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Upcoming Changes to Aerospace Certification with AS9104/1 Revisions

Roger Albert Ritterbeck, Aerospace Program Manager, Bureau Veritas Certification North America, Houston, TX, USA

Keywords: AS9100, Aerospace Certification, Changes in Certification

Industry: Aviation/Space

Level: Intermediate

Abstract

Upcoming Changes to Aerospace Certification with AS9104/1 Revisions

AS9104/1 is the Requirements for Certification of Aviation, Space and Defense (ASD) Quality Management Systems. The certification standards covered under AS9104/1 are AS9100, AS9110 and AS9120. The 9104/1 document is maintained by the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG). The IAQG developed the International Controlled Other Party (ICOP) scheme to support the certification of ASD Quality Management Systems. The scheme was built upon existing International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and International Organization for Standardization requirements for certification of an organizations Quality Management System.

The ICOP scheme and ISO/IEC requirements have changed over time and the revision to AS9104/1 is aimed at strengthening the alignment between industry and current IAF requirements. Furthermore, AS9104/1 was revised to align with the latest revisions to the other ICOP scheme requirements documents.

AS9104/1 defines the scheme requirements for managing Aerospace Quality Management System (AQMS) certifications. Other standards in the series are AS9104/2 for defining industry oversight requirements and AS9104/3 for ASD auditor training, development, competence and authentication. This presentation will focus on the changes to AS9104/1 and the impact on ASD certified organizations.

The AS9104/1 is being revised to align with ISO/IEC 17021-:2015 and IAF mandatory documents. There are several changes that will impact ASD certified organizations. One major change is the elimination of campus, several and complex certification structures. The only applicable certification structures will be single site and multi-site. Another major change is the elimination of the Audit Duration Calculator which is being replaced with the Organization Certification Analysis Process (OCAP), which will require input from the certified organization. This will provide allowances for site specific audit duration based on risk and activity. There are also new requirements to add additional time for audit planning and resulting purposes.

There is complete section of the standard that defines requirements for certified ASD organizations. The presentation will go over those in detail and also provide an example of the OCAP tool, along with the risk analysis criteria.

Once published and the IAQG issues the Supplemental Rule for transition, CBs will have 18 months to transition all ASD certified organizations.















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