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Webinar: AS9100:2009 Series—Scheme Status, Update, Lessons Learned

May 19, 2011, 2 p.m.–4 p.m. EDT

Published: Monday, May 16, 2011 - 10:30

(BSI: Reston, VA) -- In an effort to ensure a seamless transition to the new revisions of the aviation, space, and defense (ASD) standards, the British Standards Institution (BSI) is presenting “AS9100:2009 Series—Scheme Status, Update and Lessons Learned,” a free webinar on Thursday, May 19, 2011, which will address critical milestones and provide other important information.

Remember these dates:

• From July 1, 2011, onward all audits, regardless of type, must be to the new standard, AS9100/9110/9120:2009.
• By July 1, 2012, your existing certificate must be transitioned to the new standard. Is your organization ready?

Join Gene Morrison, BSI’s leading aerospace expert, as he reviews:

• Scheme timelines for the new standard, AS9100/9110/9120:2009
• Changes to Supplemental Rule SR001 dated Dec. 20, 2010
• How to plan for a successful Rev C audit, including completing the BSI A513 ASD form
• Key AS9101D requirements and appendixes
• Do’s, don’ts, and best practices related to preparing for and completing a 2009 Series audit

Who should attend?

• Any manager or supervisor who wishes to implement, maintain, or improve an effective internal audit process
• Management representatives
• Quality managers or directors in the aerospace industry
• Internal audit program manager
• Internal audit team members
• Engineers
• Consultants
• Individuals interested in conducting first-party, second-party, and third-party aerospace audits

Register here.


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BSI (British Standards Institution) works with more than 80,000 clients in 172 countries to help them adopt and cultivate the habits of excellence. Clients are trained and provided with practical guidance for implementation alongside a suite of compliance tools. BSI is assessed and accredited by more than 26 accreditation bodies including ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) and United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS). BSI’s influence plays a key role within the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). As one of the founding members, it ensures that international standards address business and societal needs, while delivering real benefits to organizations.