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Old 28th July 2006, 04:27 AM
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Let Me Help You AS9100 vs. QS9000 vs. ISO-TS16949 - Similarities and Differences

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Is there a document available somwhere where the similarities / differences between the aerospace standard and the automotive standards are listed ?

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Re: AS9100 vs. QS9000 vs. ISO-TS16949 - Similarities and Differences

No there isn't that I'm aware of (AS vs TS). Both are built upon ISO 9001 and go off on their seperate paths.

There is information on TS vs QS and it has been discussed ad nauseum here in the Cove. We have a "SEARCH" toll on try using it.

Get both and make your own correspondance table...then publish it here.

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Re: AS9100 vs. QS9000 vs. ISO-TS16949 - Similarities and Differences

I posted some matrices in the thread linked below a couple of years ago that compares TS and AS side-by-side:
http://elsmar.com/Forums/showthread.php?t=6442

Another matrix comparing QS and TS can be found here:
http://elsmar.com/Forums/showthread.php?threadid=6609
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Thanks a lot.
It will be of great help !
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