The Editor’s Corner | Mot de l’éditeur

By Michael Bournazian, Eng., Newsletter Editor, ASQ Senior Member, Quality Management Professional, CSSGB

Late last year, I helped organize and participated in a 2-day Supplier Quality workshop in my company. One of the things that I did at the start of each day’s sessions was to present a safety moment. On Day 1, I presented a one-pager on safe driving habits during the winter season, timely as we were about to enter the snowy season. On Day 2, I focused on safe practices when dealing with hazardous materials in the workplace.

More and more when I attend workshops, all-hands presentations, etc., I find that these events are starting with safety moments. And it is good to see, for in my humble opinion, there is plenty of crossover between Safety and Quality, whether it be during our working time or our personal time.

So going forward in 2023 and beyond, please do your best to assure your own personal safety in anything you do, as I am sure no one would want to be the subject of the headline below, which caught my eye as I was starting my first day of work in 2023.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Neither the “C” word nor the “P” word were used during the writing of this article.


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