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How do you approach the "Safe Launch" Process
How do you approach the "Safe Launch" Process
How do you approach the "Safe Launch" Process
How do you approach the "Safe Launch" Process
How do you approach the "Safe Launch" Process
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Old 4th November 2017, 07:06 AM
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Re: How do you approach the "Safe Launch" Process

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Re: How do you approach the "Safe Launch" Process

to put a little finer point on this discussion, based upon my experience very similar scenarios:
SLP, often contains customer specific requirements, based upon each OEM, triggered by the previously described events, or if in the opinion of the OEM/SQE, the supplier's process although "PPAP'd", still possess an unacceptable degree of risk, such as a "new" process/operation, one that is relatively new to the point of manufacture....one of the SLP goals is to prevent, what some OEMs call Product Related Issues (PRIs) during manufacture, these usually lead to vehicles being temporarily being quarantined pending resolution of the PRI. PRIs are undesirable, as they usually have supplier charges/damages associated with the event
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Re: How do you approach the "Safe Launch" Process

Hoping I picked the correct thread to post this under.

Hi everyone,

I'm in a bit of a quandry right now. Most of our automotive products consist of foam with adhesive backing or adhesive on both sides. So I'm trying to figure out how to navigate of complying to the IATF requirement and also to our Customer requirement of having a 100% inspection on each shipment under safe launch without

a) contaminate the product and making it useless by removing it from the roll
b) performing the inspection offline. We produce product to daily requirements from the Customer and it has to be ready at a certain time. We can't perform extensive inspections in a set time frame.

We perform setup inspections, in process inspections and last to first piece comparison. Any ideas how I can comply to this? I thought about our Dock audits and if I could make it work this way, but I am not sure about the inspection part off it.

Thanks for any ideas.
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