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Conger-Elsea Root Cause Analysis and Incident Investigation

Course Description

2016 -  Root Cause Analysis and Incident Investigation
In Partnership with Conger-Elsea

This workshop promotes analytic methods to make ethical decisions ensuring the safety of people and the environment.  Globally recognized as the “go to course” on Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and Incident Investigation for industries and federal/state agencies that include: Nuclear, Utilities, Power Generation, Chemical, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical, Pharmacology, and Regulatory Agencies (NRC, BSEE, PHMSA, IAEA).  Participants will be certified using the Conger-Elsea Management Oversight and Risk Tree (MORT) tools/models that will build proficiencies for:

-        Resolving problems and mitigating risk

-        Making ethical decisions regarding public and environmental safety

-        Establishing analytical processes that are essential for problem solving

Implementing proven analytic tools/techniques for safety culture, incident and accident investigation, investigative interviewing, and in depth Root Cause Analysis, including certification for mastering our proprietary Conger-Elsea MORT analysis technique, establishing a consistent taxonomy for reports, and certifying you for use of accident investigation and root cause analysis training techniques. This is accomplished through our curriculum and a case study where each participant realistically applies proven RCA tools.  Meets professional engineer continuing education requirements.

Cancellation Policy

Courses are subject to minimum enrollments. If the minimum numbers of enrollments are not met, Hellier and Conger-Elsea reserves the right to cancel the session and offer you a full refund or transfer to another date and/or location.

We must receive written notification of cancellation ten business days or more prior to the first day of the course for a full refund. If a student reschedules or cancels a program five to nine business days before the class start date, only 50% of the course registration fee will be refunded. If a student reschedules or cancels a program four business days or fewer before the class start date, or if a student is a “no show,” then no refund will be given. If Hellier cancels a course, at least five days notice will be given and a full refund will be issued.
  

Cancellation/Rescheduling Occurrence Refund Amount
 Cancelled by Hellier, anytime   100%
 10+ business days prior to start date**   100%
 5-9 business days prior to start date**    50%
 1-4 business days prior to start date**
  none
 No Show   none

**Notifications notice must be received 5pm Friday prior to this occurrence

In the event that HELLIER or Conger-Elsea must cancel the course due to circumstances beyond our control, a full refund will be issued or credit applied toward a future course. HELLIER cannot be responsible for any cost associated with early travel arrangements including purchase of non-refundable airline tickets.

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