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Overview

Auditing suppliers is one of many ways to assess supplier capability and compliance. Supplier audits take time, personnel resources, and budget. A supplier audit system can benefit an organization through the use of data and risk analyses. In addition, the supplier audit process itself can be defined in such a way as to ensure the personnel and budgetary resources are prioritized effectively and efficiently. Supplier audits can be onsite or remote - how does one decide which suppliers to audit, what to audit, how to audit?

Supplier audits are just a part of the supplier management system and there is much to be gained for using the data available as key inputs to planning for and prioritizing supplier audits. As an organization's supplier list grows it is becoming more and more important to utilize quantitative data in the planning and performing of supplier audits.

This webinar will explore tools and techniques for a supplier audit system as well as planning to audit a specific supplier.

Why you should Attend

Organizations in today's globally expanding marketplace are engaging with suppliers that too are global. In addition, these engagements are increasing in complexity; be it process, product, or service complexity. Add to these complexities the requirement for compliance in industry and governmental regulations and organizations look for ways to ensure capability as well as compliance in the supply chain. Auditing suppliers is one of many ways to assess supplier capability and compliance. 

Areas Covered in the Session

  • Why audit suppliers?
  • Types of supplier audits: Product, process, quality management system
  • Who should participate in supplier audits?
  • Planning supplier audits using performance history, criticality of process/product, and supplier risk

Who Will Benefit

Anyone engaging and interacting with suppliers:

  • Supplier Quality Engineer
  • Supplier Quality Manager
  • Purchasing Agent/Buyer
  • Commodity Manager
  • Quality Engineer
  • Quality Manager etc.

Anyone tasked with planning and performing supplier audits:

  • Supplier Quality
  • Supplier Development
  • Purchasing Agents

Speaker Profile

Daniella Picciotti has over 25 years of experience in Supplier Quality Management across an array of industries include aerospace, medical device, and nuclear energy. Currently, Daniella is the principle at QMS Alliance (a quality management systems consultant), is a certified lead ISO9001 auditor, and an instructor for the American Society of Quality (ASQ) providing instruction on supplier life cycle management, supplier risk management and supplier audits. She holds three ASQ certifications: Certified Quality Engineer, Certified Manager of Quality / Organizational Excellence and Certified Supplier Quality Professional.