2023-03-09 OEM Repair Procedures and Build Sheet Data Meeting Minutes


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Mar 9, 2023


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  • Welcome/Networking

  • Antitrust

    • This meeting is subject to the terms of our anti-trust statement shown here.  In addition, this meeting may be recorded. 

  • Meeting minute Review

  • Review Categories

    • SCRS Document

    • OEM One Stop

    • Chuck’s Draft

Meeting Minutes

  • Antitrust Accepted

  • Meeting minutes reviewed and accepted.

  • Work Documents of the committee have been moved to Confluence.

  • Tim shared SCRS Categories document

    • Experts of this document is the OEM, it may be used by the industry, but the OEMS needs to guide the industry.

    • This may be able to help us group OEM repair procedures.

    • This document was done before hybrid or electric vehicles.

      • radiator may be in electric vehicle but will be different than an ice vehicle.

    • If we can present this to the OE roundtable in Richmond to ask take this to map the repair procedures to this document and get OE mapping to get an idea where we should look for things.

    • This could help us build the data for a search tool

    • General terms for a collision center to be able to work on different manufacturers and use same terminology to look up items.

    • Thank Aaron from SCRS for providing us with the document!

    • Add OE Columns

    • OEs can add rows as needed.

    • Codes in document is just a sequence and do not mean anything.

    • We are looking for the labor functions for this document.

    • The documents that Chuck had displayed last week has some of the same categories

      • We will have several subcategories with each of these.

  • Ancient Chinese Proverb: Through a lot, every journey starts with the first step, it might be a misstep and you stub your toe.

    • Lets start with the categories document and see what we get back.

    • Then we can look at workflows for estimating

      • Terms for accessing the data

  • Documentation of car repair history will need to stay with the vehicle for life.

    • New legislation coming for calibration.

  • Mark shared Audi page (TT for the cantgetem)

    • Technical Product Information General Categories

    • airbag sensor could be under electrical and not body

    • Repair Manual has Body (hoods, doors and fenders) vs body Collision

      • Body front with lock carrier

    • Mark is going to print the Repair Manual number categories

Great Meeting Everyone,

Up Next

  • Welcome/Networking

  • Antitrust

  • Meeting minute Review

Action items

Add Column of OE
Take to OEM Roundtable
Take document to NASDAQ




  • @Paulette Reed

  • Tim Ronak

  • Stacey Phillips

  • Mark Allen

  • Chuck Olsen

  • Andrew Batenhorst

  • Shaughn Kennedy

  • Chris Chesney

  • Dave Butler

  • Paul Marshall

  • Chrisa Hickey

  • Trent Tensley

  • Ginny Whelan

  • Ed Mondragon

  • Michael Giarrizzo

  • Kelci Lemanski

  • Don Porter

  • Phil Martinez

  • Dale Ringwald

  • Todd Korpi

  • Sandy Blalock

  • Chris Bonneau

  • Erin Solis

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