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Human Error Prevention Workshop – April 11th, 2014

cancelledPrecept – Except for (a) risks from decisions based on cost-benefit analysis and (b) risks that are unidentifiable in advance (e.g., those associated with discovery and invention) – except for these risks, all losses to an enterprise are attributable to human error in the design of processes, including the design of the hardware used in the processes, and in the implementation of the processes. The prevention of human error should have very high priority.
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One day course – “What’s Your Problem”

The ASQ Lehigh Valley Section is presenting a one day course titled “What’s Your Problem” by Kicab Castaneda-Mendez on Friday, May 10, 2013 at the Days Hotel, 3400 Airport Road in Allentown, PA.

This course involves identifying and solving the five types of Process Problems. The presenter has 30 years of consulting experience, has written several books and numerous articles. He has also given more than 50 conferences. He is a GE certified Master Black Belt, MBB/BB/GB trainer and facilitator. He has two master’s degrees (statistics and mathematics). Continue reading One day course – “What’s Your Problem”

Root Cause Analysis Workshop – April 18th

Learn to significantly reduce the recurrence of quality, safety or environmental problems. Upon completion of this workshop, one will be able to understand selected root cause analysis and corrective action terminology; understand and perform or facilitate root cause analysis using a variety of techniques – e.g., Change Analysis, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, Hazard-Barrier-Effects Analysis, Time-line Analysis, Cause and Effects Analysis.
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