Strategies for Implementing IATF 16949 for Automotive
Dan Reid, Director of Consulting, Omnex, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Keywords: 16949, IATF, ISO TS 16949
The global International Automotive Task Force released an update in the fall of 2016 to ISO TS 16949 to align with the ISO 9001:2015 Standard. Automotive manufacturers continue to require third party certification, now to the new revision. In this session, Dan Reid, the first IATF Delegation Leader to ISO will provide key strategies for implementing a quality management system (QMS) that conforms to the new automotive sector requirements. Session attendees will understand the key new and revised requirements in the IATF 16949 and have a proven strategy for moving forward with implementation. Requirements on leadership in organizations is now more prescriptive. This will require careful preparation of your top management in order to pass the certification audit. Identification of risks and opportunities is now a QMS requirement and will require a well-planned and executed cross-functional approach. Don’t miss this session to get these key insights.
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