August 30, 2010 | Barb Carr

2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis in Boston, Massachusetts!

bostonBoston, Massachusetts, will be the location for a  2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Course on September 21-22, 2010. In just two days you will learn the basics of the TapRooT® System for finding the root causes of incidents, accidents, quality problems, near-misses, operational errors, hospital sentinel events, and other types of problems. Once you find the real root causes using this systematic process, learn to develop effective fixes that will keep problems from happening again.

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Boston is the capital and largest city of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is one of the oldest cities in the United States. The largest city in New England, Boston is considered the economic and cultural center of the region and is sometimes regarded as the unofficial “Capital of New England.” Boston is also the anchor of a substantially larger metropolitan area called Greater Boston, home to 4.5 million people. (Source,_Massachusetts)

Rich in history, Boston has much to offer visitors. From the Boston Tea Party to the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, patriotism abounds and the city reflects this in its many sightseeing attractions. Here are just a few options to get you started on your Boston tour:

Adams National Historical Park includes the birthplaces of U.S. Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams.

The Boston Beer Company offers tours of their Sam Adams Brewery. Boston Beer founder Jim Koch is the sixth generation of Koch brewmasters.

Acorn Tours offers private sightseeing tours of Boston and the surrounding areas. See everything from Harvard to the Salem Witch Museum to the Mayflower II and Plymouth Rock.

Boston Sportfishing is located right on Boston Harbor. Enjoy a day of fishing for bluefish and flounder as well as offshore fishing for cod, haddock, pollock, wolffish, shark, and bluefin tuna.

Boston Common is the starting point of the Freedom Trail. The nearly 50-acre Boston Common is one of the oldest parks in the nation.

The Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum offers a multitude of exhibits and memorabilia. It is a full-sized replica of one of three original Boston Tea Party ships.

The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile route that passes by some of Boston’s  most noteworthy historical sites, including the Paul Revere House and the Old North Church.

Harvard University is the oldest university in the United States. Among its graduates are six U.S. Presidents–John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Rutherford B. Hayes, and John F. Kennedy.

The USS Constitution was launched in 1797, making it the world’s oldest floating commissioned ship.

Dining in Boston:

Cheers/Bull and Finch Pub is a Boston tradition and was the inspiration for Cheers, the long-running TV sitcom. The menu features wings, nachos and burgers along with Cheers memorabilia.

The Bell in Hand Tavern has five bars and lots of live music plus karaoke. They also have your favorite appetizers, burgers, and sandwiches.

33 Restaurant and Lounge offers a wide array of menu options like Potato Ravioli, Spring Salmon, and Sake Miso Black Cod.

Maggiano’s Little Italy features traditional favorites like Baked Ziti & Sausage, Lobster Ravioli, and Fettuccine Alfredo.

Anthony’s Pier 4 overlooks historic Boston Harbor and offers fresh seafood, prime steaks, succulent Maine lobster and more.

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