What is your Quality tolerance? Ask yourself! Is it necessary to go for ZERO defects? Why is 99% or for that matter 99.9% good enough? Is it possible to be hundred percent defects free? To prosper in today’s economic climate we must be dedicated to continual improvement. Continuous improvement may be defined as the attempt to better meet customer requirements and expectations by progressively reducing process variation and quality costs using appropriate statistical control and problem solving techniques. The higher the sigma value, the less the variation and fewer defects the process will have. Six Sigma is the new standard of excellence at only 3.4 defects per million opportunities (DPMO). Rolled throughput yield determines the probability of a product or service making it through a multi-step process without being scrapped or ever reworked.
The value of continually reducing variation beyond traditionally accepted limits is important to understand. The economics of improving capability beyond specification limits is difficult to quantify. Use of statistical techniques need to be supplemented by 100% inspection of the product utilizing Poka-Yoke devices and accelerating feedback by self-checking and successive checking systems. Measurement systems are critical to proper data analysis and they should be well understood before process data are collected. For the purposes of this workshop it will be assumed that this system is under control and is not a significant contributor to total variation.
Understand the importance of SPC
Understand the business impact of variation reduction
Understand the concepts of control and capability
Be variation aware in decision making and actions in the workplace
The value of improved process capability
A strategy for reducing variation
The problem solving process and tools
Role of Self Inspection and Poka Yokes
Prevention vs Detection
Variation – Special & common causes
Process Improvement Cycle
Control Charts – How they work, Use and Benefits
Variable Control Charts
Attributes Control Charts
Control Charts – preparation, mechanics
Other Control Charts
Interpreting control charts
Understanding Process Capability
Alignment of Process to Customer Requirements
Who should attend?
The workshop will be very useful for engineers and managers from functions like design, manufacturing planning, production, maintenance and quality.
Medium: English/ Hindi
Fees and Registration:
Rs. 1,500 + GST 18% per person.
Rs. 1,400 + GST 18% per person for a group of Three to Four participants.
Rs. 1,300 + GST 18% per person for a group of Five to Nine participants.
Rs. 1,000 + GST 18% per person for a group of Ten or more participants.
Kindly provide details for registration to Email: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com; Name of the Program, name of the participants, company name, GST no., contact details.
Digital Certificate of Participation will be provided to all the participants.