You work in a plant that has implemented a quality control system that lets line workers stop the line for any reason. This principle of fixing a quality problem as early as possible is key in several major quality programs. It should be saving your company money, but unfortunately, restarting the line is problematic. More often than not, the operator actually disables the system because the motor overloads blow. The plant manager shows you a report signed by the line's maintenance ...

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