September General Meeting 🗓 🗺
From your program chair, James Persaud
My fellow members, I take it that you are enjoying the summer season. While you continue to enjoy it, please know that your ASQ Chicago section continues to plan an exciting and interesting program for the rest of the year. So, welcome back to our program.
We have a general meeting on September 14th 2016. Our presenter will expand on Failure Mode and Effects Analysis; FMEA. Our other speaker will enlighten us on implementing the Changes to the ISO 2015 Standard.
Thanks to all of you what attended our August meeting. We were at capacity. It is really encouraging to our ASQ members who put so much effort in arranging the meeting, topics, venue, registration, badges etc. when you do show up at the meetings. Our attendance continues to grow. Let’s continue this trend. Please bring along your boss – a coworker, a friend, a family member a neighbor. We all benefit from this.
Your Chicago section Leader members appreciate meeting you and hearing from you.
Looking forward to meeting you and your companion at the meeting.
Wednesday 14th September 2016
Registration starts at 5.30pm
DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago – Oak Brook
1909 Spring Road Oak Brook, IL 60523
- Citrus Chicken
- Grilled Chicken Breast w/ Citrus Butter Sauce
- Assorted Rolls with whipped butter
- Market Greens salad
- Mixed Greens, Shredded Carrots, Sliced Cucumber, Cherry Tomatoes, Red Onions, and choice of Dressing
- Steamed Broccoli
- Blended Wild Rice
- Chef’s Choice of Dessert
- Freshly Brewed Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, Specialty Teas, Lemonade or Iced tea
There will be giveaways and prizes. You will get an opportunity to give your feedback.
Your Chicago section board members are anxious to meet you, answer any questions and may even help you to become a volunteer. See you at the meeting.
Remember, anyone can attend the meeting at no charge. There is a charge to have dinner. Come on out, bring someone along.
Vice Chair Program
Laura Clymore Ellman
Laura has worked in quality in manufacturing, product design, process scale-up and compliance for nearly twenty years. She has had the pleasure of working in a wide variety of technologies such as high speed coating, paper conversion, injection molding, high speed stamping, plating, printed circuits, 3D printing, measurement technologies, and assembly. With a masters in statistics and just enough curiosity, Laura has learned just enough to be … ?
Title of Talk:
For Me, Effective Application of FMEAs
Laura has done FMEAs for quite a few years and would like to share some insights into making them more useful and less painful.
- Quick overview of FMEAs
- Usage Flowchart
- Risk in Compliance Areas
- Tips from around the www world
Dan is President of DB Performance Solutions, LLC and a Lead Auditor for Eagle Certification Group. Dan has been a quality professional for over thirty (30) years in a variety of industries, including chemicals, pharmaceuticals, medical device, nuclear, sales incentives and machinery rebuilding and repair industries. He has held a variety of positions, from Laboratory Technician to Operations Manager. Dan holds a Bachelor of Science in biology from Aurora University and a certificate in Quality Management in Manufacturing from DePaul University. Dan has been a member of the American Society for Quality since 1987 and has been an ASQ Certified Quality Auditor since 1989. He has worked with ISO 9001 since 1989.
ISO 9001:2015 – Strategies for Effective Implementation
The ISO series of standards are built on a continuous improvement model, therefore they must be reviewed periodically for suitability and effectiveness. The latest revision to ISO 9001 has been released. This presentation explores these changes and their impacts on your organization with a focus on implementation strategies. Strategies to be discussed include companies with multiple certifications where the requirements are no longer harmonized.
Because this workshop will focus only on the changes to the standard, it is advised that attendees have a basic understanding of the ISO 9001:2008 standard prior to attending.
Registration is Closed