Tuesday, December 12, 2017

AS/EN 9101

This standard defines requirements for the preparation, execution and reporting of the audit process for AS/EN 9100 series management systems. This standard is mandatory to use for AS/EN 9100 series management systems audits. Certification bodies and auditors are obliged to realize the audits in accordance with the requirements given in the standard. Additionally, it defines the conformity and process effectiveness to the AS/EN 9100-series standards, the organization quality management system documentation, and customer/regulatory requirements. This standard had been used as a checklist up to the issue of AS/EN 9100:2009 (C) and then this feature was cancelled. 2009/C version was driving undesirable results because of…
Incorporation of changes coming from ISO 9001:2015, ISO 17021-1:2015 and AS/EN 9100:2016, Changed process effectiveness levels from 4 to 5, Clarified issuing of NCRs based onto the audit findings: The following combinations resulted with scores of “1” or “2” shall imply nonconformites.  
Certification is planned and realized for 3 years period. First audit which is called as certification audit is performed in 2 stages followed by 1st surveillance audit after 1 year and 2nd surveillance audit after 2 years. Same cycle after completion of 3 years is reccured as recertification audit. Certification, Stage 1 AuditOrganization’s main QMS infrastructure, documentation and two main activities of internal audits and management review are reviewed during this audit to evaluate if the organization is ready to proceed to 2nd stage. Certification, Stage 2 AuditIt is a comprehensive audit to evaluate the functioning performance of all processes…
An opening meeting, as a part of audit, is held under the chairman of audit team leader to brief organisation’s management and processes responsibles within the scope of audit plan, audit process, requirements, finding categorization and reporting. Audit is performed as per AS/EN 9100 standard requirements under the predetermined audit plan scope. Each process is audited at its location by sampling method. Uncompliences are reported under the major and minör categorization. Nonconformity report is raised by giving statement of nonconformity, objective evidence(s) and requirement violated. A non-fulfillment of a requirement which is likely to result in the failure of the QMS…