February 1, 2023 | Ken Reed

Get Onboard the Safety Improvement Track!

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Global TapRooT® Summit

With the TapRooT® Summit just a few months away, it is NOW time to get yourself registered for the chance to improve your improvement programs.

All companies are experiencing unique challenges. Or are they? Are they really “unique”? Many companies think they are special (of course we all are!), and that the problems they face are very specific to their particular situation. We obviously work in different industries, with different hazards, workforce make-up, environmental conditions, company cultures, and regulatory environments. Therefore, our individual problems (and solutions) MUST be unique!

And yet, when we all get together and listen to the issues experienced by other companies, they are very similar to our own problems. We aren’t really that different from everyone else. We all have people working at our companies, and people are very similar, no matter where they are.

And this is a good thing! That means that the solutions put in place by other companies, for similar problems, should also work for you. Now, all we have to do is get these great ideas from our peers.

Look no further than the Safety Improvement Track at the Global TapRooT® Summit. There, you’ll find industry leaders giving you their guidance and expertise on the same problems you’re currently working on. No need to reinvent the wheel. Somebody has probably already done it for you. For example, we’re going to have a great round-table discussion with Grant Ireland from Suncor and Cory Wald from Nutrien on “Getting Off the Plateau – Taking Safety Improvement to the Next Level.” How do you get past that “wall” of the current level of our continuous improvement programs? Our discussion will give you the opportunity to get input from two world-class companies.

The Safety Improvement Track is filled with these types of sessions. Don’t miss out on the chance to improve your improvement programs. Sign up for the Global TapRooT® Summit right now!

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