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ISO/TS 16949:2016 Draft

Discussion in 'IATF 16949:2016 - Automotive Quality Systems' started by Canaan, Feb 19, 2016.

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    Canaan New Member

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    Hello,

    I am the ISO coordinator at a relatively new automotive supplier, and we have been charged with becoming TS certified by March 2017. With the new revision of the standard set to be released in December, and with 2009 certification set to expire in September 2018, we are hoping to just be initially certified to the 2016 revision.

    My question is if anyone knows if the draft of the new revision is ever made available to the public. I am hoping to get a copy so we can begin a gap analysis well in advance of the planned December release.

    Thanks.
     
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    Absolutely no need to do so. It's a draft which suggests you may identify and plan for certain gaps that may not exist when the new release comes into play. Wasted time and effort, especially given the grace period after a new release of the standard.

    Don't think drafts are released to anyone other than the entities consulting on the standard.
     
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    Golfman25 Well-Known Member

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    The problem is that the way it's going there is going to be less than 24 months grace period. It would at least be nice to see what they are "thinking."
     
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    From reading the IATF communique regarding TS cert expirations in Sept. 2018 due to the release of ISO 9001:2015, if I were planning a new TS certification in 2017 I would consider implementing my system to the new ISO language plus current TS requirements. Then again, the communique doesn't fully clarify this and ends by saying that the IATF is currently developing TS 2009 transition plans. It may be best to select your registrar as soon as possible and seek their guidance. The communique is linked below:

    http://www.iatfglobaloversight.org/...ique_2015_007_Certificate_Expiration_Date.pdf
     
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    Given the new version is being written to follow the new version of 9001 then don't anticipate huge material change (but you never know!). They'll release a draft when the technical committee has a good idea of a final agreement amongst themselves...
     
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    I assume this indicates they will follow Annex SL?
     
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    I would certainly think so - it may even be a requirement for new standards by now. Should make life a little simpler:)
     
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    If you get the opportunity to look at the ISO22301:2012 Business Continuity Managment Systems; which in one of the first standards to follow the Annex SL format. BTW, if you want to improve on your contingency planning, I recommend looking at this standard as well.
     
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    Andy Nichols Moderator Staff Member

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    Sadly not! ISO 13485 is not adopting the Annex SL...
     
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    Well that's just not systematic! lol
     

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