CIWEM have partnered with Sologic, global leaders in Root Cause Analysis since 2018 to deliver a web-based water and environmental sector focussed problem-solving course. This virtually delivered, instructor-led course is trusted and recommended by leading organisations throughout the world.
The complex problems we all face in our sector are certainly unique, but the best practice and methods used to solve them are universal. Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is a structured problem-solving method used by a diverse range of industries, from aerospace, pharmaceutical, construction & professional sport, to utilities and finance. When processes break down, behaviours fall short or products fail we need a method that will ensure that our people have the time, techniques and tools required to understand what happened, why it happened and precisely what they can do to reduce the risk of recurrence.
Across this fascinating and interactive two-day course, you will develop the skills to master an effective and scalable RCA problem solving process. The course will enable attendees to use a systematic, structured and evidence-based RCA process. You will:
"Your process worked great. I was able to conduct a very successful analysis and report my first time using Causelink"
Corporate EHS manager, large marine services organisation
“The world the water sector operates in is changing rapidly. The scale, nature and complexity of new and emerging challenges will require novel and innovative responses to deliver the levels of resilience customers want and can afford now and in the long term."
"We didn’t so much as start thinking outside the box, with Sologic we really just started looking in the box properly for the first time."
Quality Assurance Manager, Waste Management
“Once we’d adopted the Sologic RCA method we were able to make major inroads into a host of stubborn recurring problems, some of which had plagued us for years.”
Systems Engineer, Regional Water Company.
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