The AS9100 QMS family comprise the following three standards:
AS9100 - Quality Management Systems - Aerospace
The AS-9100 is a Quality Management System (QMS) standard defined specifically by and for the aerospace industry. Published in the late 1999, it was developed by the ISO Aerospace Technical Committee 20 in conjunction with the American Aerospace Quality Group (AAQG), the European Association of Aerospace Industries (AECMA) and other similar international bodies from Brazil, China, Japan, and Mexico.
AS9110 - Quality Maintenance Systems - Aerospace
Requirements for Maintenance Organisations. AS9110 focuses on the maintenance, repair and overhaul aspects of the aerospace business. Aircraft are designed to perform for 50 years or longer, but properly maintaining them is essential for the product's total life cycle and continued safe operation. AS9110 is used to complement the expanded use of ISO 9001 by major aerospace repair stations worldwide.
AS9120 - Quality Management Systems - Aerospace
Requirements for Stockist Distributors. AS9120 focuses on organisations that deal directly with OEMs and accumulate aerospace materials and products for resale. These distributors or stockists while providing a useful service, can affect product performance if they fail to handle parts and materials correctly or lose a part's chain of custody from the OEM to the customer.
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