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Continuously improve quality and reduce waste with an effective Quality Management System.

Purdue MEP has expertise in analyzing quality issues and developing quality management strategies to improve manufacturing operations.  To ensure success, your company must consistently deliver products at optimum quality, at competitive prices, on-time, with minimal waste. A quality management system (QMS) that is updated and maintained, meets requirements, and directs your organization’s activities can be a key element to meeting these goals. Purdue MEP provides cost-effective and results-oriented resources, expertise, and training on quality improvement and QMS that help improve your bottom-line.

How Purdue MEP can help:

  • Quality management system preparation and implementation for the following        
          quality management standards:
    • ISO 9001
    • ISO 13485
    • ISO 14001
    • AS 9100D
    • IATF 16949
    • Nadcap
  • GAP analysis
  • QMS implementation
  • QMS software implementation 
Internal Auditing

Purdue MEP experts, certified by the Registrar Accreditation Board (RAB), can perform regular audits of your operations. These audits are designed to show conformance, judge effectiveness, and identify improvements that can increase productivity and profitability.
On-site training
  • Quality Management Standard Overview
  • Quality Management Internal Auditor Training
  • Quality Core Tools (APQP, MSA, SPC, PFMEA, PPAP, including Control Plan)
  • Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)
  • Writing Procedures and Work Instructions
  • Risk Management 


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Cindy Farrer
Cindy Farrer
Senior Services Manager, Quality & Supply Chain

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