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What is Difference Between ISO TS 16949 and ISO9001?

03/05/2012 12:38 AM

TS 16949 and ISO9001 both are ISO standards bodies.

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Re: What is Difference Between ISO TS 16949 and ISO9001?

03/05/2012 1:10 AM

What is the difference between TS 16949 and ISO 9001:2000?KQMC - FAQsTS 16949 includes all the requirements of ISO 9001:2000 in addition to specific requirements for the automotive industry - suitable for companies involved in an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) supply chain. If a company does not supply an OEM or OES (original equipment service) they do not qualify for TS 16949. ISO 9001:2000 is more generic and applies to a broad range of industries.

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03/05/2012 5:50 AM

You beat me to it!

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03/05/2012 2:35 AM

ISO 9001 is a QMS.. Quality Management System, that will ensure that each task is performed the same way with the same attention to detail and quality, ranging from the way you answer the telephone and take customer orders to how you pass information dow to the workers and hwo the workers can pass information up to the board room.

It also has a section for design & development. However the other standard you cite is a stand alone standard introduced by the IATF with a task to prvent failures in teh automotive industry. This standard could be included into you QMS under design & devolpment if required.

try this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO/TS_16949

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03/05/2012 5:57 AM

That's not strictly true.

You can be examined soley for TS216949 since it includes all the ISO9001 requirements. It covers all aspects of business from order acceptance and acknowledement, through Goods In, manufacturing and despatch. IT also covers management-workforce information flow. It has additional clauses that relate specifically to the automotive industry and thus probably don't have much relevance elsewhere.

There are books published on FMEA (Failure Mode Effect analysis) and PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) specifically for TS16949.

TS16949 grew out of the Ford and GM internal QMS.

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03/05/2012 12:02 PM

I did say that TS216949 is a stand alone standard.

It COULD be included in your ISO 9001 QMS if so desired, as for the total content of said standard, yes it is almost the same as ISO9001.

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03/06/2012 5:40 AM

I misread what you'd written. Must get my eyes checked....

My apologies.

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03/06/2012 6:05 AM

no worries, I do the same... now where are my glasses???

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03/06/2012 6:11 AM

On top your head?

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03/06/2012 6:17 AM

never thought of that.. yep thats where they were!! I didn't know web cam was on!

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03/06/2012 7:54 AM

A woman's all-seeing eyes....LOL

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04/01/2013 10:13 AM

So does this means that TS 16949 can also be achieved by the company without earning ISO 9001 ?

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04/01/2013 11:07 AM

If you follow my link from my first answer, yes it is the dreaded wikipedia, but it does explain far better than any other site exactly what is required and what exactly TS 16949 is and the requirements to obtain that standard.

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04/01/2013 11:50 PM

Cool, many thanks for the advice brich.

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