How far away is death? The Best Safety Song
Improve your Company’s Safety Culture (An embodiment of “The Best Safety Song”)
“The Best Safety Song” reminded me about how everyone can improve their safety at work and cut down on accidents, risks, and loss of revenue. That’s taking a look at an incredible course coming up, “How to Stop Non-Conservative Decisions”
Workers are often blamed for making non-conservative decisions to get the work done, but we tend to look the other way when senior leaders encourage or make non-conservative decisions. This is unfortunate because our leaders set the tone for decisions made throughout the organization. Your management’s philosophy can protect your people, the environment, and your company’s reputation. This session will give you the tools to improve your company’s safety culture with the ability to empower conservative decision-making and spot non-conservative decision-making.
Alex Paradies will be presenting, “How to Stop Non-Conservative Decisions.”
When & Where?
This presentation is scheduled during Best Practice Session 6 at the 2023 Global TapRooT® Summit, Margaritaville Lake Resort, Lake Conroe – Houston, Texas, April 26 – 28, 2023, (PreSummit Courses, April 24 – 25, 2023).
About Alex Paradies and The Best Safety Song
Alex Paradies actually shared “The Best Safety Song” so I could use it to influence you to work smarter and safer. The best way to do that is through training with TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis. Alex Paradies helps clients learn how to maximize TapRooT® as an investigative and predictive methodology. As an instructor, he looks forward to “meeting and working with new experts and different industries.” Alex came on board full-time in 2019 but is no stranger to TapRooT® RCA. It’s no coincidence that he shares the last name of the co-developer of TapRooT®, Mark Paradies – he has grown up in the business and is excited about the next generation of TapRooT®.
Alex brings with him over six years of experience at The Timken Company where he skillfully managed over 100 workers in a competitive job shop environment. His background also includes experience as an Industrial Engineering Manager, Sr Lean Engineer, a reliability intern at Novelis, and an undergraduate researcher. He has a B.S. in Material Science & Engineering, as well as a minor in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee. His sights are set “firmly on safety – bringing continuous improvement to manufacturing, logistics, operations, and quality.”