In August 2016, the International Organization for Standardization and International Automotive Task Force agreed to discontinue the joint development of ISO/TS 16949, the well-known technical specification for automotive sector quality management systems. The first edition of the new IATF 16949 - this will be the new name of former ISO/TS 16949 - is expected to be released in October 2016 and will be aligned with the framework, structure and requirements of ISO 9001:2015. Find out more: http://bit.ly/Kiwa_IATF16949
ISO/TS 16949, a technical specification for automotive sector quality management systems, has become one of the most widely used international standards in the automotive industry, harmonizing the different assessment and certification systems in the global automotive supply chain. On October 2016, a new global industry standard, IATF 16949:2016, was published by the International Automotive Task Force (IATF), evolving and replacing the current ISO/TS 16949, defining the requirements of a quality management system for organizations in the automotive industry. In this webinar, Paul Hardiman, one of the founder members of the IATF training commission, gives an overview on the transition process between the two standards. Quality Partners Online Training Videos: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/iatf16949
An introduction to the changes that IATF 16949 will bring and advice on how to manage the transition from ISO/TS 16949 to IATF 16949.
Linking of the 2016 version of Automotive Standard to everyday routine activities, enabling you to interpret and related the detailed requirements quickly.
Developed in 1999, by the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) alongside ISO’s technical committee for quality management, ISO/TS 16949 is a standard specific to the automotive sector that works as a complement to ISO 9001. Today, it is one of the most widely used international standards in the automotive industry around the world. In order to face important new challenges that have risen in the ever-changing global scenario, the IATF and ISO have agreed to discontinue their joint development of ISO/TS 16949, and the IATF is releasing a new standard: IATF 16494. In this webinar, Gus discusses what lead to the change, new and updated concepts, key changes, key requirements as well as steps for a seamless transition and important transition dates every organization making the change from ISO/TS 16949 to IATF 16949 must be aware of.