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What are the types of abnormality categories and why should I use them?

How to use standard abnormality report categories and subcategories to create insight-driven reporting. Here are the recommended categories and subcategories as well as some helpful considerations for your frontline staff to aid next steps.

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100+ year-old syrup manufacturer gets machine rolling faster with Weever

Monin was drowning in paper and looking for a system that would ensure compliant workflows and automate KPI reporting insights to inform continuous process improvement, all without overwhelming operators.

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6 critical success factors of Behavior-Based Safety Observation Programs (BBSO)

Before you being rolling out your Behavior-Based Safety Observation program, you should consider the following questions. Determining the answers to these questions will ensure a flawless rollout and save time and headaches down the road.

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Behavior-Based Safety: A Brief History

The almost century-long history of Behavior-based safety began with research conducted by Herbert William Heinrich in the early thirties. Mr.Heinrich worked for Traveler’s Insurance Company in the early thirties. He reported that roughly 90% of all accidents, injuries, and illnesses were the result of what he called “worker errors.”*

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A Digital Do-Over: Transforming a Failing BBSO Program with Tech

Michael is the HSE manager working in a medium-sized factory in New Jersey. They implemented their own BBSO program, rolling out a paper-based system.

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GMP Operational Audit Schedule for a Food Company

GMP Operational Audit Schedule for a Food Company Andy Pritchard | Dec 7, 2021 |   5 min read What does a standard Operational Audit Schedule for a typical food company look like? Organizations involved in the manufacturing and distribution of food are required by law to audit their processes and equipment to ensure basic…

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7 Tips to ensure successful 5S Audits

The steps involve the worker going through everything in a space, deciding what’s necessary and what isn’t, putting things in order, cleaning, and setting up procedures for performing these tasks on a regular basis.

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Weever wins Innovation Award

Weever Apps is proud to be acknowledged as Frost & Sullivan’s “New Product Innovation Award” winner for the North America Enterprise Mobile Forms market.   Weever has been recognized by Frost & Sullivan, a world leader in business research and consulting, as the most innovative new product in the category. According to Frost, Weever received…

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