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Quality begins in the planning stages. Using the right tools, and using them properly, results in identifying the potential causes of failures and develops plans to prevent or minimize the possibility or severity of the occurrence.
The intent of a process control plan is to control the product characteristics and the associated process variables to ensure capability (around the identified target or nominal) and stability of the product over time.
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Process Failure Modes Effects Analysis (PFMEA)
The Process Failure Modes Effects Analysis is a systemized group of activities intended to:
- Recognize and evaluate the process failure of a product/process and its effect.
- Identify actions which could eliminate or reduce the occurance.
- Document the process.
- Track changes to process-incorporated to avoid process failures.
Download Potential Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (Process FMEA) (PDF - 103KB)