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Mistakeproofing or Poka Yoke
To err is human but people can design and make systems that are less error-prone, more fail-safe, and defect-free than many are today. One such lean design practice is called mistakeproofing (poka yoke). It is integral to the Toyota Production System and successfully practiced in numerous industry sectors. Mistakeproofing is not as widely- nor as intentionally practiced in the Architecture-Engineering-Construction (AEC) industry as it could be.
This presentation will present 6 mistakeproofing principles and provide lots of examples for the audience to help classify accordingly.
Meeting participants should bring their own examples and prepare to present them.
Iris D. Tommelein- Project Production Systems Laboratory – Iris D. Tommelein is Professor of Engineering and Project Management, in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at UC Berkeley.
Professor Tommelein is an expert on Lean Construction, site logistics, layout, operations and methods design, materials management, and supply-chain management. She received the Lean Pioneer Award 2015 from LCI, recognizing an individual who has moved the design and construction industry forward in embracing lean tools.
Member Rate: $55.00
Non-Member Rate: $75.00
Light Hor d’oeuvre and refreshments provided
The Clay Street parking garage is closed. Available parking garage alternate is Dalziel Garage in the basement of 250 Frank Ogawa Plaza