June 5, 2022 | Susan Napier-Sewell

Learn How to Prevent Incidents & Save Lives with TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis in Dallas, Texas, with Alex Paradies

Alex Paradies

In the 5-Day TapRooT® Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training in Texas with Instructor Alex Paradies, you will learn how to conduct an investigation, develop effective Corrective Actions, and much, much more.

During the 5-Day TapRooT® Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training in Dallas, Texas, with amazing TapRooT® Instructor Alex Paradies, you will learn to investigate precursor incidents and major incidents (serious injuries, fatalities, major facility upsets, fires and explosions, or significant environmental releases).

The course with Alex Paradies covers the essential TapRooT® Techniques (SnapCharT®, Safeguards Analysis, the Root Cause Tree®, and the Corrective Action Helper®), and additionally the tools (Change Analysis, CHAP, and Equifactor®) that are used in a complex investigation.

Also, the 5-day advanced course covers advanced interviewing and information collection techniques and techniques to improve human performance. There are frequent exercises using the TapRooT® Software so that attendees leave with significant practice of the skills they will apply when they get back to work.

Learn how to prevent incidents and save lives with Alex Paradies in the 5-Day Advanced TapRooT® Team Leader RCA Course in Dallas, Texas, August 8-12, 2022. 

Register today for the 5-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training Course, August 8-12, 2022, in Dallas, Texas:

5-Day Advanced TapRooT® Team Leader Root Cause Analysis Training Course

Experience Texas, Dallas-style


You’re going to want to explore Dallas, Texas, so below we’ve included highlights of your gracious host city. Dallas has a down-home, friendly atmosphere, cool music, a memorable skyline, and a robust nightlife. Take a walk in the city’s urban green spaces and explore endless outdoor and recreational activities. To get here, you can fly into DFW or Love Airport, headquarters of Southwest. Discover more to explore from our Dallas Pinterest board and begin planning your TapRooT® trip to Texas today!

A great introduction to Dallas is to take a free trolley ride through downtown to see the area and check out restaurants and points of interest you might want to pursue. Hop on and off as you wish. You may want to use the DART bus or rail system, depending on where you want to go.

Catch views from the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower, 470 feet above the ground, a great overlook of Trinity River. Another place to view the landscape and Trinity River is from Continental Avenue Pedestrian Bridge. For optimum photo ops, snap the skyline from steel-arched Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.


See the sights, read, and enjoy Klyde Warren Park, a $110 million oasis with free Wi-Fi. Bonus: With food trucks and restaurants, the park is open from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm. Across the street is the Dallas Museum of Art, where general admission is free.

Did you know? Dallas is home to the country’s largest hardwood forest, the Great Trinity Forest

Get a walk in at White Rock Lake Park along a scenic, nine-mile trail for walkers, cyclists, or runners.

Dallas’ NorthPark Center is prime real estate for shopping—from Versace and Gucci to H&M and Nordstrom. Plus, you can see artworks painted by Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, and Jonathon Borofsky.

Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park: Learn about Dallas’ history in this park full of 19th-century Victorian and pioneer homes.

Check out what’s happening at the American Airlines Center. You may find a concert or a Dallas Mavericks or Stars game.

Perot Museum: Soak up natural history and science through interactive exhibits.

Dallas eateries

Sip Stir Cafe: Artisan coffee and espresso in a quiet place. Laptops welcome.

Bread Winners Cafe: Delicious food, such as chicken and waffles. Bonus: Friday = happy hour!

Whatever food floats your boat, it’s likely at Trinity Groves in the downtown business district: American, Italian, Asian, Mexican, Mediterranean, barbecue, vegan, seafood, tapas. The district has its own restaurant hub. Among the highlights: Tapas CastileSouk Mediterranean Bistro & Bar, Saint Rocco’s New York Italian.

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