March 3, 2014 | Mark Paradies

Is Your Root Cause Analysis Adequate? Root Cause Network™ Newsletter, March 2014, Issue 120

How do you know if your root cause analysis is adequate? Read the article on page 3 of the March Root Cause Network™ Newsletter and find out! Download your copy of the newsletter by clicking on this link: Mar14NL120.pdf


.What else can you learn in this edition?

  • What’s Right and What’s Wrong with Human Performance Tools (Page 1)
  • Why Do Supervisors Produce Bad Investigations? (Page 2)
  • How Should You Target Your Investigations? (Page 2)
  • What’s Wrong with Your Trending? (Page 2)
  • Admiral Rickover’s Face-the-Facts Philosophy (Page 2)
  • Proactive Use of TapRooT® (Page 3)
  • Stop Slips, Trips, and Falls (Page 3)
  • Risk Management Best Practices (Page 3)
  • Upcoming TapRooT® Courses Around the World (Page 4)
  • What Can You Learn at the 2014 Global TapRooT® Summit? (Page 5, 6, & 7)

Plus there’s more! An article you really should read and act upon. See the article on Page 3: “Are you Missing an Important Meeting?

Why should you read that article among all the others? Here’s the first paragraph …

What if you missed a meeting and it caused someone to die. Or maybe you lost your job if you weren’t there? Or your company lost millions of dollars because you simply didn’t attend a three-day meeting. Would you make sure that you were there?

If those questions don’t grab your attention, what will?

Go to this link:


Print the March Root Cause Network™ Newsletter and read it from cover to cover!

You’ll be glad you did. (And you’ll find that there are several actions you will be compelled to take.)

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