OGGN Presents – Quality Management in a Down Economy
Kyle Chambers - CEO Texas Quality Assurance
Caleb Adcock - Services Manager & QMS Developer of Texas Quality Assurance
Melissa Basnightt - Quality Manager (Medical, Pharma and ASQ) of Tietronix Software Inc
Wissam Assaf - Director Business Advisory for Eternal NRG
Joey Fablo - QMS Guide to all your Quality Management needs
During difficult financial times, either from the economy at large or individually within a single organization, Quality Management System “QMS” programs are often some of the first to be cut in cost savings efforts, and are impacted by cost reductions elsewhere in the organization.
The growing digital work environment is providing many opportunities for new methods of managing and maintaining a QMS. The QMS provides the foundation for often required (either by customer or legally enforced) certifications such as ISO 9001/14001/45001/13485, API Q1/Q1, various API Stamps or other Licenses. Reductions in cost and the workforce often leave many departments without much support or guidance. There is no shortage of challenges faced by organizations to maintain the Quality levels that made them great to begin with. Additionally, there are many opportunities for organizations both large and small to not only survive, but thrive with a more robust efficient and flexible Quality Management System.
We at Texas Quality Assurance are a team of quality managers and small business owners ourselves. We know you need access to free resources to help you save time and energy for what matters most.
Quality Assurance Monthly
Everyone's organization is unique. The one size fits all approach just does not work, so we provide multiple support options to help you and your team meet your compliance requirements.
Level 1 - Support and Maintain
Level 2 - Build and Grow
Level 3 - Remote/Fractional Quality Manager
Learn more: https://texasqualityassurance.com/quality-assurance-monthly/
Work Productively While Working Remotely
Kyle Chambers - Texas Quality Assurance
There are so many tools available at our fingertips for products and services we already pay for. Why not make the best use possible?
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Thank you to OGGN "Oil & Gas Global Network" for inviting Texas Quality Assurance to assemble the panel for today's discussion. We hope you enjoyed the panel discussion. The world has changed during 2020, and the impact will last for many years to come. Organizations large and small are being forced to change, but this should be taken as an opportunity to burn off the dead wood, and re-approach Quality Management from a new light, a new angle, and build upon lessons learned.