How to Apply Cause and Effect Analysis in a Processing Plant?


 
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How to Apply Cause and Effect Analysis in a Processing Plant?
sirelkhatim ibrahim nugud, Coach, Sudan, Member
I work in a process plant. I'm always facing breakdowns of machinery or even small defects. People including myself tend to replace immediately the defective part, and restore the machine in service.
I know this is not as good as analyzing and finding the root cause. Can anybody advice a procedure with some simple steps to take suitable in this case? Thanks for your help....Sign up
 

 
Processing Plant Cause and Effect - Basic Questions
Craig Power, United Kingdom, Member
Hi, I know the following answer doesn't give you a procedure, but as a capital equipment buyer I suggest the following basic areas to review:
- I...Sign up
 

 
Do Variability Analysis and then Plot the Ishikawa Diagram
ANUJ KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA, Manager, India, Premium Member
Respected Sir,
The best thing you can do is try doing a Variability Analysis. This a best practice technique for finding out the root caus...Sign up
 

 
Try Total Productive Mantainance
ANUJ KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA, Manager, India, Premium Member
Maintainace always have a cost attached to it.
It is advisable to use Total Productive Ma...Sign up
 

 
 


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