Error Proof – How to Stop Daily Goofs for Good

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Error Proof – How to Stop Daily Goofs for Good

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The ‘Error Proof – How to Stop Daily Goofs for Good’ book gives you over 100 best practices and strategies to help you ‘error proof your workplace and key work processes. It was created by Kevin McManus, who has served as an industrial engineer, Production Manager, Plant Manager, and Director of Quality during his 35 plus year business career.

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Error Proof – How to Stop Daily Goofs for Good

Six sigma levels of quality cannot be achieved by simply asking people to be careful.  Instead, we have to error proof our work processes to sustain excellence over time. This new book on process error proofing will help you do that.

How do restaurant, energy, and aviation employees achieve very low error rates on a consistent basis, while others who do less mistake prone work make significantly more errors each day? What best practices are used to sustain levels of procedure compliance near or at 100%? This new book on process error proofing gives you over 100 best practices and strategies to help you better ‘mistake proof’ your workplace and stop daily goofs for good.

In this book, you will learn how to:

  • Identify those work processes that are key in reducing human error rates
  • Make improvements to the error minimization strategies you already use
  • Better measure the effectiveness of your error proofing safeguards
  • Develop your own prioritized, ‘Becoming More Error Proof’ plan

Who wrote the ‘Error Proof’ book?

The “Error Proof – How to Stop Daily Goofs for Good” book was written by Kevin McManus, who has served as an industrial engineer, Production Manager, Plant Manager, and Director of Quality during his 38-year business career. He has facilitated over 500 performance improvement workshops, and he has been teaching the TapRooT® root cause analysis process internationally for fourteen years. Kevin is currently serving a three-year term on the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award judges panel, and he has served as a national Examiner, Senior Examiner, or Alumni Examiner in 18 prior years. Kevin writes the monthly Performance Improvement column for Industrial and Systems Engineer magazine.

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 1 × 7 in
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