Three practical strategies for managing preventable errors in the workplace

Preventable errors on electric utility worksites can end lives, ruin careers and capsize reputations overnight. Some companies manage workplace errors far more effectively than others. What works? What doesn’t? Which methods should you use? Join us to learn the fundamentals of three core error management strategies used by pilots, surgeons, paratroopers, wildland firefighters, and other high reliability teams including those throughout the electric utility industry.

In this webinar, Dr. Jake Mazulewicz, owner and principal of JMA Human Error Solutions, discusses how you and your team can avoid human error by improving processes.

Original session held on September 20, 2018

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