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“Also known as FMEA, this tool is a defined analytical technique that lists the potential causes and sources of failure, allocates weighted point scores based on the expected frequency, chances of the failure to be detected and the degree of the consequences.”
“I'm no rocket scientist, but it seems like if this is a serious enough risk to damage the pad or spread debris over the local area - enough so that I'd think Level II would have required a formal Safety & Mission Assurance Risk Analysis/FMEA/Etc. With your issue + the vibration thing being similar to Apollo issues - seems like that stuff would be RocketScience101 & might there be some designer negligence invovled?”
“In proper FMEA, all identifiable failure modes would be included in the analysis.”
“Examples include: online system checks; black belts; event trees; simulations; a host of dreaded "TLAs" - three - (or four -) letter abbreviations - such as BFM, CAPA, CQM, CQE, CRM and FMEA; as well as Poka-yokes, KanBans and Jidoka.”
“Not to worry, the brand new FMEA camps with that barbed wire facing in should do us nicely.”
“BETTY NGUYEN, CNN CORRESPONDENT: I guess that's what it was, just too good to be true because FMEA says it's scrapping the plan.”
“Able to apply design/development tools as required FMEA, 8D Methodology, etc.”
“Working knowledge of FMEA's and statistical process controls required.”
“Coordinates and manages all Quality training for the organization such as KT problem solving training, APQP, FMEA's, PFMEA's, DFM, DFA, six sigma, etc.”
“Knowledge and familiar with Global 8-D, FMEA, DFMEA processes.”
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