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ISO9001 vs. TS16949 vs. AS9100 - What are the Differences?

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Karen R

#32
... and in my spare time I'll add the ISO 14001 and OHSAS stuff to it :lol:

... I just need a lap top to make better use of that airport time!
 
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Augus

#33
Will get the spreadsheet. So far all good review.
Our company is ISO9001 and AS 9003, we are looking forward to AS9100. So this is going to be great, will pass it on to my boss. I will check it out too. Thanks in advance.
 
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Jo Ann

#34
Another question on the upadated matrix

Howste,
I have just been asked by my boss to compare ISO9001 and AS9100. Found your matrix--it's great! Have you by any chance updated it yet?

Thanks!
 
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howste

Thaumaturge
Super Moderator
#35
Unfortunately I haven't. It seems like there's still a need for it though.

I should have a new laptop in a couple of weeks - hopefully I can put it to some good use. I'll be traveling quite a bit in the near future, and maybe I can push the priority up on this...
 
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deepakpathria

#36
Difference b/w QS and TS 16949

I am working in an automotive firm. i want to know wat r the diffrences between QS 9000 and TS 16949. Please Help me.
thanks
Deepak Pathria
 

Helmut Jilling

Auditor / Consultant
#38
deepakpathria said:
I am working in an automotive firm. i want to know wat r the diffrences between QS 9000 and TS 16949. Please Help me.
thanks
Deepak Pathria
I took my QS and TS books, laid them side by side, and marked all the items that were different in a green ink. That way, when I began to use TS, I could clearly see what was new.

There are a lot of green marks in my book. I think every page has some changes marked. Too many to list here. But it is an excellent exercise when a new standard comes out.
 
#39
Need your help...

howste said:
I've never found one that really met my needs, so I decided to create one of my own. I sat down for a looooooong time and created a spreadsheet (this is great stuff to do while sitting in airports and such). It contains all of the requirements side-by-side of ISO 9001:2000, ISO/TS 16949:2002, AS9100A, and DIS 13485. What I find is that it's very unwieldy at comparing the standards as a whole, but if I'm looking at a specific area it's much quicker than flipping back and forth between the standards. I'll post in a few minutes with another version...
Howdy,:bigwave:

I am impressed with your work, Howste.

Do you have the comparison of those standards against AS9100 Rev. B?

Hope you can assist.
 

howste

Thaumaturge
Super Moderator
#40
AS9100 Rev B is the same as Rev A. All they did was took out the old ISO 9001:1994-based section and made some minor corrections. The comparison matrices posted are still valid.
 
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