July 21, 2020 | Susan Napier-Sewell

Human Error: Can It Be Stopped? Join Us for a TapRooT® TV Video Premiere

It’s a very important dynamic duo—the newest TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis book and training course, Stopping Human Error.

We would all love to know how to magically stop human error, wouldn’t we? System Improvements President Mark Paradies, author of the Stopping Human Error book, observes, “Try the proven human performance best practices in this TapRooT® book. They are based on human factors research, proven in the field. Can we stop all human errors? The answer is no. But you can stop important errors, make other errors less likely and easy to catch, and add defense in depth to stop major accidents.

“At the end of this book, you will have the knowledge you need to develop a custom program to improve human performance in your organization and stop many important human errors. What can this save your company? Billions. It can prevent fatalities, stop quality issues, improve equipment reliability, and reduce the chance of regulatory fines. That means this book is well worth your time to read.”

Enjoy and learn from this week’s TapRooT® TV video

For your convenience, we have posted below the newest TapRooT® TV video, featuring Mark Paradies and Benna Hughes discussing “Human Error: Can It Be Stopped?”

Tune in on Wednesdays for a great discussion with TapRooT® professionals at 2:00 pm on Facebook Live or YouTube. See the info below to learn more details about tuning in to TapRooT® TV or catching our latest podcast.

 

Stop the human errors that cause major accidents through proven techniques to improve quality, equipment reliability, regulatory performance, human reliability, schedule performance, production, and service, as well as cost reduction.

TapRooT® Instructor Alex Paradies will teach the Stopping Human Error course in Knoxville, Tennessee, on September 15-16, 2020. Paradies comments, “You will leave this course with a clear understanding of methods to improve human performance and a custom plan to apply those methods at your company to achieve great gains in safety, quality, or operational and maintenance performance {all of which depend on human performance}. With course exercises designed to try some of the techniques, this will be an active, quick-moving two-day course.”

After you enjoy the video premiere, learn more by reading the blog post about Mark Paradies’ Stopping Human Error book. Then, register to attend Alex’s course in Knoxville.

How to tune in to TapRooT® TV

We premiere new TapRooT® videos on Wednesdays, first on Facebook, and then at 1:00 pm EST on YouTube. For our weekly premiere, watch and chat live with other viewers as the upload is shown for the very first time. If you miss the live premiere, simply go to YouTube or Facebook Live to watch and learn.
NOTE: While you’re tuning in, be sure to:

  • Tap the “Follow” button on our videos so you will receive notifications
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  • Don’t forget to set your clock for a weekly reminder to join TapRooT® professionals for the Wednesday TapRooT® TV video premiere!

Did you know that you can listen to TapRooT® on the go via our Podcast channel?

Find the TapRooT® podcast channel on iTunes and Stitcher and more.

 

Take action to improve your safety culture and eliminate human errors

Worldwide, TapRooT® has a team of investigators and instructors with years of extensive training. They’re ready to offer training and assistance via public and on-site courses.

We also offer ongoing support to our clients through free newsletters and root cause tip videos, the root cause analysis blog, and our annual Global TapRooT® Summit We’re here to find solutions for you.

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