Want a quick exercise for initial auditor training or a refresher for your veteran audit team members? This quick and simple "ISO scavenger hunt" will help your auditors quickly locate key requirements. Exercise: In a small group, locate each of the following requirements or keywords in ISO 9001 & ISO/TS 16949. Record the number of times the keyword is mentioned, the clause numbers and the title/description on easel pads. It is also recommended that you record all of these findings using the table of contents in the front of your standard.
EXERCISE ANSWER KEYDOCUMENTED PROCEDURES (7) *4.2.1/4.2.2 (mentions requirements) Control of Documents (4.2.3) Control of Records (4.2.4) Training (18.104.22.168) Internal Audits (8.2.2) Control of Nonconformities (8.3) Corrective Action (8.5.2) Preventive Action (8.5.3) RECORDS (26) *Several mentions of record in general prior to 4.2.3) 22.214.171.124 - Engineering specification changes 5.6.1 - Management review records 6.2.2 (e) - Education, training, skills & experience 7.1 (d) - Product & realization processes evidence (plan vs. actual) 7.2.2 - Product requirements review (feasibility) 7.3.2 - Design & development input 7.3.4 - Design & development review 7.3.5 - Design & development verification 7.3.6 - Design & development validation 7.3.7 - Design & development changes 7.4.1 - Supplier evaluations & actions 7.5.2 - Validation records 7.5.3 - Product identification & traceability 7.5.4 - Lost, damaged or unusable customer property 7.6a - Basis for calibration (in case of no standard method) 7.6 (under e) - Calibration & verification records 7.6.2 - Calibration & verification records 8.2.2 - Internal audit records 126.96.36.199 - Significant process events 188.8.131.52 - Records of effective dates of process changes 8.2.4 - Product conformity & person(s) releasing records 8.3 - Nonconforming material (nature, actions, concessions) 8.3.4 - Expiration date or quantity authorized under concession 8.5.2 - Results of corrective actions 184.108.40.206 - Records of rejected product test/analyses 8.5.3 - Results of preventive actions EFFECTIVE(NESS)(LY) (ISO = 26 & TS = 36) 0.2 – Introduction - Process approach (twice) 0.2c – Introduction - Process approach 0.3 – Introduction - Relationship with ISO 9004 1.1b - Scope - General 4.1 – General requirements 4.1c – General requirements 4.2.1d - Documentation requirements – general 4.2.4 – Control of records 5.1 – Management commitment 5.1.1 – Process efficiency 5.3b – Quality policy 5.5.3 – Internal communication 5.6.1 – Management review – General 5.6.3a – Management review – Review output 6.1a – Provision of resources 6.2.2c – Competence, awareness & training 6.3.1 – Plant, facility & equipment planning (& Note) 7.2.3 – Customer communication 7.3.1 – Design & development planning 7.4.1 – Purchasing Process (Note 2) 220.127.116.11 – Preventive & predictive maintenance (twice) 18.104.22.168 – Service agreement with customer 8.1c – Measurement, analysis & improvement – general 8.2.2b – Internal audit 22.214.171.124 – Manufacturing process audit 8.2.3 – Monitoring & measurement of processes (Note) 126.96.36.199 - Monitoring & measurement of manufacturing processes 8.4 – Analysis of data (twice) 8.5.1 – Continual improvement 8.5.2f – Corrective action 188.8.131.52 – Rejected product test/analysis (Note) 8.5.3e – Preventive action EFFICIENT(CY) (3) – None in ISO 9001, but 3 in ISO/TS 16949 5.1.1 - Process efficiency 184.108.40.206 - Preventive and predictive maintenance 220.127.116.11 - Customer satisfaction — Supplemental CUSTOMER SATISFACTION (9) 0.2 - Introduction - Process approach (twice) 1.1b - Scope – General 5.2 - Customer focus 18.104.22.168 - QMS performance 6.1b - Provision of resources 8.2.1 - Monitoring & Measurement – Customer satisfaction 22.214.171.124 - Customer Satisfaction - Supplement 8.4a - Analysis of data BUSINESS PLAN (2) 126.96.36.199 - Quality objectives - Supplemental 188.8.131.52 - Quality management system performance MANAGING COSTS & RISKS (0) None in 9001 however… ISO 9004, Introduction – General (0.1) COST (5) 3.1.9 - Premium freight 184.108.40.206 - Quality management system performance 220.127.116.11 - Product design input 18.104.22.168 - Manufacturing process design input 22.214.171.124 - Monitoring (Note) RISK (7) 0.1a - Introduction - General 0.4 - Compatibility with other management systems 6.4.1 - Personnel safety to achieve conformity to product requirements 126.96.36.199 - Organization manufacturing feasibility 188.8.131.52 - Multidisciplinary approach 184.108.40.206 - Manufacturing process design input 220.127.116.11 - Design & development review - Monitoring
TWO Sessions August 27-30, 2013 | Columbus, IN & Charleston, SC
ISO/TS 16949:2009 Internal Lead Auditor Training (32hrs): $1495*
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Description: This advanced internal auditing course caters to the full spectrum of auditor responsibilities – from process auditing to audit program management. This course will teach you the fundamental tools necessary to conduct audits using the automotive process approach while providing vital strategic information to top management. Case studies and scenarios make this course fun. If you are looking for a Lead Auditor course for internal processes or supplier quality development, look no further. This course is for you. NEW: We will also discuss the CD1 draft of the proposal ISO 9001:2015 standard and it's potential effects on your management system implementation.
Designed for: Audit Program Managers, Lead Auditors, Advanced Audit Team Members, Supplier Quality Engineers & Managers, Process Improvement Managers, Quality Directors, Continuous Improvement Managers, Organizational Development Directors, Management Representatives
This course meets or exceeds the training requirements for:
- Ford Customer-specific Internal Quality Auditor requirements
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Length: 4 days/32 hours CEUs: 3.2 A certificate will be given upon successful completion of all course requirements.
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All of our instructors are accredited with extensive industry expertise in the respective course(s) they teach. CVs/Resumes can be provided upon request at any time. Register online here, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 843.469.8279.Day 1 ▪ Introduction & Welcome ▪ Gathering of Student Goals & Expectations (CSRs) ▪ Overview of ISO 9001 & ISO/TS 16949 – Part I ▪ Selling QMS to Top Management ▪ The Automotive Process Approach ▪ Overview of ISO 9001 & ISO/TS 16949 – Part II Day 2 ▪ Use of Turtle Diagrams for Process Mapping ▪ ISO/TS 16949 Requirements – Clause 4.0, Quality Management System ▪ ISO/TS 16949 Requirements – Clause 5.0, Management Responsibility ▪ ISO/TS 16949 Requirements – Clause 6.0, Resource Management ▪ Overview of AIAG Core Tools (APQP & CP, FMEA, MSA, PPAP & SPC) ▪ ISO/TS 16949 Requirements – Clause 7.0, Product Realization Day 3 ▪ ISO/TS 16949 Requirements – Clause 7.0, Product Realization ▪ ISO/TS 16949 Requirements – Clause 8.0, Measurement, Analysis & Improvement ▪ Audit Objectives & Auditor Attributes ▪ Process Auditing Breakout ▪ Writing Audit Findings – NCRs & OFIs Day 4 ▪ Reporting Audit Findings ▪ CAPA – Corrective Action & Preventive Action ▪ Closing Out Audit Findings ▪ Closing the Audit Cycle ▪ Evaluating Audit Effectiveness ▪ Final Review/Q&A ▪ Student Goals & Expectations (Reviewed) ▪ Course Examination
Boeing announced late today that they will bring their 2nd 787 Assembly line plant to North Charleston. This is outstanding news for the Charleston area. Early expectations of direct employment needs are around 1200-1300. The additional supplier relocations, contingency workers and immediate construction needs will certainly require the hands of thousands within the lowcountry.
Approximately 55 airlines have years of back-orders associated with the 787 airplane.
"Establishing a second 787 assembly line in Charleston will expand our production capability to meet the market demand for the airplane," said Jim Albaugh, President & CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "This decision allows us to continue building on synergies we have established in South Carolina with Boeing Charleston and Global Aeronautica."