Process Identification Spreadsheet - Free from AIAG

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paulnguyen

Hi all,

These are protected worksheets.
You can change their status to "unprotect".
You you would like so, let me know:

Paul N.
 
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Sam

Under "latest products" click on process identification. First paragraph states "...free whether or not a member of AIAG".
 
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paulnguyen

Hi all,

This is "copy and paste" from the web site:

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You are about to go to into AIAG's secured Members-Only Web Site. However, the ISO/TS 16949:2002 Process Identification Tool is FREE and available to the entire automotive industry, whether you are an AIAG member or not.

To access this secured site and download the FREE ISO/TS 16949:2002 Process Identification Tool, you must have a personal account including a login and password. There is no charge for this and you DO NOT need to be an AIAG member to establish this account and download the ISO/TS 16949:2002 Process Identification Tool
After entering your login and password, you will be able to download the ISO/TS 16949:2002 Process Identification Tool for FREE
All account information is kept confidential and will not be distributed outside of AIAG

If you do not know your login and/or password, please do the following:
Print or save this page so that you can refer back to these instructions
After reading these instructions, click the download button at the bottom of this page and then perform steps 3 & 4
Once on that page, click on the Unsure if you have an account? Link (under the First Time Visitors heading)
You will be asked to enter your first and last name to determine if you have an existing account
– If you have an account, you will need to reset your password to use it. Follow the prompts to reset your password
– If you do not have an account, you will need to create one. Follow the prompts to create an account
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Paul N.
 
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Dave Johnson

Process ID tool

Has anyone tried using this yet? What do you think. Is it worthwhile to go through all the steps?

I downloaded it, but haven't had much of a chance to go through it.
 
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Sam

It is an excellent tool for identifying processes for TS2. It was released too late for me to use. I did use a similar approach using excel, though not put together as a single package.
The only drawback; our CB requests the same information, however they want it in their own format. So, you may end up doing the paperwork twice.
Method of process identification are the same methods that are used in their supplier auditor certification course.
 

Marc

Fully vaccinated are you?
Leader
Originally posted by paulnguyen
To access this secured site and download the FREE ISO/TS 16949:2002 Process Identification Tool, you must have a personal account including a login and password. There is no charge for this and you DO NOT need to be an AIAG member to establish this account and download the ISO/TS 16949:2002 Process Identification Tool
After entering your login and password, you will be able to download the ISO/TS 16949:2002 Process Identification Tool for FREE
All account information is kept confidential and will not be distributed outside of AIAG

If you do not know your login and/or password, please do the following:
Print or save this page so that you can refer back to these instructions
After reading these instructions, click the download button at the bottom of this page and then perform steps 3 & 4
Once on that page, click on the Unsure if you have an account? Link (under the First Time Visitors heading)
You will be asked to enter your first and last name to determine if you have an existing account
– If you have an account, you will need to reset your password to use it. Follow the prompts to reset your password
– If you do not have an account, you will need to create one. Follow the prompts to create an account
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Paul N.

Yup. I should have read the work instruction. . . . I got to the create an account thing and 'assumed'. Didn't pay attention to the details.
 
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paulnguyen

Hi,

I've found it an interesting tool, as well: IMO:

1. It's a good tool to id the processes from square one.
2. It's a good summary and guidance to help in Document Review and Audit.
3. It provides a checklist to ensure your complete identification of the processes.

Of-course, if you have already established your processes by other ways like mapping or flow charts, with all interactions, etc. it is somewhat redundant.

Paul N.
 

howste

Thaumaturge
Trusted Information Resource
I tried to download this about a month ago and had problems. I tried again today, and I keep getting an error showing the web page is unavailable. Is there something I'm doing wrong? Have you downloaded it today? :frust:
 
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paulnguyen

Hi Howste,

I've just downloaded an extra copy with no problem (using member log-in).

Paul N.
 
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