Title Root Cause Analysis
  • Define and Understand RCA

  • Apply Appropriate RCA Tools/Models

  • Conduct RCAs to Identify Root Causes of Occurrences

  • Implement Corrective Actions
  • Develop SPIs
  • Build and Present a Safety Case to Management
  • Practice RCA With Case Studies and Exercises

Who Should Attend Those company employees responsible for conducting safety occurrence investigations. This includes, but is not limited to, the Safety Manager, Department Heads, Quality Managers, or any other employee who needs, or requires, an in-depth understanding of how to conduct RCAs.  
Location Options
Duration 16.0 hrs. (2 days)
Time 8:00am-5:00pm daily (includes a one hour break for lunch)
What to Bring Laptop computer with Adobe Acrobat, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • Coursebook
  • Handouts
  • Certificate of Training
  • Introduction to RCA
  • The RCA Process
  • RCA Models and Tools (general)
  • RCA Models and Tools (aviation-industry specific)
  • Corrective Actions
  • RCA Monitoring and Measurement- Safety Performance Indicators (SPIs)
  • Building a Safety Case to Present to Management
  • Case Studies
  • RCA Exercises and Practice