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AIAG: Automotive Industry Action Group

AIAG, the Automotive Industry Action Group, is a nonprofit organization that develops and publishes standards for manufacturing within the automotive industry. Headquartered near Detroit, United States, AIAG standards are involved in the production of virtually every car in the United States, as well as the international production of American automotive companies. With 750 member companies covering every step of the supply chain, AIAG standards define the industry. Standards from AIAG are available both individually, directly through the ANSI webstore, and as part of a Standards Subscription. If you or your organization are interested in easy, managed, online access to standards that can be shared, a Standards Subscription may be what you need - please contact us at: StandardsSubscriptions@ansi.org or 1-212-642-4980 or Request Proposal Price.

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AIAG APQP:2008

APQP: Advanced Product Quality and Control Plan (Secured file - cannot be printed)

The APQP manual provides general guidelines for ensuring the Advanced Product Quality Planning is implemented in accordance with the requirements of the customer. It does not give specific instructions on how to arrive at each APQP or Control Plan entry. These guidelines are intended to cover most situations that can normally occur in the early planning or design phases, or during process analysis. Questions about these guidelines should be directed to your authorized customer representative. Second Edition - 07/2008.


AIAG PPAP-4:2006

PPAP-4: Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) 4th edition (Secured file - cannot be printed)

Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) defines requirements for production part approval, including production and bulk materials. The purpose of PPAP is to determine if all customer engineering design record and specification requirements are properly understood by the supplier and that the process has the potential to produce product consistently meeting these requirements during an actual production run at the quoted production rate. Version 4 - 3/2006


AIAG B-4:2003

B-4: Parts Identification and Tracking Application Standard (Secured file - cannot be printed)

Outlines the symbologies recommended for automotive part identification & tracking. Recommends the use of the linear symbologies, Code 39 or Code 128, or the 2D symbologies, Data Matrix or QR Code. Version3 adds Code 128 & QR symbologies. Version 3- 02/2003


AIAG CQI-9:2011

Special Process: Heat Treat System Assessment (Secured file - cannot be printed)

The goal of the publication is the development of a heat treat management system that provides for continual improvement, emphasizing defect prevention and the reduction of variation and waste in the supply chain. 

 This manual includes a CD which contains the heat treat system assessment worksheets.


AIAG MSA-4:2010

Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA), Reference Manual Fourth Edition (Secured file - cannot be printed)

This manual presents guidelines for assessing the quality of a measurement system. Its primary focus is systems where readings can be replicated on each part.. 4th Edition - 6/2010


AIAG CQI-12:2012

Special Process: Coating System Assessment (Secured file - cannot be printed)

The goal of the publication is the development of a coating management system that provides for continual improvement, emphasizing defect prevention and the reduction of variation and waste in the supply chain.   This manual includes a CD which contains the coating system assessment worksheets. 


AIAG CQI-14:2010

Consumer-Centric Warranty Management Guideline (Secured file - cannot be printed)

Consumer-Centric Warranty Management Guideline: A Guideline for Industry Best Practices

  This guideline is designed to promote advances in consumer satisfaction and continuous warranty improvement by providing a recommended, robust warranty management program that instills a consumer-centric approach to warranty management. This approach begins with the end consumer in mind, providing tactics, techniques and case studies for all constituencies, particularly vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers. The guideline is organized in steps that partner organizations can take to proactively reduce warranty incident rates and risks associated with warranty events.

 

    This manual includes a win zip file which contains the assessment worksheets, glossary, NTF decision tree case study, NTF fault tree analysis tool extension and case studies.


AIAG CQI-15:2010

Special Process: Welding System Assessment (Secured file - cannot be printed)

The goal of the publication is the development of a weld management system that provides for continual improvement, emphasizing defect prevention and the reduction of variation and waste in the supply chain.
 

    This manual includes an excel file which contains the welding system assessment worksheets.


AIAG CQI-8:2014

CQI-8: Layered Process Audit Guideline (Secured file - cannot be printed)

This guideline is designed to provide a common framework of the definitions and standard approaches that can be adopted by any automotive OEM or supplier to an OEM, at any depth in the supply chain (any tier). Organizations may choose to develop specific requirements for Layered Process Audits, such specific requirements will augment the suggested framework defined by this document. Version 2 - 1/2014


AIAG CQI-14:2015

Automotive Warranty Management: A Guideline for Industry Best Practices

Consumer-Centric Warranty Management Guideline: A Guideline for Industry Best Practices

  This guideline is designed to promote advances in consumer satisfaction and continuous warranty improvement by providing a recommended, robust warranty management program that instills a consumer-centric approach to warranty management. This approach begins with the end consumer in mind, providing tactics, techniques and case studies for all constituencies, particularly vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers. The guideline is organized in steps that partner organizations can take to proactively reduce warranty incident rates and risks associated with warranty events.

 

    This manual includes a win zip file which contains the assessment worksheets, glossary, NTF decision tree case study, NTF fault tree analysis tool extension and case studies.


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