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How To Conduct An Effective RFMEA (Reverse Failure Mode & Effects Analysis)

Updated: May 22

ENCONA hosted a free webinar on 17 May 2022, moderated by TARRYN JORDAAN, who was joined by subject matter experts HANS TRUNKENPOLZ and MARC SCHAEFFERS in an open discussion on this topic.


Reverse FMEA is a structured process of continuous improvement that aims to ensure the permanent updating and progress of an FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) study. This risk assessment method is based on reality and not predictive reliability.


The recording is available for you to watch, or find it on our podcast. Feel free to share and you are able to download the slides and examples used below:


How To Conduct An Effective RFMEA
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FMEA Initial Example
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FMEA Initial Example After SOP
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RFMEA Example Excel Entry Form
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RFMEA Example Excel Results
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* NOTE: these examples are an Excel-based export from the integrated DataLyzer Software solution. As discussed in the webinar, advanced manufacturing software is the way forward. You can find more information about DataLyzer here and we'd be happy to demo it for you.


How To Conduct An Effective RFMEA (Reverse Failure Mode & Effects Analysis)


About Hans Trunkenpolz:

University for Mechanical Engineering: Engineers Degree, University of Salzburg, Austria. Chairman of the Board and Founder of ENCONA. Certified VDA 6.3 and IATF 16949 third-party auditor. He has over 30 years of experience in the automotive industry, including operations and process engineering positions at KTM and BMW. He has conducted over 2500 audit days across numerous countries worldwide, is an extremely experienced auditor and subject matter expert, and shares his knowledge through our courses.


About Marc Schaeffers:

Our guest panelist, Marc, CEO of DataLyzer and Co-Founder of OEE Coach, is a specialist in the implementation of SPC, FMEA, MSA, OEE, CAPA, and Six Sigma. He has 30+ years of experience with the implementation and automation of these tools in more than 600 companies worldwide in the food, automotive, aerospace, semiconductor, packaging, pharmaceutical, medical devices, solar and hi-tech industries.


About Tarryn Jordaan:

Rhodes University: Bachelor of Commerce (Economics & Management). Tarryn is ENCONA's Global Marketing Manager and is one of the leads in automating and integrating our internal systems. She gained over 15 years of global experience in various roles including analytics, project, client, and operations management in the market research industry, before finding her passion in marketing, harnessing both her creativity and technical abilities, through both digital and traditional marketing methods.

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