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Reducing Human Error

5 Ways of Reducing Human Error in Manufacturing

Human error is a common occurrence in all organizations. For example, Amazon experienced an outage in 2017 due to human error. Another example is the cancellation of flights due to data center outage in British Airways in 2017. These errors…

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Step #3 Root Cause Determination: Procedures

In a previous blog post, we discussed the Training topic. Today we are going to learn how procedures could be the main reason for errors of execution on the manufacturing floor. Procedures are rules, and we create rules when we…

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Good Manufacturing Practices

GMP Training and Consulting

Standing for Good Manufacturing Practice, GMP training for error prevention is vital to reducing human error and ensuring high-quality production standards. Regardless of professional field, most lapses in product quality are direct results of human error rather than technological malfunctions,…

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Human Error Investigation

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If you're wondering how to prevent human error in workplace situations, let's take a page out of some recent, fairly disturbing news. Human error results in more than 80% of problems in both the Drug and Device Manufacturing Industry. Sometimes…

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Human Error: Tracking and Trending

Past errors, if they are not found and fixed, are often predictive of future mistakes. This is why companies must track and trend errors in the manufacturing environment. The causes of the errors must be identified, categorized and analyzed so…

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