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Error Mode Effects Analysis (EMEA)

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Error Mode Effects Analysis (EMEA) - definition(s)

Error Mode Effects Analysis (EMEA) - A procedure in which each potential error made in every sub-process of a process is analyzed to determine its effect on other sub-processes and on the required accuracy of the process.

An EMEA is also used to prioritize & rank potential causes of process or human failures as well as create, launch and evaluate preventative actions.

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Source: iSixSigma, 20 January 2011 08:20:54, External 

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