Dear Sir/ Madam,
Day – 1 Statistical Process Control
What is Statistical Process Control?
Statistical Process Control is an effective method of monitoring a process through the use of Control Charts. It enables monitoring both process centre and its variation about that centre. By collecting data from Samples at various points, variations in the process that may affect the quality of the end product or service can be detected and corrected. SPC enables the task performer to do things ‘Right First Time’ and ‘Every Time’. This reduces waste as well as the likelihood that problems will be passed on to the customer. With its emphasis on early detection and prevention of problems, SPC has distinct advantage over other quality methods, such as inspection.
Objectives of Workshop
SPC is necessary to compete globally and achieve “zero defect” rates & PPM levels desired by customers.
Voice of process, Variation: Common and Special Cause, Process behavior: Location, Spread and
Shape, Basic Statistics for process behavior & Normal Distribution
Principle of control Chart: - Type of Control Charts: Variable, Attribute and Hybrid,
Preparatory Steps for Control chart
Precondition, Initial data collection, Limit Calculation, Limit Validation, Capability study, Ongoing
control and interpretation
Precondition, Initial data collection, Limit Calculation, Limit Validation, Ongoing control and
Precondition, Initial data collection, Limit Calculation, Limit Validation, Ongoing control
and interpretation, Capability study for Attribute Process
Stop Light, Pre Control, DNOM chart, Standardized X Bar- R & Standardized Attribute Chart, Zone
Day 2 – Process Mapping & FMEA (Failure Mode & Effect Analysis)
Process Mapping & FMEA technique is widely used by organizations in the manufacturing to achieve Zero Defect in the process, specially because the product quality is directly dependant on the process quality.
FMEA input is necessarily a TEAM EFFORT. One of the most important factors for the successful implementation of an FMEA program is the timelines. It is meant to be a “Before-the-event “action, not an “after-the-act” exercise.
Process Mapping is pre-requisite for successful implementation of FMEA in process.
Who will benefit most?
Engineers & Managers responsible for Product Development, Process Development, Quality Assurance, Reliability Engineering
Duration : Two Days
The training would be conducted by Mr. Praveen K. Pasricha, a Leader of Business Excellence Division. Tools & techniques taught by him include: Process Mapping, VSM & Process Improvement, FMEA, MSA, QC Tools, 5-S, KAIZEN, Mistake Proofing, QFD, DOE etc. Mr. Praveen has led Quality Improvement Initiatives for variety of Industries involving Automotive, Engineering, Process, Marketing, IT and ITes.
ELCINA : Rs. 6500/- per participant (Rs. 7303/- incl. Service Tax)
Non-Members : Rs. 7500/- per participant (Rs. 8427/ -incl. Service Tax)
(Service Tax 12.36%)
10% discount will be offered to companies who register 2 weeks in advance.
15% discount sponsoring 3 or more participants from the same organization.
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