These standards were developed by the G-22 Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Technical Committee. The G-22 Committee was formed to develop, specify, maintain, and promote the adoption of quality standards specific to the aerospace engine supply chain. The objective is to reduce OEM-specific requirements through a focused set of standards that integrate industry best practices and elements unique aerospace engine suppliers.
The aerospace standards in the AS130XX series are intended to be used together and in conjunction with other key industry standards to provide a comprehensive suite of interrelated quality standards. Given the stringent quality requirements and advanced manufacturing processes and technologies inherent to the complexity and criticality of aerospace engine components, it is essential for organizations to integrate each specific standard into their Quality Management System with a clear understanding of how each relates to other industry standards in order to implement it efficiently and effectively.
|AS13000||Problem Solving Requirements for Suppliers||May 29, 2014||Issued|
|AS13000FR||Exigences en résolution de problèmes pour les fournisseurs||May 29, 2014||Issued|
|AS13001A||Delegated Product Release Verification Training Requirements||Feb 02, 2015||Issued|
|AS13002||Requirements for Developing and Qualifying Alternate Inspection Frequency Plans||Mar 17, 2015||Issued|
|AS13003||Measurement Systems Analysis Requirements for the Aero Engine Supply Chain||Feb 05, 2015||Issued|
|AS13004||Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (PFMEA) and Control Plans||Aug 28, 2017||Issued|
|AS13006||Process Control Methods
|Sep 2, 2018||Issued|