Announcing a New Aerospace AS9100C Blog from SAI Global

An exciting new Aerospace blog from SAI Global has been created. This blog will provide news on AS9100C standard industry activities, related documents and other informational aerospace articles.

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The AS9100 blog is intended to providing aerospace professionals with recent industry updates, expert tips, new documents released, engaging case studies and advice.

Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) August 11, 2011

SAI Global is proud to announce a new blog for the Aerospace AS9100 sector. SAI Global traditionally aims to offer the best customer experience and valuable knowledge. The AS9100 blog is intended to providing aerospace professionals with recent industry updates, expert tips, new documents released, engaging case studies and advice.SAI Global’s product manager and industry technical expert for AS9100-series of standards, Roger Ritterbeck, manages the blog and ready to answer any questions or concerns.

What are the main areas that are being discussed in the blog? Readers can find general information and news on Aerospace standards, Compliance and Effectiveness, Product Development, Risk Management and Quality overall. Rich with interesting and useful articles from industry technical experts, the blog is a collection of different experiences that can help managers and executives to reach continual improvement. Blog posts will invite conversation, commentary and explanations in the knowledge that AS9100 series are all about process and details.

The following blog posts cover the variety of topics, including AS9100C Quality Standard and Configuration Management, Aerospace Risk Management, a recent IAQG Newsletter and the Supply Chain Management Handbook.

The first article describes what Configuration Management is and how it relates to the new Aerospace Standard AS9100C. If an organization plans to register to the AS9100C quality standard, then it needs to have Configuration Management in place. AS9100C Quality Standard requires an organization to implement a Configuration Management process and a system for the control of documents throughout the entire life-cycle.

The second article discusses Aerospace Risk Management and introduces the reader to the SAI Global’s FAQ document. This will help organization understand the definition of Risk Management and the process, what the benefits are and what it means to the business.

After that, SAI Global posted a newsletter issued by International Aerospace Quality Group. Topics in IAQG newsletter include fast track to quality, supply chain management, EASA new rule making and reduction of audit pressure on MRO organizations.

The most recent article introduces readers to IAQG Supply Chain Management Handbook and how to obtain it. The handbook is a guidance document published by the IAQG that gives direction on how to manage the critical issue of Supply Chain Management. Chapters of the publication include sales and scheduling, requirement flowdown, design and development, manufacturing and inspection and more.

The SAI Global Aerospace blog offers many more discussions and access to downloads that can help readers learn, as well as improve their organizational processes. Visitors of the blog can also find information on other aerospace standards and training courses available through SAI Global.

Company Profile:
SAI Global helps organizations manage risk, achieve certification and drive improvement by providing training, registration audits and supplier management programs that can improve business performance. SAI Global’s innovative solutions, used by thousands of companies and millions of individuals worldwide, are focused on workplace integrity, enhancing effectiveness and returns from management systems and processes. With more than 800 auditors and 24,000 registrations worldwide, SAI Global is a global leader committed to exceptional customer service and advancing business excellence. The company is number one in aerospace registrations across North America.

SAI Global is focused not only on evaluating business practices against a standard, but also on understanding how compliance with those standards can improve the operations of our customers. SAI Global auditors are industry veterans with years of experience in the sectors they serve, enabling them to interpret the standards precisely.

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