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ASQ’s standards experts are knowledgeable about the application of standards in the following areas:
ISO 9000 / quality management
ISO 14000 / environmental management
AS9100 / aerospace
TS 16949 / automotive
Z1.4, Z1.9 / sampling, tables, inspection by attributes, zero defects
ISO 26000 / social responsibility
ISO 19011 / auditing, document control
Calibration / measurements
Inspection / manufacturing
Medical devices & FDA regulated industries
Statistical methods, control charts
Statistical process control
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