Evaluation of Root Cause Analysis is an extensive three (3) day training course in evaluation, adequacy, and potential effectiveness of root cause reports. It is designed to train participants in evaluating the root cause analysis presented for their review. Participants will learn to apply critical evaluation skills needed to determine the quality of investigation and effectiveness of the proposed corrective actions.
This course is intended for: individuals (e.g., executive review teams, corrective action review boards, regulatory agencies) responsible for review and evaluation of root cause reports prepared by analysts. Previous Root Cause Analysis training and experience is helpful, however not necessary.
Course Instructors Dr. Michael D. Quinn
The Phoenix™ Method is a business-oriented, consequence-focused, significance-driven investigation process successfully applied for over 20 years in organizations and industries with a strong desire to avoid repeating mistakes and to prevent serious accidents or events from recurring. The Phoenix Method may be utilized to evaluate any event for which the adverse consequences can be defined – if the pain is describable, the Phoenix Method is applicable. The Phoenix Method has been used to analyze the causes of accidents and substandard results in the following applications:
Environments in which the Phoenix Root Cause Method has been applied:
Participants will learn to assess:
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