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Wednesday, 17 November 2010
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Developing A Checklist, What Is The Audit Purpose?
- A Mechanical and QA Engineer with 40 years diverse experience in variety
of industries. Bob started his career in GE Navy Nuclear design and
Project Management for Valves, Piping and Auxiliary Equipment. Bob then
went on to work in procurement QC/QA for GE Gas Turbine including
statistical process control and supplier QC. He then worked for Boston
Edison Commercial Nuclear, as a Supplier Lead Auditor and Senior QA
Engineer. After a period of time as a small business consultant (QA,
Computer, and business assistance) and Adjunct college professor
(Statistics, Math, Computer), Bob joined PB. At PB he worked as
startup, testing and operations engineer on the Big Dig project and then
as the QA/QC Manager on the $6.6 Billion Dulles Airport Design and
Construction Management program. Bob developed and implemented a QA
program for the $6 Billion Design and Construction program for the
airports authority. Bob received the PB 2008 Quality Award for this
program development. Bob is now working on a variety of projects for PB
including coordinating an internal audit program and Design project QA
- Bob's credentials include: BSME University of Cincinnati, MSE in ME
(Nuclear) Union College, P.E. New York and Virginia, Lead Auditor
ISO-9001, Lead internal Auditor PB, Past Malcolm Baldridge Examiner,
Mass state award, and ASQ Senior Member.
Presentation: PPT PDF
- Process Audit Checklist:
You know that you have to perform an audit, you know when and where and
who. So what are you going to ask? What do you want to achieve by the
Audit? This session will explore the various activities that go into
developing a good audit checklist through a plan, do, check act process.
Included will be samples of questions from selected checklists that
demonstrate the concepts.
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