With the transition to AS9100:2016 well under way, what can we interpret about the data from the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG)? Overall, aerospace and defense organizations are transitioning to plan, and exhibiting preparedness with the new requirements.
Some organizations still struggle with Process Identification, but Production Controls and Purchasing make up the highest nonconformities. Here are the top 9 by clause:
Cherie Reiche of the International Automotive Oversight Board (IAOB) shared the following IATF 16949 transition update at several registrar conferences. As of April 30th 2017:
- 68,332 sites are IATF 16949 or IATF 16949 certified worldwide
- 181 audits were completed to IATF 16949 (0.3% upgraded)
- To date the total NCs issued = 975 (avg 5.4 findings per audit)
- Major NCs = 133 (16% of the findings are major)
- Minor NCs = 842
A summary of the highest incidence of NCs (major/minor) by section is represented in the chart below. It’s interesting to note that Customer Specific Requirements and Quality Management System Audit had the largest number of major NCs, while most minor NCs were written on Contingency and Control Plans.
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