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Old 14th April 2006, 01:35 AM
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AS9100 Rev B is the same as Rev A. All they did was took out the old ISO 9001:1994-based section and made some minor corrections. The comparison matrices posted are still valid.
Does this mean that I can still maintain the Rev.A and blend it with ISO 9001:2000? What else do I need to consider in order to comply with AS9100 Rev. B requirements ?

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Does this mean that I can still maintain the Rev.A and blend it with ISO 9001:2000?
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What else do I need to consider in order to comply with AS9100 Rev. B requirements ?
The main thing is to comply with the additional aerospace requirements of AS9100 over ISO 9001 (in bold, italic text in the standard).

There are a few other documents that are associated with AS9100 that you might like to be familiar with.

ISO 10007 and AS9102 are standards related to configuration management and first article requirements referred to in AS9100.

AIR5359 and AIR5493 address requirements for registrars and registrar auditor training. If you take an accredited AS9100 auditor course, you'll be familiarized with them.
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Old 14th April 2006, 03:28 PM
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The main thing is to comply with the additional aerospace requirements of AS9100 over ISO 9001 (in bold, italic text in the standard).

There are a few other documents that are associated with AS9100 that you might like to be familiar with.

ISO 10007 and AS9102 are standards related to configuration management and first article requirements referred to in AS9100.

AIR5359 and AIR5493 address requirements for registrars and registrar auditor training. If you take an accredited AS9100 auditor course, you'll be familiarized with them.
This is good!

Since I do not have any reference to AS9100, where can I obtain a good reference journals or books regards AS 9100 implementation?
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Old 4th May 2006, 01:39 PM
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This is great!! Very helpful.

Maybe you can direct me to a several "sample quality manual" that has both AS9100 and QS9000. I have quality manuals of both but would like to make it one system and 1 manual I would like to see several different samples on how companys do this.
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This is great!! Very helpful.

Maybe you can direct me to a several "sample quality manual" that has both AS9100 and QS9000. I have quality manuals of both but would like to make it one system and 1 manual I would like to see several different samples on how companys do this.
Hi Tracy,

I don't know of any example manuals that include both AS9100 and QS-9000. Since QS-9000 is no longer valid after December 2006, most companies are dropping it and transitioning to ISO/TS 16949. If you're in the automotive supply chain, it would be better to spend your time and effort working in that direction instead of working to a "dead" standard.
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Old 5th May 2006, 01:11 PM
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Hi Tracy,

I don't know of any example manuals that include both AS9100 and QS-9000. Since QS-9000 is no longer valid after December 2006, most companies are dropping it and transitioning to ISO/TS 16949. If you're in the automotive supply chain, it would be better to spend your time and effort working in that direction instead of working to a "dead" standard.
Hi Tracy,
You'd better follow Howste's advice, because the QS-9000's "coffin" is about to be ready.
I would strongly urge you to go for ISO/TS 16949. Nevertheless, both AS9100 Rev.B and ISO/TS 16949 are using the same approach, i.e. Process Approach.
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Old 4th October 2006, 01:44 PM
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Re: ISO9001:2000 vs. TS16949 vs. AS9100 - What are the Differences?

Excuse my ignorance but what is AS9100a?
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Old 4th October 2006, 02:34 PM
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Excuse my ignorance but what is AS9100a?
AS9100 Revision A (now replaced by revision B) - A quality management system requirements standard for aerospace. It's also based on ISO 9001:2000 like TS 16949 for automotive.
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