AS 9100:2016 Series On-demand Webinar

The key changes within the new standards

The revised international standards for the aviation, space and defence industries were published by the IAQG in November 2016.

As the transition timescale for the AS 9100:2016 Series set by the IAQG is aligned with the ISO 9001:2015 transition deadline, the aerospace industry does not have long to take action. This means that from 15 June 2017, both new certificates and all visits to existing AS 9100 clients must be against the new requirements within AS 9100:2016 Series.

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Considering that successful transition will ensure continued certification and maintaining entry in OASIS for all aerospace manufacturers, LRQA offers a webinar to outline the requirements of the IAQG for transition as defined in SR003, and explain the timelines in relation to the transition activity.

LRQA experts provide an overview of the main changes across the standards. They also discuss the introduction of the OASIS Next Generation database and its implications on the delivery and management of audit activity, as well as how the role of certified companies has been redefined within the database.

Date: On-Demand
Registration: Free
Duration: 45min followed by 15min Q&A
Speakers: Gary Proctor & Claire Johnson

Overview 

  • Key changes and why they are important
  • New terminology and main terms
  • Risks & opportunities
  • Responsibilities - Involvement & engagement with the QMS
  • OASIS Next Generation – Implications & redefined roles
 

Webinar Speakers

Gary Proctor, LRQA Technical Manager - Aerospace

Gary Proctor joined LRQA as a Technical Manager for the Aerospace industry and he has been the Global Product Owner since 2015.

Prior to joining LRQA, Gary started his career as a Communications and Radar Apprentice for the Royal Air Force in 1982, where he pursued a long career. In 2007, he left his role at RAF as the Typhoon National Support Centre Operations Manager to join Bureau Veritas UK, where he remained for more than 7 years.

Gary has experience as a Lead Auditor in multiple disciplines and as a Software Engineer working with real-time avionics systems.  He has also been responsible for the development and maintenance of robust processes and procedures for use in support of complex integrated systems.

Gary has more than 34 years’ experience in the industry, and holds a BSc in Quality Management and a diploma in computing.

Claire Johnson, LRQA Lead Assessor – Aerospace

Claire Johnson is LRQA’s Senior Assessor for the Aerospace industry and joined the company in 2008. She is responsible for covering third party certification audits against the requirements of international standards and recognised industry sector schemes including ISO 9001:2008 and AS 9100. Claire has also been involved in the training of new assessors when joining LRQA.

After gaining her BSc (Hons) Applied Physics degree, Claire started her career by joining Goodrich Engine Control Systems graduate training scheme which led to the roles of Quality Engineer, Internal Auditor and Quality Systems Team Leader within the business.

Prior to joining LRQA, Claire has also worked for Hampson Aerospace as A400M Project Quality Manager and Quality Systems Manager, and at Morson Projects Ltd as Quality Manager and Regional Quality Manager. Through her roles, Claire has gained experience in the implementation and maintenance of quality management systems for both mechanical engineering and design engineering based businesses.

About LRQA

LRQA has been at the forefront of standard development and a market leader in both certification and training for more than 25 years.

With robust experience in the aerospace and related sectors, LRQA assessors are aerospace engineers, ex-service personnel and industry specialists who are determined to understand client needs and enable an effective audit of their QMS.

LRQA recognises that every organisation and its QMS are unique. The impact of the revision to the AS 9100 series of standards will depend upon the complexity of each organisation and the maturity of their QMS. Hence, we are committed to providing insight into each individual system that will help organisations transition efficiently to the revised AS 9100:2016 Series.