February 2015

Monthly Dinner Meeting

***Thursday, February 19, 2015, 6:00 PM***

Topic:Acceptance Sampling Plans and Their Role in a Quality System”

When: Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Where: Temecula Library Click Here for Map
Pauba Road, Temecula, CA 92592

Dinner Cost:
$25.00 for non-members
$20.00 for member

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Presentation Subject: Acceptance Sampling Plans and Their Role in a Quality System. ”The Blind Inspector” – Mr. Frank De Meo will discuss how acceptance sampling plays a part of the quality system. This presentation features a simulation method similar to W. Edward Deming’s “Red Bead Experiment”. Volunteers will be asked to play various roles during the presentation.

Speaker Bio: Mr. Frank De Meo, an Accredited Professional Statistician™, holds a B.S. and M.A. in Mathematics and has over 30 years of experience applying statistical and mathematical methods in the medical devices, electronics and aerospace industries. Those who have heard Frank present in the past say he makes statistics “EXCITING”.

Join us for a wonderful presentation of the application of statistics by Frank De Meo, February 19, 2015!!!

Six-Sense Auditing
This lively training presentation teaches how to use all six – yes, six! – senses when conducting external conformity assessments or internal QMS audits, in order to maximize the gathering of objective evidence, and to ensure the highest level of confidence in the final audit results.This eye-opening and invaluable discussion will give even seasoned auditors a new perspective, and will help improve the audit experience not only for clients, but also dramatically reduce problems with Certification Body internal review committees and Accreditation Bodies.As a clinic participant, you will:The “angle of perception” used by auditors, and how to expand it using the “missing senses” to soak up evidence like a sponge.Learn how auditees hide nonconformities in plain view, based on predicted auditor behavior.Never again have your audit findings challenged because of weak evidence.Speaker Bio:  Christopher Paris is a former Chemical Process Engineer, and has worked with ISO 9001systems since 1988.  In 1999, he founded Oxebridge Quality Resources, an ISO 9001 and AS9100 consulting firm whose clients include SpaceX, Lufthansa, L3 Communications, and200 small and medium sized organizations. He was a member of the US TAG to TC 176,and is an international speaker on the subject of quality and ISO 9001, primarily advocatingfor the point of view of standards users.  See link for more on Christopher Paris bio.
This lively training presentation teaches how to use all six – yes, six! – senses when conducting external conformity assessments or internal QMS audits, in order to maximize the gathering of objective evidence, and to ensure the highest level of confidence in the final audit results.
This eye-opening and invaluable discussion will give even seasoned auditors a new perspective, and will help improve the audit experience not only for clients, but also dramatically reduce problems with Certification Body internal review committees and Accreditation Bodies.
As a clinic participant, you will:
The “angle of perception” used by auditors, and how to expand it using the “missing senses” to soak up evidence like a sponge.
Learn how auditees hide nonconformities in plain view, based on predicted auditor behavior.
Never again have your audit findings challenged because of weak evidence.
Speaker Bio: Christopher Paris is a former Chemical Process Engineer, and has worked with ISO 9001 systems since 1988.  In 1999, he founded Oxebridge Quality Resources, an ISO 9001 and AS9100 consulting firm whose clients include SpaceX, Lufthansa, L3 Communications, and
200 small and medium sized organizations. He was a member of the US TAG to TC 176,
and is an international speaker on the subject of quality and ISO 9001, primarily advocating
for the point of view of standards users.  Click Here for more on Christopher Paris bio.