Safety Improvement Track

Ken Reed
 

The Safety Improvement Track is for those who want fresh ideas and better results from their safety programs. We’ll be hearing Success Stories from TapRooT® Users including how they’ve pushed past the “safety plateau” to reach new, improved levels of safety performance. We will also share knowledge of:

  • how to achieve high reliability,
  • how to improve investigations and RCA,
  • how fatigue affects safety and human performance, and
  • process safety programs fail.

You will also develop a plan to improve your safety program when you return to work from the Summit.

So, if you would like to improve your safety programs to get world-class results, this is your track! Connect with the track leader, Ken Reed, on LinkedIn to learn more about this track.

Best Practice Sessions

Session 1
Air Canada Maintenance: Using TapRooT® to Drive Culture Change | Tony Lowery & Mike Fitzmorris

Session 2
When Process Safety Fails | Ken Bloch

Session 3
Getting Off the Plateau, Taking Safety Improvement to the Next Level | Grant Ireland & Cory Wald, Facilitator – Ken Reed, (Panel Discussion)

Session 4
Sharing Investigations & RCA Best Practices | Tim Diggs

Session 5
The Effect of Fatigue and How You Can Detect It | Dr. Erin Evans-Flynn

Session 6
TapRooT® Users’ Success Stories | Jason Dalen & Vincent Vincek, Facilitator – Ken Reed

Session 7
Roadmap to Success | Rick Hulse

Session 8
How to Use TapRooT® for Minor and Major Accidents & Proactive Improvement | Marcus Miller

Session 9
How Admiral Rickover Built the First High-Reliability Organization | Mark Paradies

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