Nobody wants to make a mistake...
Have you ever thought to yourself, “Why did I do that?"
There are "traps" of human nature that lead us to do the stupid things we do. You can avoid many mistakes by learning how to identify and deal with those traps.
ERROR PREVENTION = QUALITY & SAFETY
EPI’s Error Prevention training is a logical complement to strategic initiatives like Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma and other performance, quality and safety programs because it serves as a catalyst to enhance the results of those initiatives.
Our customers tell us that the training is easy to understand, and much easier to implement than other more complex programs.
WHY IMPLEMENT AN ERROR
From its beginnings in 1990, EPI has gone beyond simply providing training, to helping organizations develop a culture of error prevention that continues to reduce errors and increase effectiveness and profitability year after year.
Over 50,000 trained across 100's of industries
"Error Prevention Training increased our efficiency through elimination of costly mistakes, and an increase in overall effectiveness leading to increased profitability."
"The name of the course does not do this training justice. This is the best training I've had in 21 years."
"Long overdue. Where was this training 10 years ago?"
"Hopefully, this will be adopted as an industry standard."
"The bottom line...This training will save lives!"
"This is one of the few tools that management has handed down that works!" Quality Manager
The Error Prevention Institute Offers
Practical Training Courses that help
Reduce Errors and Increase Effectiveness
In our modern, fast paced world, it can be hard to focus on a book or get everyone together for a seminar.
EPI’s carefully designed E-learning courses allow you to learn at your own pace and on your own schedule, while keeping you engaged in the learning process to ensure immediate application and maximum retention.
The Results Speak for Themselves...
Because the Traps and Tools of Error Prevention are so easy to learn and use, EPI clients typically experience an immediate and substantial reduction (often up to 85%) in mistakes, incidents and accidents. They also report an increase in individual and team effectiveness.
When employees and management see these results, they are motivated to be even more consistent in maintaining and enhancing an error prevention culture throughout the organization. This leads to continuing long term reductions in mistakes, and overall improvements in effectiveness.