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Sep 2016


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How to Preventing Root Cause and Conduct Analysis for Corrective Action after an Incident or Non-conformance: 2-Day In-person Seminar


Incidents and accidents impede successful and profitable operations. Preventing them before they occur has positive results on the bottom line, enhances the safety of workplaces for the people that work there, and empowers people at all levels to stop problems before they occur.

Once the bad thing has occurred or if a quality system non-conformance, potential non-conformance or opportunity for improvement has been identified, people with the proper tools can determine the actual root causes to prevent their recurrence.

These two disciplines - a priori and a posteriori, are the two most powerful tools in the industry to maintain good workplace safety and workplace quality systems.

Quantify the issues that must be addressed to safely do work within any organization. Examine an approach used throughout the US and Canada. Learn how to determine when hazard controls are needed to produce a safe working environment within a lab. These are the best practice approaches used for Health and Safety organizations that conform to OSHA and Canadian Health and Safety Regulations.

Learn the nuts and bolts of easily zeroing in on the root causes of issues before or after an incident (health and safety) or a non-conformance, potential non-conformance, or opportunity for improvement (quality) may occur. Conduct root cause analysis that actually helps improve a Health and Safety System or a QMS. Create corrective and preventive actions that endure.

Determine if the systems that work in an organization are actually supporting the work of the staff and their production.

Who Will Benefit:

This course is designed for all personnel in an organization who work in the field of health and safety or quality. This includes

  • health and safety and quality management staff
  • supervisors of people who work in the organization
  • personnel who participate in the operation of that organization.

For all technical staff who participate in the operation of the quality system:

  • Conducting testing, calibration, inspection, evaluation, or certification
  • Supporting activities
  • Managing the quality system
  • Training staff
  • Managing the organization


Use coupon code NB5SQH8N and get 10% off on registration.





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