5 whys template Analysis
Points to consider when carrying out a 5 Whys template analysis
- On average 4-5 Whys? are required to get to the root cause. If you have only filled in 1 or 2 Whys your analysis is likely to be incomplete for 5 whys template Analysis
- Once you have got to your last Why? you should know what your corrective action taken should be as it should link to this last Why?
- This corrective action taken is your longterm corrective action plan (s. below) and should be filled into the relevant column of your CAP.
- Usually a longterm action will lead you to a written system, procedure or SOP, as most non-compliances arise because of a system failure.
- Any shortterm action required would be mentioned in the right hand side column of the 5 Whys? analysis (s. below).
- The correct reason must be identified for the non-compliance as otherwise your analysis might head in the wrong direction.
- There can be several reasons for a non-compliance. If that is the case please carry out several root cause analysis’, as they will lead you to different corrective actions required.
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- If your Why? question identified e.g. a lack of space you cannot ask why, as space is a premises/building limitation, but the issue is then that planning was not done according to the space available. So if you are aware of the lack of space and a non-compliance has not occurred for the first time your question must be why nobody has done anything about it yet, if the lack of space was known as 5 whys template Analysis