Quality Systems - Aerospace - Model for Quality Assurance in Design, Development, Production, Installation and Servicing
- Aerospace Standard
Standard AS9100 includes ASQ9001:2000 quality system requirements and specifies additional requirements for the quality system of the aerospace industry.
For those not involved in design activities (Ref. ASQ9002), 4.4 is not applicable.
It is emphasized that the quality system requirements specified in standard AS9100 are complementary (not alternative) to the contractual and applicable law and regulatory requirements.
About the AS9100 Family of Standards
AS9101B, issued in March 2003, is the checklist corresponding to this standard, AS9100A.
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Data Sets - Support Documents
The SAE G-14 Americas Aerospace Quality Standards Committee (AAQSC) committee addresses all facets of aerospace quality-design, maintenance, and in-service experience. The group is dedicated to creating, preparing, and maintaining all relevant specifications, standards, and requirements for aerospace quality systems. Improvement in quality through variance reduction in processes and procedures is the continual focus of the committee. AAQSC aims to establish and maintain a dynamic cooperation based on trust between aerospace companies on initiatives to make significant improvements in quality performance and reductions in cost throughout the value stream. Initial focus regarding this objective is to continuously improve the processes used by the supply chain to deliver consistently high quality products, thereby reducing non-value added activities and costs. Other objectives for this committee are: to establish commonality of quality standards, requirements, tools and techniques; start a process of continuous improvement at suppliers; create methods to share results; and implement plans to bring the initiative to life (e.g., obtain regulatory concurrence).Participants in the SAE G-14 committee include OEMs, suppliers, processors, consulting firms, government, and others across the aerospace and defense industries. The AAQSC is a cooperative organization within the aerospace industry in the Americas (including North, Central and South Americas).