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Why wait for whistleblowers? Why not be on alert for broken and things that do not work? Do you know what happened to the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill?
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#4 Attend to Broken Stuff
Why wait for whistleblowers? Why not be on alert for broken and things that do not work?
Do you know what happened to the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill?
Something is bound to get broken in work situations. They could be spare parts, a slowed process, bad decisions, wastes, tedious equipment set-up, incorrect or substandard raw materials, and many others. Some errors are recurring or specific to a situation or even new as a result of fixing an old problem or implementing a change. Errors can also lead to catastrophic consequences costing organizations millions of dollars as shown in the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill. Some ideas in helping workers may include the following answers and solutions to:
- Alert on broken parts and processes.
- Error prevention.
- List of deteriorating parts.
- Analysis of errors and exceptions.
- The history of incidents and accidents
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