FMEA is one of the most commonly used safety and quality analysis procedures used in a variety of industries. It is an inductive bottom-up approach that targets the relevant system, design, software, hardware, production, etc failure modes and evaluates their risks based on their levels of severity, expected occurrence, and detectability/preventive measures.
Learn how to analyze, evaluate and manage the risks during development to avoid systematic failures in your system.
Join this Expert Series webinar to learn more about Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, and about applying a risk management procedure to ensure the functional safety of your products.
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