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FMEA

An attempt to prioritize system-wide problems that may arise in the provision of (health care) services. It involves a review of the likelihood that particular errors may be made, along with the magnitude of the effect of those errors. Failures that occur frequently or may have a large impact on outcomes are identified for proactive review and repair.
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The FMEA is one of the important planning tools to analyze the cause and consequence of failure.
As mentioned in the introduction, today's automotive industry relies in its mandatory risk assessment activities exclusively on the FMEA method which is required by the IATF standard.
After specifying the individual parameters S, O, and D, Table 6 shows the first FMEA analysis for the specified systems.
Quality Target Product Profile (QTPP); Process Mapping; Cause-Effect Analysis; Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA); and on to DoE.
The Failure Mode Effect and Analysis (FMEA) strategy is deliberated in Section 3.
In the article "A Grey Theory Based Approach to Big Data Risk Management Using FMEA" M.
No campo da seguranca alimentar, o FMEA pode ser: de processo, quando vinculado a producao de alimentos; ou de servicos, quando da disponibilizacao direta do alimento ao consumidor (SCIPIONE et al., 2002; ZAMBRANO; MARTINS, 2007; SCOTT et al., 2009; TSAROUHAS et al., 2009; OZILGEN, 2012).