FREE Root Cause Analysis Awareness Seminar
20th May 2014
3 hours 14.00 to 17.00 at
All-Energy Exhibition & Conference Centre Aberdeen.
Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is a logical process
for analysing the cause-and-effect relationships of an event or situation. It finds solutions to ensure that undesirable events do not reoccur, and can also examine successful events to aid understanding of how the relevant scenarios can be replicated.
RCA is increasingly recognised as key to professional discipline and high industry sector standards, and its application is viewed as an indicator of best practice.
An effective RCA should be simple and scalable according to your organisation's needs.
All-Energy Exhibition brings you a free three hour Root Cause Analysis seminar as part of our events and conferences programme. Delivered by RCA experts Sologic, the seminar will introduce you to this powerful tool, demonstrate its benefits and outline the processes involved.
Attending the course will enable you to:
To book your place on this event, please visit:
Phone:+44 (0) 1252 723816
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