October 16, 2013 | Barb Carr

Human Performance Tools & Organizational Factors

The more one practices a behavior, the higher the probability that the behavior becomes habit. That’s why it’s important to provide a workplace environment with the right tools available to increase the ability to develop great habits. Are you using the right tools at your facility? And what’s wrong with typical human performance tools?

Mark9-tm.jpgMark Paradies, President of System Improvements and co-creator of the TapRooT® System, will guide you through these questions and help you find the most effective tools in the “Human Error Reduction Best Practices” session at the 2014 Global TapRooT® Summit. This session is scheduled for Thursday, April 10 at 1:00 p.m. Learn what’s wrong with typical human performance tools.



Frank.VFrank Verschueren will also be returning to the 2014 TapRooT® Summit to share how TapRooT® covers organizational factors during this session. Frank is the Inspector for Labour and Process Safety for Major Hazards Industries under the (European) Seveso Regulation in Belgium.


Make plans to join us as we share best practices in Human Error Reduction & Behavior Change at the Global TapRooT® Summit, Horseshoe Bay, Texas, April 7 – 11, 2014. Check out more best practices planned on our schedule page.

REGISTER NOW: https://www.taproot.com/taproot-summit/register-for-summit.

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