## Mistake-Proofing Training## Show Course Outline |

## Course Objectives## Unit 1: Mistake-Proofing Primer- Understand the goal of mistake-proofing.
- Know the language of mistake-proofing.
- Recognize mistake-proofing solutions in everyday life and use these solutions as triggers for ideas to mistake-proof your processes.
- Identify the five process input elements that exist in any process.
- Recognize why errors are made.
- See the value of improving processes so that mistakes are prevented instead of relying on inspection to find mistakes.
## Unit 2: Effects of Mistake-Proofing- Be able to rank the relative power of the different forms of mistake-proofing effects.
- Recognize a forced control effect. Be able to apply:
- Elimination
- Combination
- Guides
- Process control
- Have an understanding of some of the types of sensors available to achieve a shutdown effect.
- Have an understanding of some of the types of devices available to create a mistake-proofing solution using a warning effect.
- Know how to apply sensory alert effects to mistake-proofing.
## Unit 3: Implementing Mistake-Proofing Solutions- Learn to apply mistake-proofing solutions after the root cause has been found.
- Be able to evaluate whether the mistake-proofing solution is practical, feasible, and cost-effective.
- Learn how to build-in ways to assure your solution does not get overridden.
- Evaluate the robustness level of your solution.
- Become familiar with 10 improvement tools that complement the mistake-proofing process.
## Unit 4: Mistake-Proofing in ActionIn this unit, recurring problems from a variety of industrial settings are explored and successful mistake-proofing solutions are shown. The problems come from the following industrial settings: - High volume manufacturing.
- Assembly operations.
- A job shop environment.
- Process industries.
- Equipment set-up.
- In the office.
The primary objective of this Unit is to expose you to a variety of mistake-proofing solutions to help you develop your own mistake-proofing solutions. The secondary objective is to help you think through the solution presented and then identify what type of solution has been used. |