Enhance ISO 9001 with IATF 16949

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Sho dan, which is Japanese for a first degree black belt martial arts practitioner, does not mean "expert;" it means "first step." ISO 9001:2015 is similarly just a first step toward world class organizational performance. 


The automotive quality management systems standard IATF 16949 consists of ISO 9001 plus additional requirements. While some are not directly relevant to most ISO 9001 users, others are of vital importance because they cover risks and opportunities that ISO 9001 does not address, at least not explicitly. As but a few examples,

·  ISO 9001:2015 clause 6.1 on actions to address risks and opportunities addresses supply chain risks only by implication.  IATF 16949 clause 6.1.2.3 addresses continuity of operations directly.

·  IATF 16949 stresses the need to address process effectiveness and efficiency as well as quality.

·  ISO 9001 requires calibration or verification of measuring equipment, but not assessment of gage precision; IATF 16949 does, and the Automotive Industry Action Group offers an extensive manual on measurement systems analysis (MSA).

·  IATF 16949 clause 8.6.6 adds to ISO 9001's requirements for release of products or services a target of zero defects; the webinar will describe some off-the-shelf methods (per Shigeo Shingo) with which to achieve this.

·  Henry Ford credited his workforce with many if not most of his company's world-class productivity improvement. IATF 16949 requires a process for worker motivation and empowerment.

·  IATF 16949 puts extra focus on failure mode effects analysis (FMEA) and control plans to address risks associated with product or service realization processes. AIAG offers manuals to support FMEA and control plans as well. Standardized work is meanwhile a tool to not just ensure consistency of output but to support continual improvement.

·  IATF 16949  clause 10.2.3 adds a requirement for a documented process for problem solving—a requirement not found in ISO 9001. AIAG offers an excellent manual, CQI-20, on Effective Problem Solving. The importance of this cannot be overemphasized because problem solving supports corrective and preventive action—a  major source of ISO 9001 and IATF 16949 findings, and also FDA Form 483 citations. The AIAG problem solving process also goes further than traditional root cause analysis by addressing not only the occurrence root cause (why the trouble happened) and the escape root cause (why it reached an internal or external customer) but also the systemic root cause, or why the potential trouble was not identified before it happened.


ISO 9001 is therefore a good start—but it is only that, a start or a first step. This webinar will show what ISO 9001 users need to do to advance from merely "qualified" or "good" to world-class.


LEARNING BENEFITS

Attendees will learn the benefits of adding keyfeatures of IATF 16949 to their existing or planned ISO 9001:2015 qualitymanagement systems to address risks and opportunities that are either notmentioned in ISO 9001, or are merely implied. These include in particular, butare not limited to, risks associated with supply chains and continuity ofoperations, measurement precision, and corrective and preventive action (CAPA)and problem solving—one of the most frequent sources of ISO 9001 and IATF 16949findings as well as FDA 483 citations. Familiarity with IATF 16949 and itssupporting resources will empower attendees to gain significant competitiveadvantages over organizations that seek to comply only with the basicrequirements of ISO 9001.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?


All users of the ISO 9001:2015 qualitymanagement system standard

Professionals from Quality Control, Finance from Manufacturing, Transportation, Chemicals, Retail and Utilities.










































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