleasant training atmosphere with the best service
  • Benefit

    Planning control measures in the context of process development is essential for achieving the objective: Smooth series production. The event provides significant interactions between P-FMEA and control plan / production control plan. The core points of the event, which are given below, are of particular importance:

  • Interactions: Process FMEA and control plan
  • Creation of control plan with contents from process-FMEA
  • Identification and safeguarding “special features”
  • Creating and managing process-FMEA and control plan with the software IQ FMEA (Apis)

  • Group of participants

  • FMEA moderators
  • Experts for planned FMEA
  • Quality manager
  • Work preperation, production planner
  • Inspection planner, Quality manager
  • Participant fee
    The participation fee is 580,00€ (net)