Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

Johan van Niekerk
Shaheed Areff
LP Moroe
Charl Kruger
Fayyaadh Badat

About This Course

Root Cause Analysis (RCA) – At the end of this course the learner would be able to gather and evaluate data for an investigation, perform post-investigation functions, initiate remedial action and follow up.

Instruction

  • You will have 10 days to complete this course from date of registration.
  • After 10 calendar days your course will be cancelled 
  • All exams need to be completed within the time frame given
  • You are entitled to 3 attempts to re-write your Summative Assessment (Exam) if found Not Competent
  • IF YOU ARE FOUND SKIPPING THE COURSE BY CLICKING THE COMPLETE BUTTON YOU WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DISQUALIFIED.
  • After completing the Summative Assessment (Exam) will be evaluated by an assessor.
  • You will then be Redirected to the course where you will be able to download your certificate.
  • If you are declared Not Yet Competent and have exceed the time frame given OR the course has expired you will have to re-register and pay.
  • Unit standards are not displayed on the online certificate, if unit standard is required please contact our offices at certificates@essholdings.co.za
  • Please not You will not have access to the course content once the course has expired , you will need to re-register to access course content

UNIT STANDARD ALIGNMENT
NQF Level: 3
Credits: 5
SAQA Standard: 120335

SPECIFIC OUTCOME
The following unit standard outcomes will be achieved by the learners:
1. Explain the specified requirements pertaining to conducting an investigation into workplace incidents.
2. Prepare to gather data for the investigation.
3. Gather, evaluate data and identify root causes.
4. Perform post-investigation functions.
5. Explain the different types of risk assessment.
6. Identify hazards and risks.
7. Initiate remedial action and follow up.

10 TIPS FOR TAKING THIS ONLINE COURSE
1. Identify your learning objectives.
2. Familiarize yourself with what is expected.
3. Hold yourself accountable.
4. Practice time management.
5. Create a dedicated study space and stay organized.
6. Eliminate distractions.
7. Figure out how YOU learn best and build a study plan.
8. Make sure that you have reliable internet access.
9. Review, Revise, Repeat.
10. Stay motivated.

Learning Objectives

Understand the extent of investigation is understood, explained.
Identify risks sources (hazards) and the associated risks with investigations.
Gather and collect and analysing data for investigations
Identify the cause of the incident after analysis of data.
Know how to identify the immediate cause, basic cause, root cause, lack of controls, inadequate risk assessments.

Curriculum

6 Lessons

Module 01: Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

Student Agreement
Student Registration
Study Unit 01: Introduction and Definitions
Quiz 01: Introduction to Incident Investigation
Study Unit 02: Accident / Incident Causation
Quiz 02: Accident Causation
Study Unit 03: Management Involvement
Assignment 01: BP Texas
Study Unit 04: Initial actions after Incidents
Assignment 02: Deepwater Horizon
Study Unit 05: Investigation and Methods
Quiz 03: Evidence Gathering
Study Unit 06: Report Writing
Summative Assessment
Student Declaration

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RCA

R1750,00

Level
Intermediate
Lectures
6 lectures
Subject
Language
English

Enrolment validity: 10 days