Chad Kymal is the CTO and founder of Omnex Inc., an
international consulting and training organization headquartered in the United
States. After graduating from the General Motors Institute, Chad spent a number
of years working at General Motors and KPMG before joining Omnex. Over the
course of Chad’s successful career, he has served on the Malcolm Baldrige Board
of Examiners and has received numerous quality achievement awards, including
the Quality Professional of the Year award by the American Society for Quality
(ASQ) Automotive Division in 2005. In addition to his bachelor’s degree from
GMI, Chad holds both a master’s degree in industrial and operations engineering
from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the University of Michigan and
an MBA Cum Laude from the University of Michigan. He is a member of Tau Beta
Chad is the President of Omnex Systems a software provider
of ISO 9001, 14001 and 27001 management systems including risk tools such as
FMEA and Control Plans. Omnex software is used globally by organizations such
as Bose, Micron, NXP, Valeo and others.
Chad both developed and teaches management system courses
for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 27001, and OHSAS 18001 / ISO 45001, as well as an
Integrated Management Systems Lead Auditor training course where standards are
combined. Chad is the founder of AQSR, a
global registrar that routinely provided integrated audits in QMS, EMS, and
Omnex has been working in many different industries
including Automotive, Medical Devices, Software Services, Aerospace, Semiconductors
and High Tech industries for 30 years and Omnex principals
been active in writing different management standards such as ISO 9001, ISO
OSHAS 18001/45001, AS9100, FMEA, SPC, MSA and others.
Chad is the author of seven books and more than 100 papers
including several on integrated
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