Root Cause Analysis Training for Supervisors

Training For Root Cause Analysis (For Supervisors)

So,what is Root Cause Analysis?

Firstly, Root Cause Analysis is acronymic as RCA. And, Root Cause Analysis is more successful when there’s a small, focused team involved to find out for solution.

A root cause analysis is an approach, process used to discover the primary source of a problem.

RCA has become a popular methodology for the companies who are stern about resolving issues that negatively impact their bottom line.

Why Root Cause Analysis For Supervisors ?

It’s not bizarre to have a supervisor lead an RCA team comprises of communication staff, research staff and personnel.

How to Conduct Root Cause Analysis ?

As, the main goal of RCA is to identify the root cause of the problem, So the first or possibly most important step is to identify possible causal factors. 
RCA team should set the vision, identify the problem and collect as much data as need. Because it will help to better understand the situation.

Mainly, to recognize the causal factors, be attentive to find out things like:

  • What things lead to the problem?
  • Which situations permit or allow the problem to occur?
  • What problems linked with the main problem and affecting it?

Which Industries Are Benefited From Root Cause Analysis?

Several industries like,

  • Oil, Gas, Refineries
  • Mining, Steel
  • Automotive
  • Energy
  • Manufacturing Plant
  • Assembling Manufacturing
  • Food and Beverage
  • IT (Information Technology)
  • Healthcare
  • Retail & Customer Service

Tonex Root Cause Analysis Training

Tonex Training offers 2 days Root cause analysis training what provides you the techniques to explore all the potential causes. From human error to tools failure.

Tonex RCA techniques will help you study complex problems. So, it will help you effectively to stop them from happening again.

Learning Opportunities

At Tonex RCA training course, you will have learning opportunities like,

  • Learn about Cognitive interviewing
  • Change & Safeguard analysis
  • Critical Human Action Profile (CHAP)
  • Problem statement & Causes investigation
  • Root Cause Identification
  • Brainstorming techniques
  • Fishbone diagrams
  • Fault tree analysis
  • 5 “whys”, 8D, Gemba
  • Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA)
  • Pareto analysis
  • (Poka Yoke) Mistake proofing

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Root Cause Analysis Training for Supervisors.