What is FMEA?

FMEA stands for Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, it is a step-by-step approach for identifying all possible failures in a design, a manufacturing or assembly process, or a product or service. From ISO 14971: “FMEA is a technique by which the consequences of an individual fault mode are systematically identified and evaluated. It is an […]

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Hazard Analysis & FME(C)A on Jira – SoftComply Risk Manager PLUS is out now!

We are happy to inform you that our Risk Management solution for Jira has gotten an upgrade for Jira Server users – the SoftComply Risk Manager Plus focusing specifically on safety-critical product/device/system risks. SoftComply Risk Manager Plus supports both Hazard Analysis as well as FME(C)A, including FME(C)A with Detectability and RPN (Risk Prioritization Number). Although […]

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FME(C)A or FMEA?

FMEA or FMECA? Criticality or not? Which one is better? Which one should you use? The answer is simple: it depends. You are probably fed up with the “it depends” answers you get in this sector. But in this case it means “It depends on YOU”. First the compliance bit: there is no requirement, in […]

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