Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis to Discover Latent Causes
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Register by February 28, 2018
Organizations experience incidents ranging in severity from the near-miss with no consequences, up to a major loss incident with significant consequences for people – workers and the public, the environment, and business interests (assets, productivity, reputation, and social license). By applying these work processes, you can discover the underlying latent causes so you can identify effective recommendations to prevent a recurrence. This approach is reactive when investigating an incident in one's own facility, yet can be proactive when applied to external events to learn from others.
- incident investigation key points
- rigorous root cause analysis (no special software needed!)
- a fresh perspective on the Swiss Cheese Model
- how to manage the recommendations
- the positive impact that the effective application of these work processes can have on your organization's safety culture
By participating in this session, you'll receive:
- A tip-sheet to know when you've uncovered the latent causes in a root cause analysis
- A tip-sheet for prioritizing and managing the recommendations from the incident investigation
About the Presenter
John R. Cocchio, P.Eng., is an Industrial Professor with the School of Engineering Safety and Risk Management within the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Alberta. John is also the principal of GoSafetyPro, an independent in the field of Engineering Safety and Risk Management. GoSafetyPro offers expertise in the areas of occupational safety and process safety risk management. His expertise is based on over 30 years petrochemical manufacturing industry experience in a broad range of process technologies in several world-scale petrochemical and plastics manufacturing plants.
1500 Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW
March 7, 2018
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
John Cocchio, P.Eng.
Professional Member: $305
February 28, 2018