In Reply to Parent Post by JeremyLek
I got this extracted online .. is a Quality Manual of ISO/TS 16949:2002 ....
maybe this will help u as a reference ...
The main concern is to understand the differences of QS9K and ISO/TS 16949.. that will help you up in your manual writing ...
It's simply a restatement of the standard with some other thigs added to 'bulk up' the contents - why reference the ISO 9000 vocab. document, then add a list of acronyms?
The 'sequence and interaction' is simply a plagiarized version of the ISO TC 176 'model' and doesn't describe the actuall processes of the organization - if you showed that to management they'd go mad trying to explain it to someone
There are already a number of threads here about the contents of quality manuals. I'd suggest a search for them before you run off with a 'qucik fix' from the internet - do you know who wrote this stuff? It may have got them registered, but history shows that quality manuals written around the standard don't get used for anything by the organization.