Why bother with a Root Cause Analysis? It’s simple – if not to get to the root cause of why it happened in the first place, right? Get to know that, and you stand a chance of ensuring that the same incident doesn’t occur again.
Topics highlighted in our Root Cause Analysis checklist include:
- Assessing the incident
- Identifying the incident
- Logistics for conducting an Incident investigation at your organization
- Logistics and aspects of conducting and implementing a root cause analysis at your organization
The root cause analysis process should significantly enhance the further needed milestones in the overall incident investigation process, including incident costing and incident recall. Prevent incidents from happening in the future by analyzing your previous incident root causes and implementing new methods and actions into place.
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Manage Title IX offenses, student transgressions, harassment allegations, discriminatory behavior, and general grievances.
Investigate security breaches, fraud allegations, patient privacy claims, health and safety incidents, and general patient complaints.
Manufacturing and Retail Industry
Examine corruption claims, fraud allegations, workplace health and safety incidents, property theft, and QA incidents.
Financial Services and Banking
Manage customer complaints, corruption allegations, fraud charges, due diligence, money laundering claims, and regulatory compliance from government organizations.
Manage cases and lawsuits against third-party providers, accident claims, logistics brokers, and direct shippers.
Insurance and Employee Benefits
Adhere to regulatory oversight, investigate fraud allegations, reduce wasteful practices, and maintain a complete audit trail.
Energy and Utilities
Comply with government oversight, environmental protections, workplace injuries, and health and safety incidents.