Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) (COURSE #6162)
David M. Little is the author of this course and has been teaching this program at various sites around the country. Little is Quality Engineer IV & Auditor, Quality Assurance Assessment Group, Global Operational Excellence of, TE Connectivity based in Harrisburg, PA; formally Tyco Electronics. Auditor for the following Quality Management Systems: ISO 9001:2008; TL 9000 (5.0); TS 16949: 2009; 10 CFR 50, Appendix B; 21 CFR 820; ISO 13485; AS9100 (C).
He has more than 40 years of experience in engineering and quality profession; holder of 9 Patents in United States and 4 Patents in Europe covering rotational molding and connector design. Authored an Applied Statistic Handbook published by AMP Inc., as well as articles in Quality Progress and IEEE Journal. Graduate of Tri-State University, D&D, Angola, IN. and Harrisburg Area Community College, majoring in Electro-mechanical Design and Business Administration; Bachelor of Technology, Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA.
An ASQ Fellow of Harrisburg Section 503, Certified Quality Engineer and Auditor, RAB certified QMS Lead Auditor, Little served on the ASQ Board of Directors, Section Affairs Council and currently member of the ASQ By-laws Committee, Vice-Chair, Face-to-Face Initiatives for the Quality Management Division. Past Chair of the Education Training Board of ASQ and has served on the Research Advisory Board at ASQ. Served three years as ASQ’s representative to the ABET Board of Directors; subject matter expert for ETB & Quality Press for Auditing and Quality Management. He is a charter member of Human Development and Leadership Division, member of Quality Audit Division, and Quality Management Division, where he served as Region 11 Councilor from 1987 to 1990 and currently Bylaws Chair. He served as Deputy Region Director for Region 5 and Region 11. He is past chair of Blue Ridge Section 1108.