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Root Cause Analysis, RCA for short is a method of problem solving in which the root cause of a problem is identified to solve it. RCA is based on the principle that a problem can be solved better by correcting or removing the root cause for it than by mere resolution of the symptoms. When a problem root is eliminated the chances of it recurring are removed almost completely too. Root cause analysis is typically an iterative process to be most effective and is a recognized tool for "continuous improvement" in any scenario.

When are RCA's Done?
Root Cause Analysis is done as a reaction to a problem or problems after they occur. But when practiced for a while it can become a pro-active method where by problems can be seen coming before they occur and thus can be prevented in time. Many tools, processes and varying philosophies go into the RCA methodology.

We believe applying the appropriate strategy is critical for a long term implementation success. Many organizations get bogged down trying to manage complex processes & strategies on equipment that has zero impact or consequence to their operation..

What are the Basic RCA's?

Safety based - comes from analysis of accidents and standards in occupational safety and health

Production based - arises from quality control followed in industrial manufacturing

Process based - extension of production based RCA which encompasses business processes

Failure based - stems from failure analysis followed in the areas of engineering and maintenance

Systems based - confluence of all the previously mentioned RCA plus change management, risk management and system analysis ideas

What We Do

We can help your organization find the performance improvement by identifying the root causes to your problems, all RCA’s should be carried out systematically and their root causes documented, one problem can have more than one root cause, we will consider all of these during the RCA process.

While the root cause analysis starts as a reactive methodology your organization will become pro-active as it continues to perform RCA’s