Beyond Behavior-Based Safety - Tim Autrey to Present at National VPPPA Conference

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Tim Autrey, the Founder/CEO of the Practicing Perfection Insitute, Inc. will be presenting portions of the Institute's latest Special Report, "Beyond Behavior Based Safety: Initiating the Next Cultural Revolution in Process and Personnel Safety," on Tuesday, August 28 in Washington, DC.

The Founder/CEO of the Practicing Perfection Insitute, Inc. will be presenting portions of the Institute's latest Special Report, "Beyond Behavior Based Safety: Initiating the Next Cultural Revolution in Process and Personnel Safety," on Tuesday, August 28 in Washington, DC.

Specifically, Mr. Autrey will be providing conference attendees with an opportunity to grab onto lessons learned over the past 20 years in the US commercial nuclear power industry (an industry whose personnel injury rates are currently one-fourth of the Bureau of Labor Statistics' national average).

"The US commercial nuclear power industry has been an excellent student of both process and human performance improvement," offers Autrey. "We've taken the best of the lessons learned within that industry, the 'nuclear secrets' of performance improvement, and are making them available to all industries."

Mr. Autrey's presentation will take place on Tuesday, August 28, from 8:30AM to 9:30AM.

The Institute's latest Special Report, "Beyond Behavior Based Safety: Initiating the Next Cultural Revolution in Process and Personnel Safety," will be published on September 15, 2007. The Report will be available for free download. A copy can be reserved by clicking on the linked title of the Report.

About the Practicing Perfection Institute:

The Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc. was founded in 2005 with a profound vision: Error-free, world-wide- one life at a time. It is pursuing this vision by providing education, resources, and consulting services relative to the reduction and elimination of human error. With a mission to save lives, keep people from getting hurt, prevent catastrophe, and enhance organizational efficiency, the Institute is rapidly becoming a central community for error reduction professionals worldwide.

Contact:
Suzette Pare'
Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc.
877-832-9492
http://www.PracticingPerfectionInstitute.com

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