Dysinger completed our AS9100 Rev D recertification audit last week (Feb. 22-25, 2021) with zero identified nonconformities! All our Process Effectiveness Assessment Results (PEARs) were measured between 4 and the highest rating 5! This was an outstanding validation of an awesome team adhering to all quality requirements of our customers, AS9100D and our Quality Management System. What a great way to start 2021 and our 12th year serving the Aerospace industry! Kudos to the entire Dysinger Team!
- WIKIPEDIA EXERPT:
- AS9100 Revision D (2016), Quality Management System – Requirements for Aviation, Space and Defense Organizations
The update of AS9100 from revision C to D includes the full text of ISO 9001:2015. In addition to aligning the structure of the aviation, space and defense requirements to the new structure of ISO 9001:2015, the following key changes were implemented:
- Product Safety was added in a new clause and in other areas
- Counterfeit Parts Prevention was added in a new clause and in other areas (this was already in place in the AS9110 and AS9120 standards)
- Risk clause was merged with the new ISO 9001 risk requirements along with an increased emphasis on risks in operational processes
- Awareness clause was added with reinforced requirements for awareness of individual contribution to product and service quality and safety along with ethical behavior
- Human Factors are included as a consideration in nonconformity management and corrective action
- Configuration Management was clarified and improved to address stakeholder needs
AS9100 Revision D was released in September 20, 2016 with a certificate transition period aligned with the ISO 9001:2015 transition.
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