AS13100: Integrating AESQ Customer Requirements with AS9100 and AS9145
AS13100 is a new standard to harmonize and simplify supplier quality requirements, supplementing AS9100 (QMS) and AS9145 (APQP/PPAP) developed by the SAE G-22 Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Technical Committee. As a result of the changes brought about by AS13100, development is more rigorous with increased prevention and control strategies and methods to improve product quality. Integrating the requirements of this new standard is considered essential to developing, maintaining, and improving a more effective and efficient QMS.
Developed by the SAE G-22 Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Technical Committee, AS13100 is an effort to harmonize and simplify supplier quality requirements, supplementing AS9100 (QMS) and AS9145 (APQP/PPAP), while focusing on the specific requirements of Aircraft Engine OEMs. That it may also be adopted as a contractual requirement by other aerospace/defense OEMs and 1st tier organizations is a distinct possibility. There are already indications of this occurring
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Dave Watkins is the Executive Vice President and Director of International Operations for Omnex, Inc., Dave has a wide range of experience encompassing full profit and loss responsibility in General Management, as well as manufacturing, production, Human Resources and distribution management in a variety of industries. His experience includes extensive work with Ford Motor Company including being on the Ford QOS Development Team (QOS Wheel Team) and assisting with the implementation of Ford Q1. His Ford experience also includes FCSD and GPDS including helping develop and deploy new product launch in multiple companies globally.