The AS13100 standard has been created by the SAE G-22 Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Technical Committee to harmonize and simplify supplier quality requirements that are in addition to the requirements of AS9100 Quality Management Systems – Requirements for Aviation, Space, and Defense Organizations and AS9145 Advanced Product Quality Planning and Production Part Approval Process.
Previously the Aerospace Engine Manufacturers based their supplier quality requirements on 9100 but had differing supplemental requirements and guidance albeit with largely the same intent. These supplemental requirements originate from the need to meet Regulatory, Customer, Industry, and Business requirements that are not explicitly covered by AS9100 and AS9145.
This standard sets out to create a common set of supplemental requirements with common reference materials to improve understanding, efficiency, and performance. While significantly simplifying the businesses of suppliers with multiple customers, the primary intent of this new standard is to improve overall product quality by focusing on the key systems and processes currently deterring consistent aerospace engine product quality.
These common supplemental requirements aim to raise the bar for anticipated performance in these key areas, and therefore detailed guidance is provided to ensure clarity of expectations
*This standard establishes supplemental requirements for AS9100 and AS9145 and applies to any organization receiving it as part of a Purchase Order or other contractual document from a customer.
Participants in this overview workshop will learn the rationale for developing AS13100, management standards alignment, requirements based on organization type, as well as what an organization can do in preparation to meet these new requirements.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for top management, design, and quality personnel.
Through training, participants will review and be able to understand the requirements of the AS13100 standard.
- AS13100 Standard: background, intent, and benefits of implementing the standard and an overview of Chapters A, B, and C are presented.
- Management Standards Alignment Overview: provides an understanding of the linkage between AS13100 and other industry standards. AS13100 follows the structure of ISO 9001 and builds on elements of AS9100 and AS9145 by providing the aero engine specific supplemental requirements that are not covered in the other standards.
- Requirements Based on Organization Type: provides the scope of the minimum requirements per supplier type and requires that an organization ensures that the applicable requirements of AS13100 are included within its Quality Management System.
- Supplemental Requirements for AS9100 and AS9145 APQP/PPAP: overview of significant supplemental requirements are discussed; AS13100 self-assessment, Human Factors policy, Risk management, Measurement Systems Analysis, Internal auditor competence, Retention periods for retained documented information, Design and Development, Control Plans, Visual Standards, Internal Audit types and frequency, Problem Solving methods for escapes to the customer, Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP)/Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) framework.
- Supplemental tools: overview of APQP phases and linkage of Key Quality Planning tools; RM13004 Defect prevention – DFMEA, PFD, PFMEA, Control Plans, RM13145 APQP/PPAP.
- Implementation: keys to implementation, competency, compliance assessment and key milestones for implementation are discussed.
Combination lecture and classroom exercises
Available on-site at your organization, at QSG’s facilities, and virtually
Course Instructor: Ed McFayden – Consultant, Quality Systems, Lean Six Sigma, Auditing