Calling all Quality Professionals | Forum on Changes to ISO 9001:2015
Quality Professionals from Charleston, SC and the surrounding region are invited to attend an open forum on expected changes to the ISO 9001:2015 International Standard. This forum will be the first in a series of updates from local subject-matter experts aimed at assisting regional organizations in their preparation of the upgrade to the new standard. The panel of experts will include veterans from various sectors such as automotive, aerospace, environmental and information security to discuss the potential impacts on various industry-specific standards (ISO/TS 16949, AS9100, ISO 27001 and ISO 14001).
Let the voice of your organization be heard
We will also be joined by Denise Robitaille, core member of the United States TAG (Technical Advisory Group) to discuss the latest Committee Draft, global feedback thus far and the next steps in the updating process. Her participation in this forum also allows each participant to voice their questions, comments or recommendation related to proposed changes.AGENDA 8:30am Check-in & Networking (Light breakfast buffet included) 9:00am Introduction 9:15am Keynote presentation by Denise Robitaille from US TAG 10:00am Overview of significant changes 10:15am Industry-specific breakout sessions 11:00am Participant Voice of Customer (VOC) feedback for US TAG 11:15am Recommendations for action moving forward 11:30am Adjourned (end of forum in conference space) Noon Lunch discussion with panelists (interested attendees are invited to an open lunch at their own expense in the restaurant) LOCATION Harbor Breeze (next to Omar Shrine Temple) 176 Patriot's Point Blvd Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 (843) 606-2110
About the Keynote Speaker: Denise Robitaille is the author of The Corrective Action Handbook and The Management Review Handbook, as well as numerous articles on quality. She is a consultant, writer and trainer. Denise is also a RAB Certified Lead Assessor and CQA. Much of her work involves assisting companies implement and maintain ISO 9001 systems. An international speaker, she has given talks on a variety of quality issues. Denise is a member of the executive committee of ASQ Boston Section and an instructor for the ASQ Boston Education Program. Her work has encompassed companies in a variety of markets, including machine shops, printed circuit board industries, bio-pharmaceutical devices, packaging industry, distributors, navigational instrumentation, and power transmission manufacturing. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.