Webinar on Root Cause Analysis
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Category Food, Drugs & Biologics
Deadline: July 26, 2106 | Date: July 26, 2106
Updated: 2016-06-30 18:46:22 (GMT+9)
Call For Papers - CFPDescription : Root cause analysis (RCA) involves searching backwards from an undesirable effect (or problem) to its cause(s) and addressing those causes. While the term "Root Cause" implies that there is a single cause for a problem, more often multiple causes interact and work together to trigger the problem. The RCA task is to identify potential causes, determine which cause or causes are root causes and address those root causes to ensure the effect (the problem) does not recur. RCA is important because if a problem has occurred once, it most likely will occur again.However, if the root cause is found and addressed, future occurrences of the same problem CAN BE PREVENTED! RCA and corrective action is the key to preventing future problems.Four RCA tools will be shared during this session, The 5 Why's, Cause and Effect Diagramming, Contingency Diagramming and the 8D Problem Solving process.Areas Covered in the Session :Establishing an effective team environmentClarifying what the problem is and what the problem is notSearching for the root cause by investigating the problem's symptom(s)Using data and investigative tools to identify the root cause(s)Employing decision making to select the most appropriate solutionInitiating measurements to ensure the problem does not reoccurRecognizing common barriers to RCA and how to overcome themWho Will Benefit:QA Managers and EngineersManufacturing Managers and EngineersConsultantsQuality System AuditorsSafety and Quality AuditorsProject and Program Management TeamsOperations Management TeamsExecutives and Managers responsible for investigating and solving problems
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