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Insights into the 2016 Version of TS16949 (IATF 16949)

rudolfrm

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#31
Re: Any Insight to 2016 Version of TS16949 (IATF 16949)?

Friend, the AIAG just send a information about the next date for release the IATF 16949, is for the next October 1st, so we need wait only two days.

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LUV-d-4UM

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#32
Re: Any Insight to 2016 Version of TS16949 (IATF 16949)?

My understanding is this: The IATF 16949 will be audited by the CB auditor in conjunction with ISO9001:2015. Once that's done the certificate IATF16949 will be awarded. If the client needs a separate certificate ISO9001:2015, the client will have it without undergoing a separate ISO audit. I stand corrected tho.
 

LUV-d-4UM

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#38
Re: Any Insight to 2016 Version of TS16949 (IATF 16949)?

If small vendors are to supply the OEM then they can be audited by a second party auditor.
 
#39
Re: Any Insight to 2016 Version of TS16949 (IATF 16949)?

The [IATF 16949] document contains only the automotive-specific additional requirements; however, the organization is still required to comply with ISO 9001:2015.
They've eliminated "boxed text" from content, but kept "out-of-box" text.
Previously, there was no need to buy ISO 9001, as whole its text was citied inside ISO/TS 16949. Now we have to buy ISO 9001 and separately IATF requirements.
If I find even single section with "No further IATF requirements on this section" I will sue them. :lmao:
 
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