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Next ASQ Automotive Division Webinar:  
 
Upcoming Webinar
 
Resilient Engineering for Problem Prevention
 
Monday, April 18, 2022
 7:00 p.m. Eastern / 6:00 p.m. Central / 4:00 p.m. Pacific
Duration: 90 minutes
0.15 RUs will be awarded to attendees
 
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The Presentation:
Solving problems after they happen is good but preventing them from happening is even better. Some products or designs can’t afford to have failures. Failures would put lives at risk. When your design, manufacturing, and launch MUST be right, risk mitigation is important.
 
Resilient Engineering helps to identify and mitigate risk relative to performance expectations, life cycle requirements, and manufacturing variations to create a TROUBLE-FREE launch. Ready to have a robust design solution that avoids…
  • Last minute design changes
  • Product launch delays
  • Post-Start of Production modifications
 
Resilient Engineering can improve product performance, lower warranty costs, and improve manufacturing efficiency. This webinar [aha.mmsend.com] will introduce participants to Shainin’s resilient engineering principles and will apply those principles to a case study.
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Introduction to Resilient Engineering for Problem Prevention



Past Events 2022
2/10/22  What You Need to Know About the New AIAG VDA and SAE J1739 Design FMEA Methodologies, 
Richard Harpster   

Check out the latest Automotive Excellence Magazine Winter 2021 

Past Events in 2021 (see links for replay/content):
                    11/10/21 Guangbin Yang Quality Symposium Past Events in 2020:  
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This is an awesome way to network within your company and demonstrate and develop your leadership skills!! If you are interested please contact Kush Shah, Chair Elect asq.automotive@gmail.com Purpose: Build and maintain mutually beneficial strong relationship between ASQ Automotive Division and automotive OEMs / Suppliers globally Roles & ... more
Posted by Lou Ann Lathrop on Automotive Division Feb 20, 2022 10:33 PM CST
We invite you to submit abstracts for presentation at the 2nd Annual Reliability, Maintenance & Managing Risk Conference to be held on August 2-3, 2022 (with pre- and post-conference courses to be offered Aug 1 & 4), in Hartford, CT. The RMMR2022 is sponsored by the American Society for Quality, Reliability and Risk Division, and it is a forum for ... more
Posted by Lou Ann Lathrop on Automotive Division Feb 20, 2022 9:17 PM CST
Divisions have been actively involved with the development of ASQ's quality standards since the early years. ASQ Divisions are a source of new ideas for quality standards. Their members serve as the technical experts of ASQ and are aware of trends and practices that indicate where and when a standard might be needed. Through their representatives, ... more
Posted by Lou Ann Lathrop on Automotive Division Feb 20, 2022 2:48 PM CST

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ASQ Automotive Division is committed to becoming the worldwide leader on quality issues related to the automotive industry. Members include professionals from almost every discipline in the vehicle manufacturing and supplier business in the automotive, heavy-truck, off-highway, agricultural, industrial and construction equipment industries.

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