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Journal Kompetentnost': 9-10 / 160-161 / 2018


  • 1
    Coordination Processes Planning of Participants in New Educational Technologies
    Authors: Dr. N.G. Bazadze, Professor of Department, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Moscow, Russia, n-bazadze@yandex.ru 
    V.A. Krasnoshtanov, Assistant of Department, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Moscow, Russia, jorav1991@mail.ru
    We showed the researchers result at the Moscow Aviation Institute on cartographic development of the organizational processes in the potential personnel training in the rocket and space industry. The curriculum should consider and implement the requirements of organizational planning for future processes, we believe. Also it should participate in their implementation to assess the competencies development level. We had describe the experience of developing and applying a map of organizational planning for basic educational processes. They allow you to track the stages according to standard and actual time, monitor deviations and measures of preventive management. This reduces the risk of stalling or delaying processes, preventing transitions from the laminar flow of labor to the turbulent phase of the process. Potential staff must have all the necessary competencies for competitive development and be prepared in such a way that their professional and organizational adaptation in the enterprise takes place as soon as possible. Involving students in the preparatory process of the practice allows them to familiarize themselves with the features of the organizational culture, evaluate the feasibility of their proposed changes in the accepted practice programs and coordinate the activities of all participants in the process — the practice leaders from the institute, the mentors in the enterprise and the students themselves. Assessment of the development competence level in organizational planning is carried out by the a posteriori method after experimental approbation of developments in real organizational and managerial tasks or in the framework of henatural modeling. This allows future specialists not only to get acquainted with new tools of self- organization and self-development, but also to implement them in their own practice and to assess the development of their own organizational competencies.
  • 2
    Vibration Сontrol and Diagnostics of Machinery: from Theory to Training
    Authors: Prof. Dr. F.V. Bulygin, Deputy Science Director, FSUE All-Russian Research Institute of Metrological Service (ARRIMS), Head of Department, Academy of Metrology, Standardization and Certification, Moscow, Russia, fbulygin@vniims.ru 
    Dr. M.Yu. Prilepko, Leading Researcher, Motion Parameters Laboratory, FSUE ARRIMS, Moscow, Russia, prilepko@vniims.ru
    Strict requirements for trouble-free and safe operation of machinery require accurate measurement of vibration characteristics and analysis of its frequency composition. This defines both the task of minimizing vibration at the current moment, and forecasting possible scenarios and timelines for the development of detected defects that could lead to an emergency situation.
    Therefore, we have developed a new curriculum to improve the skills of specialists in the field of vibrometry and diagnostics of machinery. Then we investigated the relevance of individual program topics. To do this, we analyzed the existing programs and conducted a survey of respondents.
    We proposed a modular principle of program that allows you to use its individual modules and their combinations, both for one-time advanced training and for implementing the cumulative principle of learning by mastering individual sections and topics of the program.
    The training program gives an insight into the students not only about the technical aspects of the vibration measurement process, but also an understanding of the need to introduce vibration measurement tools in the legal field and to ensure the metrological traceability of measurement tools to primary standards.
    So, the main sections of the program of additional professional education are given, the circle of potential students is outlined. The proposed theoretical course and laboratory workshop will allow students to acquire new competencies in the form of knowledge, skills and experience with vibration measurement tools.
  • 3
    Model of Standardization Innovation System in Сompanies
    Authors: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Prof. I.I. Antonova, Vice-rector, Head of Integrated Management Systems Department, Private Educational Institution of Higher Education, V.G. Timiryasov Kazan Innovative University, Honorary Worker of Higher Professional Education of Russia, Republic of Tatarstan Honored Worker of Higher Education, Kazan, Tatarstan Republic, Russia 
    А.Т. Khadieva, Senior Teacher, Integrated Management Systems Department, Private Educational Institution of Higher Education, V.G. Timiryasov Kazan Innovative University, Kazan, Tatarstan Republic, Russia
    We worked out the model of the innovative activity standardization system, for description of that we suggest to use a block-model.
    An offer axonometric model must reflect multilevel structural-functional character of examined control system. For its analysis at quantitative level we suggest to use the rational language of description of model, worked out by a professor V.Ya. Belobragin. It will allow to overcome quality ideas about functions and structure of the regional system, and also quantitative expressions of present in its intercommunications.
    For description of management aims, general and private to a block-models efficiency, the system of criteria and indexes is required. We consider that taking into account the specific of regional features for this level of management the construction of the system of criteria and indexes mainly comparable with branch belonging of organizations is needed.
  • 4
    Model for Analyzing Wave Processes in Information Channels
    Authors: Dr. A.K. Tabunshchikov, Associate Professor, Russian University of Transport, Moscow, Russia 
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yu.A. Baryshev, Head, Electrical Measurements Department, FSAEI FVT ASMS, Moscow, Russia, baryshev@asms.ru 
    A.S. Kuz’min, Postgraduate, Russian University of Transport, Moscow, Russia
    We believe that in order to reduce the risks arising from emergency situations in railway transport, their system analysis and the search for ways to eliminate and prevent hazards are needed. Studies have shown that one of the main causes of failure in transmitting information to the locomotive is the presence of interference in the information channels. In our opinion, the study of the nature of interference should be carried out using a metrologically sound mathematical model, for which it is necessary to develop appropriate standard measurement techniques.
    For the analysis of wave processes in rail wires and conductors located along the path, we offer the Wolfram Mathematica computer algebra system, software that has great potential in the field of computation and in the field of visualization of the data obtained.
  • 5
    Technical Committee Best Available Technologies: New Directions for Development
    Authors: M.A. Volosatova, Specialist, Department of Standardization, Methodology and Assessment of BAT, Federal State Autonomous Institution Research Institute Environmental Industrial Policy Center (FSAU Research Institute EIPC), Moscow, Russia, m.volosatova@eipc.center 
    Dr. О.V. Grevtsov, Head, Department of Standardization, Methodology and Assessment of BAT, FSAU Research Institute EIPC, Moscow, Russia 
    Dr. M.V. Begak, Leading Researcher, Saint-Petersburg Research Center for Ecological Safety of the Russian Academy of Sciences (NCEB RAS), Federal State Budgetary Institution of Science, Leading Researcher, FSAU Research Institute EIPC, Moscow, Russia
    In the Russian Federation, Best Available Techniques (BAT) are identified and Reference Documents (BREF) are developed within the standardization process. Technical Committee TC 113 was established in 2014. At the initial stage, TC 113 supported development of a number of national standards which made a methodological basis for the future drawing up of the Russian Reference Documents on Best Available Techniques (BREFs). Since its establishment, TC 113 has been assuring that Technical Working Groups draw up and review BREFs and national BAT-related standards in accordance with the standardization requirements.

    In 2015–2017, 51 BREFs were drawn up for major sectors of economy such as metallurgy, mining, energy generation, hydrocarbon exploration and extraction, chemical and construction materials industry, etc. Since 2018, TC 113 has been co- ordinating development of the national standards which have to support Russian industries implementing BATs, improving environmental self-monitoring practices, preparing environmental performance enhancement programmes and applying for integrated environmental permits. Thereby a principally new system of national standards in the field of Best Available Techniques is being formed to support achievement of the strategic national development objectives and implementation of the national project The Environment in which BATs and technical regulation in the field of resource and energy efficiency form an integral and important part.
  • 6
    State Contracts: Counteraction to Shadow Economic Processes
    Authors: А.А. Bochurov, Deputy, Head, Economic Safety and Anti-Corruption State Department Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in St.-Petersburg and Leningrad Region, St.-Petersburg, Russia, anbo1976@mail.ru 
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. А.Kh. Kurbanov, Professor, Material Support Department, General A.V. Khrulev Military Academy of Material and Technical Support Army, St.-Petersburg, Russia, kurbanov-83@yandex.ru 
    V.G. Shil’nikov, Officer, Military Division 63572, St.-Petersburg, Russia
    The existence of shadow economic processes is an objective reality not only of modern economic relations. They have their own history, are distinguished by their industry specificity and are manifested at the macro-, meso- and microlevels. From the standpoint of ensuring state interests, it is impossible to ignore shadow economic processes. With the right approach, the availability of an administrative resource, it is possible not only to reduce their negative impact on the economy, but also to eliminate it in principle.

    We examined the features of countering shadow economic processes in enterprises participating in the execution of government contracts, analyzed the methods for assessment and counteraction to these processes.

    The results of the study can be demanded by control bodies during the work on the identification of shadow economic processes at the stage of their formation, during localization and elimination at all stages.
  • 7
    Assessing of the Russia Security in the Militarytechnical Sphere. Methodical Approach
    Authors: Prof. Dr. Prof. V.L. Lyaskovskiy, Senior Researcher, Federal State Budgetary Institution 46th Central Scientific Research Institute, Moscow, Russia, dop_big@mail.ru 
    Dr. Assoc. Prof. S.S. Smirnov, Deputy Head of Directorate, Federal State Budgetary Institution 46th Central Scientific Research Institute, Moscow, Russia, sss-smirnov@mail.ru 
    D.V. Nesterov, Senior Researcher, Federal State Budgetary Institution 46th Central Scientific Research Institute, Moscow, Russia, nester1986@mail.ru
    The timely forecasting of security threats in the military-technical sphere for the near and long term with the identification of the most probable and dangerous, as well as the formation of measures to counter them is a necessary condition for developing a rational military-technical policy of the state. We have developed a generalized algorithm for assessing the security of the Russian Federation in the military-technical sphere, which includes several stages. We believe, the use of this method makes it possible to obtain a quantitative assessment of Russia’s security in the military-technical sphere when applying possible measures of parry at various time intervals. This approach should be used when planning measures of the State Armaments Program, as well as other programs related to defense research aimed at countering threats to the security of the Russian Federation in the military-technical sphere.
  • 8
    Standardization as an Industry and the Basis for Successful Advancement into the Future
    Authors: G.P. Bunin, Specialist, JSC Scientific and Technical Center of Modern Navigation Technologies Internavigation, Honored Standardizer of Russia, Moscow, Russia 
    М.B. Plushchevskiy, Chief Methodologist of the Program, Assistant of the State Civil Service I Class, Full Member of the IPO Academy of Quality Problems, Moscow, Russia, mplushevsky@gost.ru
    Basis for improving standardization as an industry, its specific forms and methods is appropriate to put the methodology of strategic structuring, we believe. This will help to get a visual and capacious understanding of the strategies of activities to ensure the sustainable development of the object.

    Standardization in the field of defense products should be one of the strategic directions for the development and improvement of the Russian standardization system. Today, it is knowledge and high technologies that determine the efficiency of the economy, make it possible to radically improve the quality of life of people, modernize infrastructure and public administration, and ensure law and order and security. Standardization as an industry can be successful only when all directions of its legislative, regulatory, technical, personnel and organizational and structural improvement will be immediately put into practice.

    We are confident that standardization should simultaneously be viewed as an activity and a management system, as a science that takes into account the challenges of our time, including crises in waste-processing industries. Only the relationship of all these components will give a significant effect in future development.
  • 9
    Application of the Processual Approach to the Normative Technical Documents Development
    Authors: Dr. Kh.A. Nevmyatullina, Associate Professor, Russian D.I. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology, Moscow, Russia, knevm@mail.ru T.S. Gorelenkova, Head of the Gokhran of Russia, Moscow, Russia, tgorelenkova@gokhran.ru 
    I.V. Popov, Graduate Student, Russian D.I. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology, Moscow, Russia, popov_iv_95@mail.ru
    Modern quality management systems based on ISO 9000 series standards rely on the processual approach. Documentation is one of the main elements of QMS. We believe, well-written documents are the key to successful and effective work of the organization. The use of a processual approach in their creation will increase the level of decision- making and responsibility of employees.

    The presence of competent technological instructions allows you to quickly solve problems and transfer knowledge to new employees, we believe. The application of the process approach in documenting processes makes it possible to create logically structured, understandable documents for both employees and inspecting specialists. The description of a specific process in its practical sequence makes the document accessible and easy to understand.

    The result of our work was the development of instructions for accepting packages in the organization.

    Thus, the application of the document created using the process approach, among other things, will allow you to focus on key processes and their improvement; quickly and efficiently analyze selected processes; reduce the number of violations and improve the efficiency of process management.
  • 10
    Audit of the Pharmaceutical Substances Suppliers in the Enterprise Management System
    Authors: Dr. A.A. Spiridonova, Associate Professor, Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education MIREA — Russian Technological University, Moscow, Russia, al.spiridonova@gmail.com 
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. E.G. Khomutova, Professor, Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education MIREA — Russian Technological University, Moscow, Russia, khomutova@mail.ru 
    S.A. Galsanova, Graduate Student, Metrology and Standardization Department, Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education MIREA — Russian Technological University, Moscow, Russia, ts.s.a@mail.ru
    In accordance with the Good Manufacturing Practice, raw materials of a pharmaceutical manufacturing enterprise must be procured only from approved suppliers. There are many methods for selecting and evaluating suppliers.
    We believe that conducting an audit allows you to get a reliable understanding of the organization of the supplier’s activities and developed guidelines for conducting audit of pharmaceutical substances suppliers.
    At the first stage, potential suppliers of the required pharmaceutical substance are searched (if it’s planned to purchase this type of feedstock for the first time). Then audit planning is carried out. A group of auditors together with a potential supplier draws up and coordinates an audit program. Next, a direct assessment of the supplier at the place of pharmaceutical substances production is carried out on the basis of the Protocol.
    When evaluating potential suppliers according to the criteria of the Protocol, a list of counterparties is formed with which further work is carried out. The next step is to compile an audit report, where the expert group summarizes the entire audit, and concludes whether the supplier is approved or not according to the audit results. If the supplier is approved, if necessary, an additional assessment of the supplier can be made.
    This is how the idea of the risks and opportunities that may arise with further relationships with the supplier.
  • 11
    Perfection of Quality Management at Enterprises of Agroindustrial Complex
    Authors: Dr. P.V. Golinitskiy, Metrology Senior Lecturer, Standardization and Quality Management Department of the Russian State Agrarian University, Moscow Agricultural Academy of K.A. Timiryazev, Moscow, Russia, gpv@rgau-msha.ru 
    Yu.G. Vergazova, Metrology Senior Lecturer, Standardization and Quality Management Department of the Russian State Agrarian University, Moscow Agricultural Academy of K.A. Timiryazev, Moscow, Russia 
    U.Yu. Antonova, Metrology Assistant, Standardization and Quality Management Department of the Russian State Agrarian University, Moscow Agricultural Academy of K.A. Timiryazev, Moscow, Russia, ulkabr07@mail.ru
    Similarly, modern methodologies and concepts in the field of quality management at the repair enterprises of the agroindustrial complex on the process approach are considered. Systematization of inconsistencies and reporting on them in quality cost forms, planning for their proper redistribution (corrective measures) is one of the primary tasks for quality specialists and company employees responsible for certain processes, we believe. That is, the implementation of the organizational scheme of monitoring the cost of quality. The formation of a modern QMS at a machine-building and repair enterprise requires the simultaneous use of Lean production methods and

    6 sigma based on the process approach. At the same time, mechanisms are launched that allow forming critical points and adjusting the accounting of losses in production processes, introduce modern tools, tools and methods of quality management, as well as analyze the positive and negative dynamics of elements of quality costs.
  • 12
    Mechatronic Systems for Equipment Component Quality Control
    Authors: Dr. V.S. Laguta, General Director, Institute of Industrial Researches, Moscow, Russia, institut@imail.ru 
    A.Yu. Malykhin, Acting Chief, Department Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia, mo_lex@mail.ru
    Substantially to bring down risk of the difficult technical systems introduction already on the stage of pre-production models development, verification of the planned properties and possibilities of the created technical system elements comes true with the use of the special programmatic-technical complexes, so-called мechatronic systems.
    We investigated the problem of creation of the mechatronic systems for the test of corresponding equipment. There is an enormous variety of the designed and incul- cated technical objects. We consider, creation of мechatronic devices for quality of standards of the created technique control always remains an individual task. And this task depends on the certain required properties and operating descriptions, although some positions remain general. For a programmatic management a process is work out the specialized interface. The cost of creation of the мechatronic systems can appear too high. Therefore the criterion of their use is a size of risk of project on the whole.
    We gave an examples of testing using MS elements of equipment and equipment control systems test of MS elements of equipment and sensor-based systems.
  • 13
    Future Quality Leadership in IT-Age
    Authors: V.N. Yakimova, Head, Department of Perspective Development, Novosibirsk Branch of ASMC, Novosibirsk, Russia, vyakimova@asmsnsk.ru
    Over the past decades, the Asian network for quality (ANQ), which brings together the national quality organizations of the Asian region, has been working hard to promote quality in Asia. Although it is a relatively young international organization, ANQ has managed to find its place among the international quality leaders.
    In September 2018, the 16th Asian Congress ANQ was held in Kazakhstan. The event was organized by the Kazakhstan organization of quality and innovation management with the support of ANQ.
    The Congress was held in order to organize a multilateral exchange of achievements of recognized scientists and experts in the field of quality and innovation management. It was attended by more than 300 quality specialists from 18 countries. For each country the Congress has become an excellent platform for the exchange of valuable experience, acquaintance with best practices in the promotion of quality.

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