Jd Marhevko is currently the VP of Quality, Lean and EHS for Accuride Corporation. Four (4) Accuride sites have won the prestigious Manufacturing Excellence Award (in 2014-2016). She has been involved in Operations and Lean/Six Sigma efforts for almost 30 years across a variety of industries. Jd is an ASQ Fellow. In 2016, Jd was awarded both the Shainin Medal and honored as one of the top 100 Women in Manufacturing by Washington DC's Manufacturing Institute. With ASQ she also holds the CMQ/OE, CQE, CSSBB and is a ASQ Certified Trainer for a variety of Quality Tools. She is an MBB and has held ........Read More
Humans CAN BE calibrated. Control plans call out for "MSA" analysis on key processes. These mainly focus on features measured by variables gaging systems. However, MSA analysis also applies to attribute-based processes that are inspected visually. Some examples are the interpretation of color or surface imperfections like scratches. Many businesses rely upon the skills of their personnel to interpret these go/no go attribute features. When personnel do not repeatedly and accurately disposition the product they evaluate, business loss and risk can be incurred. This demonstrative session enables participants to learn how to develop, create, execute and interpret an Attribute Agreement Analysis (AAA) so that an accurate and repeatable disposition can be made and rework and returns can be effectively reduced. Attendees will see how they can apply this tool while learning how to mitigate business cost exposure.
Why should you attend?
Customers rarely differentiate the casuals of a PPM defect at the contract table. A "ppm is a ppm". Whether the feature is for a safety or critical nature vs a visual attribute nature, either can keep a company from securing the next order. While product and process evaluations by humans are done daily for reasons of efficiency and cost, the effectiveness of this evaluation process can be but is rarely assessed. This leaves the organization wide open for risk of returns, ill-will, rework, and ultimately loss of business. Learn how to identify and manage this risk in a hands-on and engaging manner.
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Who can Benefit:
Quality, Product/Process Engineering, Manufacturing Operations.