|Applying ISA-88: The Human Factor|
|Presented at the WBF North American Conference, Chicago, IL, May 16–19, 2004, by|
|David A. ChappellBatch Technology Managerchappell.firstname.lastname@example.orgProcter & Gamble, 8256 Union CentreBoulevard, West Chester, OH 45069, USA|
Automating manufacturing using ISA-88 concepts across all of the operational manufacturing boundaries has become the “standard” way of doing business. The current states of the technologies used in these automations require individuals with unique capabilities, or success is not always certain. Each operational area has its own unique needs and requires not only a high minimum capability in that area but also the ability to coordinate across areas.
This chapter explains ...