PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 2 ALV Internal External APP Suppliers CLD in ASPP and ASM Autoliv Product Development System (APDS) Autoliv Production System (APS) Autoliv Sourcing and Purchasing Process (ASPP) Supplier Manual (ASM ) Autoliv- Employees AGI Interface/Medium CLD=Control Level definition CLD is an ALV-internal ASPP- procedure, which is executed by Autoliv and just for information purpose also published to our suppliers through ASM. !
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 3 Project PurchasingAdvanced Sourcing Serial Purchasing & Management Commodity Purchasing ASPP Updates and Revision Status Where is CLD found in ASPP ? CLD
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 4 Where is CLD found in ASM ? CLD
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 5 Control Level Definition What is Control Level Definition (CLD)? areas of risk a rating method to identify areas of risk associated with the launch of any project in order to prioritize Autoliv focus of the S- APQP effort.
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 6 Control Level Definition Purpose of CLD? combined assess and rate the combined risk of: the selected serial suppliers the supplier product the supplier process
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 7 Control Level Definition Why do we need to execute CLD? high risk situations to raise awareness of high risk situations high risk situations to prioritize resources to manage high risk situations for Autoliv Determines the amount of resource required Determine Follow up method and frequency Standard Procedure
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 8 Control Level Definition Who does CLD? Project Team Purchasing Project Coordinator/Buyer (responsible to lead the efforts) Supplier Quality Advanced Design Engineer *) Process Engineer Others as required *) Note: When the project contains elements of design that are controlled by DA or CDA or CPA, these individuals shall determine if the supplier product is to be defined as CLD 4 product or not. See next slide for an example of responsibility. (CDA - Corporate Design Authority - is an individual Team who is appointed to a specific product type or to a product family. CPA - Corporate Product Authority - is an individual Team who is appointed to same customer products delivered to multiple customer locations and/or produced at multiple ALV locations. See further AS 115)
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 9 Example of CDA, CPA and Local APDS Project Team involvement in a customer product Top Assembly e.g. Seatbelt Component 1 e.g. Webbing Component 2 e.g. Tongue Customer project owned and approved by Project Team Leader (PTL) Also approved by CPA Sub-Assembly e.g. Retractor Component 4 e.g. Spindle Component 3 e.g. Frame Owned and approved by CDA Implement Global Strategy Define Interaction & Split Responsibility
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 10 Control Level Definition When is CLD performed? after supplier selection prior to S-APQP in accordance with APDS (normally in phase 1)
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 11 Control Level Definition General process Step 1 : Determine if the supplier product is of the category of products defined as a “CLD 4 - supplier product” ( see next slide ) If “Yes ==> CLD level is determined as CLD 4 If “No ==> Go to step 2 Step 2 : Answer the questions about “Key definitions” : Current or New Supplier ? Current or New Technology/Process ? Current or New Supplier Product Design ? Step 3: Use the CLD Matrix to determine CLD level.
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 12 Control Level Definition Step1: Determine, if product/component is a “CLD-4-supplier product: Question: What is a “CLD 4 - supplier product” ? A CLD 4- supplier product is a component which has a critical impact on Autoliv product performance in it´s product application (as defined by CDA/CPA and/or local project team and CDA/CPA and/or project team experience shows that thorough follow-up during the APQP process is of outmost importance in order to reduce risk (product performance, project, etc). For this category of supplier products, CLD 4 is the default level.
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 14 Control Level Definition Step 2 : Determine key definitions required to establish CLD: a) Supplier : Current or New ? current supplier are any serial supplier doing business in the current ALV business region ( i.e.: ANA, ASA, AEU, AAP, AJP, ALE) new supplier site is “New supplier”
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 15 Control Level Definition Step 2 (continue): Determine key definitions required to establish CLD: b) Technology/Process : Current or New ? new technology means new to supplier. significant change “new” indicates a significant change in, raw material, sub supplier, machines, tool concept, process steps/sequence, or testing procedure to produce like or similar components.
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 16 Control Level Definition Step 2 (continue): Determine key definitions required to establish CLD: c) Supplier Product Design : Current or New ? New means: any significantchange any significant change to form, fit or function of the supplier product significant change significant change to an existing raw material new raw material
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 17 Control Level Definition Additional consideration to determine CLD Normal/Compressed Timing time is compressed if there is a need to expedite resources required to meet a targeted time. the CLD level will be increased by the project team, if the team has the impression that additional attention/support of ALV will help the supplier to meet the targeted timeline. examples could be production equipment, tooling, raw material availability or personnel availability past due actions will not be cause for redefining of CLD
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY CLD Determination Matrix: Control Level Definition Step 3: Use the CLD Matrix to determine CLD level:
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 19 Control Level Definition Step 3 (continue): Using the “CLD determination matrix”: a) Put “X” in relevant columns of “CLD- determination matrix” according to step 2. b) CLD-Determination: CLD Level # 1 No (0) “X” in the column “New supplier”, “New technology/process”or “New Design” CLD Level # 2 One (1) “X” in the column “New supplier”, “New technology/process”or “New Design” CLD Level # 3 Two (2) or three (3) “X” in the column “New supplier”, “New technology/process”or “New Design”
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 20 Control Level Definition Step 3 (continue): Summary / Control Level definition Table:
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 21 Control Level Definition Control Levels What are the Control Levels (CLD 1 - 4) ? and What are the requirements within these levels ?
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 22 Control Level Definition
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 23 Control Level Definition Additional consideration to CLD 1 - 3 AS-2 Audit or AS 69 Audit may be required in all or part at any level on the CLD matrix
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY Examples for Control Level Definition
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 25 Example - Airbag Example Situation Driver Airbag – Mfg by AWM – A Mexican Steering Wheel Facility New Autoliv Customer New Cover Design Existing Supplier, New technology New Emblem Existing Yellow Supplier Existing aluminum rivet Existing Supplier 1 st (New) Driver OPW cushion Existing Green Supplier, New technology
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY Example - Airbag CLD Determination Matrix
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY 27 Example - Seat Belt Situation Rear Center Seat Belt – Mfg by KLE Facility New Autoliv Customer Existing Technology Webbing – New Color for VOA According to CLD determination matrix == > CLD 2 (see also next slide) Expedited Lead Time – 12 weeks SOP Project Team determined attention/support of ALV will help the supplier to meet the targeted timeline CLD level to increased by the project team - Team decision : CLD 3
PRIVATE / PROPRIETARY Example - Seat Belt CLD Determination Matrix