Error-proofing devices have a simple objective to make products or process without any defects. If there is a defect of any kind, then the error-proofing devices are not achieving its objective. Then it is a failure.
You can make evidence on the paper report of device performance or using software to have it recorded. Most error-proofing devices have their software that is generating reports about performance. Those reports are fine evidence.
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