Reduce the Risk of Failure by Using Process Failure Mode and Effect Analysis

A construction job site is a very fluid work environment, in a state of constant change, both planned and unplanned, and failures can happen at any point in the process. The jobsite needs proactive management to organize the relationships and remove the risk of these process failures from occurring.

Process Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (PFMEA) is considered one of the most beneficial tools for risk analysis. PFMEA can help determine the process and planning failures on the jobsite, what went wrong and what changes need to take place to correct it. In construction, PFMEA is a method that can be used as a structure for planning and prevention during the manufacturing process. This program teaches the principles exercised successfully by other industries. It focuses on thorough understanding, purpose, components and procedures of the PFMEA, as well as customizing rating scales, common mistakes and case studies.

Following this course, participants will be able to:

  • Examine simple methods and tools for planning and reducing process failures on the jobsite
  • Identify the possible effects of the failures which can impact job productivity
  • Discuss and apply techniques for improvement
  • Describe an effective risk analysis tool to predict failures
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