Root Cause Analysis for Beginners-Part 1 Webcast

- April 2011

Abstract: Jim Rooney, an ASQ Fellow and quality veteran with more than 30 years' experience in numerous industries, walks through the basics of root cause analysis in this first of a two-part webcast series.

Keywords: Root Cause Analysis; webcast; webinar

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THANK YOU!

NICE ONE AND I LIKE IT PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF ANY READING BOOKS ON THE RCA THAT INCLUDE COST REPORTING

HERE IS MY QUESTION:
ERROR AND OVERLOADING LIKE WITH DEAD LINE, BETTER TO INCLUDE ON THE TOPICS
WHAT ARE BAD WORK ATTITUDES (INTENTIONAL)
TRAINING FOCUS HUMAN ERROR THAT GREAT ROLL OF FAILURE, BUT HOW ABOUT OTHER FAILURE SOURCE LIKE, EQUIPMENT BY IT SELF (NOT RELATED WITH DESIGN, PROCESS, PRODUCTION); METHODOLOGY NOT GOOD, PROCESS NOT GOOD , AGE FACTOR OR TASK /PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION CONTENT NOT WELL/COVERED, ESPECIAL ENVIRONMENT OR LIMITATION ON NOT GOOD POLICY SO ON.

--ESAYAS, 05-11-2018


Great job!
--Ronald Malone, 05-04-2018


Great!
--Kenneth Vespa, 12-18-2017



--jose sanchez, 09-02-2017


Helpful, good under view. Ease to relate to as a ABS consultant
--Tom Myers, 06-13-2017


Well in detail introduction.
--Cross chen, 07-21-2016


this is a very good webinar
--Sue Sharrock, 06-28-2016


Much of discussion was about corrective actions, rather than root cause analysis. A significant emphasis was placed on manpower being the main contributor of error. The entire system (manpower, method, machine, environment, etc.) should be considered when performing RCA. I do agree that the typical manpower "punishment" corrective actions do nothing to prevent the error from happening.
--Brian, 01-11-2016


first rate
--Frederick Cole, 10-02-2015


Great presentation.
--Sherry MacGregor, 09-01-2015



--Trent Ingram, 02-28-2015


good
--steven, 01-26-2015


Very good overview of RCA.
--Clay Hodges, 11-24-2014



--mike, 03-23-2014


Well prepared presentations; you should be able to implement.
--Pravin, 09-21-2013

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