VDA/AIAG Harmonisation and Best Practice FMEA

14th Osnabrück FMEA Forum by DIETZ CONSULTANTS on March 27 and 28, 2019 in Osnabrück .

AIAG/VDA harmonisation is one of the hot topics in connection with FMEA and Risk Management 2019. For all intents and purposes, this topic is high up on the agenda at the 14th FMEA Forum of DIETZ CONSULTANTS on March 27 and 28 in Osnabrück. In line with the motto “Interactive.Productive.Innovative.", Jochen Pfeufer (Ibp Ingenieurbüro Pfeufer) as chairman of the VDA working group of FMEA will report on current developments and decisions in transatlantic cooperation on the FMEA methodology description. A workshop will be held to answer the question of possible new challenges associated with AIAG/VDA harmonisation. The Osnabrück FMEA Forum is the largest international networking platform for the exchange of ideas and knowledge with experts, users and moderators in the field of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis. More than 100 of the popularly sought-after places have already been filled.

"We are delighted that we have once again succeeded this year in roping in many top-class speakers from the fields of medical technology, automotive, wind energy and mechanical engineering sectors as well as renowned representatives of trade associations such as the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA)," said host and moderator Winfried Dietz (DIETZ CONSULTANTS). "I can promise all participants that our FMEA Forum will again provide a very good overview of what is really important in the world of FMEA and risk management. And not only do we offer the familiar high standard course of action, but also stay true to the motto - interactive, productive and innovative". Striking examples of this are the interactive question rounds, productive workshops and innovative forms of learning in the second FMEA Coaching Slam.

Our list of renowned speakers includes Konstantin Schäfer (KAPP GmbH & Co. KG) on the subject of Best Practice of FMEA in machine tool manufacture in the KAPP NILES Group. Dieter Hellwig (Robert Bosch GmbH) talks about “Error-free production - getting back on track with FMEA”, Dr. Alexander Schloske (Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation) shall address “FMEA for Detection measures in the field” (Monitoring and System Reaction MSR) and Dr. Uwe-Klaus Jarosch (Benteler Automobiltechnik GmbH) shall talk about “The burden with the "Special Features (BM)" - A proposed solution!” An expo of the most important developers of FMEA software and tools as well as ample scope for personal exchange and intensive networking bring the forum to a close.