Error mode effects analysis (EMEA)

Error mode effects analysis (EMEA),

Definition of Error mode effects analysis (EMEA):

  1. A procedure in which the effect of every potential error in a process is assessed for the potential effect it might have on the outcome of the process. An Error Mode Effects Analysis can help an organization to determine which potential errors to resolve with process improvement methods in order to produce the most significant measurable gains in quality.

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