FAILSAFING AND MEASUREMENT CONTROL CHARTS . John R. Grout & Brian T. Downs Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University. Outline. Shingo’s views on SPC Introduction to Failsafing Using self-checks instead of SPC Source inspection’s relationship with SPC
John R. Grout & Brian T. Downs
Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University
Subject: Shingo\'s poke yoke system:
Shingo presents and expands on some rather interesting concepts, but he is also somewhat "blasphemous " when it comes to SQC. SQC may be statistically sound, but it is not always the best way to get to zero defects.
Comments pro and con would be appreciated.
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...it became evident early in the project that achieving a Cp greater than 2 would go only part of the way. Mistake-proofing the design would also be required ... Mistake-proofing the design is an essential factor in achieving the [total number of defects per unit] goal.
Smith, B. IEEE Spectrum 30(9) 43-47
Judgment Inspection—Sorting out the defects
Informative inspection—provides information about the process that is used to control the process more effectively.
Source Inspection—Checks proper operating conditions and prevents a mistake from being made
1. Successive Checks
2. Self -Checks 4. Failsafing Devices
3. Source Inspection
-- ability to track the process variance.