UNE-ISO/TS 16949:2009 establishes the specific requirements for implementing the Standard ISO
9001for mass production and original spare parts in the automotive industry. This certification is a necessary requirement for any supplier that supplies directly to manufactures and, depending on the clients' contractual requirements, is also necessary for lower-level suppliers.
The main goal of the Standard UNE-ISO/TS
16949 is to foster ongoing improvement, emphasising the prevention of defects and waste in the supply chain. And that is why this standard ensures that the car's parts, pieces and safety systems meet the requirements specified by the clients, as well as by the applicable regulations. On the other hand, this standard promotes the ongoing improvement of products at better prices, as well as the research and development of new parts that affect the safety of vehicles and their environment.
Companies that produce parts for the automotive industry.
Because it's a certification based on
9001 it can be integrated with environmental management
14001 and Health and Safety at Work (OHSAS
18001) and Metrology Management (ISO
Once the Audit process has been completed, if the introduced system adapts to the requirements of the standard UNE-ISO/TS
16949, the organisation obtains:
Furthermore, organisations with management systems certified by AENOR have free access to the
AENORnet and a subscription to the
AENOR monthly magazine.
AENOR Mark for ICT Accessibility
IQNet Mark MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
AENOR has been operating in the automotive sector since 1997, with over 500 certificates issued in accordance with the UNE-ISO/TS 16949 Standard, and a client portfolio including the likes of the Antolin Group, Ficosa, Arcelormittal Spain, Saint Gobain, Valeo, and the Maier Group, among others. AENOR has been accredited by the IATF (International Automotive Task Force).