Root Cause Analysis PPT explaining the RCA Process and RCA Methods from Our Highly Acclaimed RCA Training Course
Learn a simple Root Cause Analyse Process in this Root Cause Analysis PPT PowerPoint presentation full of best practice RCA Methods
Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) is Root Cause Analysis (RCA) applied to plant and equipment—you use the same RCA process and RCA methods, but the difference is that it’s focused on machinery failure
“To find mistakes is not enough. It is necessary to find the cause behind the mistake
and build a system that minimises future mistakes.” W. Edwards Deming
The 2-day Root Cause Analysis (RCA) training course presentation PowerPoint PPT takes people through a simple 8-step RCA process to find and solve probels and failures. As well as learning the secret to successfully developing an accurate Cause and Effect Tree, the course includes practising the basic tools of root cause analysis and investigation—the ‘fishbone’ diagram, 5-Why worksheet and the ‘Is-Is Not’ Table.
You receive the actual Root Cause Analysis PPT PowerPoint presentation for the two-day course, plus a comprehensive workbook with information and the activities covered during the course. The range of activities is extensive and takes attendees through the practical use of valuable root cause investigation and analysis tools that they become comfortable to use. You can access the slides and alter them to suit your needs.
Root Cause Analysis PPT | Root Cause Analysis Process
(131 Color PowerPoint slides, Eight (8) RCFA Team Activities,
a 67 Page Workbook)
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Root Cause Failure Analysis Two-Day Training Course Day 1 Slides
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Root Cause Failure Analysis Two-Day Training Course Day 2 Slides
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RCFA 2-Day Training Course Content
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RCFA Training Course 67-Page Workbook Content
Use a Truly Effective Root Cause Analysis Process in Your Company
This is a universal, standardised RCFA process for all people, all departments and all situations—from problems that affect the operation to problems that affect the company. The one RCA process and its RCA methods are used by everyone in the business. The same RCA training is given to everyone. It means people understand the same methodology and everyone applies the same RCA approach. This leads to common language and your people can go into any RCA teams and fit-right-in completely comfortably.
This RCA training course presentation gives people the additional tool of Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA) for investigating equipment failures. This lets an RCFA team understand scientifically how their plant and equipment failed. It gives you an additional, powerful way to find and fix common defects and failure mode causes in your plant, equipment and machinery.
Also covered in the Root Cause Analysis PPT is the ideal ‘5 Why’ root cause failure analysis methodology, incorporating the additional requirement to use actual evidence to prove the ‘why tree’ is correct. This prevents the common mistake of assuming that just because someone says an answer to a 5-Why question, that the answer is actually right. The RCFA course coverage includes RCFA team facilitation and RCFA report writing, including prioritising recommendations by their ease of implementation and value to the operation.
Use an RCA Process that Adapts to the Circumstances
This RCFA methodology is adaptable to the situation. You make it as big as you need to go. The Root Cause Analysis process is flexible and you take from it what you need. You pick the right tool for the job-at-hand. The one RCFA methodology is used in every failure situation throughout the operation and the business.
Also covered in the course is the ideal ‘5 Why’ root cause analysis methodology, incorporating the additional requirement to use actual evidence to prove the ‘why tree’ is correct. This prevents the common mistake of assuming that just because someone says an answer to a 5-Why question, that the answer is actually right. The RCA course coverage includes RCA team facilitation and RCA report writing, including prioritising recommendations by their ease of implementation and value to the operation.
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