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Requirements of AS9100 Rev D PowerPoint

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Use these materials to educate groups on the AS9100D standard.

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    • Present to Management Team as you investigate AS9100
    • Educate employees as your company implements ISO certification
    • Present to customers & vendors so they understand the requirements
The AS 9100 Rev D Requirements – an Overview in PowerPoint

In a 127-slide presentation with speaker notes, we have paraphrased the text of the AS 9100 Rev D aerospace standard and cover the following areas to provide an overview of the requirements:

  • What is AS 9100 D?
  • Steps to registration
  • Benefits of registration
  • The Process Model/Process Approach
  • What are the requirements of AS 9100 D?
    • Section 4 – Context of the Organization
    • Section 5 – Leadership
    • Section 6 – Planning
    • Section 7 – Support
    • Section 8 – Operation
    • Section 9 – Performance Evaluation
    • Section 10 – Improvement

Section 4: Context of the Organization

Gives requirements for the Context of the Organization and covers:

  • Understanding the organization and its context
  • Understanding the needs and expectations of interested parties
  • Determining the scope of the quality management system (QMS)
  • The QMS and its processes.

Section 5: Leadership

Gives requirements for Management’s role in the QMS and covers:

  • Leadership and Commitment
  • Customer Focus
  • Quality Policy
  • Organizational Roles, Responsibility and Authority.

Section 6: Planning

Gives requirements for planning of the QMS and covers:

  • Actions to address risks and opportunities
  • Quality objectives and planning to achieve them
  • Planning for changes.

Section 7: Support

Gives requirements for planning of the QMS and covers:

  • Resources (people, infrastructure, work environment, monitoring resources
  • Competence
  • Awareness
  • Communication
  • Documented Information.

Section 8: Operation

Gives requirements for:

  • Operational planning and control covering risk management, configuration management, product safety and prevention of counterfeit parts
  • Requirements for products and services
  • Design and development of products and services
  • Control of externally provided processes, products and services
  • Production and service provision
  • Identification and traceability
  • Preservation of product including post-delivery activities
  • Control of changes
  • Release of products and services
  • Control of nonconforming outputs.

Section 9: Performance Evaluation

Gives requirements on monitoring processes and improving those processes

  • Monitoring, measurement, analysis and evaluation, including customer satisfaction
  • Internal audit
  • Management review.

Section 10: Improvement

Gives requirements for improvement and covers:

  • Nonconformity and corrective action
  • Continual improvement.

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