Anytime you have an unexpected outcome at work, it’s worth investigating to determine why. That’s especially true in safety. One way to do this is to perform a root cause analysis.
That’s why we’ve offered our new online Root-Cause Analysis training course.
The course explains a number of different methods for performing a root-cause analysis.
For more information about this new course, including a short sample video and a list of the course learning objectives, read on.
Here’s a quick sample video from the new online Root Cause Analysis training course.
The learning objectives for this new online training course on root cause analysis techniques include:
- Define root cause
- Explain the difference between root cause, direct cause, and contributing cause
- Describe the basics steps of a root cause analysis
- Explain what a problem statement is and explain the basic characteristics of a good problem statement
- Describe some commonly used root cause analysis techniques
- Identify which root cause analysis techniques work well in different circumstances
This course is a part of our larger online health and safety training library. That safety training library even includes a safety management series of online courses that includes a lot of related courses on incident prevention, incident investigation, and similar topics, so be sure to check that out.
Also, we have an online Incident Management Software tool to help you manage safety observations/inspections, near-miss reports, incident reports, incident investigations, OSHA and MSHA reporting, and more. It’s even compatible with our mobile app. If you’re still using a spreadsheet to do all this, it’s worth a few minutes of your time to learn more.
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