IATF certification

Avoid Hazards with Effective Corrective Action and Problem Solving

Avoid hazards with effective corrective action and problem solving

By Kim Roan – simpleQuE Consultant, Auditor and Trainer Which culture describes your organization when dealing with hazards – fire-fighting or problem solving? The process for corrective action and problem solving is a foundational element of any quality management system.  Unfortunately, many organizations still struggle to maintain a disciplined corrective action and problem-solving process.   When…

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November 2018 Automotive News

Automotive quality

Headlines In November, Cherie Reiche of the International Automotive Oversight Bureau (IAOB) announced that the release of the revised Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) manual has been pushed out to the end of 1st or early 2nd quarter 2019.  This AIAG and VDA-QMC collaboration will eventually revise all of the core tools. Also this month, the International Automotive Task…

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Janesville Acoustics Successfully Transitions to IATF 16949

SimpleQuE congratulates Janesville for IATF 16949:2016 Certification

Janesville Acoustics, a unit of Jason Incorporated, was founded in 1874 to manufacture cotton rolls and batting for the furniture industry. Janesville shifted to the transportation market with the rise of mass-produced automobiles, and today with more than 1,000 employees, is one of the world’s largest producers of acoustical fiber insulation to a variety of…

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Congratulations to Dana Incorporated!

Helping DANA with their IATF 16949:2016 Certification

With sites in 33 countries on six continents, Dana Incorporated is positioned to serve customers worldwide. In 2016, Dana was named to Forbes’ List of America’s 100 Most Trustworthy Companies.  That kind of trust and quality has earned Dana an impressive list of automotive customers including Ford, FCA, Renault-Nissan, GM and Toyota. That’s why IATF 16949 quality…

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