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 Minor Incident Analysis Workshop


September 11-12, 2018

Concord, North Carolina, USA

John led incident analysis teams in the commercial nuclear power industry for over two decades prior to joining FIT, and has trained Incident Analysts in numerous countries. Additionally, he was a leader in corrective action program implementation and oversight for a company providing design engineering, manufacturing, industrial services and project management. John, a veteran of the US Navy submarine service, enjoys outdoor activities and resides with his family in Brevard, NC

John Colflesh

Lead Instructor

Who Will Benefit from Attending?

Our workshop equips individuals seeking initial training as minor incident analysts, analysts who are already highly experienced, and individuals who lead minor incident analysis teams, with knowledge and skills that enable performing more efficient and effective limited scope (apparent cause) investigations.  Managers who provide oversight for incident analysis programs should also attend.

Our workshop is intended to improve the capability of organizations to solve moderately significant incidents, thereby improving safety, quality and productivity.
Our workshop integrates human performance fundamentals with proven incident analysis processes and techniques.  Attendees are taught how to perform various analytical techniques and how use of those techniques will lead them to the causes of events, thereby facilitating identification and implementation of corrective actions capable of reducing the risk of recurrence.  Topics include:

 

  • Human performance fundamentals from an incident analysis perspective
  • Applying proven incident analysis processes, tools, and techniques
  • Structured approach for determining the Extent of Condition
  • Identifying causal factors that induce undesirable human behaviors and equipment failures
  • Identifying contributing factors that allow incidents to occur and/or increase their significance
  • Principles for developing lean and effective corrective action plans
Numerous hands-on experiential learning activities, including:

 

  • Determining Human Error Types
  • Interviewing
  • Timeline Development
  • Barrier Analysis
  • Fault Tree Analysis
  • Why Analysis
  • Identifying Extent of Condition
  • Corrective Action Plan Development
Date/Time: September 11 & 12, 2018; from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM daily

Workshop Registration and Pricing

Cost$1,100.00/person – includes training materials, lunch, a certificate of completion, 16 Continuing Education Units (CEU), networking opportunities, and continuing access to incident analysis consulting assistance.  Pay before August 10, 2018 and receive an early registration rate of only $999.00/person. All groups of 5+ people who register at the same time will also qualify for the reduced rate.

Our workshop is limited to 20 students in order to facilitate extensive instructor/attendee interactions,
so register now to reserve your seat!

Details

Fisher Improvement Technologies

271 Executive Park Drive, Concord, North Carolina, 28025

Location

Fisher Improvement Technologies

271 Executive Park Drive, Concord, North Carolina, 28025

 

Special Rate Hotel Offering!

Marriot Springhill Suites

7811 Gateway Lane NW Concord, North Carolina 28027

“Special Rate Code” 13592 in the “Corporate/Preferred Rate” box



Amenities

Area Hotels:

  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites, 2491 Wonder Dr, Kannapolis, NC, 28083 · (704) 743-1080
  • Hampton Inn, 612 Dickens Pl NE, Concord, NC, 28025 · (704) 793-9700
  • Country Inn & Suites, 580 Dickens Pl NE, Concord, NC, 28025 · (704) 793-6777

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Fisher Improvement Technologies

271 Executive Park Drive, Concord, North Carolina, 28025