MEM-107 Effective Management of Environmental Nonconformances & Root Cause Analysis
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“Nonconformance” is a taboo in most organization; what more environmental nonconformance(s)!
The term “nonconformance” has always been associated with negativity, inadequacy, incompetency and incapability. However, the International Organization for Standardization begs to differ. Just have a quick check on the ISO standard, and you will be surprised that “nonconformance” is parked under the title “Improvement” in Clause 10. In other words, “nonconformance” should not be viewed negatively but rather as a mean to achieve improvement in our Management System.
“If you do not manage your problem, your problem will manage you.” All we need is the knowledge, the skills and the tools, then environmental nonconformances will no longer be daunting and intimidating. Join this course and equip yourself today!
This training provides:
A new lens to look at nonconformances
Knowledge on the steps to deal with environmental nonconformances
Tools to identify the REAL root cause of environmental nonconformances
Methods to determine the corrective action to prevent recurrence
Ways to evaluate the effectiveness of the corrective action and determine the need for further actions and follow ups.
Performance Evaluation and Improvement in Environmental Management System
Dealing with Nonconformance(s)
Root Cause Analysis
Addressing the Root Cause
This course is suitable for those who are tasked with the development, implementation and maintenance of an environmental management system, as well as those working for a continual environmental improvement in the organization.
This may include directors/ managers, environmental officer, engineers, works/ maintenance managers, and human resources/ personal affairs officers
This is a 1-day programme. This course runs from 9:00am – 5:00pm with an hour for lunch and periodic short breaks.
This is an intensive session designed to include as much discussion as possible. Lunch and breaks provide an opportunity for further questioning and discussion with the instructors.