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ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS TRAINING IS PROVEN TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY, AND SAVE TIME AND MONEY

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ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS TRAINING IS PROVEN TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY, AND SAVE TIME AND MONEY

January 31
10:55 2013

Companies in the food processing and production industry thatstruggle with tough and re-occurring problems can increase productivity, and save time and money, by utilising root cause analysis (RCA) techniques taught by training company Sologic in collaboration with The Red Cat Partnership.

RCA is a modern method of problem solving which enables users to methodically and systematically identify root causes of faults and problems, rather than justhow to fix them.   By learning the proven technique, productivity can be increased, and time and money saved.

Jonathan Batchelor from Sologic comments, “The Sologic state-of-the-art RCA method has been delivered to thousands of delegates and is proven to achieve real results.  We are delighted to have teamed up with the premier health and safety consultancy, The Red Cat Partnership, to help spread the word that course is now available to the food processing and production industry throughout theUK.

“Managers who have been trained to use RCA go on to save their organisation an average of £25,000.  While this is very impressive, learning how to report problems and obtain solutions is justas important.”

Sarah Daniels from The Red Cat Partnership based inNorwichsaid, “I am very passionate about the programme and am pleased that all companies now have the chance to be educated in this advanced problem-solving technique.

“By looking at how an incident occurred, and investigating root causes, you canstop it happening again.  Once learned, your mind will look at things differently.”

RCA has been used in a multitude of industries including oil and gas; food processing and production; manufacturing, road haulage and aviation.

Sologic are offering bespoke courses for individual companies’ own personnel delivered in their offices, as well as two day RCA AnalystLevel 1 courses throughout theUK.

For more details, go to: www.rootcauseanalysistraining.co.uk email europe@sologic.com or call 01252 723816.

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