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Corrective Action Program Best Practice 14 – Establish Time Limits for Causal Analyses

StrategyDriven Corrective Action Program ArticleDetermining the amount of time required for performing causal analyses is a balancing act. The depth of issue investigation should align with its significance. Consequently, more significant events require additional time to perform the more detailed causal analysis assigned to them.


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Corrective Action Program Best Practice 2 – Causal Analyses

Organizations experience incidents of every sort, some with almost imperceptible impacts and others inflicting catastrophic consequences. While impractical to mitigate all adverse events, it is imperative to prevent recurrence of the most significant incidents, important to limit the frequency and impact of moderate happenings, and necessary to only correct low impact deficiencies.


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