I can't speak to the IATF 16949 2016, but in regards to the ISO 9001:2015 I would say no. Since a Quality Manual isn't even required by ISO 9001:2015, I would move away from one as a document of importance. We keep ours very general and high level, then we link to other procedures as necessary. I also hesitate to include specific procedures into the QM that would require more frequent reviews and updates. If procedures are stand alone they are simpler to update in my opinion.
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