Root Cause Analysis (Food Industry) Course


Duration: 1 day
Time: 09.30 17.00
Content:
  • What is meant by the term Root Cause Analysis?
  • What is meant by the terms contributing factors and counter measures?
  • Understanding the following root cause analysis techniques
  • The different stages of Root Cause Analysis procedure
  • The different techniques required to undertake a root cause analysis
  • Review of case studies and group exercises to ensure understanding of the various techniques used
  • POA - This course is only available on an in house basis, please contact us for further information
Fees: POA plus VAT

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The course is designed for people working in the food industry and who require the skills and techniques to undertake Root Cause Analysis as required by a number of standards including the BRC Global Standard (Food) Issue 6.

Duration

1 Day, 09.30 17.00

Who Should Attend?
The course is designed for people working in the food industry and who undertake corrective and preventive actions following internal or external verification activities

Course Objectives
This course explains the key principles root cause analysis and their implementation in the food industry, to investigate the root causes of non-conformities.

Course Content

What is meant by the term Root Cause Analysis?
What is meant by the terms contributing factors and counter measures?
Understanding the following root cause analysis techniques
The different stages of Root Cause Analysis procedures
The different techniques required to undertake a root cause analysis
 Review of case studies and group exercises to ensure understanding of the   various techniques used

What Are The Benefits?
The course will give delegates a full understanding of how to address corrective actions identified, to ensure that the root causes are identified and corrected for prevention in future

In-House Courses
Offering better value for money, they can be designed to closely match your specific requirements.

Style of Delivery and Course Leaders
Our course tutors have substantial experience in the understanding of Quality Management Systems, audit processes and corrective action procedures. They are qualified and experienced with extensive practical knowledge across a wide range of sectors in manufacturing, catering and retail.

Certification
Delegates successfully completing the course and examination will be awarded SAI attendance certificate

Booking and Course Fees
This course is only available on an in-house basis, please contact us for further information.