CBS news reported that

Workers aboard an exploding offshore drilling platform were told to sign statements denying they were hurt or witnessed the blast that rocked the rig, killed 11 and spewed millions of gallons of oil into the ocean …”

How would your initial efforts to “collect information” differ from the efforts detailed in this story?

How would your efforts after a major accident be viewed by the press or by a jury?

There is much you can learn from a major accidents that is outside the “technical details” of the failure.

Have you planned your response to a fatality?

Have you thought about the corporate responsibility to the workers, their families, and the government?

Perhaps you need to attend a new course that we are offering before the TapRooT® Summit?

See:

http://www.taproot.com/summit.php?t=pre-summit#A_Police_Enquiry_into_a_Death_in_the_Work_Place_-_Corporate_Responsibility