Trainer: James August, CMQ/OE, CQA. Quality Assurance Manager, CCL Industries Inc. James August is a quality professional with thirty years experience in commercial, industrial and military/aerospace manufacturing. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering from SUNY Stony Brook, a Masters in Materials Science from the same university and he completed postgraduate studies at the Colorado School of Mines. Currently, he is the Quality Assurance Manager for CCL Label Inc. in Robbinsville, NJ, where he is working on integrating ISO 9001, GMPs and Lean Manufacturing into a single business management system.
Continue reading Deriving Benefit from ISO 9001:2015 Workshop for QMS users – September 24th, 2015
Take a journey in excellence listening and learning about the latest in Quality with topics including Leadership, Malcolm Baldrige, ISO 9000:2015, FDA Inspections and Healthcare.
November 6, 2015 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Crowne Plaza Hotel
6121 North IH 35 Austin, Texas
Register Here (early registration ending August 31st)
Due to the fact that ISO 9000 is the normative reference for ISO 9001:2015 and that there have been important additions and changes to terms in the standard, the US TAG (Technical Advisory Group) to ISO/TC176 has determined that it would be appropriate to share this information with the ASQ membership through one of its most effective communication venues: the sections. As the premier forum for quality matters the ASQ sections are well poised to bring information to their members from a reliable source (ASQ Quality Management Division’s Technical Committee on Standards and Compliance).
Continue reading October Section Meeting – Update on ISO 9000
The November 2014 section meeting will focus on the changes in the upcoming ISO 9001:2015 edition of the international quality management standard, exploring some of the new requirements, and the new challenges that will be faced by users, along with “survival strategies” for navigating the future.
Continue reading ISO 9001: 2015 – What to expect and how to survive the new revision
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