Congratulation to METO wiper blade factory acquire the IATF16949. This certification is for the Vehicle factory first doorsill.
The difference between IATF16949 and TS16949 The IATF16949:2016 standard, issued on October 1, 2016, is an important symbol of the development of automotive industry management system standards, which are generally revised every 6 to 8 years.
With the release of ISO9001:2015 version, ISO / TS1949 is officially renamed IATF16949.
The new standard, which aims at continuous improvement and focuses on the prevention of defects, will play a positive role in both reducing deterioration and reducing waste.
Comparing IATF16949 with the TS16949 standard, we can see nine differences.
1. The file requirements are reduced, but the process requirements are strengthened Documents and records were merged into documented information and documented procedures were cancelled.
2. Structural changes A high-order management system structure is adopted to facilitate the integration of different management systems.
3. Increased requirements for risk management The ideological principles of risk management are embodied in the whole standard
4. Increased requirements for knowledge management and organized background analysis
5. Increased requirements for product safety Product safety requirements are also found in the ISO/TS16949:2009, but this time in the form of new clauses, emphasizing the importance of automotive product safety.
6. Additional requirements for product built-in software This is because the automobile becomes more and more intelligent, the degree of software informatization is becoming higher and higher, and the combination of the software industry and the automobile industry is getting closer and closer.
7. Emphasis on requirements for product traceability There is a big difference between the traditional industry and the auto industry, that is traceability, this standard has strengthened the requirement of traceability.
8. Increased requirements for corporate responsibility The IATF16949:2016 standards set out requirements in the areas of anti-bribery, employee code of conduct, and social ethics.
9. Additional requirements for product warranty The new version of the standard will be 4 S store management requirements are also included in the scope.