March 25, 2020 | Susan Napier-Sewell

Will Discipline and Criminalization Stop Accidents? Join Us for a TapRooT® TV Video Premiere

Will Discipline and Criminalization Stop Accidents?

• • • Join Benna Hughes and Marcus Miller for a TapRooT® TV Premiere


If you haven’t noticed the trend toward making accidents a crime, you aren’t paying attention. Read about the Harris County (Houston) DA, Kim Ogg, “sending a message” to polluters by bringing criminal charges against companies and individual executives after accidents. 

You’ll learn a lot from Benna and Marcus from their robust discussion about accidents, discipline, and criminalization. Benna and Marcus are TapRooT® professionals at System Improvements Inc.; Benna is an Implementation Strategist and Marcus is a Vice President. Marcus was a keynote speaker at the recent 2020 Global TapRooT® Summit, presenting Will Discipline and Criminalization Stop Accidents?

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Accidents, Human Performance, Root Cause Analysis
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