CC: Root Cause Analysis, Incident Investigation and Human Error Prevention
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This is a combined course of:
- Root Cause Analysis and Incident Investigation
Learn to use the license-fee-free SOURCE™ root cause analysis methodology for investigating incidents. This methodology will help attendees initiate a root cause analysis incident investigation, gather data for investigating all types of incidents, collect data through interviews and parts analyses, apply powerful techniques for causal factor identification, avoid future incidents by developing appropriate recommendations to address causal factors and root causes, structure reports for optimum effectiveness, develop your data-trending process to identify systemic problem areas, and more.
- Human Error Prevention
During this 2-day course, attendees learn how to examine and categorize specific human errors to identify the conditions and situations that contributed to mistakes. Attendees also discover why most human mistakes are caused by error-likely situations, which typically stem from weaknesses in the policies/practices that influence how organizations select, train, supervise, communicate with, and design workplaces for workers.
1.2 CEUs, 1.2 COCs, 2.0 CMs, ABIH approval #10-238
DURATION: 5 days
|Start/End Dates||Location Information||Register|
15 Aug - 19 Aug 2016
Hilton Garden Inn Downtown | Seattle, WA
|05 Dec - 09 Dec 2016||Hilton Garden Inn | Las Vegas, NV
Reserve by November 4, 2016. Cost: $114 plus tax Phone: 702-453-7830 | Hotel Website
Day 1: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Basics of incidents and investigations
- Workshop: Identifying causal factors and root causes
- Analyzing data (causal factor charting)
- Workshop: Causal factor charting
Day 2: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Analyzing data (cause and effect tree analysis)
- Workshop: Using cause and effect tree analysis
- Analyzing data (change analysis)
- Determining root causes
- Workshop: Identifying root causes using the Root Cause Map technique
- Developing conclusions and recommendations
Day 3: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Completing the investigation
- Initiating the investigation
- Gathering people, physical, paper, and position data
- Overview of results trending
- Selecting problems for analysis
- Overview of developing and implementing an incident investigation program
- Workshop: Simulated incident investigation
- Using the RootCause LEADER™ software (optional)
- Certification examination (optional)
Day 4: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Goal of human error analysis
- Understanding human error and its influences
- What is human error?
- Human error categories
- Workshop: Categorizing human errors
- Simple model of human behavior
Day 5: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Analysis techniques
- Error-likely situation checklist analysis
- Walkthrough analysis
- Workshop: Applying the walkthrough analysis technique
- Guide word analysis
- Workshop: Applying the guide word analysis technique
- Prevention and mitigation strategies
- Common human error prevention techniques
- Organizational responsibilities for human error prevention and mitigation
- Overview of human factors codes and standards
- Workshop: Developing effective recommendations
Mr. David Hollaway - Human Factors Engineer, ABS Consulting
Mr. Lee Vanden Heuvel - Manager of Incident Investigation/Root Cause Analysis Services and Senior Risk/Reliability Engineer, ABS Consulting
Mr. James Rooney - Director of Training Services - Safety, Risk & Compliance, ABS Consulting
Mr. Robert Iddins - Security Analyst and Risk Engineer, ABS Group
Ms. Julie Ott - General Manager, ABS Consulting
- This course is part of ABS Consulting's Advanced Root Cause Analyst/Incident Investigator certification program.
- Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis
- We can teach this course at your office. Request onsite training.
- Purchase the Root Cause Analysis Handbook directly from our publisher.
- Root Cause Analysis For Beginners
- Getting to the Root of the Problem
- Increasing the Value of Instinct
- Fostering a Commitment to Improvements
- Increasing Support for Improvement
- Maintaining Change Over the Long Term
- Solutions That Make a Difference