Quality 4.0: The Future of Quality Starts Here

Concurrent Session

M31 - Enhancing Quality Through Improved Quality Reports

Monday, April 30
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: WSCC Ballroom 6B

Level: Intermediate

Division: Aviation, Space & Defense Division

The necessity to keep documents accurate and easy to understand while properly curating an increasingly diverse portfolio of quality control reports requires an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system with suitable quality modules. To meet this demand, our quality department collaborated with a software company to modify the standard quality module of our ERP system. This has enabled electronic tracking of all quality control documents, which in turn simplifies monitoring and analysis, and allows easy access to information for quick interpretation. The immediate impact? Vastly reduced time and effort by the quality department in all aspects of document handling. By publishing all documents in an identical way—using drop-down lists, red lags, check boxes, and other accessories—we nearly eliminated all mistakes. Among the long-term benefits is the ability to run trend analysis on specific parameters.

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Gregory (Grisha) Gorodetsky

CQE, CRE, MSME

Quality, Safety and Environmental Manager
Wipro Givon Ltd.
Haifa, HaZafon, Israel

In the last 6 years, I have held the position of Quality, Safety and Environmental manager of Wipro Givon (Israel). Company supplies metal parts and subassemblies that are used by Boeing (Gold Partnering for Success rating), Gulfstream, and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), etc. We manufacture structural parts that form the fuselage and empennage of the Dreamliner 787.

I began my professional career as mechanical design engineer at the Corporation for Design of Equipment for NDT.

From 1988 I worked at Tadiran Appliances (a Carrier Group).

From 1996 until 2006, I worked at Arad Group, a manufacturer of water meters. I represented my company at the AWWA (American Water Works Association) annual conference demonstrating water meters that I designed.
I was promoted to the position of Quality Manager and brought the company to ISO 9001, 14001 and 17025 certifications.

For two years, I held the position of Quality Manager for SodaStream. At my initiative, the Standards Institution of Israel was certificated by the DOT to provide third-party inspection of high pressure cylinders.

From 2008 until 2012, I held the position of Quality Manager at Rabintex Industries.
I brought improvements to the infrastructure of the ballistics laboratory, resulting in improved reliability of ballistic helmets and vests.
MSME, Samara State Technical University (Russia).
CQE, CRE, Safety Manager.
Member of Israel and American Society for Quality (ASQ & ISQ), member of Society for Safety Officers.

Contributed to CQE Primer (Quality Council of Indiana): my name is included in the list of acknowledgments.

Contributed articles to The Journal of The ISQ and The Magazine for Industry and Management, including: “From Non-Conformities to Performance Improvement,” “Management of Quality Indices,” “The Responsibility for Quality is on the Supplier,” “Computerization of Ballistic Tests,” “Crying of the Road Signs.” Gave presentations at national and international conferences of The ISQ, etc.






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Alan Daniels

QMS Strategy, Integration and Industry Quality Standards Management
The Boeing Company
Seattle, Washington

Alan Daniels currently works for Boeing Commercial Airplanes in the Quality Systems and Skills Integration (QSSI) Organization with the responsibility of the Boeing enterprise QMS strategy, integration, and industry standards management.

International standards activities include:
- Chairman of the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) Requirements Strategy Stream (24 standards),
- Chairlman of the IAQG 9100 team, Convener of ISO Technical Committee 176 Task Group 1 "Communications and Product Support",
- IAQG Liaison to ISO Technical Committee 176 and SC2 and PC 302, and,
- Vice chair of the U.S. ISO Technical Advisory Group (TAG) 176 (2012-2015).

Alan has 35 years of experience in aviation, space and defense manufacturing, engineering and quality.

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