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Old 15th May 2017, 11:38 AM
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Re: Human Error vs Technique Root Cause (Categories)

While categorizing root cause issues is a great tool, I would be concerned that you are 'forcing' a root cause in many cases. The idea is for a open solution, and trying to fit it into a category slot limits those solutions. As for your example, just because the tool slipped does not mean 'human error', for instance, could a "locator" device or jig be used to prevent slipping? I am sure some type of template could eliminate this condition, and as such it seems you may have a process issue or technique concern. For example, it should not be possible to mispunch this, and you are relying on human technique to prevent it, which is not always perfect.
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