The Why-Why Analysis is an analytical method that is designed to find the root cause of any failure by identifying all factors contributing to a problem one by one in an orderly fashion, rather than a hit-and-miss attempt to work out the factors.
After going through Why Why Analysis training participants will understand and learn about:
- Prevent the recurrence of the failure.
- To find out the root cause and we can easily take preventive action against it.
- How to develop our problem-solving skills and mitigate future challenges.
Who Should Attend
- Human Resources
- Safety Managers
- Loss Control Managers
- Safety Coordinators
- Operations Managers
- Project Managers
- Safety Specialists
Benefits Of Attending
You know what the problem is, but you cannot solve it? The 5 Whys technique will allow you to dissect the problem and reveal its underlying causes quickly.
Why Why Analysis training workshop will offer the following benefits:
- Improving analytical thinking.
- Develop an understanding of the relation of the failure with theories & fundamental principles.
- Improve the knowledge of the function, structure, and mechanism of the equipment/process.
- Develop the consciousness about the abnormalities causing troubles in the workplace.
- Aim to level up the ability of the people. Develop the way of prevention of recurrence.
1. Overview of Why –Why Analysis
– Introduction to Root Cause Analysis
– Definition of RCA
– How why-why tool works
– Why and where using Why-Why Tool
– Purpose of why-why analysis
2. Why-Why Analysis Funnel
– Defining Problem, Point of Cause
– Effect, Investigation
– Direct Cause
– Root Cause Analysis
– Countermeasures and Follow-up
3. Understanding of New Why-Why Analysis
– Explore 3X5 Why-Why Analysis
– Specific (Specific Problem typically related to design)
– Detection of the inspection system
– Inspection/quality gate
– Measurement system
– Systematic ( Systematic approach to Root Cause analysis related to
management system issues or quality system failures)
4. Steps for Why-Why Analysis
– Defining 1st Why
– Describing abnormal things
– Verifying the hypothesis
– Avoid searching for causes under Psychological
– Avoid Ambiguity
– Repeat Why
5. Effect of Contributing Factors
-Understanding of different causes
-Where to look for contributing factors
6. Supporting Tools for Root Cause Analysis
– Fishbone diagram
– Affinity diagrams
– Pareto Analysis
7. Group Exercise
– Training Summary discussion
Feedback From Past Participants
“The workshop helped us to restrict the failures at the shop floor.
“This workshop helped us to find out the root cause of the problems.”
“The trainer guidance has helped us to identify methods and tools used to eliminate failure.”