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Our Section primarily serves quality professionals in the Greater Salt Lake area, but we welcome anyone who is interested in joining us. We provide events that foster learning, growth, networking, and certification in all areas quality. Come join us!

The ASQ Salt Lake Section is also   https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3396163/
 Please check back for updates on the rescheduling of activities.  And join The ASQ Salt Lake Section LinkedIn group https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3396163/.

The ASQ Salt Lake Section Leadership team is pleased to announce our Section’s new online community in myASQ, where you can participate in discussions, access and post resources online, and find information about local ASQ events.  This website will be the primary source of information and is fully integrated with the ASQ website, so you only need one ID and password to access all your ASQ content, events, certification information, etc.

Please visit the new community website by using the link,  https://my.asq.org/communities/home/251


*Please Note:  You will need to log into the platform before you’re directed to our community page.  Click the link and then log in to the forum with your ASQ ID/Password (the same ID/PW you use on www.asq.org).

 What's Going On . . .
Virtual Presentation


Presentation: Combating Normalization of Deviance

Presenter: Keith Johnson

Date: 15 April 2021

Registration: https://asq.webex.com/asq/onstage/g.php?MTID=e01ec488fafc024744e5c0a58f1474153

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.

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April Section Meeting - Combating Normalization of Deviance

Despite best intentions, processes are subject to entropy. The tendency of processes to gradually drift from what is prescribed to something undesirable is the normalization of deviance—when actions that deviate from the expected become normal. Diane Vaughan initially used the term to describe the deterioration of decision and communication processes that led to the Challenger disaster. The question, of course, that will be considered in our section meeting is what can be done to identify and reverse these slips from the norm as quickly and effectively as possible.

Keith Johnson has been a member of the Salt Lake ASQ section for more than 30 years.  He values the many opportunities he has had to associate with and learn from other members of the section. As an industrial engineer, he has worked in electronic manufacturing and natural gas distribution, primarily in process, quality, and project management.  He is a licensed engineer, ASQ CQE and CMQOE, and certified as a Project Management Professional and PMI-Risk Management Professional.

· By attending this event, ASQ members will ear0.5 re-certification units.

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