Join our live webinar as we help to familiarize you with the questions you can expect from a 3rd party IATF auditor.
IATF 16949 audits very often cause a lot of stress at any automotive supplier. The stakes are high as failing the audit would impact their good standing with buyers and influence the buyers’ perception of the organization’s readiness for new business, resulting in potential business holds or more.
Wouldn't knowing exactly what the IATF auditors would concentrate on be a great advantage to you? All IATF auditors follow the same audit structure and have a mandate to cover the prescribed content. If you set up your QMS in such a way that top management, your internal auditors and process owners follow the same approach as the IATF auditor, no special preparation is needed and your QMS should pass an audit with no issues.
The objective of this webinar is to familiarize the audience with the questions they can expect from a 3rd party IATF auditor. The content will cover the expectations and evidences that an average IATF auditor would search for in an audit. It will also cover common pitfalls and misunderstandings that clients may experience during the 3rd party IATF audit.
- Where do all IATF certification requirements come from?
- Scope of certification
- Certification structure
- Audit duration calculation
- Pre-audit information requirements
- Prescribed on-site audit activities
- Audit findings and classifications
- Follow up
This webinar is aimed at QMS process owners including Automotive Managers, Engineers, Internal Auditors at Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive suppliers and auditees at automotive companies.
Dusan Nikolic, P. Eng – Technical Business Development Director Automotive, SGS North America
Hisham Daboura – Regional Sales Manager, Industrial & Transportation, SGS
Can't make a live session?
Register now and receive a complimentary recording after the live event.
For further information, please contact:
t: +1 201 508 3065