Dr. Wayne Taylor - Taylor Enterprises, Inc.
for Engineers and Quality in the FDA Regulated Industries
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Statistical Process Control II - Trending Data (1-day)
Follow-up to Statistical Process Control I - Introduction, focusing on applying control charts in manufacturing to improve and maintain process performance. Topics include determining the number of samples to select, the sample frequency, how to handle out-of-control points, and how to handle common complications such as multiple characteristics, multiple stations and short production runs. Control charts for the average, median, range, standard deviation, percent defective and counts are all covered. It also teaches how to effectively implement SPC in a manufacturing plant.
The class is hands on. Several exercises involve the actual collection and analysis of data generated in class. The course is also full of practical advice on how to effectively utilize SPC. Four detailed cases studies demonstrate the proper role of SPC and potential pitfalls to avoid.
What You Will Learn
This course is intended for management, supervisors and engineers who want to implement SPC in their facility or organization. Previous exposure to the normal distribution and standard deviations is helpful.
Participants receive a comprehensive course manual.
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