The Elsmar Cove Wiki More Free Files The Elsmar Cove Forums Discussion Thread Index Post Attachments Listing Failure Modes Services and Solutions to Problems Elsmar cove Forums Main Page Elsmar Cove Home Page
Go Back   The Elsmar Cove Forum > ISO (International Organization for Standardization) Standards > ISO/TS 16949 - International Automotive Quality Systems Standard
Forum Username


Search the Elsmar Cove
Custom Search
Monitor the Elsmar Forum
Follow Marc & Elsmar
Elsmar Cove Forum RSS Feed  Marc Smith's Google+ Page  Marc Smith's Linked In Page   Marc Smith's Elsmar Cove YouTube Page  Marc Smith's Facebook Page  Elsmar Cove Twitter Feed
Elsmar Cove Groups
Elsmar Cove Google+ Group  Elsmar Cove LinkedIn Group  Elsmar Cove Facebook Group
Sponsor Links





Donate and $ Contributor Forum Access

Courtesy Quick Links

Links that Elsmar Cove visitors will find useful in your quest for knowledge:

Howard's
International Quality Services
Marcelo Antunes'
SQR Consulting
Bob Doering's
Correct SPC - Precision Machining

NIST's Engineering Statistics Handbook
IRCA - International Register of Certified Auditors
SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers
Quality Digest Portal
IEST - Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology
ASQ - American Society for Quality

Related Topic Tags
document control, document retention, ts 16949 - automotive quality system standard, record retention requirements, records (evidence) and records control, documents and documentation (general)
Reply
 
Thread Tools Search this Thread Rate Thread Content Display Modes
  #1  
Old 10th May 2010, 07:11 AM
rizsa rizsa is offline
Involved in Discussions

 
Registration Date: Dec 2009
Location: India
 
Posts: 11
Thanks Given to Others: 0
Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts
Karma Power: 21
Karma: 10
rizsa has less than 100 Karma points so far.
Please Help! ISO/TS 16949 Document Retention Guidelines

Dear All

How can i get the ISO/TS 16949 retention guideline for Documents

Regards

Rizwan

Sponsored Links
  #2  
Old 10th May 2010, 07:53 AM
rizsa rizsa is offline
Involved in Discussions

 
Registration Date: Dec 2009
Location: India
 
Posts: 11
Thanks Given to Others: 0
Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts
Karma Power: 21
Karma: 10
rizsa has less than 100 Karma points so far.
Question Document Retention Guidelines as per ISO TS 16949

Can anyone share the Document Retention Guideline as per ISO TS 16949

Regards

Rizwans
Sponsored Links

  #3  
Old 10th May 2010, 06:15 PM
Stijloor's Avatar
Stijloor Stijloor is offline
Super Moderator

 
Registration Date: May 2003
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina.
 
Posts: 14,526
Thanks Given to Others: 3,192
Thanked 4,525 Times in 3,206 Posts
Karma Power: 1548
Karma: 25238
Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.
Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.
Re: ISO/TS 16949 Document Retention Guidelines

Quote:
In Reply to Parent Post by rizsa View Post

Dear All

How can I get the ISO/TS 16949 retention guideline for Documents?

Regards.

Rizwan
When you say "Documents", are you referring to Records and their retention time? If so, ISO/TS 16949:2009 does not specify actual retention periods for records. The AIAG PPAP manual provides more specifics and the rest is up to your organization and the applicable customer requirements.

Stijloor.
Thank You to Stijloor for your informative Post and/or Attachment!
  #4  
Old 10th May 2010, 08:21 PM
Jennifer Kirley's Avatar
Jennifer Kirley Jennifer Kirley is offline
Forum Moderator

 
Registration Date: Jan 2004
Location: Maine, USA
 
Posts: 5,475
Thanks Given to Others: 3,346
Thanked 3,113 Times in 1,780 Posts
Karma Power: 648
Karma: 28638
Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.
Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Jennifer Kirley is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.
Re: Document and Record matrix - A controlled document?

Quote:
In Reply to Parent Post by rizsa View Post

Can anyone share the Document Retention Guideline as per ISO TS 16949

Regards

Rizwans
Do you mean the TS guideline? Or our own workplace guidelines?

TS 16949 has no specifics, only says "A documented procedure shall be established to define the controls needed..." and goes on to list types of controls. We determine retention methods and time frames based on customer requirements, our own needs to refer to history, regulatory requirements, etc.

__________________

"If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail." Abraham Maslow

Last edited by harry; 11th May 2010 at 12:13 AM. Reason: Posts #2 & #4 from another thread merged - same topic and OP
  #5  
Old 11th May 2010, 01:35 AM
rizsa rizsa is offline
Involved in Discussions

 
Registration Date: Dec 2009
Location: India
 
Posts: 11
Thanks Given to Others: 0
Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts
Karma Power: 21
Karma: 10
rizsa has less than 100 Karma points so far.
Re: ISO/TS 16949 Document Retention Guidelines

Thanks for the reply

Its ok if specific requirement as per different Functions document ( HR,Finance,Engineering,Quality,Lab & so on) do not exist.

It means that i have to consider Our own requirement,Customer requirement & Regulatory requirement.

One more help - If record is system generated,is it required to mention the retention period for the same.

Rizwan
  #6  
Old 12th May 2010, 05:02 AM
rizsa rizsa is offline
Involved in Discussions

 
Registration Date: Dec 2009
Location: India
 
Posts: 11
Thanks Given to Others: 0
Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts
Karma Power: 21
Karma: 10
rizsa has less than 100 Karma points so far.
Please Help! what is the Guideline in ISO/TS16949 for System Generated Reports

Hello,

Could anyone share the guideline with reference to ISO/TS 16949 for system generated Reports retention.
  #7  
Old 12th May 2010, 05:50 AM
Stijloor's Avatar
Stijloor Stijloor is offline
Super Moderator

 
Registration Date: May 2003
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina.
 
Posts: 14,526
Thanks Given to Others: 3,192
Thanked 4,525 Times in 3,206 Posts
Karma Power: 1548
Karma: 25238
Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.
Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Stijloor is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.
Re: what is the Guideline in ISO/TS16949 for System Generated Reports

Quote:
In Reply to Parent Post by rizsa View Post

Hello,

Could anyone share the guideline with reference to ISO/TS 16949 for system generated Reports retention.
See previous posts. Reports are often maintained as records. It does not matter if they are generated by a computer system (electronic) or manual (hard copy). The rest is up to you.

Stijloor.
  #8  
Old 29th May 2010, 12:37 PM
Raffy's Avatar
Raffy Raffy is offline
Appreciated Member

 
Registration Date: Mar 2001
Location: Manila, Philippines
Age: 42
 
Posts: 818
Thanks Given to Others: 449
Thanked 119 Times in 88 Posts
Karma Power: 139
Karma: 1545
Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.Raffy is appreciated, and has over 1500 Karma points.
Question Re: ISO/TS 16949 Document Retention Guidelines

Hi everyone,
I would like to ask how do i keep statutory and regulatory documents and records? What is the specific requirements on how long i should keep these documents and records?
Thank you very much in advance for the usual prompt attention you will give this matter.
Best regards,
Raffy
Reply

Lower Navigation Bar
Go Back   The Elsmar Cove Forum > ISO (International Organization for Standardization) Standards > ISO/TS 16949 - International Automotive Quality Systems Standard

Do you find this discussion thread helpful and informational?


Bookmarks


Visitors Currently Viewing this Thread: 1 (0 Registered Visitors (Members) and 1 Unregistered Guest Visitors)
 
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Forum Search
Display Modes Rate Thread Content
Rate Thread Content:

Forum Posting Settings
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off


Similar Discussion Threads
Discussion Thread Title Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post or Poll Vote
Document Retention Schedule Requirements per ISO 13485 EmbTech ISO 13485 and ISO 14969 - Medical Devices - Quality Management Systems 4 29th November 2010 05:36 PM
Obsolete Document Retention Requirements Asherlee ISO 13485 and ISO 14969 - Medical Devices - Quality Management Systems 4 1st November 2007 03:09 AM
Document Retention - Customers who each have different document retention periods rachelb Documentation Control Systems, Procedures, Forms and Templates 2 15th September 2005 10:33 AM
Guidelines on record retention of obsoleted calibration procedures (Revision History) CalDog Records and Data - Quality, Legal and Other Evidence 9 31st August 2004 01:20 PM
Document Retention Requirements Randy Lefferts QS-9000 - American Automotive Manufacturers Standard 4 26th September 2001 05:47 PM



The time now is 04:48 AM. All times are GMT -4.
Your time zone can be changed in your UserCP --> Options.


   


Marc Timothy Smith - Elsmar.com
8466 LeSourdsville-West Chester Road, Olde West Chester, Ohio 45069-1929
513 341-6272