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July 2022

How Detailed Should a Root Cause Analysis Be? Recorded Webinar

July 8 at 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM CDT

Do you want to see the forest or the trees? One of the questions we get often is, “How much detail is enough for my root cause analysis?” If there’s not enough detail, it’s easy to miss important elements within the incident. With too much detail, the investigation will get bogged down with trivial issues - wasting time and frustrating those involved.

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Introduction to Cause Mapping® – Effective Root Cause Analysis – July 15

July 15 at 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM CDT
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Excel Tips & Tricks for Using the Cause Mapping® Template

July 22 at 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM CDT

This FREE Webinar will demonstrate how powerful the drawing tool within Excel can be to document, communicate and share your entire investigation within our Excel Cause Mapping template without having to invest in new expensive, complicated software.

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How a 5-Why Expands Into a Complete Investigation – Recorded Webinar

July 29 at 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM CDT

Every investigation, regardless of its complexity, can begin with a simple 5-Why. Bigger incidents will be broken down into more detail. Even as the investigation expands into a larger analysis it does not contradict the initial 5-Why. Smaller incidents have few parts and bigger incidents have more parts, but the cause-and-effect principle doesn't change. It can be applied consistently to all incidents.

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August 2022

Investigating Workplace Injuries

August 12 at 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM CDT

This webinar demonstrates the use of the Cause Mapping method of root cause analysis to investigate workplace injuries. We’ll look at burns, contamination, slips/trips/falls and the most common, hand injuries, to better understand the factors influencing workplace injuries, how to effectively investigate these injuries, and how to reduce the number of injuries in the workplace.

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What You Need to Know About the Cause Mapping® Template – August 26

August 26 at 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM CDT

The template, which we provide for free, is a workbook in Microsoft Excel created specifically to allow users to document, analyze and present their root cause analysis within one file. Each worksheet has a specific purpose within the investigation and allows you to document the different parts of a complete incident investigation. This free webinar will explain the purpose of each of the worksheets included in the file, as well as offer a few helpful tips and tricks to complete your investigation.

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September 2022

The Important Connection Between RCA and FMEA – September 09

September 9 at 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM CDT

Root cause analysis (RCA) is typically used for investigating why a problem did occur so that specific solutions can be implemented to prevent it from occurring again. Failure modes effect analysis (FMEA) is used to understand how a problem could happen in the future, to identify what actions should be taken to prevent it. Learn how to connect these two approaches to improve the way your organization analyzes, documents, communicates and prevents problems.

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5-Why DOs and DON’Ts – Recorded Webinar

September 16 at 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM CDT

A widely known tool that is regularly misused. An accurate 5-Why provides a simple way to start a cause-and-effect analysis. This webinar covers some important DOs and DON’Ts that will explain how the technique is confused and how it should be used. Topics will include 5-Why Basics and Benefits, Drawbacks and Misuse of a 5-Why, Does a 5-Why align with a Cause Map™ diagram?

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Using the Process Map to Lead a More Effective RCA Investigation

September 30 at 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM CDT

High reliability organizations (HRO) rely on highly reliable work processes. When a problem occurs, your investigation reveals opportunities to improve work processes. Unfortunately, many investigations fall short of this important connection with a simple explanation like “procedure needs improvement.” This explanation is NOT specific or effective at revealing actionable solutions to reduce risk. This webinar will show you how an effective investigation must focus on breakdowns in your work processes and how to use the process map as an effective tool to drive this critical discussion.

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