Failure Modes, Effects & Criticality Analysis

The aim is to identify potential failure modes before they occur and to minimise the risk of failure.

The JFD FMECA courses are designed to provide suitably experienced technical personnel with the understanding and framework for performing a FMECA.

The course is split into an awareness (one day) and a practitioner (three day) course.

The courses are specifically focused on a saturation dive system and uses the NHC in house saturation system for practical exercises.

Course Start Date End Date Location Cost
FMECA Practitioner TBC   Aberdeen - NHC £1100 +VAT
FMECA Awareness  TBC   Aberdeen - NHC £400 + VAT

 

 

This course can be scheduled on demand anywhere in the world, please contact us to discuss your requirements. 

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Course Overview

The 3 day FMECA Practitioner Training Course is designed to provide suitably experienced technical personnel with the understanding and framework for performing a FMECA. The course is specifically focused on a saturation dive system and uses the NHC in house saturation system for practical exercises.


FMECAs are designed to:- 

  • Identify potential failure modes for a system
  • Assess the risk associated with those failure modes
  • Rank the issues in terms of importance
  • Identify corrective actions required to address the most critical concerns

Although applicable to any industry, the NHC FMECA Awareness Course has been designed to specifically focus on Saturation Diving Systems.

The aim is to identify potential failure modes before they occur and to minimise the risk of failure by proposing:-

  • Design changes
  • Operational procedures
  • Preventative maintenance plans

Course Objectives

The FMECA Practitioner Course is a three day course designed not just to brief personnel of the principles of FMECs but also to give them the skills to carry out top down FMECAs of diving systems.

Course aims to provide delegates with the technical understanding, knowledge of applying the FMECA methodology, within a structured FMECA document framework and templates to understand how to facilitate a FMECA, and practical experience on executing part of a Saturation Dive System FMECA.

NB In order to carry out FMECAs, candidates will require, in addition to completing this course, to demonstrate they have the necessary experience and specific technical and reporting skills through a formal competence verification process.

FMECA Practitioner Course Content 

Theoretical modules are complemented by detailed practical sessions.

Day One

Provide delegates with an awareness and understanding of:

  • FMECA History
  • FMECA Methodology
  • FMECA Team structure and selection
  • Defining the scope, parameters and boundaries of a FMECA
  • Preparing for the FMECA
  • Performing the FMECA on a simple system
  • Ranking the criticality items
  • Verifying the FMECA
  • Applying the FMECA

Day Two and Three

  • Preparing for a top down FMECA on a saturation dive system
  • Developing the relevant boundaries and framework for the FMECA
  • Practical execution of element of the FMECA using the NHC saturation dive system as subject
  • Compilation of the element of FMECA Report including criticality ranking
  • Review of FMECAs and lessons learnt

Entry Requirement

  •  Practical engineering, diving or ROV technical background
  • Be computer literate in MS Excel and Word

  • Candidates should attend the course with a laptop with both MS Word and MS Excel installed, and a power cable.

    NB This course is not suitable for candidates not having the above technical skills

Certification

On completion of the course, each student is issued with a NHC certificate of training.

Note that in order for an individual to facilitate a FMECA a combination of verified technical competence, relevant dive system experience and training in the FMECA methodology and process will be required.

Course Duration

3 Days.


Course Overview

The one day NHC FMECA Overview Training Course is designed to provide delegates with an understanding of the methodology, purpose, function and application of a FMECA, in addition to the approach for reviewing existing FMECA’s.

Although the FMECA awareness course is a stand-alone module, it also acts as day one of the three day course designed for FMECA practitioners.

FMECAs are designed to:-

  • Identify potential failure modes for a system
  • Assess the risk associated with those failure modes
  • Rank the issues in terms of importance
  • Identify corrective actions required to address the most critical concerns

Although applicable to any industry, the NHC FMECA Awareness Course has been designed to specifically focus on Saturation Diving Systems.

The aim is to identify potential failure modes before they occur and to minimise the risk of failure by proposing:-

  • Design changes
  • Operational procedures
  • Preventative maintenance plans

Course Objectives

 Provide delegates with an awareness and understanding of:

  • FMECA History
  • FMECA Methodology
  • FMECA Team structure and selection
  • Defining the scope, parameters and boundaries of a FMECA
  • Preparing for the FMECA
  • Performing the FMECA
  • Ranking the criticality items
  • Verifying the FMECA
  • Applying the FMECA

Course Content 

Theoretical modules are complemented by detailed practical sessions.

On completion of this course delegates will be briefed on:

  • The principles and importance of FMECA
  • The process for executing a FMECA on a simple mechanical system

Entry Requirements 

  • No prior experience is required for the FMECA Awareness course. Delegates can attend from any industry.
  • Candidates should attend the course with a laptop with both MS Word and MS Excel installed, and a power cable.

Certification

On completion of the course, each student is issued with a NHC certificate of attendance.

Note this certification is an attendance certificate only – NHC does not deem delegates trained to perform; or participate in a FMECA after attending the course.

Course Duration

One day

 

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