Learn to Investigate Precursor Incidents & Major Accidents: TapRooT® 5-Day Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training, Niagara Falls
In 5 days, you’ll have skills that change the way you think and work
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Sign up today for the TapRooT® 5-Day Advanced Root Cause Analysis Training Course in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, September 16 – 20, 2019.
TapRooT®’s 5-Day Advanced Training is for people who investigate precursor incidents and even major incidents (serious injuries, fatalities, major facility upsets, fires and explosions, or significant environmental releases). The course covers the essential TapRooT® Techniques (SnapCharT®, Safeguards Analysis, the Root Cause Tree®, and the Corrective Action Helper®), and the optional tools (Change Analysis, CHAP, and Equifactor®) that are used in complex investigation. In addition, the 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 can immediately apply when they get back to work.
You’ll meet us at Marriott On the Falls in September and learn to solve problems through the TapRooT® System. A TapRooT® course will retrain the way you think and is a professional game changer. You’ll be amazed at how much you learn that you can immediately apply!
You will likely want to explore Niagara Falls so we’ve included highlights of your host city. Discover more to explore on the TapRooT® Niagara Falls Pinterest board.
Experience Niagara Falls
Three waterfalls bridge the international border between Canada’s Ontario province and New York state, forming the southern end of the Niagara Gorge. This is the roar of nature, adventure at its fullest.
Keep the thrills going on another wet visit as you descend an elevator to go through a narrow tunnel—Journey Behind the Falls.
Get close up via a boardwalk. White Water Walk, along the Great Gorge, showcases Class 6 whirlpool rapids in the raging river.
Insider tip: Prepare to get wet (and pack accordingly) for any of the boat adventures!
Want a bird’s-eye view of the falls? Go to the top of Skylon Tower, 775 feet above the falls. There are two fine dining restaurants at the top, a 3D movie theatre, and a Family Fun Centre.
Niagara Adventure Theater is a 45-minute production about settlers, explorers, and the story behind the thundering falls—all within feet of American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and the Horseshoe Falls.
Drive over the Rainbow Bridge, an arch bridge across the Niagara River gorge.
DID YOU KNOW: The Niagara River, along with the Great Lakes Basin, is a legacy of the last Ice Age. 18,000 years ago?
Cycling is a blast here. Take the route along the 56 km path, Niagara River Recreation Trail, connecting Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake. The route may be started anywhere in the park.
Visit Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservancy for a walk through a rainforest setting, viewing over 2000 butterflies.
Did you know: The Niagara River supplies the water for the falls,
and its dissolved minerals and limestone create the green color you see?
Niagara Falls Eateries
BlueLine Diner, 4424 Montrose Ave.: Huge, delicious pancakes, perfect bacon, wonderful coffee, and more. Bonus: Browse the hockey store attached to this diner.
Flying Saucer, 6768 Lundy’s Ln.: Up late? Flying Saucer is open until 4 am! Indulge in eggs, fries, toast, and more.
Koutouki, 5745 Ferry St.: Chicken souvlaki, moussaka, lemon potatoes—great Greek fare.
Fun Fact: Niagara Falls State Park is the oldest state park in the nation.
Piccadilly Restaurant, 5501 Ferry St.: Traditional English pub fare and the owners are from the UK. Great fish and chips and chicken curry.
Weinkeller, 5633 Victoria St.: With fare such as house-made wine and fried goat cheese, Weinkiller is upscale and farm-to-table.
Frijoles Fresh Mex Burritos, 3465 Portage Way: Open until 8 pm, this burrito establishment makes everything in house, including all the sauces. Customize your order any way you like. Vegan and vegetarian options.
Tide & Vine, 3491 Portage Rd. or 1523 Niagara Stone Rd.: The freshest oysters and great seafood. Serves local beer and wine.
PhoXyclo, 6175 Dunn St.: You can get a great steaming bowl of pho here, with a sweetness to the broth.
Queen Charlotte Tea Room, 5689 Main St.: The desserts are made from scratch, and tea is always ready. You can also feast on bangers & mash, mushy peas, and fish & chips.
AG, 5195 Magdalen Ave., Named for silver on the periodic table, this farm-to-table experience is sophisticated, made with fresh ingredients harvested from the AG farm.
Good to know: U.S. driver’s licenses are valid in Canada, but if you’re visiting from other countries, you’ll need an international driver’s license. A seatbelt must be worn at all times, for both drivers AND passengers. Handheld electronic devices are banned while driving.
The TapRooT® System trains you to solve problems
TapRooT® has a team of investigators and instructors with years of extensive training ready to offer assistance worldwide. 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.
Register Today for a TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training Course
TapRooT® courses fill up fast. Reserve your spot now by registering for the TapRooT® 5-Day Advanced Root Cause Analysis Training Course in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, September 16 – 20, 2019.
If you would like for us to teach a course at your workplace, please reach out here to discuss what we can do for you, or call us at 865.539.2139. Need other times or locations? See our full selection of courses.