How will you handle Clause 6.1 - Risks and Opportunities for AS9100 Rev. D Auditors?

oldqamanager

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Trying to find some ideas on how I can demonstrate compliance with this clause. Have heard lots of opinions, but not very much specific guidance. Anyone have any ideas? A risk register? A risk assessment spreadsheet? FMEA's. Is there a simple way to comply?? Thank you.
 

Sidney Vianna

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Re: How will you handle Clause 6.1 Risks and Opportunities for AS9100 Rev. D Auditors

As a starting point, you can scroll down the page and see the "Similar Discussion Threads" section. Issue has been discussed many times.
 

Mike S.

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Re: How will you handle Clause 6.1 - Risks and Opportunities for AS9100 Rev. D Audito

Old,

The ideas you have could be used, the one shown directly above as well. Do what makes sense to you.
 

durnan

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Re: How will you handle Clause 6.1 - Risks and Opportunities for AS9100 Rev. D Audito

I have a risks and opportunities procedure and documents, using Pestle, Swot and Risk register. If you would like a copy
 
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QAMTY

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Re: How will you handle Clause 6.1 - Risks and Opportunities for AS9100 Rev. D Audito

Durnan

Could you share such documents in order to cross ideas?

Thanks
 

KF55555

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Re: How will you handle Clause 6.1 - Risks and Opportunities for AS9100 Rev. D Audito

Duran, if you are still willing to share a copy of your procedure, I would be interested in seeing how you wrote it.
 

AndyN

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Re: How will you handle Clause 6.1 - Risks and Opportunities for AS9100 Rev. D Audito

Duran, if you are still willing to share a copy of your procedure, I would be interested in seeing how you wrote it.
Why not use your management review process? It doesn't say you have to have a procedure for section 4, just that items such as the scope, interested parties need to be documented in something which might be called a quality manual...

If you consider the theme behind the section 4 and 6 requirements, there's a lot of "business planning" hinted at. Doing a SWOT (or similar) doesn't need a procedure. Recording the results, evaluating which risk and opportunities present themselves and developing a plan (per 6.1) is well suited to being put on the agenda of the management review.

Having just gone through the AS9100D upgrade process using this methodology, I was pleased/shocked to hear the CB auditor describe it as "best in class" as an approach...:mg:
 
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