Transcript: www.flmusiced.org The mission of the Florida Music Educators Association is to promote quality, comprehensive music education for all Florida Students as a part of their complete education. Board Members President- Sheila King President Elect Beth Cummings All of the presidents of the underlying organizations. Conference Uniting Music Education: Building Relationships. January 11-14 Why go? What else do they do? NGSSS Curriculum Maps Best Practices Publications Counties without supervisors NAfME FMIC Music Demonstration Schools Tri-M Guitar Summer Institute Where do I sign? Thank You! FMEA Florida Music Educator's Association Where do I sign?
Transcript: Identify potential failure modes for a product or process Assess the risks associated and prioritise issues for corrective actions Identify corrective actions to address the most serious concerns What did the customer ask for? What was needed? An analysis to make sure that the added components did not have a negative effect on the main system A criticality rating for the component based on the effect of a breakdown What was done? Input Black box Output FMEA
Transcript: Design FMEA Detail 3 What is FMEA? How does it work? Advantages Disadvantages Application to RUAS Agenda Failure Modes and Analysis (FMEA) What is FMEA? The approach used by both processes are to break down potential risks into manageable units FMEA Detail 4 Types Process FMEA By: Hassan Ferdous Proactive assessment of system failures and their respective consequences Top-down screening approach
Transcript: FMEA of Patient Health Corymarie Cooper Patient Admittance To Hospital The first step Patient Compliance The more information a patient is willing to give to health care professionals the better they can recieve treatment Allergies This includes; Health Conditions A complete list of medications a Patient is currently taking This helps in the diagnosis process as well as checking for any possible drug interactions for prescribed medications Diagnosis The doctor diagnosis the patient accordingly and then prescribes medications to help treat the symptoms and/or the disease Diagnosis A medication is prescribed to the patient based on their symptoms and in corredenance with the patients information that was given earlier Prescription The pharmacist goes over the prescription, checks the patients profile, and then verifies the prescription Pharmacy Pharmacist Acts as a Safety Check A pharmacist can go over the patients profile to check for any allergies and any other possible drug interactions Possible Drug Interactions As medictions are scanned they get checked by the computer system for any patient allergies and/or interactions Scan Medications Technology Acts as a Safety Check Examples Treatment Administration of Medication Nursing staff scans medication before administering it to the patient If a medication is administered to a patient that they are allergic to then bad adverse interactions can happen of which are bad to the patients health and their treatment. This is Another Safety Step to Check Patient Allergies Patient Relsease Pharmacists weren't aware that there were egg products in TPN's that had the intralipids Safety is a Group Effort Diatricians were aware that there are egg products in the Intralipids and keep that in mind when they construct a TPN for a patient The computer system is made to allert the Prescriber, Pharmacist and Nurse staff of egg products in certain medications. However, a TPN can be entered into the computer system without the system knowing the Intralipids are used.
Transcript: BC reporting What does SLA stand for? Why are SLAs that important? What does KPI stand for? Why are KPIs important? What does RM stand for? Why do we report on RMs? Why is it important? What can be the consequences of missed SLAs? Understanding SLA, KPI, RM Agreement between Service Delivery (Accenture) and Service Receiver (Client). This is negotiated and decisions are taken before both sides signs the agreement. It indicates clearly what kind of service is to be delivered and what kind of consequences might the parties face in case the of agreement breach. YOU What is it? What are we tracking and reporting? Why? dissatisfied manager missed objectives lower annual assessment result Results Why is it important? Results What is it? Research SLAs measure how good we are in doing our job; well tracked - helps us keep client satisfied; pushes to improve level of service are an identification of client expectations; SLAs measure how good we are in doing our job; well tracked - helps us keep client satisfied; pushes to improve level of service are an identification of client expectations; Agreement between Service Delivery (Accenture) and Service Receiver (Client). This is negotiated and decisions are taken before both sides signs the agreement. It indicates clearly what kind of service is to be delivered and what kind of consequences might the parties face in case the of agreement breach. SLA = Service Level Agreement YOU SLA Research Service Level Agreement SLA = Service Level Agreement dissatisfied manager missed objectives lower annual assessment result Understanding dissatisfied client fine for the company fall of service level and company reputation on marked dissatisfied client fine for the company fall of service level and company reputation on marked SLA What can be the consequences of missed SLAs? SLA, KPI, RM
Transcript: Wile E. Coyote & The RoadRunner Electromecánica y Materiales Black Box (VDA 4.2) Failure Modes and Effects Analysis SAE J 1739 SAE J 1739 Qualitative SAE J 1739 Systemized group of activities intented to: Recognize and evaluate the potencial failure of a product or process and its effects. Identify actions which could eliminate or reduce the chance of the potential failure ocurring. Document the process. Jorge Asiain Ford FMEA
Transcript: There are only 2 essentially different types of FMEA: both types of FMEA require a similar structure starting from here, we'll now only look at the failures Subelement 1 Acceleration takes too long Tooth material too soft Process-centered FMEA Failure Mode and Effect Analysis This is a car. It has several "Functions" - desired characteristics that we expect of it. 8 10 Basic element failures 1 D Diameter < 59.9 mm 8 Severity 4 Torque < 200 Nm @ 3000 U/min S 2 Product-centered FMEA 3 Red and yellow RPNs demand action in form of Car never reaches 100 km/h FMEA Measures Risk Priority Number [RPN] RPN And (you guessed it) it is also done for each basic element, in this example a gearwheel Each Cause has an 3 Occurrence So, for each root in a failure net we can calculate a Root element failures The same is done for each subelement, in this example a motor No means to fix gearwheel on drive shaft & 3 10 Tooth surfaces are too rough Each Effect has a 2 Subelement failures 6 Or they are detective, i.e. they improve the detectability of a failure There seems to be a causal connection... Root element 2 2 Measures can be preventive, i.e. they reduce the occurrence of a failure S O Basic element 2.1 e.g. known as: Design FMEA Machinery FMEA System FMEA Tool FMEA Failures Tooth surfaces are too rough Diameter > 60.1 mm No means to fix gearwheel on drive shaft Tooth material too soft Diameter < 59.9 mm Acceleration takes too long Steering not possible Passengers get wet Car never reaches 100 km/h Basic element 1.1 Tooth surfaces are too rough Diameter > 60.1 mm No means to fix gearwheel on drive shaft Tooth material too soft Diameter < 59.9 mm Basic element 2.2 That's what we call a Failure Net Tooth surfaces are too rough Diameter > 60.1 mm No means to fix gearwheel on drive shaft Tooth material too soft Diameter < 59.9 mm Process FMEA Assembly FMEA Logistics FMEA e.g. known as: Failures Torque < 200 Nm @ 3000 U/min Motor overheats at < 6000 U/min Max power < 150 kW Torque >> 200 Nm @ 3000 U/min Acceleration takes too long Steering not possible Passengers get wet Car never reaches 100 km/h 96 160 24 32 Each measure needs a person responsible for it Subelement 2 Effects Basic element 1.2 The color of the RPN indicates the overall Risk level Functions And for each Function, there is at least one "Failure", a way in which that Function goes wrong Provide a net torque of 200 Nm @ 3000 U/min Ensure safe function up to 6000 U/min Provide up to 150 kW of power Failures Functions And for each Function, there is at least one "Failure", a way in which that Function goes wrong Each measure needs to be clearly defined (when is it over?) Only the worst-case Effect is used for the RPN calculation 4 2 2 2 1 O Each measure needs a deadline Causes Modes Effects Torque < 200 Nm @ 3000 U/min Max power < 150 kW Motor overheats at < 6000 U/min Torque >> 200 Nm @ 3000 U/min ...and a 3 10 1 2 2 D Detectability Acceleration takes too long Passengers get wet Steering not possible Car never reaches 100 km/h Functions And for each Function, there is at least one "Failure", a way in which that Function goes wrong Provide teeth surfaces that can safely transmit 1000 N/tooth to the transmission Provide a means to be fixed on the drive shaft Diameter of force transmission: 60mm +/- 0.1mm Accelerate to 100 km/h in 14s Protect passengers from weather Enable easy steering Causes
Transcript: Failure Modes effect Analysis Merritt Backerman/ Hawkeyes date A Failure Modes effect analysis (Or FMEA.) Is a way to detect and prevent risks. An FMEA can allow engineers do make their products to Identify risks and make products safer. What Is A failure modes effect analysis? What is Failure mode Risk Analysis? A DFMEA or Design failure mode risk analysis is the process of assessing recognizing and preventing risks in engineering designs such as a car Dfmea Dfmea A PFMEA or process failure mode effect analysis is the method of assessing recognizing and preventing risks such as a car being built. PFMEA PFMEA FMEA wha first used in the 1960's in aeronautics during the Apollo missions. In the 1970s almost all automotive industry used FMEA because of Liability costs. today over (find data) companies use fmea today History of FMEA History of FMEA Opportunity 1 Opportunity 1 Opportunity 2 Opportunity 2 The FMEA process is a set of __ s. fmea process Fmea Process GOAL 1 Goal 1 GOAL 2 GOAL 2 Strategy How we used Fmea Action Item 1 Action Item 1 Action Item 2 Action Item 2 Action Item 3 Action Item 3
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