Background & Problems: Lack of familiarity with collection and inspection procedures, incorrect bone-packaging procedures, and unclear instructions for bone placement during storage are primary reasons for the resultant low bone collection pass rate of bone banks. Moreover, 8 cases / operations were directly affected by this problem, which caused bone-nail dislocations during the post-operative period that nearly caused medical disputes. Purpose: The present project was designed to improve the pass rate of the bone of the human organ to 95%. Resolution: Education and training programs were planned, visual-aid posters depicting standard procedures were produced, the repository was remarked and relabeled, and a regular audit system was established with the medical team. Results: The pass rate for the collection of the bone of the human organ increased from 71.4% pre-intervention to 96% post-intervention. Conclusions: The project reduced patient complaints and raised the accuracy of the bone collection process.