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What
What
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ASES ?
ASES ?
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What is ASES ?
ASES : Alliance Supplier Evaluation Standard
Evaluation of supplier Quality Management System
and shopfloor
ASES is used for following purposes.
New supplier evaluation for sourcing
Current supplier evaluation for improvement
Common to Renault and Nissan group.
ASES result is shared between Renault and Nissan.
Scoring since 2001 based on evaluation of 5000 supplier sites
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-Warranty 50 points
-PPM 50 points
-Recall camp - 20 points
Result indicator
(optional)
Process Indicator
better
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a b c
d
1
4
3
2 TOTAL : 100 points
Evaluation :
8 subjects in room (70 points)
1 shopfloor evaluation (30 points)
TOTAL :
100 points
A
B
C
D
20 40 60 80 100
2
0
4
0
6
0
8
0
1
0
0
Good
Improvement
needed
Does not meet
requirements
Judgment criteria
ASES result rank
ASES result rank is provided as A, B, C and D rank shown as above chart.
Excellent (80 ~ 100)
Satisfactory (60 ~ 79)
Acceptable (40 ~ 59)
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What is evaluated ?
Shopfloor evaluation
1. Quality Management by top management
- Certification and internal audits
2. Analysis of defects and recurrence prevention
- Warranty Information analysis
- Cause analysis
- Prevention of re-occurence
3. Quality target setting for new project
4. Project management at design phase
- Design review / - Design FMEA
5. PFMEA & Control Plan
- Process FMEA / - Control plan
6. Project management at pre-production phase
7. Ramp-up
8. Change management Process / Product change
9. Sub supplier control
- Sub Supplier change management
8. Shopfloor
- Control of start-up & equipment condition
- Training
- Management of NG parts (rule, rework, mixing)
- Management of unusual situations
- Safety characteristics
- Continuous improvement in shopfloor
ASES is structured by following 9 chapters
Renault / NISSAN
Supplier
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Documents (Standards, Procedures , Files etc.)
explanation
In-room evaluation
Supplier
critical item with demerit, based on past experience
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Score assessment
FINAL SCORE = SUM (each question score X weight) - DEMERITS
<Each questions score>
Each question -> score 0 to 5
Simplified explanation of each level :
0 : Not existing
2 : Insufficient
3 : Average
4 : Renault/Nissan expectation
5 : Best practice
<Demerit score>
If critical item score is 2 : - 5 on final score
If critical item score is 0 : -10 on final score
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Rules for good evaluation / time keeping
Rules
Prepare all documents in meeting room (Manual, Procedure and Record)
Switch off your mobile phone / no side conversation
Show evidence first, then explain.
Dont be offended by our interruptions
Only relevant person speaks.
Allow us to talk to operators after authorization
For information :
Wrap-up : OK /NG points, no score
YOU may take pictures during shopfloor tour (avoid during sourcing ASES tight schedule)
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Good answer, bad answer
guy #1: We are very good at pokayoke, we
love pokayoke, blablabla,we implement
Pokayoke everywhere we can
guy #2: We have a pokayoke for starting the
machine, we have a pokayoke for setting
parameter, we check the parameters thanks to
the pokayoke .blablablablablabla
Person in charge : Pokayoke are listed in the
control plan, where their check is described .
(see example)
For each PY check there is a work
instruction
(see example linked to previous
control plan)
Question: How do you check pokayoke?
I cant understand.
What is fact?
Are they really doing?
Time is gone....
I understand.
Rule is existing
Evidence is existing.
They are really doing.