AS9100D Transition Guide NSF International

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AS9100 Series Overview, AS9100 Aerospace Management Systems is a widely adopted and standardized quality management. system for the aerospace industry It was introduced in October 1999 by the Society of Automotive. Engineers in the Americas and the European Association of Aerospace Industries in Europe The. International Aerospace Quality Group IAQG developed the AS9100 document. AS9100 encompasses ISO 9001 with additional requirements for quality and safety relevant to. aerospace and defines the quality management systems standard for the industry All major aerospace. manufacturers OEMs and suppliers worldwide endorse or require certification to AS9100 as a condition. of doing business with them, AS9110 Aerospace Management System for Maintenance Repair and Overhaul MRO Stations is based. on AS9100 and adds specific requirements that are significant for the maintenance of commercial. private and military aircraft Certification of an MRO supplier to AS9110 is intended to provide an. additional layer of control but not act as a replacement for regulatory oversight or customer monitoring. AS9120 Aerospace Management Systems for Stockist Distributors is also based on AS9100 and adds. specific requirements for organizations that procure parts materials and assemblies and sell these. products in the aerospace industry e g stockist distributors AS9120 addresses chain of custody. traceability control and availability of records The standard is applicable to organizations that resell. distribute and warehouse parts found in aircraft and other aerospace components. The AS9100 series International Aviation Space and Defense Quality Model has approximately 105. additional requirements beyond ISO 9001 including, Configuration Special Requirements Project Management. Management Critical Items Supplier Scope of,Risk Management On Time Delivery Approval. Key Benefits of AS9100, The aircraft and aerospace industries have embraced AS9100.
as a critical tool for improving quality and on time delivery. within their supply chains Most of the major aircraft engine. manufacturers require AS9100 certification for their. Benefits of certification to AS9100 global industry standards. A qualification to supply major aerospace,manufacturers. Easy integration into existing quality management,systems as the AS9100 standard is based on ISO. 9001 with additional industry critical criteria, Access to the best practices of the aerospace industry. for quality and traceability to help reduce operational. Enhanced marketability of your products and services. through third party proof of your commitment to,deliver high quality products and services. A focus on customer satisfaction performance, objectives must be aligned to customer expectations.
Access to global markets through internationally,recognized certification. Reasons for Change, All standards go through a regular update to bring them in. line with industry changes and developments in technology. The 9100 series AS9110 AS9120 and AS9115 is being,updated to. Incorporate changes to the ISO 9001 2015,Consider aviation space and defense stakeholders. needs Web survey performed in 2013, Incorporate clarifications to 9100 series requested by.
IAQG users since the last revision,AS9100 Areas of Focus. Product Safety added in a separate clause and in selected areas. Counterfeit Parts Prevention added in a separate clause and in selected areas. Risk merged current 9100 requirements with the new ISO requirements and emphasis on risks in. operational processes, Configuration Management clarified and improved to address stakeholder needs. Awareness reinforced requirements for awareness of individual contribution to quality. Human Factors included as a consideration in nonconformity corrective action. Configuration Management clarified and improved to address stakeholder needs. Product Realization and Planning clarified and enhanced planning throughout the standard. Post Delivery Support merged current 9100 requirements with the new ISO requirements. Project Management combined with Operation Planning to address user interpretation issues. Design Development and Supplier Management Gap analysis ISO text has been added back. in a few places to meet the IAQG needs, Quality Manual Note added pointing to the requirements that make up a quality manual or the. equivalent, Management Representative Requirement added back in for Management Representative. QMS oversight,Once AS9100 2016 Has Been Published,What Should You Do.
Become Informed,Become familiar with ISO 9001 2015. Purchase the AS9100 2016 standard and begin to understand it. Understand differences between the 2016 version and previous versions. Begin Planning, Customers have three years from the publication to transition to the new standard. Communicate, Communicate changes to your team top management organization and interested parties. Questions needs or suggestions Contact NSF ISR at information nsf isr org. Transition Timing for Industry NSF,Industry NSF Target. 9 15 2015 ISO 9001 2015 Released,8 1 2016 Release of draft Supplemental Rule SR003.
9 20 2016 AS9100D Release,10 20 2016 AS9101F Release. 11 1 2016 AS9120B Release,11 4 2016 AS9110C Release. 11 30 2016 AS9100D AS9101F Auditor Training Released. 12 1 2016 11 1 2016 Provide documented information on requirements of transition to all certified clients. 12 1 2016 11 15 2016 Communicate to AB through OASIS dates of readiness to upgrade scope to AS91XX 16. 12 3 2016 Next Gen OASIS Phase 1, 1 1 2017 12 1 2016 Client establish transition commitment date. 1 16 2017 AS9110C AS9120B Auditor Training Released. Obtain documented evidence of client s commitment to transition to the upgraded. 3 1 2017 2 15 2017,4 22 2017 Next Gen OASIS Phase 2. 6 15 2017 10 20 2016 CB Transition to 17021 1 complete. AS9104 001 accreditation updated to include 2016 version of AQMS standards. 6 15 2017 2 1 2017,including the 9101 2016 standard.
6 15 2017 2 1 2017 Scope of accreditation must include 91XX 2016 criteria 9100 9110 9120 9101. 6 15 2017 6 1 2017 All auditors transitioned and authenticated to new standards. 6 15 2017 6 15 2017 All audits conducted to new standards may be exceptions for special audits. 9 1 2017 Current OASIS will no longer accept uploads Must be in Next Gen. 9 15 2017 9 1 2017 CBs complete and report risk mitigation plan for un transitioned certified clients. 12 1 2017 11 15 2017 Conduct risk mitigation plan for any client that has not transitioned. 1 1 2017 12 1 2016 Client establish transition commitment date. 9 15 2018 ISO 9001 2008 and AS Standards AS9100C AS9110B and AS9100A Cancelled. 9 15 2018 Transition complete All non transitioned certificates expire. AS9100D 2016 High Level Milestones, Current certificates will not be valid after the 3 year transition period. Existing AS9100 standard series users encouraged to transition early transitions may occur at any. point during cycle, Must maintain valid current certificate until successfully issued AS9100D 2016 Certificate. o All organizations must transition by September 15 2018. o Audits should be completed no later than June 15 2018 This will allow sufficient time for. NCR closure if needed,Transition Updates,How Long Will My Audit Be. Durations is required to be increased for all audits to ensure an effective review of the changes. between current standard s and new standard s,The amount of increase will depend on factors. o The type of audit Re certification vs Surveillance. o Client specific risk factors,o Client specific level of readiness self survey.
o A simple survey 10 15 questions will be sent to all clients in November to gather specific. information about each organization We NEED this information so please complete the. When Can I Upgrade, For AS9100 we anticipate readiness by Q1 of 2017 and can facilitate audits to AS9100D or AS9100C. Through 15 June 2017 the client organization has the choice of standard used. After 15 June 2017 all audits must be conducted to the new standard except Special Audits. like scope expansion, For AS9110 and AS9120 readiness will be a little later based on a delayed release of auditor training. We still anticipate Q1 late readiness,15 June 2017 is still a mandated conversion date. What Will Happen At My Audit,Through the audit a review will be conducted of. All processes of the organization, All deltas gaps from the current standard 9001 and 91XX and the new standard.
A review of activities for your scope statement we must verify the capability and capacity for. performing all activities described in your scope of registration. AS9100 Series High Level Changes,New process model. Clause 1 Added a plan do check act PDCA model,Scope Added risk based thinking. Emphasis on defining the QMS and context of the organization. No normative references,Normative References, Clause 3 ISO 9001 terms and definitions moved to ISO 9000. Terms and Definitions Added 9100 product safety and counterfeit product. Clause 4 Quality manual not required maintained documentation is. Context of the Justified exclusions not limited to realization operations processes. Organization QMS processes have performance indicators. Clause 5 QMS compatible with strategic direction, QMS requirements integrated into business processes. Leadership Processes deliver their intended outputs. Clause 6 When planning the QMS determine the actions needed to. address opportunities and risks preventive, Planning for the QMS Increases requirements for planning of changes.
Clause 7 Determine organizational knowledge requirements. Support Awareness of contribution to compliance and product safety. Planning for product obsolescence, Clause 8 Plan activities needed to assure product safety. Prevention of counterfeit products, Operation Process to validate test reports for raw material used in critical item. Release of products and services,Assess performance of QMS processes. Performance Added Note to evaluate performance indicators on internal audits. Evaluation, Evaluate the need for action based on human factors. Improvement, All ISO management systems standards will now have this common 10 clause structure called Annex SL.
structure The AS QMS requirements take into account new requirements from aviation space and. defense and other QMS standards incorporates stakeholder feedback and provides a common baseline. with ISO 9001 which benefits,Suppliers with dual certification requirements. Sub tier suppliers who only need ISO 9001, The commonality also enhances both auditor flexibility and reduced training needs. How NSF ISR Can Help You With the Transition, NSF ISR is a leader in management systems registration and can provide the latest information to clients. on updates to the standard We work with clients to ensure they fully understand the requirements and. timing of the standard changes Upon request we can provide a gap analysis. Through webinars email updates Web content presentations and white papers NSF ISR is here to. ensure that customers are equipped with the tools they need for registration Our knowledgeable. auditors are trained and our systems calibrated in preparation for the AS9100 launch. Whether you are currently registered and would like to gain efficiency by consolidating your audits or. are looking to newly register we have the tools and knowledge you need to succeed NSF ISR has. developed or is in the process of developing the following tools for customers looking to register to. AS9100 As they are developed you can find them on our transition website www nsf org info iso. Online Onsite GAP Training Tailored, Readiness Informational Analysis Sessions Transition. Tool Sessions Plans,Transitional Webinars Specialized Upgrade.
Planning Sessions Planner,9100 Correlation matrices. This table provides correlation matrices comparing 9100 2016 to 9100 2009 Please note that Annex A in. 9100 2016 states the following,A 1 Structure and terminology. The clause structure i e clause sequence and some of the terminology of this edition of this International. Standard in comparison with the previous edition 9100 2009 have been changed to improve alignment with. other management systems standards, There is no requirement in this International Standard for its structure and terminology to be applied to the. documented information of an organization s quality management system. The structure of clauses is intended to provide a coherent presentation of requirements rather than a model. for documenting an organization s policies objectives and processes The structure and content of. documented information related to a quality management system can often be more relevant to its users if it. relates to both the processes operated by the organization and information maintained for other purposes. There is no requirement for the terms used by an organization to be replaced by the terms used in this. International Standard to specify quality management system requirements Organizations can choose to use. terms which suit their operations e g using records documentation or protocols rather than. documented information or supplier partner or vendor rather than external provider Information. on the major differences in terminology between this edition of this International Standard and the previous. Transition Timing for Industry amp NSF Industry Date NSF Target Date Task 9 15 2015 ISO 9001 2015 Released 8 1 2016 Release of draft Supplemental Rule SR003 9 20 2016 AS9100D Release 10 20 2016 AS9101F Release 11 1 2016 AS9120B Release 11 4 2016 AS9110C Release 11 30 2016 AS9100D AS9101F Auditor Training Released 12 1 2016 11 1 2016 Provide documented information on requirements of transition

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