The Fall Program For ASQ 1010 Ann Arbor; In Addition To The Joint / Kickoff Meeting On September 14...
I have speakers lined up for October, November, December 2021 and January 2022. Our venue (if we can meet in person) is TBD. The sessions are planned as Webex with an in person option. This is October / November Meeting:
|Monday October 4, 2021 – Speaker: Mark Morris; Owner, M&M Consulting
Is Your Measurement Ensemble In Tune?
Abstract: Mark will Provide Later
About Mark Morris: Mark A. Morris has more than 30 years of experience in tooling and manufacturing as a skilled machinist, toolmaker, college instructor, technical writer, and quality professional in roles from Quality Engineer to Director of Continuous Improvement. His expertise lies in dimensional issues, reliability, maintainability, and quality systems.
Credentials include undergraduate degrees focused on manufacturing engineering, industrial education, and metalworking; Master of Education degree from the College of Technology at Bowling Green State University; CQE, CRE, and CQA certifications from the American Society for Quality (ASQ); and Senior Level Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professional (GDTP) certification from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Morris has served as Chair for the Ann Arbor section of ASQ and as Education Chair on the Leadership Team of the Ann Arbor section of ASQ. For many years he has trained candidates to become ASQ Certified Quality Engineers. He is an ASQ Fellow and presently serves as a Deputy Regional Director for ASQ.
Logistics: Potential In Person? Location TBD.
Monday November 1, 2021 – Speaker: Dan Reid; Omnex Principle ConsultantConducting Effective Integrated Audits for IATF 16949, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001
Abstract: Customers across manufacturing sectors are requiring their suppliers to be certified to multiple ISO Standards to have confidence in their capability without having to rely on second party auditing. In this presentation, Dan Reid, who was the first delegation leader of the automotive industry International Automotive Task Force (IATF), will compare ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 Standards, then provide keys for conducting effective and efficient management system audits, based on his decades of audit experience. This presentation material will also include guidance from ISO and the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) on effective management system auditing.
About Dan Reid: R. Dan Reid is a Quality Management / Procurement Executive, best known as an author of ISO TS/16949, QS-9000, ISO 9001 and the first ISO International Workshop Agreement, which applied ISO 9001 to healthcare. He was the first delegation leader of the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) which is responsible for ISO TS/16949 and its certification scheme. He also worked on the Chrysler, Ford and General Motors FMEA, PPAP, APQP and IAQG APQP/PPAP projects. He has now worked in 35 countries.
At Omnex, he led implementation projects, trained, wrote and conducted webinars. At AIAG, he led projects for Effective Problem Solving, Cost of Poor Quality and Supplier Management. At GM, he managed the Supplier Development Administration, served on the AIAG Supplier Quality Requirements Task Force and established the initial NAO SQE curriculum. He established Supplier Quality functions at GM Service Parts and Baxter Bioscience Division's Los Angeles plant before serving as the Baxter Bioscience Supplier Quality Director.
Reid an ASQ Fellow and ASQ Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) is a
- Past member for the US TAGs for Quality, Environmental, Medical Device and OH&S Management Systems;
- Trainer for AS9100D, IATF16949, ISO14001, ISO13485, ISO9001, ISO45001, ISO17025, VDA 6.3, PPAP, APQP and FMEA;
- American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) President’s Advisory Council member and past Board of Director;
- Auditor for VDA 6.3 (Certified), IATF16949, ISO9001, ISO14001 and others;
- Published Quality Press and McGraw Hill author;
- ASQ Administrative Committee member and Technical Reviewer;
- experienced practitioner in problem solving methods, e. g. 5 Why, Fishbone, Pareto; process engineering and re-engineering.
Reid's awards include:
- 2013 SAE Excellence in Oral Presentation for the 2013 SAE Aero-Tech Conference;
- 2010 Quality Improvement Coaching Excellence for Primary Care Practices, Michigan Primary Care Consortium;
- 2006 AIAG Healthcare Focus Group Chair's Award;
- 2014 (Lifetime Achievement), 2008, 2004, 1993 Cecil C. Craig Awards, ASQ Automotive Division;
- 2004 ASQ Automotive Division Quality Leader of the Year;
- 2003 Leadership Award, European Quality Institute ISO9000 International Conference;
- 2002 AIAG Outstanding Achievement Award.
Location: Potential In Person? Location TBD.
Time: Networking: 5:30 PM-6:00 PM, Presentation: 6:00 PM- 7:00 PM