Toledo ASQ is currently accepting applications for the 2018 Quality Legacy Scholarship competition. The $2,500 scholarship is awarded to a high school senior or college student who is enrolled or planning to enroll in a full-time, two or four-year program...
Bring your family and friends to watch the Toledo Mudhens play the Gwinnett Braves on May 20, 2018 at Fifth Third Field,
Box office opens at 1:00 PM. Game starts at 2:05 PM Lunch will be served.
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The American Society for Quality (ASQ) was founded in February 1946. The founders of the Toledo Section recognized the need for and envisioned a proactive organization to advance quality in the Toledo area forming the Toledo Section during July...
Joint Meeting with Institute for Supplier Management (ISM)
Program: Supplier Quality - Auditing for Capacity Constraints
Speaker: Mark Durivage
Location: Eddie Lee's, 4700 Nantuckett Dr., Toledo OH 43623
Menu: Choice of Prime Rib, Salmon, or Chicken
Typically, supplier management programs will use a supplier survey or an on-site audit to verify if a supplier is complaint with the requirements of a standard or regulation. However, for a supplier management program to be value added to an organization, the supplier evaluation should look beyond the requirements of a standard or regulation. Supplier auditing should also consider items such as supplier capability, capacity, and contingency plans.
Mark Durivage, our speaker, is an ISO and FDA Quality Systems and Quality Compliance Consultant with Global customers. Mark founded Quality Systems Compliance LLC in 2012 as an opportunity to serve the needs of businesses working in the FDA Regulated Industries including Medical Devices, Pharmaceuticals, Tissue, and Food. He has since expanded his business to non-FDA Regulated Industries which include ISO 9001 Quality management systems – Requirements, ISO 14001 Environmental management systems, ISO TS 16949 Quality management systems - Particular requirements for automotive production and relevant service part organizations, and ISO/IEC 17025 General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories.