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Compare TS 16949 to ISO 9001

TS 16949 contains all of the requirements of ISO 9001 plus several additional requirements specifically for the Automotive Industry.

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whittington 16949 - 9001Summary of Unique ISO/TS 16949 Requirements – Whittington & Associates

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Summarization of the unique items (NOT Complete) TS16949 adds to ISO 9001

Section 3: Terms and definitions

Terms and definitions for the automotive industry

  • Control Plan
  • Design Responsible Organization
  • Error Proofing
  • Laboratory
  • Laboratory Scope
  • Manufacturing
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Premium Freight
  • Remote Location
  • Site
  • Special Characteristic

Section 4: Quality management system

  • General requirements & Supplemental Engineering specifications
  • Control of records & retention

Section 5: Management responsibility

  • Management Responsibility & Review Process efficiency
  • Quality objectives – Supplemental Responsibility for quality
  • Customer representative
  • Quality management system performance
  • Review input – Supplemental

Section 6: Resource management

  • HR/Training/Infrastructure
  • Product design skills
  • Training on the job
  • Employee motivation and empowerment
  • Plant, facility and equipment planning
  • Contingency plans
  • Personnel safety to achieve conformity to product requirements
  • Cleanliness of premises

Section 7: Product realization

  • Planning of product realization – Supplemental Acceptance criteria
  • Confidentiality
  • Change control
  • Customer-related processes
  • Determination of requirements related to the product
  • Customer-designated special characteristics
  • Review of requirements related to the product – Supplemental
  • Organization manufacturing feasibility
  • Customer communication – Supplemental Design and development Planning with a Multidisciplinary approach (APQP – Core Tool)
  • Product design input
  • Manufacturing process design input
  • Special characteristics
  • Product design outputs – Supplemental
  • Manufacturing process design output
  • Design and development review, Monitoring, Verification & Validation
  • Prototype program
  • Product approval process (PPAP-Core Tool)
  • Statutory and regulatory conformity
  • Supplier QMS development Customer-approved sources
  • Incoming product conformity to requirements
  • Supplier monitoring
  • Control plan
  • Work instructions
  • Verification of job set-ups
  • Preventive and predictive maintenance
  • Management of production tooling
  • Production scheduling Feedback of information from service
  • Service agreement with customer
  • Validation of processes for production and service provision – Supplemental
  • Identification and traceability – Supplemental Customer-owned production tooling
  • Storage and inventory
  • Measurement system analysis (MSA – Core Tool)
  • Calibration/verification records Laboratory requirements

Section 8: Measurement, analysis and improvement

  • Identification & Knowledge of basic statistical concepts (SPC – Core Tool)
  • Customer satisfaction – Supplemental
  • QMS audit
  • Manufacturing process audit
  • Product audit
  • Internal audit plans
  • Internal auditor qualification
  • Monitoring and measurement of manufacturing processes
  • Control of nonconforming product – Supplemental
  • Control of reworked product
  • Customer information
  • Analysis and use of data Continual improvement of the organization
  • Manufacturing process improvement
  • Problem solving Error-proofing
  • Corrective action impact
  • Rejected product test/analysis (FMEA – Core Tool)