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TS 16949 Quality Manual Templates - Lots of free examples and great discussion!

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galcantar

damanhill said:
just had our assessment and have been recommended for certifiaction on closure of the few minor NC's found at audit. i am well chuffed not bad for 4.5 months work solidly to get this job done. my manual was even praised in my report as extremely good and this cheered me up and will cheer up all those people i have sent it too. they said it was the shortest but concise well written manual they had seen 17 pages not bad when 3 of those are contents page, front & back cover. as you can see i am well chuffed as i can relax now that the nightmare of TS is over i have 3 NC's to close off and then i can ask for a pay rise.!!!!


catch you all later
daman
CONGRATS, ENJOY THIS SUCCESS FOR THR TIME IT LONGS;ALSO, YOU DESERVE A SALARY RISE.,
 
damanhill said:
just had our assessment and have been recommended for certifiaction on closure of the few minor NC's found at audit. i am well chuffed not bad for 4.5 months work solidly to get this job done. my manual was even praised in my report as extremely good and this cheered me up and will cheer up all those people i have sent it too. they said it was the shortest but concise well written manual they had seen 17 pages not bad when 3 of those are contents page, front & back cover. as you can see i am well chuffed as i can relax now that the nightmare of TS is over i have 3 NC's to close off and then i can ask for a pay rise.!!!!


catch you all later
daman
Congrats and I think you deserve a raise also.
 
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CINDY

damanhill said:
just had our assessment and have been recommended for certifiaction on closure of the few minor NC's found at audit. i am well chuffed not bad for 4.5 months work solidly to get this job done. my manual was even praised in my report as extremely good and this cheered me up and will cheer up all those people i have sent it too. they said it was the shortest but concise well written manual they had seen 17 pages not bad when 3 of those are contents page, front & back cover. as you can see i am well chuffed as i can relax now that the nightmare of TS is over i have 3 NC's to close off and then i can ask for a pay rise.!!!!
Congratulations!!!!

Yes, you do deserve a rise.

cindy
 
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tattva

EXCELLENT!

Congratulations on achieving the goal!

Can you share your experience? How tough was it compared with QS ones?
 
Great Manual

tattva,
I just paid for attachment access and downloaded your interaction map. It's fantastic! :eek: I can't believe you did that in Powerpoint! Are the PT... numbers listed in red your level 2 procedures? Are you willing to zip the other 4 sections listed and post it here?
 
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damanhill

thanks for all your thanks, this was much tougher than qs9000 because you had to prove that you did things rather than qs which gave you a list of things you must do and how to do them. it is whetehr your own method actually satisifes the assessor/the standard. i am now taking time off working half days only for awhile and i hope all of you do as well in your assessments if you need anything let me know
 

bpritts

Involved - Posts
rak said:
Manoj,

Can you pls. explain as to what exactly you mean by 'process maping'. An example would be very much appreciated.

Rakesh

Rakesh -- ISO 9000:2000 and therefore TS16949 require that you develop your
system on the basis of process flows. Many people had already done this
approach for earlier ISO 9000:1994 or QS9000, but it was not mandatory.

Usually we think of process flow diagrams for very specific processes, like
manufacturing 1 part. The new standard requires that you look at
your whole business in terms of process flow at a much broader level.
For example, what is your entire process for new product development--
from idea to completed product? Or your process for building product, from
order to delivery?


I recommend a few possible resources to learn more:

(1) TS16949 Implementation Guide - Published by AIAG
(2) TS16949 PRocess Mapping Tool - Also by AIAG

These docs are free if you are an AIAG member, or you can purchase them
if not. See AIAG.COM, look in the Quality section.

The general notion of process flow approach is also covered in the ISO
document Q9004:2000. This will cost a few bucks, too, but is often
included if you take an accredited ISO 9000:2000 course.


Regards,

Brad
 
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damanhill

TS 16949 quality manual

anyone that wanted copy of my manual please e-mail me again as my work & home pc are playing up and messages have not got through to me.

sorry for anyone waiting too long

cheers
daman
 
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msoules

1 Page Manual

Don Wood said:
Per clause 4.2.2, the QM needs to contain the scope of the QMS, including details and justification for any exclusions, the documented procedures established for the QMS (or reference to them), and a description of the INTERACTION between the processes of the QMS - THAT'S IT. I know of a registered organization that has a 1 page quality manual - it can literally be that simple.

Wow, I sure would like to see that.

Hello all, I am new to this crazy "quality" world. We need to transition from QS to TS. I am lurking about seeking examples so as to not reinvent the wheel. I am so glad to have found this forum (actually found by a coworker) and read all of your experiences. It is giving me a better understanding of all I have been reading and being told. I still have a long way to go.

Thanks!

Mary
 
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