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Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
Introduction to Construction Quality Planning, Applying APQP to construction manufacturing, published by the Construction Innovation Hub in December 2019, suggests that: ‘Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (PFMEA) is applied in Phase 3 of CQP (Construction Quality Plan) to analyse risks to the product through the failure of the process at the different manufacturing steps. The risks analysed at this stage are not only for the customer but also for the manufacturer. In order to complete the PFMEA, a preliminary manufacturing process flow must be established and the DFMEA must be complete. The key outputs from the PFMEA are identification of the process key characteristics and the control plan.’
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