What is AS9100?
AS9100 is a internationally coordinated aerospace standard for quality assurance in design, development, production, installation, and service based on the worldwide well-known as ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System standards. The AS9100 standard applies to all components of the industry from suppliers to manufacturers of aircrafts and aerospace vehicles, emphasizes the critical aspects of key distinctiveness, and focuses on the need to satisfy internal, government, and rigid requirements.
Who developed AS9100?
AS9100 was willingly developed by legislature from the aerospace industry global in the form of the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG).
What are the interior concepts and essentials of AS9100?
Similar to ISO 9001:2000 standard, the core concept of AS9100 is the “Plan-Do-Check-Act” cycle, which focuses your business / company on identifying key processes and results in nonstop enhancement.
Why should we register to AS9100?
AS9100 requirements are based upon open most excellent practices and are supported by the leading international aerospace industry organizations. Registering in this standard is encouraged for suppliers to NASA, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, General Electric Aircraft Engines (GEAE), Rolls Royce, and most other prime aerospace manufacturers. Since upgrading the AS 9000 standard in 1999, AS9100 has confirmed its effectiveness through more reliable proof methods
What are the proof necessities for compliance to AS9100?
Company / Organization within the aerospace industry use various verification requirements. Some use their own part-time auditors to verify suppliers’ quality management systems or share their quality system audit results with industry suppliers.
What is AS9110?
AS9110 has more specific requirements for the maintenance and repair of private, commercial, and military aircrafts (repair stations). This standard defines the Quality system requirements and offers extra wide-ranging requirements/criteria for service conveniences and the preservation repair for the aircraft industry at all levels of the MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) process.
What is an Aerospace Experience Auditor (AEA)?
Aerospace Experience Auditor designation is for those aspiring to become an aerospace experience auditor (AEA) and audit in aerospace. The requirements for becoming an AEA are complex and often misunderstood; they are cited in aerospace standard AS9014, Americas Aerospace Quality Group (AAQG) Requirements for Aerospace Quality Management Systems Certification/Registrations Programs. AEAs are required to be familiar with the AS9104 trilogy.
What is the IAQG?
“IAQG” stands for the International Aerospace Quality Group. Its purpose is to execute initiatives that make important improvements in Quality and Reductions in cost throughout the value stream by establishing and maintaining forceful cooperation, based on hope, between international aerospace companies. The IAQG is largely responsible for developing the AS9100 standards. Website Quality Management will not fall under this standard since these are the certification standards measuring entire company’s process.