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The Marriage of the PFMEA and Control Plan-A Dynamic Control Plan (DCP) - By Compliance Global Inc.
The Dynamic Control Plan (DCP) is a blend of the Process Failure Modes Analysis (PFMEA) and Control Plan (CP) into one document! It entirely eliminates the need for a stand-alone Control Plan. By essentially “bolting on” a few columns to the PFMEA, the CP is more powerfully enabled to effectively prevent and/or detect the risk-analysis process that it is originally designed to manage.
This little-used but AIAG approved format can reduce hundreds of hours of engineering/quality time in document preparation. It mitigates disconnects in the Corrective Action/Preventive Action (CA/PA) analysis process. Participants will review how to draft a model DCP from a provided sample. Attendees will be motivated with a plan of how to simultaneously reduce complexity while improving upon the efficiency and effectiveness of their quality management system.
Why Should You Attend:
Learn how to develop, manage and apply a DCP while reducing work content and improving upon process effectiveness. Minimize system risk by combining the PFMEA and CP into one effective format.
Areas Covered in this Webinar:
Process Failure Modes Effects Analysis (PFMEA): High level overview of PFMEA column content. Not designed to be an in-depth session of each PFMEA column
Control Plan (CP): High level overview of CP column content. Not designed to be an in-depth session of each PFMEA column
Dynamic Control Plan (DCP): Step by step blend of the two documents per general AIAG standards; no column will contextually be left behind. Participants will see how 2-3 lines of a DCP are modeled for simulated items including both variable and an attribute features
Benefits Review: Participants will understand the pros/cons of the DCP format including:
Pros: Some positives include reduced overall time in document management, reduced duplication of data collection, reduced risk of document alignment, Improved utilization in CA/PA analysis, etc
Cons: Some cons that need to be managed include transitioning the “silos” of engineering and quality teams into one effective group and managing customer expectations of independent formats, etc.
Reduce business complexity
Increase effectivity of both the PFMEA and CP formats
Mitigate system cross-referencing errors
Increase risk-management thinking
Who Will Benefit:
Jd Marhevko is currently the VP of Quality, Lean and EHS for Accuride Corporation. Three (3) Accuride sites have won the prestigious Manufacturing Excellence Award (in 2014-2015). She has been involved in Operations and Lean/Six Sigma efforts for almost 30 years across a variety of industries. Jd is an ASQ Fellow. In 2016, Jd was awarded both the Shainin Medal and honored as one of the top 100 Women in Manufacturing by Washington DC’s Manufacturing Institute. With ASQ she also holds the CMQ/OE, CQE, CSSBB and is an ASQ Certified Trainer for a variety of Quality Tools. She is an MBB and has held various Baldrige Assessor roles. Jd is a Past-Chair of the ASQ Quality Management Division (QMD), a 25,000 member organization and supports several ASQ divisions in a variety of capacities. Jd is a Howard Jones awardee, the QMD’s highest honor. She holds a BSE from Oakland University in MI and an MSA from Central Michigan University.
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