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1 ASQ Section 1421 Special points of interest: Learn about the Quality for Life program Training and Exam Schedule Meeting Schedule and Agenda Inside this issue: Meeting Schedule 2 Calendar of Events 2 Volume 1, Issue 2 All About Auditing By Rosalyn Cox It is no mistake that the next set of section meetings each cover a new topic about auditing. If you look at the schedule, there is a test for Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) just after our last scheduled meeting for this election year. Our Section Chair, John Law, has set up each meeting to give us all a new part of the body of knowledge for CQA. Beginning with last month s meeting where David Smith, the Director of Quality at Spectra Technologies, started us off, each section meeting is scheduled specifically for each of us to get something back for our membership. Although the meetings are November 2009 set up this way, it is still up to YOU to get the most out of what is provided. Regular attendance to the meetings, accessing the information available on the ASQ website and applying your new skills are all necessary for success. So come to the meetings prepared to learn, and when you are sitting for your CQA exam in June, remember that although the training was provided by the section, it was still YOU that worked to get the knowledge needed to pass it. The October issue, available at is full of helpful articles on auditing. Standing Meeting Agenda Leadership Committee Positions and Training Quality for Life Program Information Glory Diner Meeting Menu Meet your section leaders Leadership Positions By Rosalyn Cox Leadership Our section still has two vacancies in our leadership list, please look them over and see if you would like to take the opportunity to be added to our list of leaders. For just a few hours a month, you can be a part of helping Section 1421 continue to thrive. Training Don t let the lack of local training prevent you from expanding your knowledge base. ASQ has several web based self-paced courses that can be taken on your own at your own pace. Simply go to the ASQ website, log in and search the training and certifications pages for online training using the advanced search tool. You may be surprised at what you can find. Page 5 of our newsletter also offers some information on upcoming local courses. Additionally, beginning in October, each monthly section meeting will include auditor certification training.

2 Page 2 ASQ Section 1421 Meeting Schedule and Topics 11/17/09 Michael Curry: Auditor Competencies 12/04/09 ASQ...is...YOU! Meet and greet with members and learn the benefits of your ASQ membership 12/15/09 John Breckline: Quality Tools and Techniques 1/19/10 Gene Morton: Audit Preparation 2/16/10 Steve Pardee: Audit Performance 3/16/10 Marty Herren: Audit Reporting 4/20/10 John Law: Audit Follow-up and Closure 5/18/10 John Law: Audit Business Applications South Arkansas Section 1421 Meeting Schedule November 2009 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Glory Diner Camden December 2009 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat OPED Building Camden Glory Diner Camden

3 Section 1421 Standing Meeting Agenda Page 3 All regular meetings will be held at the Glory Diner on the 3 rd Tuesday of the month (September through May), unless otherwise communicated. A formal business meeting will precede all regular meetings and will begin promptly at 6:00 PM. All Section Officers, Committee Chairs, Committee Members and other Section Members and Guests are encouraged to attend the business meeting. Generally accepted parliamentary procedure will be followed. A standing monthly agenda will be as follows: Order food (5:45 to 5:59 pm) Call to order (6:00 pm) Reading of minutes from last meeting by the Secretary Accept the minutes as read or amend (requires motion and 2 nd ) Treasurer and Committee reports (provide written copy to Secretary for inclusion in minutes and update those present on activity and plans; also provide required metrics to QMP Committee Chair) Treasurer Education Membership (Recruitment and Retention) Meeting Attendance Arkansas Governor s Quality Award Voice of the Customer (VOC) Quality Management Process (QMP) Others, as necessary Old Business New Business Adjourn business meeting (6:20 pm requires motion and 2 nd ) Eat (6:21 to 6:44 pm) Regular Meeting Begins (6:45 pm) Introduce Speaker Regular Meeting Concludes (7:45 pm)

4 Volume 1, Issue 2 Page 4 Quality for Life Program From the Member Leaders section of the ASQ website Quality for Life is an exciting program that celebrates the humanistic accomplishments of quality. While quality is often commonplace in our day-to-day activities, we often take for granted that these skills are used at work, in our personal lives, and often through volunteer efforts to make a difference. Quality for Life centers on recognition, sharing the stories of individuals whose quality skills have made a positive impact on the lives of others. By sharing Quality for Life stories, we applaud ASQ members whose passion and commitment for quality makes the world a better place. If you use quality tools and techniques to improve life whether for one person or hundreds of individuals then it is certainly a Quality for Life story. In the example below, a ramp was built by one of the contributors to this program to make it easier for the owner to get in and out. In addition to your own work, do not forget to examine the work of others and encourage them to participate as well. It is important that we participate in this program because it gives us the opportunity to highlight aspects of quality that sometimes might be overlooked. It allow us to recognize those that use their quality skills to make the world a For more information on this great program, please watch the slideshow included in the distribution of this newsletter. You can exit the slideshow at any time by using your escape key on your keyboard. If you have any questions afterward, please let me know and I will do my best to find an answer. My address is

5 Page 5 ASQ Section 1421 Upcoming Local Training and Certification Certification Training Schedule Date Instructor Topic Location May 21, 22 7:00 am to 5:00 pm John Law Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) (Note: CQA Exam June 5) OPED Building Camden Upcoming Certification Exams Schedule Date Test Proctor Certification Exams Location December 5 8:00 am to 1:00 pm Tony Hankins Calibration Technician, Quality Auditor, Quality Engineer, Pharmaceutical GMP Professional, Quality Improvement Associate, Quality Process Analyst, Six Sigma Green Belt, Software Quality Engineer OPED Building Camden

6 Glory Diner Joan and Fred Taylor American Society for Quality (ASQ) Special Choice of one meat: Red meat (tender roast beef) Chicken (breast fried or baked) Catfish (8 oz. fillet) Choice of one side: Baked potato French fries Potato salad Rice (white with gravy) Mashed potatoes (with gravy) Choice of one vegetable side: Sliced tomato or peaches with cottage cheese Green beans Mixed greens Whole kernel corn Mixed vegetables Dinner salad Cole slaw Choice of one bread: Corn bread Dinner roll Texas toast Texas toast (with garlic seasoning) Choice of one dessert: Blackberry cobbler (when berries are in season) Pineapple upside-down cake Banana pudding Bread pudding Ice cream (vanilla) Choice of drink: Water (filtered or bottle) Lemonade or punch Sweet Tea Unsweet Tea Coke products Or an option of a LARGE dinner salad with grilled or crispy chicken plus four other vegetables served on a bed of crisp fresh lettuce with dressing and crackers.

7 Page 7 ASQ Section 1421 Gene Morton, Treasurer Find out a little more about your section leaders. Featured this quarter: Treasurer and Internet Liaison/ Newsletter Editor Meet our Section Leaders: Gene Morton I joined ASQ and the Shreveport/Bossier City Section 1410 in spring of 1994 and received my CQA certification that same year. I was employed at the Louisiana Army Ammunition Plant for twelve years as a Senior Industrial Engineer. During that time the industrial engineering profession was getting a bad rap for not caring enough about quality. With the encouragement from the LAP Quality Manager, Bobby Lee, I joined ASQ and studied and passed the CQA exam. While a member of ASQ in Shreveport, I was active in ASQ Section 1410 and held several different offices. In 1997 I moved to Conway Arkansas and was a Manufacturing Engineer for Carrier Refrigeration, manufacturing commercial freezers and refrigerators. I joined the ASQ Central Arkansas Section While a member of that section I held the offices of On-Line Chair, Secretary, Vice Chairman and Chairman. During my tenure as Chairman, , Section 1407 achieved the ASQ Total Quality Award. In 2002, I moved to Camden and went to work for General Dynamics and am currently the Production Manager of the Hydra 70 program. While a member of the South Arkansas Section 1421, I have held offices of Membership, Secretary Meet our Section Leaders: Rosalyn Cox and currently am the Section Treasure. I continue to utilize my knowledge gained as an active member of ASQ in my daily decision making and look forward to continuing to work with our section in the future. My wife, Barbara, and I will be celebrating our 40 th wedding anniversary the 29 th of November. We have two children, a son and a daughter. Our son lives in Shreveport Louisiana and our daughter, Carrie, lives here in Camden and is working for Lockheed Martin. Rosalyn Cox, Newsletter Editor and Internet Liaison Hello, my name is Roz Cox. I was born on a small 2 acre farm in a town called West Chicago, Illinois. After many years of the good life in a small rural town, I mixed things up a bit, moved to the relatively big city of New Orleans, Louisiana, and became a southerner. After completing my high school years there, ida. After my time running down the East Coast, I transferred back to New Orleans and transitioned from Active Duty to Active Reserve where I spent the last 10 years of my military career. I am now retired, but not before I spent time in Kuwait for Operation Iraqi Freedom, as well as some time in Portugal and Puerto Rico. During my time as a reservist, I was also working my way up the civilian side of life and have been working for Lockheed Martin for 8 I enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard where I spent the next 10 years on active duty at various locations such as New York City; Yorktown, Virginia and Key West, Floryears. I have filled some type of role in Quality Assurance/Mission Success for those 8 years on many different programs. One of which was the Space Shuttle Main Engine program where we tested the main engines for the Space Shuttle. I even got to meet genuine Astronauts! I recently transferred divisions from space to weapons, I guess you could say, and I now live in Camden, Arkansas. I joined the ASQ last year and the rest is history!

8 Leadership Position Member Name Address Chair John C. Law Secretary Deanna Cummins Treasurer Gene Morton Membership Chair (Recruitment and Retention) Rema Eiland Auditing Chair Mike Franzen Nominating Chair Marty Herren Voice of the Customer (VOC) Chair David Mitchell Adult Education Chair Robin Shackelford K12 Education Chair Troy Pack Certification Chair Bradely Beaird Re-Certification Chair Steve Pardee Quality Management Process (QMP) Chair Shella Champ Chamber of Commerce Liaison John C. Law Programs and Arrangements Chair OPEN POSITION COULD BE YOUR ADDRESS Special Events Coordinator OPEN POSITION COULD BE YOUR ADDRESS Arkansas Governor s Quality Award Liaison James Pelt Meeting Attendance Chair Michael Curry Newsletter Editor Rosalyn Cox Internet Liaison (Webmaster) Rosalyn Cox

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