February's Webinar: A History Of ISO 9001:2015 Audit Findings - What One Auditor Has Learned About Himself!

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Join the Audit Division for our February webinar: A History of ISO 9001:2015 Audit Findings on Wednesday, February 24th from 1 -2pm EST (NY Time Zone).

Webinar Details
This webinar describes what a single Quality Support Group senior consultant who provides internal audit services has found since the implementation of ISO 9001:2015. A review of 23 audits covering 13 clients will be discussed. These clients have scopes that range from design, manufacturing and service. Non-conformities by clause will be presented as well as trending over time.

The intended audiences are quality system auditors and process owners.

Webinar Objectives
  • What clauses had the most non-conformities as well as opportunities for improvement and why?
  • What we thought would be an issue in 2015 but never had any impact?
  • Did organizations’ QMS’s mature over time?
  • What does this data reveal about audits?
About the Presenter
Bob Deysher
Senior Consultant, Quality Systems, Risk, Auditing
Quality Support Group, Inc.

Bob has over 40 years of manufacturing experience in the semiconductor industry. He has held senior management positions in industrial engineering, process engineering, package assembly, manufacturing, quality, and reliability. He has also worked as a senior staff member and consulting engineer in quality and reliability in between managerial assignments.

He also has significant experience in process development and certification, process transfer, new product introduction, quality system design and assessment, process change control, non-conforming material, yield analysis, statistical process control, and failure analysis in a multi-factory environment.


Presentation and Recording
To find the presentation and recording, please visit Files/Webinars (2021) or go to https://my.asq.org/communities/files/folder/173/530
News Audit Division 02/15/2021 4:59pm CST

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