Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) skills matrix template

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Overview

With our free FMEA skills matrix template, you will receive a clear overview of the skills that are present in your organization, as well as those that are missing. Using this information, you can develop and implement a plan to ensure that your employees’ skills are up to date, comprehensive, compliant, and ready for the future.

  • Certified FMEA Practitioner (CFP)
  • Certified FMEA Specialist (CFS)
  • Certified FMEA Facilitator (CFF)
  • Certified FMEA Analyst (CFA)
  • Certified FMEA Team Leader (CFTL)
  • Certified FMEA Moderator (CFM)
  • Certified FMEA Auditor (CFA)
  • Certified FMEA Consultant (CFC)
  • Certified FMEA Trainer (CFT)
  • Certified FMEA Engineer (CFE)
  • Certified FMEA Moderator (CFM)
  • Certified FMEA Master (CFM)
  • Certified FMEA Coach (CFC)
  • Certified FMEA Coordinator (CFC)
  • Certified FMEA Practitioner (CFP)
  • Certified FMEA Specialist (CFS)
  • Certified FMEA Analyst (CFA)
  • Certified FMEA Auditor (CFA)
  • Certified FMEA Team Leader (CFTL)
  • Certified FMEA Expert (CFE)

Related skills

FMEA Methodology: Skill in applying the FMEA methodology to identify and prioritize potential failure modes, their causes, and associated effects. Certifications such as the Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) offered by ASQ validate knowledge of FMEA principles, risk assessment, and mitigation strategies.

FMEA Documentation: Proficiency in documenting FMEA processes, results, and recommended actions in a clear and concise manner. While there is no specific certification solely focused on FMEA documentation, expertise in documentation practices can be demonstrated through experience and adherence to industry standards.

Risk Assessment: Competency in assessing and analyzing risks associated with failure modes to determine their severity, occurrence, and detection. Certifications such as the Certified Risk Management Professional (CRMP) offered by the Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) demonstrate understanding of risk assessment techniques, risk mitigation strategies, and decision-making under uncertainty.

Cross-Functional Collaboration: Ability to collaborate with cross-functional teams to gather inputs, knowledge, and expertise during the FMEA process. While there is no specific certification solely dedicated to cross-functional collaboration in FMEA, effective collaboration skills can be demonstrated through experience and success in working in diverse teams.

FMEA Implementation and Continuous Improvement: Proficiency in implementing FMEA recommendations and driving continuous improvement based on FMEA findings. While there is no specific certification solely focused on FMEA implementation and continuous improvement, certifications such as the Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA) offered by ASQ validate knowledge of quality improvement methodologies, action planning, and performance measurement.

Benefits

Skills management software is important in FMEA as it enables organizations to assess and manage the skills of employees involved in conducting FMEA studies, ensuring they possess the necessary expertise to identify and mitigate potential failure modes and their effects on product quality and safety.

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