Technical and Quality related root cause analyses (RCA) and incident investigations are required to maintain and improve the quality of the products and services rendered, and for the enhancement of safety in the workplace.
An RCA is a reactive method to identify both the obvious and the underlying causes of a non-conformance or incident so that specific solutions can be implemented. A complete RCA consists of a clear definition of the problem, a thorough analysis supported by evidence, a specific corrective action plan for implementing the solutions and monitoring the effectiveness of those corrective actions.
For complex problems and costly blunders a thoroughly documented multi-faceted incident investigation report may be required. A standardised layout, logical recording and well considered reasoning are of cardinal importance when the causes and contributing factors of incidents are to be established and presented. The method of recording will not only make the job of the investigator(s) much easier, but will also enable the Review Board to issue instructions that will effectively address the root cause(s) to prevent a future recurrence.
The purpose of the two-day programme is to present proven RCA and incident investigation techniques to enable course delegates to accurately establish the causal factors that led to a non-conformance or incident; and to share effective practices for continuous improvement activities.
The training is accredited for ECSA CPD.
Mr Albert Marquardt
Professional Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineer
Dr Hannelie Nel
Director of Tennelli Industries (Pty) Ltd
Consulting Engineers (SA),
Kildrummy Office Park,
c/o Witkoppen and Umhlanga Rd.
Please contact Dr Hannelie Nel for further information and arrangements
for the training.
Phone: 082 924 6059