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Steven Prevette

Steven Prevette, Lecturer

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Steve Prevette is an advocate of Dr. Deming’s management methods and applies Statistical Process Control to performance metrics. He is a Fellow of the American Society for Quality, and also an ASQ Certified Quality Engineer. Steve retired from Fluor corporation where he supported statistical analysis at nuclear sites in Ontario, Ohio, South Carolina, and Idaho.

This includes development and oversight of Statistical Process Control based Contractor Assurance and other performance metrics at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories and Savannah River National Laboratory. He has been active with the American Society for Quality since 1996. His home is in Graniteville SC with his wife Jennie, two dogs, and the “train room” which was published in Kalmbach’s “Great Model Railroads 2015".

Steve started his career as a US Navy nuclear submarine officer. At the end of the Cold War, he left the Navy and was hired by Westinghouse Hanford as a Tank Farms Maintenance Supervisor. Steve was transferred to the desk job of running performance indicators in June 1993 and served in that role for various Department of Energy contractors for 28 years.