Course Number MP-10023
Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) is a technique used to determine the cause of undesirable events and prevent future occurrences. Undesirable events can include equipment failures, emergency incidents, technician errors, unsafe conditions, etc. This course describes how and when to use the RCFA technique. Students may perform practice exercises, depending on course length, to illustrate the various techniques in real-world situations. The course is designed for management, engineers, and senior operations and maintenance personnel who are responsible for diagnosing and correcting operational problems.
Benefits of this training include the ability to:
• Explain the Root Cause Failure Analysis technique
• Determine how to define a problem and gather pertinent information about it
• Utilize problem-solving techniques such as Barrier Analysis, Change Analysis, and Effect and Causal Factor Analysis
• Evaluate and document problems and chosen solutions
Duration: 4 or 8 hours
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