Each breakout session is filled with solutions for the most pressing issues faced in today's workplace, including improving incident investigations, preventing major accidents, reducing human error and saving resources through proactive efforts.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (PRWEB) March 18, 2015
Global TapRooT® Summit week, June 1-5, 2015, Las Vegas, NV includes everything essential for a professional conference for those interested in advanced root cause analysis techniques for workplace safety. Five Keynote speakers, 50+ customizable breakout sessions, and networking with peers and experts provide a unique experience for attendees to create an improvement plan to take back to their facilities.
A special guest Keynote speaker this year is Captain Richard Phillips, author of "A Captain’s Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy SEALs, and Dangerous Days at Sea." Each breakout session is filled with solutions for the most pressing issues faced in today's workplace, including improving incident investigations, preventing major accidents, reducing human error and saving resources through proactive efforts. Prior to the 3-day Summit are 15 exclusive Pre-Summit Courses covering topics in-depth, like root cause analysis for sentinel events and healthcare quality improvement, interviewing and investigation basics, and combating fatigue,
Las Vegas, Nevada is known as the Entertainment Capital of the World, and also as the 2015 location for the Global TapRooT® Summit. All the lights, excitement and attractions bring people from all over the globe and there’s no wonder why. The Flamingo Hotel, centrally located on the strip and the LINQ Promenade, was handpicked for the 2015 Summit venue to ensure a one-of-a-kind conference.
View the Summit week’s schedule, a list of the speakers, and the new 2015 brochure on the Summit website. Those interested in making this a training opportunity for the whole team get a special multi-attendee discount.
About System Improvements, Inc. / TapRooT®:
System Improvements has 40+ highly skilled instructors/investigators/facilitators who teach public and onsite TapRooT® Courses globally and provide on-site consulting. Companies around the world have used the TapRooT® system to help people investigate accidents, incidents, quality problems, equipment failures, schedule delays, cost overruns, hospital sentinel events, and many other types of problems. TapRooT® is also used to improve the effectiveness of audits, observations, and self-assessments in proactive improvement efforts. More information about the company is available at http://www.taproot.com.