Welcome to ASQ Portland Section

The mission of ASQ Portland Section 0607 is to serve the quality needs of our members, whether you live and work in Oregon, in neighboring Washington, or around the world. We encourage and welcome your suggestions regarding ways we can serve you better, to help to enrich your life and your career. You may email us at chair@asqpdx.com.


Monthly meetings, plant tours, and workshops can give you recertification (RU) credits.

ASQPDX Upcoming Events

DateTopicSpeakerLocation
Tues, Nov 12, 2017
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM PST
Effective Audit PreparationGuy RobinsonCentury Hotel, Tualatin
8185 SW Tualatin Sherwood Rd
Tualatin, OR 97062
Thu, November 2, 2017
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM PDT
AS 9100:2016 or AS 9100D TrainingL.L. "Buddy" CressionnieTektronix
Bldg 38 Conf Center, Altanta / Calgary Rm
3025 SW Zworykin Ave.
Beaverton, OR 97005
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Eventbrite - Effective Audit Preparation by Guy Robinson

Effective Audit Preparation

Audits are a necessary and recurring part of any calibration, test, or manufacturing facility operation.  Often, however, facilities do not have an organized process for audit preparation.  By preparing for an audit in a logical and organized manner, the audit will run more smoothly and efficiently. This presentation will provide an organized and concise structure for audit preparation. Examples will be presented of how to prepare and present the most professional view of a facility.

BIO

Guy Robinson has over 35 years of electronics, semiconductor and metrology experience that includes a 15-year career in US Air Force ground RADAR and computer maintenance. He has been an Operations Manager at Intel Corporation and a Quality Engineer at Tektronix Corporation. Guy is now a Tektronix Calibration Lab Manager responsible for Labs in Northern California and Oregon. During his time as a Quality Engineer, he was directly responsible for the initial accreditation, renewal and all quality aspects of up to 35 Accredited Laboratories world-wide, including two testing laboratories. Guy has extensive expertise in RF/Microwave and general purpose electronics, and is an expert at Ultra High Vacuum Plasma Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD). He has experience in dimensional, mechanical, torque, pressure, high voltage and thermodynamics. Guy is a Certified Quality Auditor by the American Society for Quality (ASQ) and is specifically skilled in ISO 9001 and ISO/IEC 17025. He has three published papers on the auditing process through the National Society of Standards Laboratories International (NCSLi).

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Training Workshop

  • Event Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
  • Training Fee : $300
  • Registration Deadline: 11th Oct 2017
  • Perks:
    • ASQ RU: Training certificate with 0.8 RU
    • Training Material: Training binder will be provided
    • Meals: Includes Lunch (Please email neng.zipagang@textronics.com for any dietery restrictions)
  • Cancellation Policy: Email for refunds before 18th Oct. No refunds after 18th Oct 2017.

Eventbrite - AS 9100:2016 or AS 9100D Training by L.L. "Buddy" Cressionnie

 

AS 9100:2016 or AS 9100D Training
November 2, 2017
By: L.L. “Buddy” Cressionnie
 
 

AS 9100: 2016 or AS 9100D is a Quality Management Systems for Aviation, Space, and Defense Organizations. By September 2018, the AS 9100C ends its validity.

 
ASQ Portland Section will sponsor a one-day training with Buddy Cressionnie, Americas Aerospace Quality System Committee (AAQSC) Chair who led the writing of IAQG 9100 revisions in 2009 and 2016 and also engaged with ISO 9001 standard writings.   He will cover theAS9100D:2016, revisions and impact to the organization during the training.
 

Buddy delivers the webinars for IAQG (International Aerospace Quality Group) on Key Changes Presentation and Clause-by-Clause Presentation on AS 9100.2016. He conducted a training in one of the AS 9100 certified multinational companies in Portland regarding the AS 9100:2016 Transitioning to New Requirements and got excellent feedback from the trainees.

Catch the expert!
 
The 1-day training course coverage with the following learning objectives: 
 
AS9100D:2016 training: 
  • Recognize the impact to new Quality Management Principles on the revision to the standards 
  • De-mystify the new 10-clause Common Management System structure and understand the impact on your organization 
  • Grasp the new language such as organization and its context, interested parties, documented information, and risk-based thinking. 
  • Realize the Aviation, Space & Defense proposed additions to understand benefits including product safety, counterfeit parts, and human factors. 
  • Gain a detailed understanding of the ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100:2016 requirements and intent. 
  • Define the timeline for AS9100:2016 transition period.
 
AS9101:2016 training: 
Understanding the AS9101F:2016 key changes and how Certification Bodies will be using the new forms
LEARN MORE ABOUT BUDDY CRESSIONIE…..
Buddy has led the writing of IAQG 9100 revisions in 2009 and 2016 and engaged with ISO 9001 standard writings. He has been engaged with the complete life cycle of Aviation, Space & Defense (ASD) quality management system standards.
  • Development: As Americas Aerospace Quality System Committee (AAQSC) Chair, Buddy had oversight of over 30 ASD standards and leadership in thedevelopment and maintenance of IAQG 9100 standards. He represented IAQG on ISO TC176 ISO 9001:2015 development and interpretations and ISO 9004 writing.
  • Training: Conducted workshops on behalf of training providers, conference workshops, and internal training.
  • Implementation: Implemented ISO 9001 and IAQG 9100 at 10-site and 24,000 employee major ASD OEM
  • Auditing: Experience in conducting first, second, and third party audits to ensure compliance with requirements and QMS effectiveness. 18+ years of 3rd party audit certification and contract auditor for certification bodies.
  • Feedback: Responsible for all IAQG 9100 clarifications worldwide and participated on ISO TC176 clarification process.
  
Work experience highlights:
  • Quality leader responsible for leading the implementation and certification of major Aviation, Space & Defense OEM covering 10 locations and 24,000 employees.
  • Responsible for the development, maintenance, consolidation and integration of Quality & Mission Success (Q&MS) processes and procedures.
  • Responsible for leading the Process and Product Quality Assurance process area to implement the Capability Maturity Model® Integration (CMMI®).
  • Quality Program Manager responsible for quality planning and execution for major cargo airframe including customer interface for any quality issues.

 

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ASQ Portland Section held elections for 2018 officer positions at the June meeting.

The Section elected these officers for the coming year:

Section Chair – Terri Tufts              Secretary – Jean Fryer

Chair-elect – Duane Purcell            Treasurer – Susan Chow 

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New Supplier Quality Certification available

ASQ recently launched its newest certification designed for supplier quality professionals who work with an organization’s supply chain and suppliers to continuously improve performance of key system components. The Certified Supplier Quality Professional (CSQP) exam, developed by member leaders and sponsored by the Customer-Supplier Division, will be first administered during the September/October computer-based testing exam window. Among other topics, the certification exam tests knowledge on supplier strategy; business governance, ethics, and compliance; relationship management; and supplier performance monitoring and improvement. We are now accepting applications for the first available exam window in September/October for the CSQP exam. The deadline is August 15. Go to ASQ.org to apply.

Portland Section Receives RD Gold Award!

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Beth Rice, ASQ Portland Section Chair, on behalf of the Leadership Team, received the Regional Director Gold Award for 2015, which was presented by Regional Director Ed Landauer at our January 2016 dinner meeting.
This award is given for excellence in providing member value and quality opportunities, as well as implementing innovations and meeting the Section’s Business Plan and ASQ’s requirements for Section reporting.
Congratulations to the Portland Section Leadership Committee for achieving this award for the third year in a row!