Reduce Human Error in Drug and Device Manufacturing
Minimizing human error continues to be a challenge for both device and drug makers, even those that have successful quality programs.
More frequent training doesn't seem to be the answer. In fact, studies show that lack of training is responsible for only about 10 percent of the human errors that occur.
So what other options do you have to reduce human error in your organization?
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You'll start with a basic premise: Investigations of “equipment failure” never end without learning why the equipment failed … so why do investigations of human error often end without learning what led to the error and how to prevent it from happening again?
Then you'll begin to learn to think about human error in a significantly different way:
Then you'll be introduced to root cause analysis techniques and how to apply them to your workers as well as your systems. The report includes the following tools that are essential to root cause analysis:
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