Yes, it is based on ISO 9001 and has more details for automotive companies
No, it is a Technical Specification based on Military standard 16949
Yes, it is just a different name of the same standard
Quite detailed : they mention analysis of claims from the field, how to make a control plan, how to deal with NG parts
Not very detailed, as ISO standards are quite generic
Extremely detailed : there is a list of 234 very precise requirements that a company must follow strictly to be certified
Pre-production /pre-series phase and ramp-up phase are mentionned only slightly.
Building of a control plan is mentionned very shortly
Use of FMEA is not mentionned
At least its internal processes as stated by their process map,
Auditing products is necessary and good enough, as company strives to get customer satisfaction
Auditing industrial process is necessary and good enough, as quality of product is a result of a good process
At least its internal processes as stated by their process map,but process audit and product audit should be conducted as well
Internal audits are conducted to comply with ISO TS requirements
Internal audits are conducted to check conformity to internal procedures
Internal audits are conducted to check conformity to internal procedures, and also to find opportunities for improvement
Yes they are, as they should reflect customer satisfaction and be split down to the process and explained to the workers
No they are not, as it takes a lot of time to make charts and calculation, and it is better to spare time to work on the product.
Yes they are, as they enable to measure progress and results of action plans
In case company has less than 200 employees, it is not necessary as people know each other
In case company has less than 100 employees, it is not necessary as people know each other
Yes, because it shows the role of everyone and the importance given to quality inside the company
A minimum of 52 indicators is required by ISO TS. It includes quality performance, cost, environment, health and safety.
Main performance indicators should not be more than 20 for any middle size company, otherwise it is too complicatde to follow. It may include, cost, environment, health and safety.
There should be only one indicator, linked to return on investment.
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