Tim O'Hanlon, PhD MBA CQP FCQI,

 Principal, GE Healthcare Partners, UK


Tim has an impressive track record of enabling international organizations develop new business strategies and improve their business processes. Using continual professional development, he has ensured that he has remained at the forefront of consultancy delivery for 30 years. Tim has delivered more than 300 assignments in 51 countries. His international experience with world class organisations is impressive and has been enhanced by acting as a company director for more than 25 years. He is a respected consultant with an influential and inspirational style and able to integrate with local cultures and customs.

Tim served as a reviewing officer for the IRCA conducting course reviews and system audits around the world including quality, safety, environmental and security programs. He has written an ASQ best seller on ISO 9001 systems audits and has been recognised as the best speaker at the world ISO 9000/Lean Six Sigma conferences on 2 occasions. Tim has also won 7 Management Consultancies Association awards for change management (6 projects and 1 individual award) including the 2018 International Project of the Year award for the “Perform” program in Saudi Arabia.

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Robert Freeman

The 2019 ISO 9000 & AUDITS WORLD CONFERENCE is focused on providing you and your organization with the information and tools needed to continue this drive toward excellence. This year’s conference will not only continue to prove relevant topics with leading experts in their respective fields, but it more