1 Corrective Action Preventative Action Defining Alternatives to Training As a Root Cause Presentation Sponsors
2 Corporate Quality Director at MME Group Inc ISO 9001:2008 & ISO :2003 Certified Customer Base includes a who s who in Medical, Safety and Government industries. Chief Operating Officer at Twin Cities Medical Valley Health & Medical company providing networking, advertising, support, news and data to the Health and Medical community. and Medical community. Communications Chair at MN ASQ 1203
3 BA in Business from Baker College (Flint, MI) Significant Training in Lean, Six Sigma, Employee Development, Strategic Planning and Auditing Over 20 years in Quality Roles in Inspection Engineering and Management Roles in Inspection, Engineering and Management. Microelectronics for Medical and Health industry Contract Manufacturing Plastic and Metal components and assemblies.
4 MN ASQ Website Twin Cities Medical Valley Website inc.com Linkedin TCMV QEN MNASQ Jay Sykes
5 Successful implementation of CAPA is highly dependent upon understanding performance indicators and effectively using them to identify performance deficiencies. When training is used as a default response in corrective actions, preventative actions and system audit responses, the opportunity to leverage CAPA for continuous improvement and strategic advantage is lost.
6 We will review the many forms of Corrective and Preventative actions. We will then turn our attention to Root Cause Analysis with a focus on understanding the 6 phases of Performance Taking away recognition that training is only one seventh of the performance indicator elements.
8 The New Economics -Dr. Edward Deming Let s Talk Quality -Phillip Crosby Quality Planning and Analysis, Quality Control Handbook-6 th Addition -Juran Implementing Six Sigma-2 nd Addition Forrest Breyfogle The Oz Principle, Journey to the Emerald City - Craig Hickman, Tom Smith, Roger Connors
9 Crosby Stills & Nash
10 Crosby, Juran, Harrington, Deming.
11 Review of methodologies
12 Improvement to an organization's processes taken to eliminate causes of nonconformities or other undesirable situations. Reactive Corrective Preemptive - Preventative
13 4 Step- PDCA- Deming-Shewart 5 Step- DMAIC- 6 Step- Six Step Several Versions. 8 Step- 8D Eight Disciplines
15 Establish the objectives and processes necessary to deliver results in accordance with the expected output (the target or goals). By establishing output expectations, the completeness and accuracy of the specification is also a part of the targeted improvement. When possible start on a small scale to test possible effects.
16 Implement the plan, execute the process, make the product. Collect data for charting and analysis in the following "CHECK" and "ACT" steps.
17 Study the actual results (measured and collected in "DO" above) and compare against the expected results (targets or goals from the "PLAN") to ascertain any differences. Charting data can make this much easier to see trends over several PDCA cycles and in order to convert the collected data into information. Information is what you need for the next step "ACT".
18 Request corrective actions on significant differences between actual and planned results. Analyze the differences to determine their root causes. Determine where to apply changes that will include improvement of the process or product. When a pass through these four steps does not result in the need to improve, the scope to which PDCA is applied may be refined to plan and improve with more detail in the next iteration of the cycle, or attention needs to be placed in a different stage of the process.
20 Define the problem, the voice of the customer, and the project goals, specifically.
21 Measure the key aspects of the current process and collect relevant data.
22 Analyze the data to investigate and g verify cause-and-effect relationships. Determine what the relationships are, and attempt to ensure that all factors have been considered. Seek out root cause of the defect under investigation.
23 Improve or optimize the current process based upon data analysis using techniques such as design of experiments, poka yoke or mistake proofing, and standard work to create a new, future state process. Set up pilot runs to establish process capability.
24 Control the future state process to ensure that any deviations from target are corrected before they result in defects. Implement control systems such as statistical process control, production boards, visual workplaces, and continuously monitor the process.
26 Define the problem, non-conformance or potential issue.
27 Define and implement temporary countermeasures to contain the problem.
28 Conduct analysis to determine the root cause of the problem.
29 Define and implement permanent countermeasure that will prevent reoccurrence.
30 Analyze data to determine the effectiveness of the actions implemented.
31 Determine and update all procedures/processes and documentation to the improved method.
33 1. Form Team 2. Define Problem 3. Implement Containment 4. Conduct Root Cause Analysis 5. Determine Countermeasures 6. Implement Countermeasure 7. Measure Effectiveness of Counter Measure 8. Implement New Control
34 D1: Use a Team: Establish a team of people with product/process knowledge.
35 D2: Define and describe the Problem: Specify the problem by identifying in quantifiable terms the who, what, where, when, why, how, and how many (5W2H) for the problem. of the team. The team needs to be formally thanked by the organization
36 D3: Developing Interim Containment Plan Implement and verify Interim Actions: Define and implement containment actions to isolate the problem from any customer.
37 D4: Determine and Identify and Verify Root Causes and escape points: Identify all applicable causes that could explain why the problem has occurred. Also identify why the problem has not been noticed at the time it occurred. All causes shall be verified or proved, not determined by fuzzy brainstorming. One can use 5Whys or Ishikawa Diagram to map causes against effect/problem identified.
38 D5: Choose and verify Permanent Corrections (PCs) for Problem/Non Conformity: Through pre-production programs quantitatively confirm that the selected correction will resolve the problem for the customer.
39 D6: Implement and validate PCAs: Define and Implement the best corrective actions.
40 D7: Prevent recurrence/corrective Actions: Modify the management systems, operation systems, practices, and procedures to prevent recurrence of this and all similar problems.
41 D8: Congratulate your Team: Recognize the collective efforts of the team. The team needs to be formally thanked by the organization
42 Corrective And Preventative Action
43 Planning Stage Teams, Problem Definition, Containment Activities Root Cause Stage Arguably the single most important element of the problem solving process. Finding the root cause and directly applying actions to remedy. Verification Stage Did we accomplish what we intended? Was the problem eliminated and prevented from reoccurring.
44 Planning Stage Teams, Problem Definition, Containment Activities Root Cause Stage Arguably the single most important element of the problem solving process. Finding the root cause and directly applying actions to remedy. Verification Stage Did we accomplish what we intended? Was the problem eliminated and prevented from reoccurring.
45 Fault Tree Ishikawa 5 Why s Variance Analysis Pareto Analysis FMEA M 4 E
46 Human Error: To err is Human An inappropriate or undesirable human decision or behavior that reduces, or has the potential for reducing, effectiveness, safety, or system performance. Studies on Human Error have concluded four main categories. Omission Didn t do it, on purpose or accident. Commission Did it incorrectly Sequence Did it in the wrong order Timing/Rate Did it at the wrong time or wrong speed
48 Desired Performance Actual Performance = Need Let s Define The Need
49 TRAINING EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
50 TRAINING Today EDUCATION Future DEVELOPMENT Tomorrow
51 Incentives Capacity Feedback Measurement Knowledge and Skills Standards d Conditions
52 Incentives Capacity Feedback Measurement Knowledge and Skills Standards Conditions
53 The individuals Knowledge and Skills are provided by training. Conditions Knowledge & Skills Standards Capacity Incentive Feedback Measurement
54 Definition any factor (financial or non-financial) that t enables or motivates t a particular course of action, or counts as a reason for preferring one choice to the alternatives Key Questions: Is there incentive for Performing well? Is punishment for good performance prevented? Are all available incentives being used?
55 Definition : an individual's id mental or physical ability : aptitude, skill the faculty or potential for treating, experiencing, or appreciating Key Questions: Doestheemployeehavethe employee have mental capacity for the position? Does the employee have the physical capacity for the position? Do they have the prerequisites for training?
56 Definition the information i about the initial i i event that is the basis for subsequent modification of the event Key Questions: Are the employees informed about how they are doing? Is feedback tied to performance and not personality? Is feedback given by someone who matters?
57 Definition is the process or the result of determining the ratio of a physical quantity, such as a length, time, temperature etc., to a unit of measurement, such as the meter, second or degree Celsius. Key Questions: Is Performance Measured? Are Measurement based on Task Performance? Are Measurements Objective?
58 Definition A skill, knowledge or ability is something a worker knows or can do that enables the worker to successfully perform the duties of the job. Key Questions: Did they ever perform the task property? Is Training Provided? Could they perform the task correctly if their life depended on it?
59 Definition Any norm, convention or requirement Key Questions: Do they know what to do? Do they know when to do it? Do their supervisors agree on what and when?
60 Definition a particular mode of being of a person or thing; existing state; situation with respect to circumstances Key Questions: Is enough time available? Are proper tools and equipment available? Are the procedures clear and workable?
62 NEED is defined as Actual Performance minus Desired Performance. Performance is impacted by several variables. Training i specifically targets the Knowledge & Skills of the learners. It is easy to go below the line and Blame training for poor performance until you know and understand the elements of performance.
63 How the culture impacts the Performance
64 Intentional or not, there is a culture in your organization. If you are not Actively & Knowingly driving a specific culture, the culture will drive your organization and business. A results oriented organization with an emphasis on Personal Accountability as a positive cultural aspect will be able to apply and benefit from the Human Performance indicators we described.
65 When working on continuous improvement and performance improvements through problem solving activities, understanding and addressing ALL the elements of human performance will drive more effective and efficient i problem solving activities. most troubles and most possibilities for improvement add up to proportions something like this: * -94% belong to the system (the responsibility of management) * - 6% are attributable to special causes. Deming
66 2 year Journey Journey to the Emerald City The Results Pyramid Above and Below the line. Culture of Accountability
68 Can I Still use Training?? When Knowledge and Skills are absent, training is still an appropriate response. Many Organizational Standards (ISO, GMP, TS, Etc) require Competency and Training as part of the Quality Management System. Often also require verification that training is effective.
69 Use your current systems and methodologies, but when a root cause of training i comes across your desk, What can you do? Make a Check List as part of your Root Cause Analysis System. Challenge yourselves and others to truly find the Cause, without the true root cause, all actions are simple busy work or guesses. Continuously learn and use your experiences to create new beliefs in others. Find one thing, work on, make it better, do not allow the February Fall to happen.
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