The main aim of a root cause analysis (RCA) is to identify the root causes for a given problem or fault. This two-day, classroom-based course consists of a variety of root cause analysis (RCA) techniques that enable fault finding and risk identification in organisations. The course content covers several practical examples that indicate the manner in which RCA techniques can be used with an organisational setting. Learners will also develop an in-depth understanding of when and how to make use of RCA techniques in different types of industries.
The course will enable the learner to implement and use an RCA methodology, as well as the corrective and preventative actions aligned with the NOSA Five Star SHEQ Management System. The course will ensure that learners enable their organisations to minimise incidents through the application of RCA techniques. This is because RCA techniques will enable organisations to identify the underlying reasons for why incidents
occurred and how to ensure the prevention of possible recurrences. Ultimately, the course will help the learner ensure higher productivity, fewer incidents and a more effective SHEQ management system.
The course is applicable to delegates from all industries, but will be especially beneficial to:
- HSE practitioners
- Middle/senior management