“Risk Analysis and Failure Mode & Effect Analysis”
Presented by Richard Strube – CMSE – Universal Instruments
Risk Based Thinking has been introduced in the 2015 revision to the ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard. Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) has long been a tool used by the automobile industry to assess the severity and frequency of errors or problems that can occur and affect product or process quality, performance or reliability. By calculating the “risk number” or “n-number” (as it is frequently called) the potential impacts can be prioritized and actions taken to mitigate or prevent the specific issue from occurring. The FMEA can be a valuable tool to support Risk Analysis work. Since the n-number is quantified, the impact of corrective and/or preventive actions can also be readily seen. This presentation will provide valuable insight and practical experience in better understanding risk analysis.
Richard Strube is a Senior Product Safety and Compliance Engineering at Universal Instruments Corporation in Conklin, NY. Mr. Strube is a graduate from George Washington University in Washington D.C. and Northeastern University in Boston, Mass. He holds several patents and has served on numerous technical committees. His work experience includes U.S. and European commercial products related to locomotive/railroad systems, wind – gas – steam turbines, diesel engines, and circuit board component “pick and Place” insertion equipment. His responsibilities have included evaluating equipment to quality and reliability standards using System Failure Mode Effect Analysis, Risk Analysis, Safety Compliance, and Life Cycle Cost Analysis. He has been instrumental for product technical reviews to national and international health and safety specifications and to provide product manufacturers that have non-acceptable products with possible solutions to enable their products to meet the intent of the international requirements.
Event Location – Time – Cost:
The dinner meeting will be held at the TechWorks! – 321 Water Street in Binghamton, NY.
Networking and self-tours of the TechWorks! will begin at 5:30 pm. Dinner will be at approximately 6:00 pm with the program beginning at approximately 7:00 pm. Come early and experience the Technology of the Southern Tier at the TechWorks! Explore the vintage IBM 1401 computing system, see several Link Aviation flight simulators, observe the Link lunar lander command module simulator, watch the Universal Instruments printed circuit board “pick and place” component insertion machine in action, play the Link nickelodeon piano… and much, much more… with Southern Tier companies that represent the alphabet from “A to W.”
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Cost is $20 for general admission, including program and dinner – $10 for students including dinner – $5 minimum venue cover charge for all other attendees without dinner
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