AAQG RMC 101 Industry Controlled Other Party Structure Overview Presented by: Tim Lee The Boeing Company
Briefing Purpose • To provide a top level overview of the Industry Controlled Other Party (ICOP) aerospace quality management system accreditation/certification structure.
What is ICOP? Industry Controlled: - implies that the Aerospace Industry will be self-policing this process. - the control is given to membership of the IAQG, comprised of the AAQG, EAQG and APAQG, which is restricted to Aerospace OEMs and 1st Tier (major airframe/engine) suppliers. Other Party: - implies something other than 2nd party auditing by OEMs and something other than the 3rd party auditing by ISO certification bodies & auditors - implies the combination of 2nd & 3rd party audits controlled by the Aerospace Industry IAW AS9104 ICOP is the globally harmonized Quality Management System defined by the AAQG (AS9104)
The RMC is responsible for : • Documents AS9104 & AS9014 - Authority, maintenance, control, enforcement, interpretation, and surveillance • Reviewing and recommending approval for : • Accreditation Bodies (ABs) operating in the Americas sector • Certification Bodies (CBs) operating in the Americas • Aerospace Auditors • Aerospace Competency Auditor training programs • Overseeing the activities of approved ABs and CBs • Performing an annual review of the effectiveness of the system • Related documents (eg. AS9104-2, -3 & RMC Procedures) • Americas operation and oversight of the OASIS database.
RMC Meetings/Activities The RMC general meetings are held the two days prior to each AAQG conference. The RMC holds annual system reviews. These meetings include AB surveillance and oversight planning. The RMC participates in witness and surveillance audits of the system, through the Surveillance Sub-Team.
(Trilogy): AS9104 - Requirement for Aerospace Quality Management System Certification/Registrations Programs AS9104-2 - Requirements for Oversight of Aerospace Quality Management System Registration/Certifications Programs AS9104-3 - Requirements for Development, Implementation and Control of Aerospace Auditor Authentication/Training
Proposed 9100 Implementation Schedule Maximum 30 month Implementation from Publication March 2009 + 18 Months + 6 Months + 30 Months 6 Months 12 Months 12 Months Develop Auditor Training Train Certification Bodiesand Auditors All Companies to Upgrade to New Standard At Next Surveillance Audit Or Re-Certification Earliest Opportunityfor Certification to New Standard (i.e. the early adopters) Maximum Allowed Time to Upgrade
Industry Controlled Other Party (ICOP) 9100 Oversight Scheme Resources Oversight Oversight Oversight Product/Process Oversight Conformance Conformance IAQG & RMC Oversight IAQG OPMT Oversight of SMS Europe, Asia Pacific, Americas International Accreditation Forum (IAF) Peer Review SMS (RMC) AB, CB & Auditor Approval Shared Oversight ICOP Accreditation Body (AB) (9100, 9110, 9120) IAQG/AAQG Member Companies Representatives Oversight ICOP Certification Body (CB) (9100, 9110, 9120) DATA DATA On-line Aerospace Supplier Information System (OASIS) Supplier (CB Client) ICOP Certification IAQG/AAQG (Supplier Surveillance, Product/Process Audit) Certification Recognition
WEB Access / Info SAE www .sae.org RAB www .rabnet.com INMETRO www .inmetro.gov.br IAAR www .iaar.org IAQG www .iaqg.org www .sae.org/iaqg AAQG www .iaqg.org/aaqg www .sae.org/aaqg RMC www .sae.org/aaqg then click “Audit Information” then “RMC” OASIS www .sae.org/oasis
Our process encourages involvement by all Stakeholders. “Industry Controlled Other Party” not “3rd Party” We strive for continual improvement and need your support and valued input. “Working Together” we will continually improve. Summary
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