Application of FMEA method in enterprise focused on quality
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Purpose: A new approach to production process monitoring in organization using Failure Mode and Effect Analysis method has been presented. Design/methodology/approach: The possibility of use of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis methods is connected with continuous quality improvement of organization. Interdependence of the quality research methods and production process’s requirements have been taken into account. Findings: At the present time the enterprises should integrate quality management and quality control with customer’s requirements, production process’s requirements and also quality methods. Such kind of strategy will enable to achieve success for these companies. Research limitations/implications: FMEA is a very important method which should be employed in companies for an engineering design, production process, new product in preproduction and production sphere in product life cycle. Aim of FMEA is establishing links between causes and effects of defects, as well as searching, solving and drawing the best decisions concerning application of proper action. Practical implications: The example of implementing FMEA shows possibility of monitoring chosen production process according to idea of defects prevention. Usage of this method allows to keep a process production focus, reduction in the product development cycle, providing opportunities for cost reduction. Originality/value: Application of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis in polish companies have been presented. It helps define Potential defect, Effects of defects, Defects causes in chosen production process of train hoops.
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