As part of the implementation and maintenance of a quality management system based on IATF 16949:2016 or AS9100D, the analysis of measurement systems is one of the essential quality tools for ensuring operational control of processes.
Among the various methods presented in the latest AIAG reference manual MSA (Measurement System Analysis), bias, stability, linearity and the study of Repeatability and Reproducibility of measurement systems are the focus of this training course.
Based on the approach and forms referred to in the AIAG MSA manual, this one-day training course will enable participants to familiarize themselves with the concept of variation through practical exercises. Participants will be able to specifically implement an R&R study in their company and interpret the results in order to make the necessary improvements.
This course is recommended for quality managers and team leaders, third-party auditors (IATF 16949 or AS9100 or other), anyone involved in the implementation of a quality management system (such as IATF 16949 or AS9100), and anyone interested in risk reduction and/or who wants to better understand MSA.
Acquire the knowledge and techniques needed to :
- select methods to assess measurement quality
- correctly interpret results
- in order to take appropriate action based on the results.
The course covers the following topics, among others:
- Variation concepts
- Bias overview, stability, linearity
- Attribute and variable R&R study
- Interpretation of results.
Although not a prerequisite, a general knowledge of, or some experience with, a standard such as AS9100, IATF 16949 or ISO 9001 could make learning easier.
1 day (7 hours)
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