The ASQ Reliability & Risk Division is seeking volunteers for our Practice Area effort.

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What is the Practice Area effort?

It is our effort targeted at strengthening the ASQ Reliability and Risk Division’s presence, thought leadership, and service to the reliability and risk profession by providing practice area specific content, training, and support.  The intended audience are folks who have or are moving up in their career from basic reliability practices to specialized reliability practices.

What are the Practice Areas?

Currently identified practice areas include but are not limited to Product, Process/Manufacturing, Site/Network, Software, and Medical Devices.  This list may change as industry and academic trends evolve.

How do I volunteer?

You can volunteer as a Team Member or an Advisor:

Team Members – Members of the ASQ Reliability & Risk Division responsible for active participation and support, accomplishing agreed upon tasks and deliverables.  Members may also have specific subject matter expertise, depth, breadth, and future vision to contribute to the effort.

Advisors – May or may not be an ASQ Reliability & Risk Division member, responsible for providing specific subject matter expertise, depth, and breadth to the team and providing future vision.

Whom do I contact to volunteer?

Product Reliability – Dan Burrows, dan@asqrd.org
Process/Manufacturing Reliability – JD Solomon, jd.solomon@ch2m.com
Site/Network Reliability – Norma Antunano, normaantu@aol.com
Software Reliability – Robert Stoddard, rstoddard@sixsigma-ids.com
Medical Device Reliability – Bart Chase, Chase, bart.chase@abbott.com

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