Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Discipline Health, Safety and Environment
LevelSkill
Duration3 Days
Delivery Mechanism Classroom
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Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

Developing Skills in Root Cause Analysis:

Day 1: Safety & Accident Theory and Fundamentals

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Day 2: The Investigation Process and Skills

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Day 3: Root Cause Analysis Methodologies

  • Agenda
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1

    –      Safety Business & QHSE Objective

    –      Safety, Hazards, Risks. Hazards Identification Tools

    –      Risk Assessment & Risk Management [Intro]

    –      Events, Incidents, Accidents. Statistics

    –      Accidents Causation Theory

    –      Contributors to Accidents

    –      Heinrich’s Domino Theory

    –      Loss Causation Model

    –      Bird’s Accident Triangle

    –      The Hidden Costs of Accidents

    –      Introduction to Investigation

    Day 2

    –      Investigation Process Detail

    –      The Incident

    –      Severity & Responsibility Matrices

    –      Information Gathering

    –      Investigation Team

    –      People – Parts – Paper – Position

    –      Interviewing Technique

    –      Action Items

    –      Containment versus Corrective Actions

    –      SMART

    –      Investigation Closure

    –      Documentation

    –      Substandard Investigation

    Day 3

    –      Root Cause Analysis Introduction

    –      What is RCA?. Why use it?

    –      Levels of Causes of Accidents

    –      RCA Methodology (Define – Analyze – Solve)

    –      RCA Tools (Brainstorming – Pareto – 5-WHY – Fishbone)

    –      RCA Follow up

    –      High Potential Incidents

    –      Mine the Diamond

    –      Behavior and Culture

    –      The HSE Culture Ladder

  • Audience

    Managers and Investigation Team Members and Leaders

  • Prerequisites

    Management Experience or Assignment as investigation team member.

  • Prerequisites

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