Human Error Reduction on Steroids: PPC Certification is Now Available

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The Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc. announces the first wave of PPC Certifications for professionals involved in the reduction of human error. This First Wave opportunity, to be conducted during the week of June 3, 2007, will certify participants to facilitate the process of Practicing Perfection®. This process, destined to become the next 'excellence', offers the quickest and most sustainable system of error reducing strategies and tools on the planet.

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and put them into the quickest most sustainable error reducing system of tools and strategies available on the planet. Practicing Perfection® is like human error reduction on steroids!

The Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc. today announced the First Wave of PPC Certifications to be awarded to professionals involved in the reduction of human error.

"This is the first opportunity," stated Tim Autrey, Founder/CEO of the Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc., "for professionals working toward the improvement of human performance to achieve a professional designation that will attest to their commitment, their level of knowledge, and their expertise."

Those achieving PPC Certification will be recognized as leaders in this discipline- the discipline of human performance improvement / human error reduction.

"Human error," continued Autrey, "remains the primary cause for untold deaths and suffering due to medical error, catastrophic accidents in commercial transportation, environmental disasters, deaths and injuries, security breaches, and substantial waste and rework in virtually all organizations. The time has come to put a stop to needless and senseless mistakes. That's what PPC Certification is all about."

The "PPC" designation (Practicing Perfection Certified) will be awarded to those professionals who complete a course of study and demonstrate an appropriate level of passion, skill and ability at facilitating rollout of the strategies and tools known as Practicing Perfection®.

Many of these strategies and tools have been directly responsible for the tremendous success within the US commercial nuclear power industry over the past ten years, where a reduction in human error has resulted in a 300% reduction in the annual industry average of significant events, a 12% rise in capacity factor and a 30% lowering of production costs.

"We've taken the lessons learned over the past fifteen years," continues Autrey, "and put them into the quickest most sustainable error reducing system of tools and strategies available on the planet. Practicing Perfection® is like human error reduction on steroids!"

"Since the implementation of Practicing Perfection® in System Operations," states Jerry Willms, System Operations Superintendent, Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA), "I am happy to announce human errors in Transmission Switching have virtually come to a stop. To date, we have had absolutely no human errors attributing to a loss of customer load."

Until now, the system known as Practicing Perfection® has only been available for implementation through the Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc. "What we're doing," offers Tim Autrey, "is…we're teaching people how to fish. These strategies and tools have proven to be so effective that we want all organizations, large and small, to have access to them as quickly and cost effectively as possible."

The PPC Certification process offers candidates the opportunity to develop a level of insight and expertise in the field of human error reduction that would otherwise take years of study and trial-and-error experience to learn. During the hands-on program, Tim Autrey will be offering each participant the full benefit of his 20+ years of in-the-trenches experience at reducing human error.

The formal portion of this First Wave of PPC Certification will take place during the week of June 3, 2007 at the Interlaken Resort and Conference Center in Lakeville, CT. To provide an abundance of one-on-one interface, attendance in the program is limited. As of this release, there are only 36 seats remaining. For more information and eligibility requirements, click here: PPC Certification Opportunity

Suzette Pare'


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