American Association for Lean Six Sigma Certification
Certified persons may fall out of compliance with AALSSC’s certification for any number of reasons. They include, but not limited to: Being fired from job for unethical actions, being convicted of a crime including corporate crimes, providing false statements, etc.
Certified individuals who fall out of compliance for any reason must notify AALSSC by email or mail within 30 days of non-compliance. Notification must include name, date, current certification number and reason for non-compliance. This process is detailed below and posted on the aalssc.org website.
Certified individual who falls out of compliance will email firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a letter to company headquarters with their name, address, current certification number and reason for non-compliance.
Director of Certification will review and make the decision to either 1) request more information from individual or 2) revoke the person’s certification. If revoked director will:
- Mail a formal letter notifying individual of decision
- Update certification tracker to show no longer certified
- Make copies of all correspondence and file in “revoked certifications”