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'Preventive Action' - the often ignored side of CAPA: Use FMEA to build preventive action into your CAPA program

Instructor: Holly Duckworth
Product ID: 701152
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This Quality management training will show you how to use methods you probably already have in place to create effective preventive action. Linking these on-going tools to your CAPA program will increase the benefit.

Description

Many organizations focus on improving root cause problem solving and tracking issues and corrective actions. That’s a good beginning to a CAPA program. But many organizations don’t effectively implement Preventive Action.

This Analytical Methods Validation will show you how to use methods you probably already have in place to create effective preventive action. Linking these on-going tools to your CAPA program will increase the benefit. These preventive action methods include: FMEA, Lean Production, Six Sigma, Tolerance Design, and Standard Work. Are you taking Preventive Action credit and maximizing the benefit for the work you’re already doing?

Areas Covered in the seminar:

  • ISO CAPA requirements.
  • The need to focus on preventive action, as much or more than corrective action.
  • What counts as preventive action.
  • Understanding elements of FMEA, Lean, Six Sigma, Tolerance Design, and Standard Work as they pertain to preventive action.
  • How to link preventive actions to a CAPA program.
  • How to work smarter, not harder, to reduce the need for corrective action.

Who will benefit:

In this receding economy, companies must work more effectively to eliminate mistakes and thus the need for corrective action. Full benefit must be extracted from continuous improvement programs, product development, and operations. Using these existing programs to focus on reducing the need for corrective actions improves the effectiveness of everyone’s work.
  • Quality managers and engineers responsible for a CAPA program
  • Product designers
  • Operations managers
  • Supervisors

Instructor Profile:
Holly Duckworth, is a certified Master Black Belt with over 20 years experience. As a principal with Savvy Consulting, she advises change agents in influence strategies and creates improvement cultures. She has over 2,000 hours in corporate training and instruction. Her background includes Continuous Improvement, Operations Management, and Quality Management. She is a Regional Director for the American Society for Quality, ASQ Certified Quality Manager, and ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt. In addition to multiple articles published in iSixSigma Magazine and Global Business and Organizational Excellence journal, she is the co-author of two books in pre-publication status: “My Six Sigma Workbook” with Paton Professional Publishing, and “ Tools for Improving Social Responsibility: Risk Mitigation through Failure Analysis” with CRC Press.

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