A few photos that TapRooT® Instructor Boris Risnic shared from our recent onsite course in Brazil.
TapRooT® Instructor Harry Thorburn shared these photos from our current 5-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training in Stavanger, Norway. (March 10-14) If you’re interested in learning more about our root cause analysis courses around the world, click here.
Natural disaster? Mechanical malfunction? Or something more insidious? While we still have few answers to our questions about the loss of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, the investigation continues. It would be very difficult to make a SnapCharT® of events, because we have very little information regarding the incident. The evidence included a salvaged airplane door, two stolen passports, and an ocean oil slick that would be consistent with the potential location and type of incident.
In the face of this grievous incident, the world wants answers. Read the following articles for more details on the investigation, and let us know: Do you think it’s a good idea to do what the author of The Star article does by making guesses as to the root cause of the incident? At what point does one have enough facts to conduct an adequate investigation? Is “pilot fault” a valid root cause?
The New York Times: Search for Jet Compounds the Mystery
The Star: Missing MH370: 5 theories on what could have happened to MH370
Graphic courtesy of The Star.
What do past Summit Attendees have to say about their experience at the Global TapRooT® Summit? Find out in this short video. Some highlights:
“I’ll be bringing a couple of best practices home. [One] of the things I was interested in, specifically, was trending.” -Darryl H.
“There are several very mature organizations that I’ve met over these last 5 days that have very robust programs [to learn from].” – Nancy H.
“I got a chance to meet a lot of good people… it was overall a fabulous time.” – Patricia R.
Watch the video below to learn more of the insights you & your Summit colleagues shared with us over the last few years:
Have you registered for the Summit yet? It’s just a month away, so sign up today. You’ll learn best practices, network with professionals across industries, and enjoy the beautiful Horseshoe Bay Resort near Austin, Texas.
The Name Game: Network with Safety, Quality, Health, Environment, and Investigation Professionals at the 2014 Global TapRooT® Summit!Posted: March 7th, 2014 in Pictures, Summit
Do you want to connect with other safety, quality, or investigation professionals in your industry, but find it hard to break the ice? Have you ever attended a conference chock-full of interesting individuals, only to return home with just a couple of business cards? Networking can be difficult and, let’s face it, awkward. At the Global TapRooT® Summit, you won’t have to worry about that. We’ll break the ice for you during the Name Game.
The Name Game takes place during the first general session of the Summit. You’ll meet three hand-picked professionals to connect with. As a participation prize, you’ll receive a free TapRooT® polo shirt.
Join your new contacts at the Wednesday night reception for more fun & networking, or plan dinner together Thursday night to share best practices and get to know each other.
Your new colleagues can’t wait to meet you at the Name Game at the 2014 Global TapRooT® Summit. Don’t miss it!
A big thank you to TapRooT® Instructor Sanjay Gandhi for a great onsite course in South Africa, and for these photos of it.
Interested in our Africa root cause analysis training?
TapRooT® Instructor Reb Brickey sent over these photos from our onsite course in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Click here to contact us and ask about onsite courses.
TapRooT® Instructor Dave Janney shared these course photos from our February 9-13 5-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training in Doha, Qatar.
Hernando Godoy, South America TapRooT® Instructor, shared these photos from our recent onsite course in Lima, Peru. Enjoy!
Have you registered for the Global TapRooT® Summit yet? Time is running out! It’s less than 2 months away – April 7-11, 2014 at the Horseshoe Bay Resort near Austin, Texas. We’re looking forward to sharing root cause analysis best practices, networking with professionals from across industries and across the world, and enjoying the beautiful sunny weather of Texas Hill Country.
Once you register, make sure you book your hotel! Our hotel group rate expires in 2 1/2 weeks. After March 7th at 5:00pm, you’ll lose your TapRooT® Summit room discount ($169/night) and need to pay full price ($247/night) for your hotel room.
Don’t wait! Make your reservations and join us for the 2014 Global TapRooT® Summit in Horseshoe Bay, Texas.
Course organizer Diana Munevar sent this photo from our recent onsite TapRooT® course in Peru, including herself and instructors Piedad Colmenares and Hernando Godoy. What a fantastic class! If you’re interested in holding a course at your South America site, e-mail T&PS at email@example.com.
Join us April 9th at 5:30 PM for fun, food,music, and networking at the 2014 Global TapRooT® Summit. Alison Diggs, our Summit coordinator, has planned a fabulous evening for us. Watch her video invitation below!
Ready to register for the 2014 Global TapRooT® Summit? Want to find out more about how you can learn root cause analysis best practices, network with excellent professionals from across the globe, and hear exceptional keynote addresses from Rocky Bleier, SI President Mark Paradies, and more?
TapRooT® Instructor Dave Janney sent over these photos from our 2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis course, held in Dubai, UAE February 5-6. If you weren’t able to attend, never fear! We’re holding another in Dubai on May 14-15. Click here to learn more and register today.
We’re currently holding an onsite TapRooT® course with Piedad Colmenares and Hernando Godoy as the instructors. Thanks to Diana Munevar for this great photo of the class.
If you’re interested in a Spanish onsite TapRooT® course, contact Diana Munevar at 57 3203429267.