Monday October 16, 2017
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The ISO 9001:2015 Revision: The Expanding Role of Risk in Quality Management
The recently updated ISO 9001 remains the de-facto global standard for quality and consistency. Like the 2000 and 2008 revisions, the new standard continues to emphasize process and performance while moving away from a historical focus on procedure and documentation. In addition to this ongoing change, the 2015 revision places particular emphasis on the importance of Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM). In fact, in order to retain their ISO 9001 certification, companies must demonstrate that they have made the requisite investment in SCRM by Q3 2018.
Join Christy Corbin from riskmethods to learn about how you can implement a closed-loop process that encapsulates risk identification, threat & impact evaluation, risk mitigation, and control.
3041 N Mayfair Road, Milwaukee, WI
Christy Corbin is a Key Account Executive with riskmethods assisting companies address supply chain risk management to meet compliance standards and protect their revenue and reputation. Previous to joining riskmethods, Christy spent six years at Dun & Bradstreet working with Fortune 1000 procurement, compliance, accounts receivable, and sales/marketing departments to increase revenue, mitigate risk, and create efficiencies through automation.
We are fortunate to have Rhiannon Cupkie from Waukesha County Department of public works. She will facilitate a discussion on growing the Continuous Improvement Program across county government departments, and has done so from 2012. She has been piquing interest in LEAN efforts among all levels of staff and sharing information and success stories in new ways.
Rhiannon Cupkie –Rhiannon has worked on multiple LEAN projects beginning in 2013 and continuing on to become Green & Black Belt certified in 2016 through WCTC. Rhiannon has been a member of the Waukesha County Continuous Improvement Program Steering Committee since 2014, chairs the Continuous Improvement Communication Committee, sits on the Continuous Improvement Education Committee and mentors Waukesha County LEAN project teams.
The presentation will begin at 5:30; we will distribute RU slips at the tables at 5:45. If you arrive after 5:45 please participate but understand that you will not receive RUs for the event. We will finish up at 6:15 leaving ample time to register for the meeting.