This course will be of interest to all Quality professionals. The material covers the use and application of Basic statistical tools and techniques. The course will introduce basic data collection and sampling methods, control charts, graphical methods, and practical application areas in statistical quality control.
Learn to significantly reduce the recurrence of quality, safety or environmental problems. Upon completion of this workshop, one will be able to understand selected root cause analysis and corrective action terminology; understand and perform or facilitate root cause analysis using a variety of techniques – e.g., Change Analysis, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, Hazard-Barrier-Effects Analysis, Time-line Analysis, Cause and Effects Analysis. Continue reading Root Cause Analysis Workshop – April 18th→
Brookhaven National Laboratory is a nonprofit research and development institution whose purpose is to advance ideas and knowledge through a multidisciplinary program of basic and applied research. The Laboratory is implementing a Deployed Quality Services model with the goal of improving the Quality Assurance capability in the Environment, Safety & Health Directorate. The Quality Management Office has a full time opportunity for the position of Quality Engineer. Continue reading Quality Engineer needed at Brookhaven National Laboratory→
Congratulations to the current NY/NJ Metropolitan Section Chair. ASQ has announced Austin as ASQ’s 2013 Feigenbaum Medal recipient!
In part the citation reads:
“For the interdisciplinary collaborative application of quality methods, both within and beyond the quality profession’s traditional scope, with an emphasis on career development and nurturing the growth of professions’ future leaders.”
The presentation of the medal will take place on Sunday afternoon, May 5th prior to ASQ’s annual business meeting which will take place as part of ASQ’s World Conference on Quality and Improvement to be held at the Indianapolis Convention Center in Indianapolis IN May 6 – 8, 2013.
“The Feigenbaum Medal is presented to the individual who is 35 years of age or younger, who has displayed outstanding characteristics of leadership, professionalism, and potential in the field of quality and also whose work has been or, will become of distinct benefit to mankind.”