An investigation of the use of collaborative and adaptive root cause analysis (CARCA) technique in a professional health, safety, and environment training program

The proposed research aims to test the relative merits of the “collaborative and adaptive root cause analysis” (CARCA) technique. Through this technique, the aim is to enhance Health, Safety, and Environment employers’ appreciation of complex events and phenomena associated with operational incidents, contributing to their professional development as joint thinkers. Various incident-based scenarios will be used to prompt participants to make inquiry, and collaboratively identify the multiple root causes that contributed to the make-up of those incidents. The technique will be used to improve the partner company’s health, safety, and environment (HSE) field’s incident investigation training package.

Intern: 
Ugur Parlar
Superviseur universitaire: 
Dr. Bonnie Shapiro
Project Year: 
2014
Province: 
Alberta
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