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TX RX’s Quality Technician becomes ASQ Certified and Promoted to Quality Manager

TX RX’s Quality Engineer becomes ASQ Certified and Promoted to Quality Manager

 

 

TX RX is happy to announce that our Quality Engineer Jason Wesolowski is now ASQ certified and has been promoted to Quality Manager. A Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) is someone who has been examined by the American Society for Quality and found to be competent in seven key areas: Management and Leadership, The Quality System, Product, Process, and Service Design, Product and Process Control, Continuous Improvement, Quantitative Methods and Tools, and Risk Management.

Many members of a management team are familiar with one or two sections of the body of knowledge, but it is rare for someone to be familiar with all seven. For example, a Purchasing manager rarely needs to consider product design since that’s the engineer’s job. Likewise, the Chief Technical Officer may not need to know much about auditing or ISO standards, because someone from QA will have him covered. Even the average CEO may not have all the pieces of the puzzle. The Certified Quality Engineer, however, brings all those pieces together in one package, along with additional tools. This bridges the gaps that naturally form between departments, and results in process improvements across all aspects of the company.

Because of this certificate Jason now has a better understanding of incoming inspection and implementing an AQL process. This process pulled the purchasing, production, and engineering teams together to validate the PCBAs that we have been getting from our suppliers. Already we have seen the results of this, with fewer downstream failures, and higher supplier accountability.

Looking forward, Jason has plans to look at the product development process. There are often a lot of natural barriers between engineering and other teams, so the earlier in the process we can break those barriers, the better. He is also talking to our operations manager about the idea of statical process control (SPC) if we ever get involved with any high-volume products.

One of my next goals is to look at the development process and re-integrate that. A lot of product launch issues are caused by the natural barriers between engineering and the other teams, so the earlier in the process we can break those barriers, the better. I’m also talking to our operations manager about the idea of statical process control (SPC) if we ever get involved with any high-volume products. And of course, once our new ERP system goes live, I’ll be able to harness statistics for other projects too.

Congratulations Jason, we are so proud of you for your hard work!

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