FMEA Training & Facilitation
company based in the UK

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We travel to you for the FMEA Facilitation or Trainings whether it be at home or abroad!

When failure is not an option choose Passionate about providing professional FMEA facilitation, methodology trainings and dedicated FMEA software!

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Since establishment in 2007 we have worked with a large number of major companies to either get them started with performing FMEA, as a risk analysis on new products, or to provide training in System, Process or Design Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, so that they can perform it independently. Click on the image below to find out more!
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Guideline for the charging of
Travel Costs

Travel costs are all expenses that were genuinely incurred by a legitimate business trip. This includes the travel itself, food & drink, accommodation and any other legitimate secondary costs.

Car Mileage Allowance: Mileage is charged for journeys made by the company representative that is using their own vehicle. This is charged at sixty six pence (0.66 GBP) per mile and is calculated from the company representative’s place of residence for the duration of the proposed event i.e. departure and return.

For journeys outside of the United Kingdom, one full working day (Travel Day), both outbound and inbound, is charged according to the daily rate specified within the offer letter (exclusion: Inbound Travel Day charge shall be excluded for non-long haul flights that depart on the last day of business). Journeys using the following modes of transport are charged as per the receipts, plus a car mileage allowance, if applicable: Bus, Taxi, Ferry, Rail, Airplane, Rental car. The mode of transport chosen is intended to minimise trip duration.

Flights: Premier Economy or Business Class flights will allow us to remain flexible and, in the event of a cancellation or disruption, will influence the charges accordingly (see cancellation charges). Direct flights shall be purchased where possible. Flights that exceed 4 hours flight duration, i.e. long haul flights, shall be purchased as Business Class. All flights are subject to availability; therefore, at the time of booking, purchasing a superior class of ticket, or using an alternative airline and/or airport may arise in order to adhere to the scheduled dates. This will affect the final travel costs. To minimise this risk we recommend providing a purchase order (PO) at least four weeks before the proposed event. Birmingham International (BHX) is the primary choice of airport for all flights, but certain destinations may require that an alternative airport is used, for example London Heathrow (LHR) or Manchester (MAN); car mileage allowance and applicable parking charges will apply in each case.

Food & Drink Allowance: Food & drink shall be charged if incurred whilst on the way, or during an overnight stay. This is charged at twenty five pounds per night and excludes breakfasts included within the price of the accommodation, or meals provided by the client. Where the representative has to purchase refreshments at the client’s premises then these costs may also be reimbursed as an additional item in the invoice.

Accommodation Costs: For each proven night’s bed & breakfast accommodation, the costs are reimbursed as per the receipt. This excludes secondary costs. The criteria applied to choosing accommodation takes into account facilities and services that may be required, for example: proximity to work place, car parking, special rates for the company receiving the FMEA service, internet access, food, en suite bath and shower facilities. Accommodation is generally four star rated, for example: DoubleTree by Hilton, Marriott, Radisson, Best Western, Mercure, Crowne Plaza. Where a stay requires six or more night’s accommodation, then a laundry costs may be included.

Secondary Costs: Secondary costs, such as; luggage fees, internet access, congestion charges, motorway tolls, parking, medical insurance, visas etc. will be reimbursed as per receipt as an additional item in the invoice. This also includes penalties incurred by rescheduling an event i.e. due to a requested from the customer.

Notes: All charges for travel will be calculated between the company representative’s place of residence to place where the work is undertaken over the specified duration. Offer letters display an estimation of travel costs only. The offer can be withdrawn at any time. The offers are valid for a period of twenty eight days.

Acceptance of an offer is acceptance of our terms and conditions, which can be found by clicking on the "Legal Notice" link below.

This page was last updated 25th January 2018


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As we're based in the
West Midlands, we are ideally located to cover
the United Kingdom and further afield!

FMEA trainings & facilitation for International companies

In addition to this we are based in the UK just 40 minutes from Birmingham Airport and less than 3 hours from London Heathrow, therefore we are ideally located to provide our services within Europe & further afield!
Interested, then please call us or fill out the contact form.




How long will the FMEA last? :: can reduce the time invested in the FMEA activity
Our FMEA training courses generally last between 1 & 2 days and our FMEA Software courses normally last between 2 & 3 days, depending upon the software product and version.
What about the time required to do a professional FMEA? Well See some examples of how long a FMEA can take.







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