Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a systematic way of analyzing any part or process to capture possible failure modes and come with possible preventive actions to prevent the failures.
FMEA is an analytical way of quantifying the cause and effect. In other words, FMEA implies identifying and critically evaluating the failure modes, impact, and likelihood of occurrence. For this, the Failure modes are organized based on the seriousness, recurrence and many-sided quality of their results.
FMEA helps with following situations:
Analysis of the failure modes of a part, process, and procedures
At whatever point a procedure, item or administration is over the span of improvement or recreation after quality capacity sending
While formulating a procedure for controlling another or an adjusted procedure
At whatever point a present procedure, item or administration is being actualized with another idea
While defining objectives for upgrade of a current procedure, item or administration