Takeaways from IATF16949:2016

Posted on: April 1st, 2018  /  By:  /  Posted in: #QUALiTYViVA, IATF, IATF16949, IMS, ISO, Mandatory Documents, Mandatory Records, QMS, Quality  /  Comment: 0

While going through and reading the IATF, points are noted and the collections of these points are found to be useful as a bird eye view or can be called as takeaways. Same are furnishing here with, hope may be useful:
  1. Group of major car manufacturer crafted the IATF.
  2. IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 to be read separately.
  3. IATF controls certification from 50 offices.
  4. Goals of IATF16949:2016 (a)Continual Improvement. (b)Emphasizing defects prevention. (c)Reduction on variation and waste
  5. Understand the concept of process approach, it’s interesting.
  6. Tools of process approach are: (a)Turtle diagram (b)SIPOC
  7. Understand the need and expectation of interested parties for organization.
  8. Understand the external and internal issues of organizations.
  9. Define the scope of QMS.
  10. Address statutory and regulatory requirement.
  11. Focus on the entire requirement for internal auditor competency.
  12. Focus on the entire requirement for second party auditor competency.
  13. For second party audit following to be noted (a) Supplier risk assessment( b)Supplier monitoring (c) supplier QMS development (d) Product audit (e) Process audit.
  14. Rework: To make product to its original specification.
  15. Repair: Making the product fit for use.
  16. Management review input is part of management review meeting.
  17. It is required to give equal focus and attention to risk base thinking and rest of clause mostly operations.
  18. Embedded software, which are use in car, if product not use embedded software mention in QMS that product does not have requirement of embedded software.
  19. Formulation to be made for OEE(Overall Equipment Effectiveness) , MTBF(Mean Time Between Failures) and MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) to address total productive maintenance.
  20. Statistical tools and concepts are to be address considering process capability, study of variation and stability.
More to add….