AS9100D 2016 Transition - what you need to know now
The 2016 revisions to the Aerospace Quality Management System (AQMS) Standards, known as the AS9100 series (AS9100/AS9110/AS9120), are based on ISO 9001:2015, with additional requirements specific for the Aviation, Space and Defense (ASD) sector. The revised standards will have a significant impact on ASD companies and require new approaches to the supply chain and leadership. The concept of preventive action is now part of risk identification and mitigation strategies and embedded throughout the revised standards. Required documentation is changing, and there is a renewed emphasis on change management.
Join BSI’s technical experts as we discuss the changes and important milestones every organization will need to meet, as well as the impact on companies currently certified and transitioning to the revised AQMS standards.
This event is a "must attend" for:
- Management Representatives
- Quality Managers
- Aerospace organization's leadership
- MRO Organizations
Doug Coppeler is the AVP, Aerospace Delivery, at the BSI Group. Doug began his career working with the nuclear power industry and then managing operations for several Certification Bodies.
Anne-Marie Pizzitelli has been responsible for BSI Canada Marketing since 2008. In her role, she manages Communications and makes sure clients are aware and of, and supplied with, all the most recent developments in the world of ISO standards.