Root Cause Analysis Training in the UK, Mainland Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa
by Chris Eckert - President Sologic Global - Published in Pumps and Systems magazine
It seems strange to be thankful for problems. However, solving problems is what maintenance professionals are paid to do. Whether it is finding ways to make a facility run more reliably, designing a structure with limited time and money, or managing a group of 75 employees, each day the average employee is faced with multiple problems that must be resolved. Those who are successful at solving problems are usually successful in their careers. While not new, the strategies that successful people use to solve today’s problems are changing.
by Kate Fisher, reporter - Published in Industrial Engineer
Sologic Causelink Enterprise software featured in Industrial Engineer Magazine
by Eddie Janson, Sologic Scandinavia Director - Published in Shipgaz magazine
According to long-time ship captain, Eddie Janson, the recent groundings of the M/V Rena and the Costa Concordia point out important lessons when seen through the eyes of a root cause analysis expert. So far, the response to these incidents seems to have focused mostly on human error as the cause and punitive actions as the solution. But the purpose of a root cause analysis is not to find someone to blame, it is to prevent an undesired event from happening again. We have to ask, why was it possible to make this error? What safeguards should have been in place to prevent it? To truly change unsafe behavior, regular training and commitment from the top is needed.
by Chris Eckert, President - Published in Pumps and Systems
Avoid repeat failures and lost production or profits by using a structured approach to problem solving.
by Brian Hughes, Vice President - Published in Professional Safety
Improve RCA report quality and more effectively share improvement ideas throughout the organization by setting up a safety review board.
by Mark Hall - Published in Industrial Engineer
Successful IT problem-solving organizations are increasingly implementing formal root cause analysis (RCA) within their ITIL problem management structure to more effectively analyse problems and prevent negative impacts on the business.
by Mike Resimius and John Stiller - Published in Professional Safety
By designating, training and preparing employees ahead of time, and continuously practicing and refreshing training, organisations can be well-equipped to effectively prevent and respond to safety incidents.
by Brian Hughes, Vice President - Published in Industrial Engineer
Companies that need to manage the risks of a complex global supply chain are most successful when they proactively solve problems through a robust Solution Management System (SMS) built on a solid, adaptable root cause analysis program.
by Jonathan Batchelor - Published in LinkedIn
Leading root cause analysis (RCA) training and investigation provider, Sologic, is proud to announce that its services have been commended as ‘outstanding’ after being audited by the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB).
by Andy Wilkinson - Published in LinkedIn - Online - Printed
Two years ago Andy’s organisation implemented a Safety Management System and has been using industry standard Maintenance Error Decisions Aid (MEDA) to carry out event investigation. Andy undertook Sologic’s two-day Root Cause Analysis Training (RCA) course to enhance CSE’s error prevention and solution strategies. Since then, he has noticed significant changes across his organisation, which he details in the following interview.
The associated Causelink software is user friendly and intuitive with good reporting functionality.
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