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Rough Transition to IATF 16949 - 3rd Party Audit Findings, Conclusions, & Recommendations

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Globally, there are over 68,000 organizations certified to ISO/TS 16949:2009 that will need to undergo a transition audit to IATF 16949:2016. As of April 2017, 181 of these audits have been completed this year, resulting in an average of 5.3 nonconformities and nearly one major nonconformity (0.73) per audit. There is a lot we can analyze and learn from these audits. What areas are receiving nonconformities? What surprises lie in these nonconformities? What are 3rd party auditors finding/not finding? For example, who thought "Total Productive Maintenance" was going to be one of the top nonconformities? The list of nonconformities can be used as a preventive measure to ensure key registrar nonconformities are addressed before your transition audit.

Omnex has performed a large number of gap analysis audits for our customers and will compare our findings to the list of registrar nonconformities. What were Omnex's top findings? How many of them still remain? Why are companies still receiving major nonconformities for "Auditor Competencies" and "CSRs" when that was one of the top findings in Omnex's gap analyses? These are just some of the questions we will explore.

Join Omnex for the first of two IATF 16949:2016 webinars being conducted this summer to help you prepare for your transition. This first one focuses on IATF 3rd party audits and how you can focus on addressing these nonconformities. The second one will focus on auditor competencies, 2nd party audits, and CSRs to prepare for your 3rd party audit.

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