Root Cause EVALUATION Training
This course has been provided to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission over 40 times between 2006-2019. And since 2017, we have provided this course to the Japan Nuclear Regulation Authority (JNRA), and the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).
Learn how to evaluate an organization’s root cause analysis reports.
In this comprehensive course, participants will learn proven techniques used by high reliability organizations (HRO) for evaluating the adequacy and potential effectiveness of root cause reports for events, conditions or trends that have high consequences or highly significant outcomes. You will acquire the critical evaluation skills necessary to enable that the direct and underlying organizational factors have been sufficiently and effectively investigated; and appropriate and effective corrective actions have been identified; all with the goal of significantly reducing the probability of recurrence of the same or similar event.
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What We Cover:
The course engages two or three client root cause reports for the participants to assess and evaluate. Example root case reports are pre-determined through discussion between the client and the instructor.
Who Should Attend:
Regulatory Agencies, Corrective Action Review Boards (CARB), Management Review Groups (MRG), Oversight Review Groups, Offsite Review Groups, Public Utility Boards, Risk Managers, Due Diligence Assessors, Executives, and Line Managers who have responsibility for operational safety and quality in a high hazard/ ‘high reliability required’ industry. This course can as well provide insight and benefit for those individuals implementing, managing, and/ or overseeing problem identification and corrective action programs.
Class Size: Typically 12-16 participants
Contact Hours: 24 hours (three (3) eight-hour days; can be expanded up to 40 hours as determined by client)
Location: At the customer site/ Customer-designated location/ Glastonbury, CT
Conveyance: Instructor-led Seminar, Individual and Group/ Team Exercises (over 20), engaging Terminal and Enabling Objectives, and a final, non-graded Assessment
Pre-requisites: Previous root cause training and experience helpful, however not necessary.
Instructors: Each instructor has over 30 years direct experience in high-hazard industry, advanced and related degrees, and has earned rigorous professional certifications through examination. As well, each instructor is regularly engaged in leading or advising root cause teams investigating significant events in the nuclear power, petro-chemical, energy, fabrication, decommissioning, and other high hazard sectors.
To Request a Course:
Call Michael D. Quinn at 860.463.0413 or 860.295.0603
Email Michael Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org