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AS9003 and AS9120 - First Accredited Registrars for AS9003 and AS9120.

Sidney Vianna

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The RAB is starting to populated their database with the first Accredited Registrars for AS9003 and AS9120.

DNV is listed as one of 3 approved Registrars for AS9120, and not yet listed for AS9003, even though we received notification from the RAB confirming that we have been approved to issue accredited AS9003 certificates.
 
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HELLO!
My name is Ivan.I am Quality Manager in aviation company,both Air Operator and Maintenance Organization JAR OPS 1 and Part 145 approved .Aviation regulations JAA's JAR OPS1/3 determines the requirements for Quality System of the Air Operator,and (EC) 2042/2003,which determines the requirements for the QS of the Maintenance Organizations.In the same time I have read enough information about Standards in airspace and I'm certified ISO 9001:2000 auditor .My quеstion is :Had anybody tried to integrate AS 9100 and Quality System,prescribed in mention above aviation regulations.Very soon I'll be ready with the my suggestion (for your opinion)about similar Quality Manual,but I meet some difficulties to implement aviation product - a service,as a process ,which is subject of very frequently inspections of the Authorities and of the own QS of the Operators and MO ,in contens of the typicaly ISO 9001:200 Quality Manual.I'm ready to disscus this issue with the competent specialists in this area and I 'm ready to view and hear for any samples about this.Thank you in avance!
 

Sidney Vianna

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Ivan, the appropriate QMS Standard for Aerospace MR&O organizations is AS/EN 9110. Suggest you search for AS9110 threads in the Cove.

I wrote an article on 9110, which was published in Quality Digest Magazine a couple of years ago.

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Hello,Sidney
I'm living and working in EUROPE
As it is prescribed in JAR OPS1-SECTION 2;AMC OPS 1 -1.035,any Air Operator shell implement QS and to monitor and inspect subscribed subjects.
As well as to comply with EC 2042/2003 AMC.M.A.712 any MRO shell to implement QS,to make monitoring of the activities of the MRO.But these are only 2 processes flowing in our Organization.So nowhere in these aviation regulations has not mentioned any to meet requirements of the any ISO standards.Because I intend to create QS ,based of the ISO 9001:2000,or 9100 standard,and to include all the aspects of the mandatory inspections,which are prescribed in mention above regulations,I need to disscus and try to view QM,concerning QS of the Air Operator,MRO and covered all processes flowing throw the any Organization.
Excuse me for not so good English Language,but this is not my first language!
 

Sidney Vianna

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That is why AS/EN 9110 emphasizes the importance of compliance with REGULATORY requirements, as the ones you mentioned. A good QMS must ensure that all regulatory mandates are satisfied. Especially in sectors so highly regulated as Aviation MR&O.
 
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