American Society for Quality

Naugatuck Valley Section 0101

 

BOSCON 2010 - How Risk Affects Quality April 8, 2010
BOSCON 2010
How Risk Affects Quality
April 8, 2010
The Conference Center at Waltham Woods
Waltham, MA

A new standard, ISO 31000, Risk management � Principles and guidelines on implementation states that organizations of all types and sizes face a range of risks that can affect the achievement of their objectives.
ISO 31000 tells us, among other things, that
� Risk management creates and protects value
� Risk management is an integral part of all organizational processes
� Risk management facilitates continual improvement of the organization..

BOSCON 2010 includes a strong focus on risk management and its importance in the various quality processes that we, as quality professionals, use.
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Twenty four Presentations to choose from (click here for program)

Presentation

o New MDD: Impact on Manufacturers
o Post Market Surveillance
o Auditing Risk - Management Processes
o GHTF SG3 draft guidance for CAPA
o The Case for Verification, not Validation
o Clinical Evaluation - A Notified Body's perspective
o Certified Pharmaceutical GMP Professional Exam
o Quality Tools to Reduce Microbiological Risk
o Risk Management Using ICH Q9 and ISO 14971
o Characteristics of Quality Leadership
o Annual Product Review- or - Analysis of Data
o Prepared for and Surviving Failure
o Assurance Cases � The Risk Based DHF and Submission Connection
o Risk Analysis by Using Software Quality Metrics
o Accelerating Product Design with Simulation and Stochastic Optimization
o Process Validation
o Statistical Aspects of Process Validation
o Getting the REAL Requirements for Quality Conformance
o Improving Customer Experiences to Minimize Competitive Risk
o From Product Quality to Organizational Quality
o Continuous Improvement. What have I done to improve?
o Performance Excellence: Effective Quality Systems
o The TURTLE - Process Auditing
o Please Don�t Call Them CAPA�s
Questions-contact David Manalan,
978-266-1220
dmanalan@alum.MIT.edu or boscon@asqboston.org

Posted 2010-03-10