OP405 - Root Cause Failure Analysis

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2 days - 1.6 Continuing Education Units Awarded


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USD 1,795.00


Repetitive failures cost “real” time and money and are not limited to physical/mechanical equipment breakdowns.  Administrative and procedural failures can also be found, analyzed and eliminated through “Root Cause Failure Analysis.”  Obtain a thorough understanding of Failure Analysis by attending this two and a half day Seminar.
OBJECTIVES:
  1. Identify "chronic" vs. "sporadic" failures.
  2. Describe the difference between physical root cause and latent root cause.
  3. Develop, use and interpret a logic tree.
  4. Determine which failures should be analyzed and which shouldn’t.
  5. Determine how far to go with the analysis.
  6. Develop and administer an analysis recommendation.
  Seminar OUTLINE:
  1. Overview: Reasonor Cause for Analysis
  2. General Analysis Techniques
  3. Root Cause Failure Analysis Methodology
  4. Safety Related Issues
  5. Process Performance
  6. Gathering Data
  7. Determining The Root Cause / Using A Logic Tree
  8. Cost-Benefit Analysis
  9. Report and Recommendations
  10. Seminar Conclusion and Discussions