Long-distance support, the just implementation of quality management system standard of automotive quality and core tools

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Long-distance support, the just implementation of quality management system standard of automotive quality and core tools


Fortified by a relationship of more than 5 years, Euro-Symbiose and a French company of radial piston hydraulic motors manufacturing collaborate together on a training answering to requirement of ISO/TS 16949 standard and its core tools.

This training, carried out by our consultant Roland Lucquiaud – referent trainer of automotive methods and tools, has begun in 2014 and is still in the process of application because each core tool of ISO/TS 16949 is studied and gets particular training days.

Indeed, one the most important phases of this training is the discovery of ISO/TS 16949 standard main core tools. Therefore, an introduction to each APQP/PPAP, FMEA, MSA, MSP (core tools demanded by ISO/TS 16949) manuals has been done in order that trainees could understand at best these different tools and understand them within the scope of QMS functioning.

More generally, different objectives are assigned to this training:

- Discovering and appropriating the automotive particular requirements contained in ISO/TS 16949;
- Identifying the requirements practical of ISO/TS 16949 standard process by process;
- Discovering the main “core tools” of which the application is demanded by ISO/TS 16949.

This training is addressed mainly to quality managers, internal auditors, and production managers, alternates practical exercises and reinforcement to discover the standard in a progressive way. The realization of group works allows trainees to reinforce their understanding of the meaning of requirements and risks to which these requirements respond.

Within the scope of launch of new IATF 16949 standard, this company has once again call on Euro-Symbiose, this year, to ensure the change of its quality management system. Thus, the company undertaken together since 2014 will continue in the coming months.