- This two-day training is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the importance of MSA in controlling and improving the production process and to give a practical knowledge of using statistical methods in analyzing the measurement system.
- To define and understand a measurement system and the causes of variation therein; to be able to qualify the sources of variation.
- To be able to analyze this data to improve the measurement system, design or choose appropriate systems for measurement, data collection and use.
- To maintain these measurement systems over the life of the manufacturing process they are used with includes Non-Replicable MSA.
1. Introduction to MSA
- MSA: ISO/9001:2000 & Sector-specific Requirements
- Statistical Properties of Measurement Systems
- Discrimination, Calibration, Reference Standards
- Measurement Planning
- Application of MSA to Continual Improvement
- Analysis of Results
- Summary and Definitions
- Measurement Systems Variation
- Measurement Error
- Accuracy & Precision
- Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility (GR&R) Studies
- Advanced analysis (ANOVA Crossed)
- Attribute Systems,
- Non-Replicable Systems (Destructive Testing) with Nested Anova
- Quality Managers
- Quality System and Lab Technicians
- Management Representatives
- Internal Auditors who audit MSA
- Persons responsible for planning, using and maintaining measurement systems
- Engineers and individuals responsible for process improvement
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