On Tuesday, March 10 come to "The Secret To Great BBQ" ASQ Meeting happening at Shilo Inn 50 Comstock Boulevard Richland, Washington. Check in will be at 5:30 in the afternoon, buffet Dinner will follow at 6:00 and presentation at 6:45.
Details of the Event
The featured speaker at the March 10 dinner meeting of the local ASQ (American Society for Quality) section will be Tim Staton. His talk “The Secret to Great BBQ” focuses Behavior Based Quality (BBQ). It has been said that BBQ is modeled after Behavior Based Safety (BBS) because it has proven to be a vital part of successful safety programs in many industries. BBS programs carefully track safety behaviors that result in varying degrees of unwanted outcomes. Effort and attention are applied to the mix as soon as the numbers start to show a trend in the wrong direction. Since behaviors are what a person says or does and what a person doesn’t say or do it is important that we take a look at what we want the worker to say or do from a quality perspective. If we continue the comparison between BBS and BBQ we might ask ourselves what behaviors will be considered “at risk” behaviors, what behaviors result in quality “first aid” events, quality “near misses”, and what might even be considered a quality “fatality”.
Tim will lead an interactive discussion that will provide a practical recipe for a great BBQ!
Cost is $20 for ASQ members, $24 for non-members, or $5 for the presentation only.
Reservations are requested by March 9. Email Panda_2@charter.net or call 509-371-2221.
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