If it's a one time problem, correction and move on. It's not a systemic problem. If it happens more frequently then human proof it.
I've talked before about establishing triggers for helping an organization determine when to take a correction versus corrective action. Is your organization's system so rigid that corrective action is always required? Defining types of failures AND the failure outcomes (example : Nonconformances on Product Line A < $xxx = Correction) can help reduce the human determination of correction versus corrective action, it also takes out the human emotional contributing factor towards the nonconforming effect.