Saturday, July 02, 2022

AS/EN 9100

It is an international management system standard that has been established on ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard with additional exclusive requirements of aerospace and defence industries.
This standard is primarly developed for the companies that design, develop, produce defence, space and aviation products and provide post-delivery support for their own products, but may also be used by other industries’ organisations who wish.
Its primary objective is to improve quality, schedule and cost performance.
The aerospace and defense industries accept AS/EN 9100 as a means of improving quality and on-time delivery within their supply chain. Safety and reliability demands of the industry drive the need for product quality to approach near perfection. It appears that the only way to go towards perfection is to work through continuous improvement. AS/EN 9100 quality management systems is an important tool providing continius improvement covering the exclusive requirements for the abovementioned industries. Therefore, AS/EN 9100 certification is a sign of acceptability that helps to demonstrate the quality standards to customers. Certification to AS/EN 9100 is associated with the following benefits: One voice,…
On June 6, 1999 in Madrid, Spain, Working Group 11 of ISO TC20 approved the international aerospace quality standard for publication. First release in October 1999 was followed by 2001/A revision and 2004/B revision to provide harmonization with ISO 9001:2000 structure and to define additional aerospace requirements. AS/EN 9100 was upgraded to 2009/C revision in January 2009 to adapt the ISO 9001:2008 changes and also to include the defense sector. The latest 2016/D revision of the standard was published in September 2016 to keep the same line with ISO 9001:2015 which has considerable structural and content changes and to define the up to date aerospace/defense requirements. All…
The International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) is responsible for the development and maintenance of the standard. Related wesite is:  
IAQG and its sector member companies, IAQG Strategy Streams and Teams, suppliers, civil airworthiness authorities, certification/registration bodies, defense industry and authorities, space industry companies, regulatory authorities and trade group associations.  
2009/C Incorporate ISO 9001:2008 changes, Definition of additional requirements onto ISO 9001:2008, Special Requiements/Key Characteristics Project Management Risk Management Configuration Management Control of Work Transfers Additional requirements onto Product Realization Additional requirements onto Measurement, Analysis and Improvement Expand scope to include land and sea based systems for defense applications, Ensure alignment with IAQG strategy (on-time, on-quality performance), Adopt new requirements based on stakeholders needs, Improve existing requirements where stakeholders identified need for clarification. 2016/D Incorporate ISO 9001:2015 stractured onto 10 clauses basis, 1-Scope 2-Normative References 3-Terms and Definitions 4-Context of the Organization 5-Leadership 6-Planning for the QMS 7-Support 8-Operation 9-Performance Evaluation 10-Improvement Incorporate…