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Error Mode Effects Analysis (EMEA)

Definition of 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 and rank potential causes of process or human failures as well as create, launch and evaluate preventative actions.

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