29th February 2016
The IAQG have advised that the revised standards are due for publication in April 2016 and the deadline for transition has been aligned with the revised ISO 9001:2015. This means that there will not be a three-year transition period but rather two years and five months. Any organisation not transitioning successfully before the deadline will be de-registered automatically.
All certificate holders are advised to plan for the new standards and ensure that they are aware of the changes and timescales.
We will plan the transition with our Clients as soon as the publication has been made.
Just to remind readers:
The revised standards use the Hi Level Annex SL format produced for all new ISO standards and comprise ten clauses.
A number of the requirements deemed unnecessary in ISO 9001:2015 have been reinstated in AS 9100.
These additional requirements are necessary for control and traceability required in the aerospace industry, which would not be met with the basic ISO9001 standard.
In addition, a number of requirements have been added:
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