When Documented Work Instructions (WI) are NOT Needed

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Benjamin28

Re: When Documented Work Instructions are NOT Needed

I fail to understand why anyone in their right mind would write a "work instruction" like this. Documentation is all well and good, but these are downright silly.

Most simple work instructions are there only as an enforcement. Do it this way or else we penalize you for deviating from procedure! :mad:
 
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ramblinpaul

Re: When Documented Work Instructions are NOT Needed

But, I know this phrase which I think is attributed to Scott Adams the creator of Dilbert; “You can never underestimate the stupidity of the general public.”

Which is perhaps why instructions which seem natural to the more "with it", need to be detailed and written out for others.
 
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CliffK

Re: When Documented Work Instructions are NOT Needed

My personal favorites are the computer navigation ones.

1. On the menu, click on product code.
2. Press F10.
3. Type in your product code and scroll down until you find your formula.
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Ad nauseum
 
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