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How to improve the process of human error

 

Chapters:

The Process of Error

New

Old

Experience

What You Know

Learning and Teaching

Capabilities

Obsolete

Repetition

Uselessness

Urgency

Stimuli

 

"Errors are the results of faulty actions, a faulty action is something someone does that does not have a successful completion in continuation. When someone makes a faulty action, it does not complete its purpose successfully to follow through with its intended function. The only reason an action is successful is because it is a completion of a function and can continue on as it was intended to be. It must be designed to function and work. When actions are not designed and thought out, there is going to be an error. Actions can be designed through experience, the more you know how successful an action is, the higher the success rate and the less chance of fault or error."

 

The Process of Human Error

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