Conscious Compliance, How Stakeholder Theory Drove Changes to ISO9001 and AS9100

March 15, 2018
5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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Orange Grove Bistro at CSUN
Orange Grove Bistro on Matador Road, Enter on Zelzah, just north of Nordhoff. Before parking, go to Information booth on Lindley and get a "GUEST" parking pass.
Northridge, CA

Professional Development Meeting

Conscious Compliance, How Stakeholder Theory Drove Changes to ISO9001 and AS9100 

 Presented by, Brian Buss, CQE, Cambio Services. 

Description: What can Whole Foods Market and Volkswagen teach us about the new version of ISO9001 and AS9100?

ISO9001 and the aerospace specific requirements found in AS9100 have recently been re-written resulting in new or altered requirements for your organizations.  As the September 2018 deadline to recertify to the new requirements of ISO9001:2015 and AS9100 Rev D approaches, many organizations are implementing changes to align with these new requirements.

In the March PDM, we won’t just cover the changes to ISO9001 and AS9100, but we will also examine what business trends pushed global organizations to reconsider their approach to quality and supply chain compliance.  What changes directly impact purchasing, scheduling, and supply chain management teams?  If you’re just beginning your supply chain career or are an experienced organizational leader, what preparation can you take now for hassle-free ISO9001 and AS9100 audits?

 About our Speaker: 

Brian Buss is an ASQ Certified Quality Engineer, with over 17 years of manufacturing and supply-chain quality assurance experience.  He holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Purdue University where he also created his first HTML website in 1995.  He has combined his love of web-design and his engineering skills in various positions within automotive, aerospace, and contract electronics manufacturing. 

Currently, at CAMBIO Services LLC (, Brian leads the development of innovative web-applications and databases for manufacturing quality management, environmental systems, sustainability and supplier diversity to help global companies simplify compliance to ever-changing regulations.

Registration info: Please register by Thursday, March 8th  to receive the $5 discount. Free self-parking is available for all attendees.

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$30.00 March PDM (Signed-in Member)
$35.00 after 12:00 am March 9

$30.00 March PDM (member-not signed in or member of another APICS chapter)
$35.00 after 12:00 am March 9

$35.00 March PDM-Non Member Ticket
$40.00 after 12:00 am March 9

$15.00 March PDM-Student Price

$30.00 March PDM (member of an ASQ Chapter)
$35.00 after 12:00 am March 9