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ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS FOR BEGINNERS

Dr. Amal Khashab's picture
Expert Independent Consultant ,Electric Power Systems Engineering, Free lancer

Summary Full Academic Qualification by obtaining B.Sc. (1971), M.Sc. (1980) and Ph.D. (1991) of Electric Power Engineering. Active continuous education by participating in long periods of...

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The last week accident of Ever Given blockage of Suez Canal raised many questions about how that was happened ? Can it be repeatable ? How to reach a complete understanding of the situation ? What are the next procedures of navigation through this water way? All these questions need through investigations called Root Cause Analysis. Root cause analysis (RCA) is a process designed for use in investigating and categorizing the root causes of events with safety, health, environmental, quality, reliability and production impacts. The accompanied is a tutorial article for the beginners  about RCA process.

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