Continuous Quality Improvement Alphabet – ISO/TS1649

ISO/TS16949. In 2002, the Internal Automotive Task Force (IATF) and ISO adopted the technical specification #16949 for quality management systems, with particular requirements for automotive production and relevant service parts organizations. At a minimum, this standard provides suppliers to vehicle manufacturers a single quality management system recognized by IATF-participating companies.

ISO/TS1649 Lessons Learned & Best Practices

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