Presentation: Quality through Measurement with Ashok Kumar Jain, ASQ Fellow from India
Date: May 19th, 2015 6:00-8:30pm
Location: Songkran Thai, 330 8th Ave, NYC
GNYHA Foundation, a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) affiliate of the Greater NY Hospital Association, is seeking a quality improvement and workflow consultant to work with nursing facilities participating in the New York – Reducing Avoidable Hospitalizations (NY–RAH) project. The consultant will work on process improvement for the implementation and sustainability of the Medical Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment (MOLST) form and its electronic version, the eMOLST form. Continue reading Quality Improvement Consultant needed – GNYHA Foundation
Please note that reschedule date for “Teen STEM Day 2015” has been set for May 22, 2015 at Bergen Community College.
More Information will be posted when available.
Works under the Quality Assurance and Laboratory processes to provide quality assurance support to various projects at the Laboratory. The support may be in a variety of areas including:
• Providing quality support for procurements, from identifying the appropriate quality requirements for procuring items and services, participating as a consultant on teams evaluating proposals, providing quality oversight and support throughout the procurement effort, and reviewing supplier submittals for compliance,
• Participating in and/or leading audits, both of PPPL programs and of suppliers, including identifying the scope of the audit, the performance of the audit, generating the report, and monitoring any corrective actions.
• Performing analyses of data to identify trends and opportunities for improvement,
• Participating in root cause analyses,
• Reviewing processes and programs for improvement opportunities. The individual may be assigned ownership responsibilities for selected processes. Continue reading Quality Engineer position at Plasma Physics Lab, Princeton University
Please join us for our monthly section meeting with the ASQ NJIT Student Section featuring presentations on Lean Six-Sigma (LSS) NJIT.
1. Quality Project Management Challenges and Solutions (by Olga Kalaba)
This presentation focuses on how the different participants in the construction industry are related to each other, and what the basic documents are everyone is using. It will specifically explain design problems and solutions: contract drawings and specification discrepancies, addendum’s & RFI’s, discontinued products/outdated specifications, installers and manufacturers’ feedbacks. Execution problems and solutions: how to keep track of approved and disapproved submittals, the submittal log on a shared drive with hyperlinks (electronic submittals vs. paper submittals) and examples, approved submittals on the job site, how to keep track of approved systems; submittal library and an example. Closeout problems and solutions: attic stock in execution phase instead in closeout phase, manufacturers’ warranties duration, and closeout log examples.
2. Lean Six-sigma Quality Case Studies (by Meghana Thammareddy)
Total Quality is a description of the culture, attitude and organization of a company that strives to provide customers with products and services that satisfy their needs. Meghana will be discussing the Component Oriented Requirements Analysis (CORA) method and tool. She will show how the tool makes it easier to follow the steps needed to make or improve a product by showing what customers want while highlighing the proposed engineering solutions and performance compared to other competitors. She will also show how the tool also gives you the complete importance rating for each engineering solution, thereby simplifying a company’s assessment as to which engineering solutions to challenge first, second, third, and so on.
3. Visual Factory Management Case Studies (by Michelle Vollo)
In an effort to maximize productivity, and reduce waste, Visual Factory Management Case Studies offers valuable ideas and information on incorporating visual aids into any business. With an emphasis on organization in the workplace, the presentation covers reducing waste and reworking processes through visual factory signs, color coding, workstation layouts, and layered process diagrams.
4. Lean Six-sigma Zero Defect Simulation with a Tolerance Analysis Focus (by Paul G. Ranky)
This interactive R&D presentation and workshop focuses on the basic principles of LSS tolerance analysis with the aim of achieving zero defect. Participants face a real-world challenge in terms of establishing and measuring KPIs (Key Process Indicators) of physical devices, entering data into a statistical software tool and then analyzing and discussing the results.
Continue reading ASQ NJIT Student Section Lean Six-sigma (LSS) Presentations on April 15, 2015
Our client is Long Island based Electrical Contracting Service that dates back to 1969. They have grown rapidly in scope and size over the years, gaining an impressive track record and earning a ‘Blue Ribbon’ reputation among major league electrical contractors. Today they maintain corporate headquarters on Long Island as well as branch operating offices in Queens and New Jersey, ready to serve public or private clients with any nature of electrical contracting work and emergency repair service. They are seeking a certified Construction Quality Manager to manage the Quality Program for a new major project. This is a full time, permanent salaried position.
Continue reading Quality Manager – Construction (Long Island)
The Quality Engineer, Designated Complaint Handling Unit (DCU) will be responsible for the integrity of CAI complaint files and the complaint handling process, and will contribute to measurable improvements in complaint handling, product quality, and the customer experience. The DCU is responsible for all safety complaints, and confirmed product complaints. This role will work closely with a cross-functional team, including – R&D, Product Portfolio Management, Headquarter Support, Manufacturing, and Commercial Product Quality.
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The Metropolitan Section June 2015 Section Meeting will begin with networking among attendees, followed be a brief Section business meeting. The program will follow the business meeting and offer brief presentations by three attending Section members describing an instance or situation in their workplace where quality tools and/or practices were implemented to improve performance or to address a performance/organizational issue. Following each brief description of the performance/organizational situation and resolution (5 minutes), other Section members in attendance will be asked to provide comment and/or discussion on the situation presented (10 minutes).
The objective of this program is to: