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Event Brief

The fault tree analysis technique is widely used in the aerospace, defense, mass transit, automotive, biomedical, chemical, process, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and nuclear power industries.
The Fault Tree Analysis program is a two-day course that will teach your staff how to prepare fault tree analyses for your products and processes.

Benefits of Attending

Update Benefits of Attending to:

  • Identify potential product failure modes
  • Provide guidance to product designers such that potential failure modes are eliminated, or the effects of such failures are greatly mitigated.
  • Identify potential manufacturing and administrative process risks inherent in proposed processes during the concept and design phase.
  • Develop product and process reliability predictions as part of the FMEA process.
  • Quantitatively evaluate the probability of occurrence, risk, and severity of each potential failure mode.

Who Should Attend

Engineers, systems engineers, failure analysis engineers, system safety engineers, project engineers, reliability engineers, quality engineers, manufacturing engineers, and other members of your technical staff should attend this training.

Training Venue
Live Webinar
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For more information about the event, please contact +65 8363 3065 or email marketing@k2binternational.com

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Senior Member of Technical Staff, DSO National Laboratories

Radar Systems Design and Engineering, July 2012


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Radar Systems Design and Engineering, July 2012


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