QUALITY STANDARTS IN AVIATION SECTOR

QUALITY STANDARDS IN AVIATION SECTOR

The aviation industry has three important quality standards. The first is Aviation Quality Management System. (AS 9100 - Aerospace Quality Management System). The second is the quality system developed for aerospace maintenance operations. (AS 9110 - Aerospace Maintenance Organization 's) Maintenance operations seek to meet the requirements of this standard. Tertiary Aviation is the quality standard developed for organizations in the supply chain. (AS 9120- Aerospace Stockist Distribution). Apart from this, ISO 9000: 2005 Quality Management System (ISO 9000: 2005, Quality Management Systems - Fundamentals and Vocabulary) is used to define quality management system in general.
The first standard AS 9100 concerns aviation businesses of these three standards. Apart from that, the "audit"
A standard has been developed to meet the requirements of the 9101 Quality Management
System (QMS) is the Auditing Requirements Standard.
Beyond the three QMS standards for business certification, there are other standards used in the aviation industry and they are as follows:
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9102 First material inspection requirements standard.
- 9103
Management of changes in 9103 basic features.
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107 Direct delivery authorization guide.
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9114 Direct transport guide for aviation operations.
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9115 HUS operating systems - can be delivered as software.
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9116 Notice of Change (NOC) Requirements requirements. Design information
Conditions to be observed for changes. It was accepted in 2014.
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9117 Delegated Product Release Verification- (DPRV) Identifies the requirements for releasing or delivering a product or service at all levels of the supply chain.
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9131 Identification and documentation of ineligible data. The data shall be prepared in accordance with pre-determined contract terms in content, format and size.
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9132 Quality requirements for Data Matrix Coding. It concerns the marking of metallic parts used in aviation. (Data Matrix Quality Req'ts for Parts Marking). Dot peening, laser marking and electro-chemical etching Dot peening Laser Marking Electro-Chem Etching
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9133 Qualification Procedure for Aerospace Standard Parts.
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9134 Supply Chain Risk Management Guideline.
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9136 Basic cause analysis and problem solving ('Root Cause' Analysis and Problem Solving)
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9138 Statistical Product Acceptance by statistical methods and sampling methods.
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9145 Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) / Production Part Approval Process (PPAP)
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9146 Foreign Object Damage (FOD). Damages caused by objects that are foreign to the aircraft or not related to the aircraft. Garbage, freed goods, hand tools, etc. Other articles, tools, tools.
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Unsalvageable Material. Personnel who are in control of such pieces must make them non-reusable before removing them.
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9162 (Aerospace Operator Self-Verification Programs) Programs for "self-verification" of product quality checks by machine operators operating at each shift, instead of Quality Inspectors. Reduce the number of quality inspectors and transfer tasks to operators. Registration forms, observations and examinations, reaction Demonstration and improvement plans, etc. as).