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Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association Inc. – Association of Japanese automakers. IATF 16949:2016 was supported by the IATF and JAMA and worked out by representatives of the ISO/TC 176.
Self-controlled nonconformity detection system. Jidoka (Japanese origin) functions as a tool to localize and report problems that arise. Machines automatically detect incorrect functions at production points and stop the further production. This prevents further processing of nonconforming parts.
Audit by two or more collaborating auditing organizations at a single auditee. (On the basis of ISO 19011:2018)
Cooperation among parties that leads to the establishment of a new, legally independent entity. All founding companies participate with their capital. The founding companies also frequently introduce a large portion of resources in technology, property rights, technical and marketing know-how and/or industrial installations into the new company.
Japanese Standards Association, Tokyo, Japan. www.jsa.or.jp
Japanese Society of Quality Control, Tokyo, Japan. www.jsqc.org
Verification and subsequent summary of facts
(DGQ Volume 11-04:2009)
The Romanian-American industrial engineer Joseph M. Juran (1904 – 2008) is one of the pioneers and important figures in quality science. His core activity was the “Quality Trilogy.“ The process of systematic and continual quality improvement resulted in three recurring steps, namely, quality planning, quality control and quality improvement (quality trilogy).
Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers, Tokyo, Japan. www.juse.or.jp
Concept from procurement logistics with the objective of delivering the right quantity of the right products in the right order (in sequence). Further development of the just-in-time principle in order to provide the delivered product or material synchronously with the production order.
Organization principle and procurement strategy with the objective of waste-free realization of overlapping processes tailored to the specific needs. The right products should be procured at the right time and in the right quantity and provided for further processing. If this parts flows is practiced everywhere, the warehouse stock can approach zero. Today this principle is being further developed through just-in-sequence.