Aviation, Space, and Defense: AS9100:2016 the Future of Quality Management

Alan W. Daniels, Process and Systems Management, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA, USA

Co-Speaker: Buddy Cressionnie

Keywords: AS9100, Aviation, Space

Industry: Aviation/Space

Level: Intermediate

ABSTRACT

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 presentation 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 quality 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 organization around.

Whether you have an established Quality Management System or are just getting started, this session will provide you with the knowledge to confidently implement a quality management system, as well as those interested in the advance skill levels associated with the AS9100, AS9110 and AS9120 quality management standards.

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“ISO 9001 is used by millions of people and organisations around the world and the upcoming 2015 revision will have a big impact on those who work with the standard.

The impact of this revision will be similar to, if not greater than the 2000 edition, which was a major change for accreditation bodies, certification bodies, training organisations, implementing organisations, procurement organisations, consultants and customers.”

An excerpt from IRCA Resources on “ISO 9001: IRCA Supporting the 2015 Revision”, October 2013