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September 2015 ASQ Section Meeting – Staunton
September 15, 2015 @ 5:30 am - 8:00 pm$10.00
5:30PM – 6:00PM Arrival & Networking
6:00PM – 6:45PM Dinner ($10 per person, provided by Subway Catering)
6:45PM – 7:00PM Section Announcements
7:00PM – 8:00PM Presentation
Program Synopsis: Terry Burns will review the significant changes in the newly revised ISO 9001:2015 QMS standard that will be issued in September of this year. He will also provide insights into the following questions regarding this new revision:
– What is Annex SL?
– What does “risk-based thinking” actually mean?
– Who are the “interested parties” mentioned in the new revision?
– What are the significant changes in documentation and record requirements?
– What impact will ISO 9001:2015 have on auditors?
– Why has the requirement for a “management representative” been eliminated?
These questions (and others you may have) will be answered during this enlightening talk.
About the Presenter: Terrance A. Burns is the Founder and Principal Consultant for Burns & Associates, Inc., a full-service quality consulting firm located in Richmond, Virginia since 1986. Beginning in 1992, Burns & Associates has been helping both large, multi-national firms and small businesses achieve registration to ISO 9001, 13485, 14001, 17025, OHSAS 18001, FDA cGMP’s, HACCP, CE Mark and other international and national standards and product certifications. Terry has over 23 years of experience training management system auditors and conducting audits to ISO, AAMI, FDA and other standards and regulatory requirements in both manufacturing and service organizations.
Mr. Burns is an ASQ Fellow, CQE, CQA and IRCA QMS Principal Auditor. He is a Past Chair for ASQ Section 1104 and current Section 1104 Audit Resource Network Chair. At the ASQ national level, Terry has served on the ASQ CQA Exam Review Committee and as an ASQ Subject Matter Expert and CQE on-line course reviewer. Since 2008 he has also served as Examiner, Director and the Executive Director for the U.S. Senate Productivity and Quality Awards for Virginia and the District of Columbia (SPQA).
Mr. Burns’ ASQ Fellow citation reads: “For outstanding leadership in the promotion of quality management system certification, improving the professionalism of auditors through training and mentoring, and long term contributions to ASQ and the state quality awards process.”