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    IATF-16949-blog

    All posts by: Strahinja Stojanovic

    What is FMEA, and how to apply it in IATF 16949
    Every year we hear news about some big recall in the automotive industry. The main purpose of FMEA (Failure Mode...
    Every year we hear news about some big recall in the automotive industry. The main purpose of FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) is to help us foresee those failures and take actions to prevent...
    How to establish QMS Statistical Process Control according to IATF 16949
    In clause 9.1.1.1, IATF 16949 requires organizations to determine the appropriate use of statistical tools, and Statistical Process Control (SPC)...
    In clause 9.1.1.1, IATF 16949 requires organizations to determine the appropriate use of statistical tools, and Statistical Process Control (SPC) is the usual choice. SPC is a methodology mainly used to monitor and control the...
    What are the five core tools of IATF 16949?
    Core quality tools have become one of the foundations for implementation and maintenance of any QMS (Quality Management System) based...
    Core quality tools have become one of the foundations for implementation and maintenance of any QMS (Quality Management System) based on IATF 16949. Together with automotive manufacturers, AIAG (Automotive Industry Action Group) developed this set...
    How to define scope of the QMS according to IATF 16949:2016
    In order to establish a QMS (Quality Management System) according to IATF 16949, you first need to define everything the...
    In order to establish a QMS (Quality Management System) according to IATF 16949, you first need to define everything the QMS will apply to. This requirement is nothing new to quality standards, or any other...
    A new approach to document and record control in IATF 16949
    Lately, a hot topic of discussion has been the changes to documented information in the updated revision of ISO 9001,...
    Lately, a hot topic of discussion has been the changes to documented information in the updated revision of ISO 9001, and the ways in which it might impact an IATF 16949 implementation. Some of the...
    Using corrective actions to drive continual improvement in IATF 16949
    One of the key components of an IATF 16949-based Quality Management System (QMS) is continual improvement, and one of the...
    One of the key components of an IATF 16949-based Quality Management System (QMS) is continual improvement, and one of the best tools for accomplishing this goal is the corrective action. Corrective actions don’t just offer...