Writing Manufacturing Procedures
A CONTENT AND STRUCTURE GUIDE
Not just a how-to guide. A what, when, where, how, and why-to guide.
Are you a manufacturing manager, engineer, technician, or operator responsible for creating or updating procedures? Then you know that accurate documentation is critical for training, operations, and reference. But without a well-defined structure and intuitive, practical content, a documentation system can also turn into a liability—a high-maintenance, resource-draining monster.
Jason Tesar is an expert technical writer and editor with over 20 years of experience working in engineering-intensive manufacturing operations. In Writing Manufacturing Procedures, he walks you through concepts and methods tested under the most demanding production and service environments.
You’ll learn what information is necessary to support a robust manufacturing process, how to segment that information to expand its usability, and how to present it to readers for maximum comprehension. Utilizing three basic document types—each with a specific function—you’ll discover how to construct your own system with efficient, thorough content that will remain relevant as your business grows.
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