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Japanese for “oops proofing", this is a method
of designing processes, either production or administrative, that
will prevent errors. Examples: designing
fixtures, that will not accept a defective part or having credit memos a different color than debit memos.
It requires thought in the design of any system to
anticipate what can go wrong and build in measures to prevent them.
Poka-yoke supports the concept of quality at the source.
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