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Press release from ASQ:

ASQ Grants Fellow Status to Eduardo M. Heidelberg

Milwaukee, Wis., May 7, 2016 — Eduardo M. Heidelberg, of Parlin, NJ, was recently awarded ASQ Fellow status along with 23 other members of the worldwide organization dedicated to and passionate about quality.

ASQ, celebrating 70 years in 2016, recently named the Fellows based on the members’ distinction and pre-eminence in the technology, theory, education, application or management of quality control.

ASQ Fellows represent diverse industries on a global scale. The 2016 Fellows come from companies and organizations such as Honeywell, Cigna, Whirlpool and Google. ASQ currently has more than 650 active Fellows.

Eduardo Heidelberg, QRM Consultants LLC, received Fellow membership status in recognition of his long-term career as a quality practitioner; for continuous dedication to improving the understanding of quality risk management; and for leadership and mentoring efforts at the section, division and national levels within ASQ.

Eduardo Heidelberg has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and an MBA from Rutgers University, and has broad experience in the industry, having served in Research and Quality positions for over 40 years. He is the Managing Principal of QRM Consultants LLC, a firm that specializes in Quality Risk Management and Quality Compliance in support of clients in the Pharmaceutical, Bio-Technology and Medical Devices industries. He retired from Pfizer, Inc. where he was a Senior Manager in Quality Compliance and was the Quality Risk Management Leader for Pfizer Global Manufacturing. Prior to his service at Pfizer, Inc., he also served for many years in ever more responsible R&D and Quality management positions at Carter Wallace, Inc. He has served ASQ in many leadership positions, and is Certified by ASQ as a Six Sigma Black Belt, Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence, Quality Engineer, and Pharmaceutical GMP Professional. He is an Emeritus member of the Society of Cosmetics Chemists and was a Pfizer Global Health Fellow, helping Project Hope in support of underserved families in Honduras.


ASQ announces Computer Based Testing for Certification Exams

Based on extensive market analysis and feedback from our loyal members, ASQ is moving the administration of all certification exams from paper and pencil to computer based test, or CBT, delivery. The change will occur for all exams scheduled to take place from Sept. 28, 2016, onwards. AQ will partner with one of the world’s leading testing and assessment providers to fulfill a desire of ASQ members to offer a variety of additional benefits including:

  • Additional annual exam administrations: from two to six
  • Additional days available for testing: from four per year to 102
  • Convenience of retesting: reduced from 6 months to 2 months
  • More test locations: from 350 to 8,000
  • Faster test results: from 10 days to 0-4 days (except for CSSMBB and CMQ/OE, which require paper scoring).

All English exam products will transition to CBT with the October and December 2016 administrations. Translated exam products will be available beginning with the March 2017 exams.