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Anheuser-Busch (A-B) Newark Plant Tour and Dinner – May 1st, 2014

The event will include:

  • Cocktail ½ Hour
  • PowerPoint Presentation from Anheuser-Busch
  • Plant Tour
  • Dinner (2 hours)
  • Workshop on Beer and Food Pairings
  • Alcoholic beverages and Soft Drinks will be offered

Seating is limited to 50, so get your reservation in EARLY

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2014 Lean Six-Sigma SIG / Ott Quality Conference meeting at NJIT

Join us for dinner and a dynamic presentation on Lean Six-sigma on March 27th, 2014 at NJIT.

  1. An Introduction to Lean Six Sigma with Engineering and Service System Examples (by Vincent Miller and Paul Ranky) about 40 min plus Q/A. Key Concepts (by Paul Ranky). Define value, VSM (Value Stream Mapping), continuous flow, pull, perfection, the difference between lean and 6 sigma (by Vincent Miller). Engineering examples and application areas with huge potentials for LSS (by Paul Ranky); Business and Service system examples and application areas with huge potentials for LSS (by
    Vincent Miller)
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Section Meeting – Informal Networking & Round Table Discussion about Quality

Join us on November 21st for the general section meeting which will be an informal networking & round table discussion about quality.

  • What’s working? What’s not working?
  • What’s needed?
  • What’s new? What’s old?
  • What’s obsolete?

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General Section Meeting – Lessons Learned/Survivor Stories – June 13th, 2013

The Presentation will include:

  • A fun and informative presentation given by Bill Latzko, a Master of Quality (Title given to Bill by Dr. W. Edwards Deming), and Dave Sherman, a 25+ year veteran of Food/Beverage, Environmental, & Clinical Laboratories.
  • The Presentation is subtitled, “A View from the Foxhole”. We will discuss specific issues that occurred while we were “Guarding against a Non-Quality Invasion.”
  • Topics Discussed will include:
    • A CBS Columbia Records Promotion that required $1,755,000 worth of radios purchased in Hong Kong in 1968.
    • A Brilliant way to try to beat a “Drug Test” for Marijuana.
    • The Artificial Adulteration of “Natural” Essential Oils.

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March Section Meeting – Joint meeting with NJIT Student Section

photo: NJIT Campus
NJIT Campus Building
The section’s March meeting will be a joint meeting with the NJIT Student Section on March 4, 2013. The program will consist of diner followed by the following short presentations:

  • Welcome by Austin Lin, ASQ Section 300 Chair and 2013 Feigenbaum Medal recepient along with Dr Paul G Ranky, NJIT Professor, ASQ Member (15 mins plus Q/A)
  • Andrew Campbell and Heiko Sieling, Eastern Millwork, Inc., NJ: High Quality, Complex Woodworking Project Challenges and Solutions (30 mins plus Q/A)
  • Yijun Zheng and Paul G Ranky: Towards an Integrated Lean Six-sigma Statistical Methodology and Toolset For Digital Enterprise Improvement (30 mins plus Q/A)
  • Gregory N. Ranky: Sustainability and Energy Independence for the Future: Alternative Nuclear Fusion Approaches (30 mins plus Q/A)
  • Paul G Ranky: Continuous Quality Improvement Opportunities and Challenges for Small, Large and Megacities: a Multimedia Journey Around the World (30 mins plus Q/A)

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Major Differences between ISO 9001 and ISM Code

By Charles Nixon
The ISM Code is the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention. It provides an international standard that all maritime companies must adhere to for the safe management and operation of their ships.

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) mandates the application of the ISM Code to all vessels and is mandatory for vessels of 500 gross tonnages and upward including mobile offshore drilling units. Continue reading Major Differences between ISO 9001 and ISM Code