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7018 PROACT for Meridium Root Cause Analysis Methodology Training
Part # DL-7018
Cost: $1,250 USD   Length: 3 Days


Start Date
End DateSession TimesCostStatus
Wait List14-Dec-202514-Dec-2025Sunday, December 14: 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM Eastern Time
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Course Description: 

This course is designed to teach participants the underlying concepts of a systematic process to solve the problems of system performance and why finding the root causes are critical to long-term performance. Participants will learn the best root cause analysis practices and methodology that can then be applied to the PROACT for Meridium software application.
In addition you will learn how to utilize the PROACT® methodology which helps ensure that you efficiently determine ALL root causes for a problem or gap in performance and find solutions for those causes. This course is applicable to asset performance, safety, quality and other problems, and will be effective for both managers and practitioners. The materials for this course were developed by the Reliability Center, Inc., experts in root cause analysis.
Topics include:
•    Fundamentals of Root Cause Analysis
•    Identifying targets for Root Causes Analysis
•    PReserving Evidence and data and effective ways to collect failure data
•    Ordering and Organizing an analysis
•    Analysis utilizing the PROACT methodology
•    Communicating analysis recommendations