John J Guzik
President, Impact Management, Hanover, PA, USA
John Guzik has a deep background that includes quality,
environmental, and occupational health & safety management,
production/manufacturing, journalism, and consulting. As the Founder &
President of Impact Management, Mr. Guzik’s operations provide consulting,
training, auditing, and sustainment services for non-profit and for-profit
organizations in the manufacturing and service industries in both the public
and private sectors. Throughout his consulting career, he has successfully
guided 105 client organizations through the various phases of preparation and
implementation for registration to ISO 9001, 13485, and 14001 and OHSAS 18001
management systems, as well as integrated management systems addressing these
In addition, Mr. Guzik serves as a participating member on the U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to ISO/TC176 and ASQ ASC Z1-Q Subcommittee on Quality Management. As such, John actively served in the development and revision of ISO 9001:2015 and other related ISO standards, as well as interpretation of these standards. He has served in numerous US and international leadership roles, including:
• Team Member Interpretations Committee
• US Task Lead – Design & Development clause CD comments and recommended text for international submission
• US Task Lead – Design & Development clause DIS comments and recommended text for international submission
• Team Member – Performance Indicators clause DIS comments and recommended text for international submission
• Team Member – US Validation Survey
• US Team Leader – International Validation Survey
• US Delegate to ISO/TC176 SC3
• Convener of ISO/TC 176 SC3 JWG21 – Guidance on people involvement and engagement
Previously, John held the position of ISO 9000 Program Manager for BSI Training, where he delivered numerous onsite and public training sessions relating to various aspects of understanding, implementing, and auditing ISO 9001, ISO 13485, ISO14001, and OHSAS 18001.
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