Lecture 9_Instructions

Lecture 9_Instructions - instructionsandprocedures overview

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instructions and procedures
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overview instructions and procedures contents writing instructions
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instructions and procedures Instructions a set of steps that explains how to assemble,  make, create, or otherwise manipulate  something Procedures an explanation of how things are done within an  organization
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standard operating procedures Official company guidelines covering three  situations: 1. A system of sequential steps that must be  completed by an individual employee. 2. A system of sequential steps that involves  several employees interacting and supporting  each other. 3. The standards and methods for handling  equipment or events with or without sequential  steps.
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standard operating procedures Standard Operating Procedures  (SOP) help ensure workers complete a job safely. ensure production operations are handled  consistently. ensure common procedures are handled  efficiently. prevent manufacturing failures or irregularities.
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instructions and procedures instructions and procedures contents writing instructions
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outline I. introduction II. background III. procedure IV. conclusion
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I. introduction identify and (briefly) describe topic explain need for instructions make clear the scope of the instructions perhaps identify audience for instructions
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II. background reason for procedure description of device, locale, apparatus theory of operation list of parts, materials, tools, and  conditions general overview of procedure
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II. background also consider including definitions preliminary warnings, cautions, and  notes photograph or drawing of apparatus,  equipment, parts, etc
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III. procedure A. introduction to instructional sets B. first instructional set 1. introduction 2. sequence of steps 3. description of results C. second instructional set D. etc.
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course EE 333t taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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