Monthly Archives: August 2012

Procedures That Get Read (Part 2)

It was in 2000, working for an aerospace materials company, when it dawned on me that there was no need to stick to black and white when developing an operating procedure. The main drawback at the time was the relative … Continue reading

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Procedures That Get Read (Part 1)

In previous posts, I have discussed that operating procedures must be formatted and developed in a way thatĀ lets themĀ achieve their mission. In my reckoning over the years, the principal — in fact, only — reason for a procedure to exist … Continue reading

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