Control Plan is one of the three basic quality documents that are created by suppliers after a new project assignment from the customer (OME). In article is presented what should be know during his development.
In above article, we present third part of the series related to English phrases and abbreviations for suppliers producing components for automotive.
TISAX® is a certification used in the automotive industry focusing on secure processing information. Increasingly, it's also a OEM customer requirement that determines a new business assignment.
The Is / Is Not method is an efficient 5W2H extension used to define the problem description. It gives us the opportunity to look at the problem wider and analyze the risk of potentially non-compliant parts at the customer's site.
Customer Specific Requirements are not only about quality. In practice, they relate to most of the company's business processes. One of the proposals for their identification and management is the use of a requirements matrix.
CQI-9 Heat Treatment System Assessment is a reference manual from the AIAG group that is reflected in the Customer Specific Requirements and automotive suppliers - Tier 1.
In above article, we present second part of the series related to English phrases and abbreviations for suppliers producing components for automotive.
Flowchart, next to PFMEA and Control Plan, is one of the three basic documents created by the plant during pre-launch, so it's worth remembering a few rules when defining it.
Parallel to permanent corrective actions (PCA), we must also remember about preventive actions that are implemented in step D7 of the 8D report, which give us confidence that the problem will not reoccur.
PPM analysis is one of the risk assessments that can be used by an organization to calculate potential non-conforming products during cooperation with OEM's.
Layered Process Audit - even if it's not required directly by the IATF but by some clients through CSR's - allows the organization to achieve many significant benefits that reduce costs.
Product validation in pre-launch phase is one of the supplier's activities, which are also performed during current production within IATF 8.6.2 requirement and individual customer CSR's.