AS9110 Aerospace QMS Certification for MRO

  • Overview
  • Benefits of Certification
  • Why Work With NSF?
  • Certification Process

AS9110 (Aerospace Management System for Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Stations) is based on AS9100 and adds specific requirements that are significant for the maintenance of commercial, private and military aircrafts. Certification of an MRO supplier to AS9110 is intended to provide an additional layer of control, but not act as a replacement for regulatory oversight or customer monitoring. An FAA repair station is an example of an organization that could seek to achieve AS9110 certification.

For more information, call toll free (U.S. only) 888.673.9000, ext. 6881 or worldwide +1 734.827.6881 or email information@nsf-isr.org.

Benefits of Certification

Organizations certified to AS9110 enjoy quality and efficiency benefits, but are also better able to define and meet customer expectations. Other benefits include:

  • Opportunities for operational improvements and cost reduction
  • Enhanced performance through waste reduction, efficiency improvements and a focus on customer satisfaction
  • Streamlined documentation as well as improved audit and surveillance efficiency

Why Work With NSF?

The NSF-ISR process effectiveness approach helps you leverage your quality management system to align business goals and outcomes with client expectations and satisfaction for optimum performance.

Our program managers and auditors are industry experts and receive the latest training. Program managers are responsible for the technical integrity of our internal and external process to ensure we are designing systems that are specific to the needs of the aerospace industry. We train our auditors to ensure our audits are performed in the right regulatory context, no matter where you operate.

Certification Process

The NSF-ISR AS9110 aerospace MRO quality management systems certification process for consists of these steps:

  1. Application and Contract – Your company submits an application and signs a contract (master agreement).
  2. Audit Team Assignment – NSF-ISR assigns an auditor team.
  3. Document Review – We perform a document review (when required) for the management system (MS) and issue a report of conformance or nonconformance.
  4. On-Site Readiness Review (ORR-Stage 1 Audit) – As the first stage of the certification process, NSF-ISR verifies readiness of the MS to continue with the certification process.
  5. Certification Audit (Stage 2) – Our audit team conducts an on-site audit to verify conformity to the specified standard.
  6. Independent Review – A certification board reviewer recommends the final certification/recertification decision.
  7. Notification of Certification – We notify your organization in writing, issue the certificate and publish the certification in our online listings.
  8. Surveillance Audits – NSF-ISR performs semiannual or annual audits to verify the MS is being maintained.
  9. Reassessment – NSF-ISR performs reassessment audits in accordance with requirements.

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