5 Ways to Reduce Errors in Electrical Design

September 5, 2017
Errors in Electrical Design increase the liabilities your business faces and can be costly in both financial terms and also in lost time and lost future contracts. Most contractors have made a sizeable mistake at some point and dealt with the consequences. Those who haven’t are almost certain to do so at some point in the future unless they examine their own business activities and plan for quality. In order to protect businesses, as BSRIA say, “Design errors and omissions should be prevented or identified during the design process. All design errors identified subsequently are costly in time, rework and, potentially, in lost reputation and increased future PII premiums.” [i] So what can electrical designers do to reduce the chance of this happening and to reduce the liabilities their businesses face? Here are 5 things to think about! Sources [i] https://www.bsria.co.uk/download/product/?file=psVlLVa3e9A%3D
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