Are you a current supplier or trying to become a supplier to the aviation, space, or defense industry? If so, you may be required to implement this standard.
This current revision “D” has been revised to be suitable for the Aviation, Space and Defense organizations. It was written by the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG). The IAQG includes representatives from organizations in the Americas, Asia/Pacific and Europe.
The current standard is based upon the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems ~ Requirements Standard with many Aviation, Space and Defense organization “adders.”
This international standard provides the framework for implementing a QMS. It defines requirements in the clauses of the standard. The standard is based upon the “Process Approach”. Whether your “product” is software, hardware, service or processed materials, this QMS can provide structure and aid in bringing discipline within your organization.
We will help you understand the requirements, how to interpret the requirements and provide you with consulting support to develop and implement the system within your organization.
We can also assist you in the upgrading of your AS9100 Rev. “C” QMS.
The AS9100 Rev. “D” QMS implementation process would consist of the development of the required AS9100 Rev. “D” QMS documented information. The applicability of any current site documentation would be reviewed and updated during this process.
A kickoff meeting would be held with the AS9100 Rev. “D” QMS implementation management team before the process begins. At this meeting, each clause of the standard will be reviewed and the team selects employees who will be the process owners. The process owner is responsible for soliciting employees who are internal customers and suppliers for that process to help develop the related procedure. These employees will then attend the procedure development meetings. Once the documents are developed, this team is responsible for training the employees.
Internal System Auditors will be trained in the requirements of the AS9100 Rev. “D” QMS standard and system auditing techniques. Once the training is completed, they will perform audits of the system to determine compliance and effectiveness of the implementation of the system.
All employees would attend an AS9100 Rev. “D” QMS awareness session to become knowledgeable of the standard requirements, their responsibilities and what to expect when the registrar conducts the registration / certification audit.
We are involved from initial inquiry stage to becoming registered / certified to the standard. This includes but is not limited to;
If you are not sure how your current formal or informal system complies with the standard, we can provide you with a gap analysis audit. This audit can be used as a planning guide to implementing the necessary improvements required to be in conformance to this standard.