Product Safety Management × Employee Training


【Product Safety Management × Employee Training】
Lecturer:Penny Lin (Vice President/ Master Black Belts (MBB))

IATF 16949 was released in 2016, and LAYANA has successfully got IATF 16949 certification at the end of 2017.
This revision proposes new requirements on "product safety." Do you know what does product safety exactly mean?

Automotive applications that in electronic systems is getting more and more complex. In addition to the enhancement of functions, safety system has been regarded as one of the most important consideration as well.

To enhance the safety and reliability of auto parts, auto parts supply chain manufacturers who implement functional safety standards must strengthen the management of operating procedures, from raw material, management system, R&D and manufacturing processes, product inspection and storage management, to maintenance of equipment.
Through process and data management, not only the safety of automotive safety parts could be exactly controlled, but potential risk assessment could be carried out.

This is a change from quality perspective to safety perspective.

This training helps all members to be more aware of the processes and information of “safety management”, and helps LAYANA understand which aspects should be paid more attention to and take active assessment during R&D process, even helps us to win further business opportunities in the field of automotive components in the future.

With Penny’s explanation, all the members have a better understanding on product safety management.
As a supplier of world-class auto parts supply chain, we must keep enhancing our capacity and ensure our quality does not fall behind others, to achieve the quality requirements of automotive industry.


Product Safety Management

Employee Training

 automotive components

product inspection


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