Reducing Variation with Statistical Process Control

Statistical Process Control (SPC) provides the means for the control of product quality and the reduction of process variation. To be successful you need to know how to collect data, understand the concepts underlying variation, select the appropriate chart for your process, and interpret results. Participants will also learn how to use MINITAB® to create control charts.

Topics Include:

Variability and randomness

Definition of “process”

Process capability

Central Limit Theorem

Normal and binomial distributions

Special cause and assignable cause variation

X and R charts, plus I/MR charts for individual observations

P, np, c and u charts • SPC using MINITAB®


Contact
Rebecca Ziebarth


585-475-2033

Event Snapshot
When and Where
Monday, July 22, 2019
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Hugh L. Carey Hall
Room/Location:
2575/2585
Tuesday, July 23, 2019
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Hugh L. Carey Hall
Room/Location:
2575/2585
Who

Open to the Public

Cost
$695
Students
$556
Faculty/Staff
$556
Alumni
$556
Interpreter Requested

No