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IATF 16949: 2016

One of the most important changes in IATF 16949: 2016 is that it puts quality management and continuous improvement at the center of the organization. In other words, the new standard is an opportunity for organizations to align their strategic aspects with their quality management system. The starting point for the new version of the standard is to identify internal and external parties and issues affecting the QMS. It can be used to improve and monitor the performance of an organization with a superior strategic perspective.

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    • Facilitating continuous improvement: Regular evaluations will enable you to use, monitor and improve your processes continuously.
    • Increase market opportunities: Thus, you will be able to offer your customers excellent security, reliability and traceability through the supply chain.
    • Increasing efficiency: It will save you time, money and resources.
    • Compliance: It will help you reduce your risks thanks to a system supported by regulatory authorities.
    • Employee motivation, involvement and communication with employees: It can be achieved by making internal processes more efficient and emphasizing awareness.
    • Aiding business: Because certification of this standard is mandatory for original equipment manufacturers and suppliers operating in the automotive industry.

IATF 16949: Key Requirements for 2016
    • Item 1: Scope.
    • Article 2: Normative references (other standards cited in the Standards).
    • Article 3: Terms and definitions.
    • Clause 4: Context of the organization.
    • Article 5: Leadership.
    • Article 6: Planning.
    • Article 7: Support.
    • Item 8: Operation.
    • Clause 9: Performance evaluation.
    • Article 10: Improvement.

What is IATF: International Automotive Task Force (Association) ISO: International Standards Association

Yes they are different organizations. It differs in the standards they prepare.
IATF has produced the standard for Automotive part manufacturers only.
Who can get the certificate according to the IATF 16949 standard?
Passenger Cars, Light Commercial Vehicles, Heavy Trucks, Buses, Motorcycles are covered by automotive. These vehicles include those who produce parts or produce original spare parts and their suppliers. (Automotive part manufacturers not entering the market that are not original spare parts)
Example: Bus door enters supplier. The supplier who gives the lock system to the door enters. The supplier that gives the lock nut enters. Coating wrapper enters the nuts. If there is software at the door and the program is written to the supplier, the software is covered by the supplier.
In other words, all suppliers in the chain can receive certificates.

Who cannot get the certificate according to the IATF 16949 standard?
Industrial, Agricultural and Road Vehicles (Mining, Forestry, Construction, forklift, tractor, work machine, ship, plane, etc.) are excluded from this scope.
Those who are not manufacturers cannot be certified. Those who buy and sell auto parts cannot be certified.
However, as the 16949 standard is a very useful standard, manufacturers of tractors, construction equipment and other machinery require white goods (MAIN MANUFACTURERS) to apply this standard even if they do not want them to have a certificate. For this reason, we organize many trainings in all sectors that make mass production.

Why Is IATF 16949 Changing?
Changes and innovations in the Automotive Quality Management Standard indicate the following issues that have recently come to the fore in the automotive industry:
    • Requirements for safety-related parts and processes.
    • Advanced product traceability requirements to keep up with current changes in legislation.
    • Requirements for products that require software.
    • Warranty management process related to the use of NTF and Automotive Industry Guidelines.
    • Descriptions in supplier management and development requirements.
    • Additions to corporate responsibility requirements.

All IATF 16949: 2016 trainings are open to general participation and can be organized specifically for your organization. (In this case, you will be able to buy training per person much cheaper.) The fee is the same for the number of participants up to 24 people.
Obtain the necessary information for a successful transition from IATF 16949: 2009 to IATF 16949: 2016. Knowing about the new ISO high-level structure, Annex SL, changes to ISO 9001, and differences specific to the Automotive Quality Management System in IATF 16949: 2016 compared to IATF 16949: 2009.
Are you familiar with IATF 16949: 2009 and want to know about IATF 16949: 2016? This comprehensive two-day course examines the changes that occurred in the transition from IATF 16949: 2009 to IATF 16949: 2016. By participating in the training, you will be able to identify gaps in your current Automotive Quality Management System and begin planning your transition to the revised standard.
For information and registration, please contact us at +90 232 4356100 or egitim@kascert.com

Who Should Attend:
Everyone involved in the planning, implementation or management stages of the transition to IATF 16949: 2016, as well as internal auditors who need to understand the changes resulting from IATF 16949: 2016.

Benefit for Your Business:
You will learn about:
    • Key changes from ISO 9001: 2015 and IATF 16949: 2016
    • New and revised terms and recipes
    • New requirements specific to Context, Leadership, Planning and Support
    • Basic concepts such as risk-based thinking
    • The main purpose of the IATF and revision
    • Changes in Automotive QMS-specific requirements as a result of the transition from IATF 16949: 2009 to IATF 16949: 2016
    • Documentation calendar
    • Education Structure

E-mail: egitim@kascert.com   E-mail: info@kascert.com

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