Osiguravanje kvalitete u industriji motora i vozila
AbstractThe report describes the application of the internationalISO 9000 standards in the engines and vehicles indusuy, thatforms part of the 'hardware induslly'. As opposed to classicalinduslly, engines and vehicles industry tends to computer integratedmanufacturing and is realized on the level of the worldwidecooperative system. The international ISO 9000 standardsmake the basis of the organizational aspect of quality andhave a great influence to the technical aspect of product andproduction quality. These standards presume the existence ofall written documents of the quality system that can be fullycomputerized. The basic phases of application of the standards,the certification procedure of the quality system and organizationsthat carry it out are mentioned. The advantagesand the imperfections of certification are pointed out.
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