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AS9100 and AS9120 Pre-Audit Activities

AS9100 and AS9120 Pre-Audit Activities Organisations applying the new revisions of AS9100 and AS9120 will notice that they are being required to provide a greater volume of information prior to any on-site activities being performed. Auditors (internal and External) are less likely to be effective if they have not performed suitable planning for the on-site [...]

By | 2018-05-17T05:04:21+00:00 September 1st, 2011|AS9100, Tools of the Trade|0 Comments

Process Control Tools

AS9101 clause 4.3.2.2 requires the Certification Body Auditor to ensure clients provide the necessary information and documentation for review, including the following: Quality Manual; Description of processes showing their sequence and interaction, including the identification of any outsourced processes; Note 1: The processes can be depicted in various ways [e.g., process maps, turtle diagrams, SIPOC [...]

By | 2018-05-18T07:58:10+00:00 August 31st, 2011|AS9100, Tools of the Trade|0 Comments

Benefits of UKAS Accredited Certification/Inspection Bodies

The benefits of UKAS accredited certification If you are responsible for ensuring your business is certified make sure the certification body you select is accredited by UKAS.  The benefits of UKAS accredited certification are strong. UKAS Accreditation provides assurance in the market as UKAS accredited certification bodies operate to recognised standards.  The accreditation process provides [...]

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