May 20, 2024 | Susan Napier-Sewell

With Safety Week 2024 Past, What Are You Doing?

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Construction Safety Week 2024 was May 6-10; what are you doing in pursuit of an injury-free workplace?

Safety at your company is not just for or about Safety Week. Not by a long shot. It’s about your putting your workers’ well-being as priority #1.

And that’s part of why industry professionals around the world choose TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training for effective ways to find and fix the root causes of problems and to proactively prevent injuries using assessments and audits.

Safety Week or any other time — TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training is the best RCA for workers, professionals, management.

Save Lives – Prevent Injuries

Safety professionals around the world use TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis to prevent significant injuries and fatalities, and proactively prevent lost time injuries. When you are putting your workers first, you will actually save money in the long term by not having to go to court, not being charged for offenses or worse, by not paying huge sums to settle cases.

Challenges to keeping your people safe

  • Preventing fatalities and serious injuries.
  • Improving lost time injury statistics.
  • Helping employees see and fix root causes before an accident happens.
  • Effectively presenting accidents and incident investigations to management and getting approval for fixes.
  • Avoiding OSHA fines by improving regulatory performance.
  • Eliminating blame from incident investigations and encouraging employee participation in safety improvement efforts.
  • Changing the culture to encourage the right behaviors to improve safety.
  • Reducing workers’ comp claims costs.

The TapRooT® RCA Advantage: Achieve world-class performance by finding and fixing the real root causes of human performance and equipment problems.

The TapRooT® System has been proven to identify an incident’s root causes with a systematic process that avoids blame. Let TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis guide you to the fixable causes of human errors and equipment failures that cause safety incidents. Then, use the Corrective Action Helper® Guide to develop effective fixes.

Questions? Call us at 865.539.2139. Want to enroll your workers or management for training? We can also train you at your company site; make a request here.

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