Transition Planning from ISO 9000:1994 to ISO 9001:2000

Engr. Muhammad Amjad

Year:    2000
Category:   Standards
Source:   ICQI 2000 – Pakistan 6th International Convention on Quality Improvement, Lahore
Publisher:   PIQC Institute of Quality

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Author’ Introduction:   

Muhammad Amjad is an Electrical Engineer who graduated from the University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore in 1978. He started his carrier from WAPDA as Assistant Director Planning. He served WAPDA for more than 4 years. In October 1982, he joined SCECO (East) Saudi Arabia as Sr. Electrical Engineer. There he was involved in Design & Planning activities. He worked with this company for more than 9 years.
He returned to Pakistan and joined the Newage Cables (Pvt) Limited as Manager Quality Assurance in 1992. He took extensive training in the field of Quality through participation in number of seminars and International Conventions on Quality. He lead the Newage Cables team to achieve the ISO 9002 certification in May 1997. Newage Cables was among the first 25 companies and First in the field of Cables and Conductors in Pakistan to receive the ISO 9000 Certification. He also presented the case study of Newage Cables in UET and LUMS, Lahore.
He has received his training in the field of Quality from Japan where he participated in an extensive Quality Control training course comprising training and visits to production sites in Osaka. He is a Certified Auditor/Lead Auditor for ISO 9000 QMS (SGS Yarsely UK) and ISO 14000 EMS (IQCS Certification Singapore).
He is Senior Tutor (Part Time) for the Pakistan Institute of Quality Control, Guest Speaker for the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Lahore. He has conducted a number of seminars on ISO 9000 Quality Management System, Statistical Quality Control and Total Quality Management. Presently he is also conducting the Certified Quality Professional course.

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