January 26, 2012 | Mark Paradies

Countdown Continues – 33 Days Until the 2012 Global TapRooT® Summit – What Will Be Your Favorite Session?

Often people participating in the TapRooT® Summit THINK they know what will be their favorite session, but are surprised when one of the sessions they attend BLOWS THEIR SOCKS OFF.

For example, all of the Keynote Speakers (CLICK HERE to review them) have the potential to be the best talk at the Summit.

But there are some Best Practice Session presenters who also have the potential to be your favorite session. Here are just a few of the ones that I’m looking forward to …

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They will discuss their personal experience being prosecuted for an accident.

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One of the most highly praised sessions at past Summits has been the “TapRooT® Users Share Root Cause Best Practices” session facilitated by Linda and Michele.

Richard Mesker                                                           Images 3112Meskerpic-1

Richard gives interesting, interactive talks. What I’ve heard about his “Risk Management and Safety: Safety Third” session leads me to believe it will surprise you.

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Dave Munro, Jade Washmon, Jim Thatcher and Pat Fortune (not pictured) will discuss what it takes to develop and maintain great investigators.

William Sirois from Circadian Technologies                   Images 3764Bill-Sirois-1

I always like Bill’s talks about fatigue and he has two at the Summit that you should consider attending. The first is about a new federal requirement for airlines – developing a fatigue risk management plan. These plans really should be implemented everywhere that fatigue could be an issue.

Second, is “Using FACT to Measure & Analyze Fatigue (Both Reactive and Proactive)”. If you’ve ever wondered how you can prove that fatigue was an issue in an accident, Bill has the answer and will share it at the Summit.

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Well, I said I’d share a few … so I better stop now. And I haven’t even mentioned the talks I’ll be presenting!

Make sure you attend the Summit so that you can learn all the valuable information that will help you take performance at your facility to the next level.

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