October 25, 2011 | Barb Carr

Identifying & Fixing Potential Fatality Risks

Join us at the 2012 Global TapRooT® Summit and learn how to identify and fix potential fatality risks in the best practice session, “Proactive Prevention of Injuries & Accidents Due to Human Error.”  Ron Pryor will discuss proactive approaches for identifying and eliminating or remediating potential fatality risks related to human error. Time will be alloted for questions.  This session is part of the “Human Performance & Behavior Change” track, but no matter what track you choose you can easily add this session to your schedule (learn how).

Ron Pryor

Ron is the owner of Pryor Experience LLC, a safety and performance improvement consulting business helping clients around the world achieve breakthrough improvements in safety and health, quality, productivity, reliability, and profitability. Ron previously worked as a Senior Staff Safety Engineer and Human Performance Coordinator at Alcoa’s Davenport Works aluminum rolling mill in Bettendorf, Iowa. Ron’s 30 year Alcoa career included assignments in Operating Line Management, Production Planning and Supply Chain, and 20 years in Health and Safety. In addition to working with the full spectrum of traditional industrial safety programs and initiatives, Ron led the integration of human performance concepts, including root cause analysis, across all organizational functions. Ron is a Certified Safety Professional, a Certified TapRoot Instructor, and a member of ASSE. Ron attended Wittenberg University (BA Business Adminstration) and West Virginia University (MS Safety Management). After spending a significant portion of the past 25 years coaching and officiating youth soccer, volleyball, and basketball, Ron is enjoying bicycling and boating in his spare time.

Create your custom schedule for the 2012 Global TapRooT® Summit, February 29 – March 2, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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