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ASQAmerican Society for Quality
ASQAscension Island (US DoD radar)
ASQAirport Service Quality (Airports Council International)
ASQAdministrative Science Quarterly
ASQAutomated Software Quality
ASQArab Studies Quarterly
ASQAllowable Sale Quantity
ASQAccount Security Question
ASQAges & Stages Questionnaires
ASQAmerican String Quartet (est. 1974)
ASQAssociation des Sexologues du Québec
ASQAsterisque (Société Mathématique de France)
ASQArbeitsgemeinschaft für Statistische Qualitatskontrolle (German: Association for Statistical Quality Control)
ASQAllowable Sale Quality
ASQAlternate Source Qualification
ASQAnother Stupid Question
ASQAbteilung Spallations Quelle
ASQAgents Serving the Queue (Sprint)
ASQAngle Slotted Quartz Technology, Inc (San Clemente, California; semiconductor wafer carriers)
ASQAssociation Sportive de Quille (French sports association; Flevy, France)
ASQAverage Sales Quantity
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2, ASQC Basic References in Quality Control, Statistical Techniques, American Society for Quality Control, Milwaukee, Wis, USA, 1979.
A week earlier, Anderson also struck a strategic alliance with the local chapter of the American Society for Quality, a global nonprofit organization that promotes high quality standards in business and government.
He is the 2010 recipient of The American Society for Quality Edwards Medal, presented to individuals who have "demonstrated the most outstanding leadership in the application of modern quality control methods, especially through the organization and administration of such work." By Douglas Beigel.
The American Society for Quality in Qatar's Local Membership Community (ASQ-LMC Qatar) has held a technical seminar about two important newly evolved management systems -- information security and business continuity.
The American Society for Quality meeting will consider "the new role of quality" under the theme, "First Do No Harm, Then Make No Waste: Proven Methods and Tools for Safe and Efficient Global Healthcare." For more information, visit www.asq.org.
Pilarz is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the American Society for Quality.
THE RAJIV Gandhi International Airport ( RGIA), Hyderabad, and Indira Gandhi International Airport ( IGIA) in Delhi, both built and operated by the GMR Groupled consortia have been ranked first and fourth best airports in their respective categories in the world, according to the latest ASQ ( American Society For Quality) rankings of the Airports Council International ( ACI).
While at Norton's, in 1980 he was the named "Inspector of the Year" by the Worcester section of the American Society for Quality Control.
Formerly known as the American Society for Quality, Milwaukee-based ASQ administers the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program awards, and other standards and training programs and has a global membership of 85,000 professionals.
ASQ (American Society for Quality) has launched the ASQ Learning Institute[TM] to help quality professionals obtain the education and training needed to stay competitive in a struggling economy and beyond.
The American Society for Quality, for example, puts forth two definitions of quality: "the characteristics of a product or service that bear on its ability to satisfy stated or implied needs" or "a product or service free of deficiencies." And Six Sigma, which certifies if something is of quality, measures its presence by using a formula that calculates the number of defects per million opportunities.
This handbook by Benbow (principal, Iowa Quality Systems) and Broome (engineering technology, East Tennessee State U.) describes the theory and tools found in the Body of Knowledge for the Reliability Engineer certification of ASQ (the American Society for Quality).
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