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Is En 9100 the same as AS9100?

Is En 9100 the same as AS9100?

The standards EN 9100, AS 9100 (North and South America) and JISQ 9100 (Asia) are equivalent. Except for few details, the contents are identical. The regional division is determined by the three major regulated world sectors, which, however, are now largely harmonized.

What does AS9100 stand for?

The new standardized document, called 9100, was still based on ISO 9001:1994(E), although it was published separately by each country’s aerospace association or standards body (AS9100 in the U.S). AS9100 added 55 aerospace industry specific amplifications and requirements to ISO 9001:1994.

What is AS9120?

AS9120 is a company level certification based on a standard published by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) titled “Quality Management Systems-Aerospace Requirements for Stockist Distributors”. The standard focuses on areas such as traceability, controls of records, airworthiness certificates, among others.

What is AS9101?

What is AS9101? AS9101, Quality Management Systems – Audit Requirements for Aviation, Space, and Defense Organizations, is a procedure used by the certification body to define the assessment report that is to be presented once any certification, surveillance or re-certification audit is completed.

What is the as / EN 9100 quality management standard?

The standards cover, but are not limited to: AS/EN 9100 is a quality management standard for the ASD industry published by International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG). The AS/EN 9100 quality standard is based on ISO 9001, adding requirements specific to the ASD segment, while striving to meet the needs of stakeholders.

When to use en 9115 or EN 9100?

The EN 9115 standard provides guidance to the requirements of the EN 9100 standard when it is desired to add “software” to the EN 9100 quality management system scope.

What do you need to know about AS 9100?

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Is the as / en 9110 based on ISO 9001?

The AS/EN 91XX (AS/EN 9100, AS/EN 9110 and AS/EN 9120) quality management systems are based on ISO 9001, with specific requirements on aviation, space and defence industries. Published by the International Aerospace Quality Group, the AS/EN 91XX standards unify various competing quality documentation and requirements to a standardised benchmark.