FEMA Cuts Off Failure Before It Appears

Aug. 17, 2023
Society of Women Engineer's Diane Doise discusses failure identification and management solutions

Failure identification and management is a key aspect of keeping an operation running smoothly and safely. Being proactive in addressing failure can save money, time and even lives.

Failure mode and effects analysis (FEMA) can identify estimated probability of failure and operational effects that could be detrimental to production rates. The tool is designed to address potential problems before they occur.

Control columnist Greg McMillan met with process automation engineer Diane Doise, an industry veteran and an active member of the Society of Women Engineers to talk about how to minimize failures – occurrences, consequences and more.

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