What Could Go Wrong?
In teams of N, perform N "fear" analyses on a device, component or process.
1. Define the steps required to install the device into its operational position, or the steps necessary to complete the process.
2. Identify at least 3 steps where something could go wrong. Identify the source of the anomaly (fault, hazard, misconfiguration), and what can be done to correct it. (Can it be prevented, or can it only be corrected?)
3. Identify at least 3 complications that arise from installing this device or completing this process. (Reminder: a "complication" is where additional actions, steps or parts have been included solely to prevent an anomaly from occurring.)
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