It is our main objective is to create, maintain or re-establish sustainable competitive advantages for our clients. To this end, we employ superior management systems as well as our ability to respond flexibly and quickly to changes. Our service portfolio focuses on three main aspects:
Over the past 21 years we have collaborated with our clients to develop common quality methods, tools, training, and consulting. Our quality management consulting tools include Advanced Product Quality Planning & Control Plan (APQP), Product Part Approval Process (PPAP), Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Measurement System Analysis (MSA), and Statistical Process Control (SPC).
Today, most manufacturers and suppliers require use of one or more of these tools. Therefore, organizations whose employees have mastered these core processes can assure their team has the most qualified individuals working on their behalf and that applicable quality reference manual requirements will be met without fail.
Our rapidly growing client base spans a wide range of industries including:
|IATF 16949:2016||ISO 50001:2011||ISO/IEC 20000-1||ISO 13485:2016|
|ISO 9001:2015||ISO 14001:2015||ISO/IEC 27001||TPECS | MDSAP|
|ISO 22301:2012||ISO 9001:2015||FSSC 22000:2005||ISO 37101:2016|
|BCMA | IRCA||ISO 14001:2015||HACCP | GMP||ISO 26000 | 20121|
Quite simply, anyone involved in the engineering, manufacturing, quality control, or sale product. That includes professionals working in:
Keeping pace with the global growth in automotive, the Quality Core Tool documents are available in English, German, and Spanish.
How about now? With GPG’s onsite training your pathway to optimum quality and customer satisfaction is easier than ever.
Although the final version will be released by the end of April 2018 and publish by May 2018, the yellow print is ready since 15th November 2017.
Currently suppliers and system developers providing products to both German and North America automotive industry OEM’s are required to assess their products’ failure modes and effects differently, based on differences between the Severity, Occurrence, and Detection rating tables in the and AIAG and VDA FMEA Manuals. This causes confusion and adds complexity to the product development and product improvement activities of the suppliers. The methodological specifications in the respective standards and manuals of AIAG and the VDA show differences. These often lead to discussions, multiplication and complexity.
One of the main focuses of the AIAG | VDA Alignment is the standardization of the criteria, severity, occurrence and detection within the new ranking tables. The AIAG | VDA work group are completing a core set of FMEA requirements/expectations that will enable suppliers (globally) to have a single FMEA business process and associated set of methods and tools to produce robust, accurate and complete FMEA’s that would meet the needs and expectations of any of their customers.
GPG will work with you on the process and the contents of the FMEA approach to AIAG and VDA, each step of the way, as this alignment process is finalized sometime in April/May 2018. Now is the perfect time to book your onsite training for your team(s), at your facilities. Give us a call toll free or email us today.
According to the qualification in severity, occurrence and detection, the qualification of Action Priority (AP) shall be granted.
This change will require training to processes staff, if you need the full AIAG or VDA document(s) of this article and/or training with the current filling of the FMEA please contact call our toll free number above and/or send us an email.