ARMS Reliability provides skilled investigators who complete a thorough investigation either on-site or at a neutral venue should the circumstances require.
Investigation services include:
- Facilitating the investigation of the incident/s
- Compiling evidence
- Creation and submission of cause-and-effect chart (RealityChart)
- Presentation of final report
- Client option of ARMS presenting findings of RCA in person or via webinar to key stakeholders
- Continued support via phone, webinar or in person
Why call upon ARMS Reliability to investigate an incident?
When a neutral party carries out the investigation preconceived ideas are eliminated and the investigation is more focused and effective.
Our highly experienced senior investigators are the most efficient way to get the job done in a timely manner.
Required By Regulatory Organizations
We provide everything you need to document when a third party investigation is required by law.
Keep Your Resources on Task
With an outside resource on the investigation you don't need to interrupt business as usual when an incident occurs.
High Severity or Sensitive Issues
When your staff or external contractors are involved in a high severity incident, greater objectivity and expert investigation skills are required to minimize internal confrontations.
Whether you lack trained investigators or find an investigation stalled due to complexity we have the experience necessary to complete in-depth investigations that lead to the most effective solutions.
Get Consistent Results
Our investigation services provide consistent results complete with, timeline, evidence, cause and effect chart, presentation of final report and corrective action tracking.
Coach and Mentor Your Team
Expert assistance can also provide motivation for internal facilitators and investigators and act as a mentoring resource.
We're Always on Call
With expert investigators across multiple countries, we are flexible and able to offer investigation services at any location with short lead times.
Challenge Your Status Quo
Continuous improvement should not rely on doing things the way they have always been done.