8:00 AM – 5:00 PM; 0.8 CEU
Alan Daniels, Process and Systems Manager, The Boeing Company; and L.L. “Buddy” Cressionnie, President, ASD Expertise, LLC.
This workshop will provide participants with an inside look into the changes in the 2016 revisions of AS9100, AS9110, AS9120, and AS9115 aviation, space and defense quality standards, as well as the ISO 9001:2015 used as its foundation.
The entire AS9100 standard will be reviewed and tips will be provided on how to conduct assessments and what to look for as you conduct the gap analysis. This is a good time and opportunity to reinvigorate your organization's quality management system and ensure that it aligns with the strategic direction of the organization.
The workshop will also offer an opportunity to look inside the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG), its strategy, the most current trends and developments, and discuss how a closed loop system works for a Quality Management System and the benefits it brings.
In today’s competitive business environment innovation in Quality Management System (QMS) is fast becoming less of an option and more of a requirement as executives look to improvements in qual¬ity and performance. Often, implementing and maintaining a QMS is viewed as just an added cost. However, organizations that have looked to QMS to help them lead their business find that a QMS is a great foundation to build an innovative and progressive orga¬nization around.
The new AS9100:2016 is based on the current ISO9001:2015, plus the additional requirements of the Aviation, Space and Defense industry requirements. The AS 9100:2016 is scheduled to be released in October 2016. The focus of the revision is to add clarity, and enhance ease of use.
AS9100:2016 Transition Date
The transition for Aerospace standards will be the same as the ISO 9001:2015 deadline, which is September 15, 2018. After this date the AS9100:2009 / AS9100 Rev. C will no longer be valid. All new audits after June 2017 are required to be according to the new AS9100:2016 Rev. D.
In September of 2015, the AAQG (Americas Aerospace Quality Group) highlighted the following key changes and areas of focus for the AS 9100:2016 (and AS 9110 and AS 9120) standard.
1. High level structure (HLS)
3. Risk-based thinking
4. Process approach strengthened and more explicit with integration of the QMS into organization’s business processes
5. Concept of preventive action now addressed throughout the standard by risk identification and mitigation
6. Emphasis on change management
7. Introduction of knowledge management
8. Clearer understanding of the organization’s context
9. Aligning QMS policy and objectives with the strategy of the organization
10. Explicit performance evaluation requirements
11. Greater flexibility with documentation
12. More compatible with services
By attending this seminar, you will be able to:
- Summarize the International Aviation, Space & Defense standards change process and why changes to the standards were required.
- Identify key changes between AS9100 Rev. B and Rev. C and how these changes will impact an organization’s certificate transition.
- Identify the requirements of AS9100:2009 Rev. C with emphasis on the process approach, project planning, risk management, configuration management, and work transfer.
- Identify and understand AS9101:2010 Rev. D Audit Requirements for conducting and reporting audits and the impact these requirements will have on organizations and implementers involved in transitioning to Rev. C.
- Identify key components of AS9104-1 Certification Process Overview and the influence this standard will have in the transition and certification process.
Who Should Attend
This seminar is intended for Aviation, Space and Defense industry professionals who desire a detailed understanding of the requirements of AS9100 Rev. C in order to manage, implement, and perform internal audits to the standards. Additionally, trainers, consultants, and other individuals that maintain a significant interest in AS9100 standards will benefit from the information presented in this seminar."
Workshop registration fee is $645 if you register by February 17, 2017. The fee includes course materials, a certificate, and lunch. Please note that space is limited.