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Corrective action

A corrective action is a change implemented to address a weakness identified in a management system. Normally corrective actions are implemented in response to a customer complaint, abnormal levels of internal nonconformity, nonconformities identified during an internal audit or adverse or unstable trends in product and process monitoring such as would be identified by SPC.

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## Examples of corrective actions

• Error Proofing (Poka yoke)
• Visible or Audible Alarms
• Process Redesign
• Product Redesign
• Training or enhancement/ modification of existing training programmes
• Improvements to maintenance schedules
• Improvements to material handling or storage

In some cases a combination of such actions may be necessary to fully correct the problem.

Question:-I measured the length of a pencil to be 9.5 inches but the accepted measurement is 8 inches. ABSOLUTE ERROR- 9.5-8= 1.5 RELATIVE ERROR- 1.5/8 =.1875 (difference/real) PERCENT OF ERROR- .1875 * 100 = 18.75%

Question:QUESTION: The below is an example of an INCORRECT Trial Balance Sheet. Please correct based on the following errors made by the bookkeeper: a. The bookkeeper recorded a $400 cash revenue transaction by debiting Accounts Receivable. The credit entry was correct. b. Posted a$ 1,000 credit to Accounts Payable as $100. c. Did not record Utilities expense or the related accounts payable in the amount of$ 200. d. Understated Capital Acct. by $700. TRIAL BALANCE Cash$ 3,000 (Debit) Accts. Receivable$2,000 (Debit) Supplies$ 600 (Debit) Computer Equip.$26,000 (Debit) Accts. Payable$ 11,500 (Credit) Capital Acct.$11,600 (Credit) Service Revenue$ 9,700 (Credit) Salary Expense$1,700 (Debit) Rent Expense$ 800 (Debit) Utilities Expense$300 (Debit) Note: When I made my corrections, the debits equal$ 34,400 and the credits equal $34,400. I'm trying to make sure that I did this correctly as it took me 3 tries. Answers:The corrected trial balance should read: Cash$ 3,400 (Debit) Accts. Receivable $1,600 (Debit) Supplies$ 600 (Debit) Computer Equip. $26,000 (Debit) Accts. Payable$ 12,600 (Credit) Capital Acct. $12,300 (Credit) Service Revenue$ 9,700 (Credit) Salary Expense $1,700 (Debit) Rent Expense$ 800 (Debit) Utilities Expense $500 (Debit) The debits and credits totals should read$34,600.

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Basic Grammar: Common Errors - good vs well :www.mindbites.com Marie is watching a televised hockey game. When one of the players scores a goal the announcer says, "He played good today!" Marie grimaces and clicks off the television. "Peeyew! We often hear bad grammar on television and in every day life." Marie uses the hockey announcer and a mail box encounter with her neighbor, Elmer, to provide examples and ways of correcting three common grammatical errors: confusing good and well, using 'I seen' and 'I done', and double negatives.Workbook exercises and answer key are provided with this lesson. Featured Music: Beethoven - Pathetique Sonata Rackham - Rusty Circles This lesson is excerpted from the Basic Cozy English Grammar course. The full course was created by and is available from Splashes from the River. You can check out this and other courses from Splashes at www.splashesfromtheriver.com.