December 10, 2019 | Susan Napier-Sewell

Is Human Error a Root Cause? Mark Paradies & Benna Hughes Discuss Human Error

What do you think? Is human error a root cause?

Mark and Benna settle the question, “Is human error a root cause?” in the first minute of this video.

And HERE is a LINK to the original article.

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Why should you attend the course?

  • Do you want to achieve excellent human performance?
  • Would you like to understand the methods you can apply to effectively stop major accidents and incidents by “stopping” human error?
  • Do you need to understand what the most effective human performance improvement techniques are and which ones are counterproductive (yes, some techniques really don’t work)?

If any of these questions received a “Yes!” for an answer, you should attend this course!

Mark Paradies, human factors expert and Board Certified Ergonomist (certificate #85) and Alex Paradies, experienced TapRooT® Instructor and Lean Transformation leader, will help you understand:

  • The causes of human error
  • Human factors design best practices
  • Methods to find error-likely situations
  • CHAP
  • Human Performance Improvement Technology
  • Designing your human performance improvement program.

You will leave this course with a clear understanding of methods to improve human performance and a plan to apply those methods at your company to achieve great gains in safety, quality, or operational and maintenance performance (all of which depend on human performance).

As part of the course materials, participants will receive the new TapRooT® book Stopping Human Error, a $99.95 value. In addition, participants will receive a certificate of completion and a 90-day subscription to TapRooT® VI Software, our dynamic cloud-based software that computerizes the Equifactor® and TapRooT® Techniques.

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