The International Automotive Task Force (IATF) is constantly reviewing the impact of the coronavirus 2019-nCoV on the IATF 16949 certification scheme. First and foremost, our top priority is the safety, and well-being of everyone involved in the IATF 16949 scheme. The impact on the global economy and, in particular, on the automotive industry is unprecedented. Each day brings new developments and we want to assure you that the IATF leadership continues to both monitor and address all the emerging situations regionally and globally as they occur.
The IATF is in close communication and is working together to assess the next steps to be implemented from our contingency plan(s) and the IATF will make frequent updates to these extraordinary waivers as needed.
The IAOB is launching a voluntary Red Supplier Coaching Program.Continue reading
IAOB is offering sponsorship of AIAG training for your organization’s suppliers that are not meeting the customer requirements in quality and delivery.View Details
The IAOB has issued an updated letter with more information on this subject.Continue reading
The IAOB's James Bruin to present at the SAQS Event on Tuesday, April 25th, 2023.Continue reading
The IAOB would like to congratulate the 2022 Gold-level Certification Bodies, including their staff and auditors.Continue reading
The IAOB is requesting that all CB's inquire about their client's contingency planning, updated from February 17.Continue reading
The IATF has published Revision 7 of the IATF Measures Coronavirus Pandemic COVID-19 document.Continue reading
The IAOB would like to congratulate the 2021 Gold-level Certification Bodies, including their staff and auditors.Continue reading
This initiative aligns supplier performance to OEMs with certification and allows the IATF to communicate supplier status (i.e. Red or Green) to the Certification Bodies between regular audits.