What goes into a Control Plan?

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FlackUK

Hi all,

Recently been moved into a new area of business, and been tasked with implementing the TS 16949 management system. Now, I have had ISO 9001 experience, and ISO 14001 experience in management systems in the past, but this TS 16949 malarkey is blowing my mind!

I am trying to understand Control Plans at the moment, and how to satisfy the requirement of Clause 7.5.1.1. and and trying to get my understanding right.

We are a wheel & tyre assembly (all we do is put alloy & wheel together and send to customer).
Am I right in thinking all the Control Plan needs to do is contain all the SOP's, WI's and Engineering Controls within a table in the format of headings from Annex A of the TS16949 standard?

Hope someone can clarify!
Have so much to try and take in!

Kind Regards, Charlie
 

AndyN

Moved On
Hi all,

Recently been moved into a new area of business, and been tasked with implementing the TS 16949 management system. Now, I have had ISO 9001 experience, and ISO 14001 experience in management systems in the past, but this TS 16949 malarkey is blowing my mind!

I am trying to understand Control Plans at the moment, and how to satisfy the requirement of Clause 7.5.1.1. and and trying to get my understanding right.

We are a wheel & tyre assembly (all we do is put alloy & wheel together and send to customer).
Am I right in thinking all the Control Plan needs to do is contain all the SOP's, WI's and Engineering Controls within a table in the format of headings from Annex A of the TS16949 standard?

Hope someone can clarify!
Have so much to try and take in!

Kind Regards, Charlie

Charlie: How are things in sunny Britain?

Typically, the Control Plan comes from a) the Process Flow and b) the Process FMEA. Have you got these? It's difficult, even with a simple wheel/tyre mounting job, to do the CP without them.
 
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