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    Jürgen Eilers

    The following Information has become available:
    „Currently suppliers providing products to both German and N.A. 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 VDA and AIAG FMEA Manuals. This causes confusion and adds complexity to the product development and product improvement activities of the suppliers.
    The focus of the work group is to come up with a common set of FMEA requirements/expectations that will enable suppliers 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.
    Program Director: Scott A. Gray – AIAG – (248) 358-3570
    Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems
    Continental Automotive
    Continental Teves AG & OHG
    Daimler AG
    Daimler Trucks NA LLC
    Ford Motor Company
    General Motors Company
    GKN Driveline
    Honda North America, Inc.
    Lear Corporation
    Nexteer Automotive
    ON Semiconductor
    Robert Bosch GmbH
    Schaeffler AG
    Verband der Automobilindustrie e. V. (VDA)
    Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
    ZF Friedrichshafen AG“

    We have become Aware that the working Group has been extended. Additional companies: Adam Opel AG, Ford Europe, GKN Driveline International GmbH, Knorr Bremse, Volkswagen AG.

    We are expecting that the draft will be published in October 2016.

    Gavin Robbins

    Hi Juergen,
    I am glad to hear that this is finally happening and appears to be building on the existing VDA 5 steps.. Any ideas how long the Yellow Book will become reality? Are you involved in this alignment?

    Jürgen Eilers

    APIS is not involved. Publication is delayed (draft? = May 2017).

    Jürgen Eilers

    Some AIAG members of the alignment team are not supporting the release of the existing draft (= yellow printing). They suggest a validation of the manual in-house and at named suppliers.

    The VDA concludes and creates a new training. The decision on the participating companies will take place in VDA QMA in the middle of May.

    This will delay the issue of yellow printing to the end of 2017.

    Jürgen Eilers

    In a meeting 2017-05-17 (AIAG/VDA?) the project status has been updated. What becomes known so far:

    – validation together with some selected suppliers based on existing documentation (D-FMEA & P-FMEA)
    – USA (Mid-June to Mid/End-July); Germany (End of June to Mid/End-July)
    – integration of feedback into existing documentation (August 2017)
    – yellow printing (September 2017)
    – availability of new revision (December 2017)

    Scope and type of feedback may affect planning.

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