AESQ™ Subject Matter Interest Groups

Subject Matter Interest Groups Overview

The purpose of the Subject Matter Interest Group is to promote the effective deployment of the Quality Subject across the AESQ Supply Chain.

The Group is made up of Subject Matter Experts from the AESQ Member Companies. 

The Group is accountable for the AS13100 related Requirements and associated Reference Manual content, ensuring that it is up to date and reflects current knowledge and best practice.

It shall promote the effective deployment of the Reference Manual using Communities of Practice (CoP). The CoP is open to any subject matter expert from the AESQ Member Companies and the wider AESQ supply chain.

Activities may include webinars, best practice sharing, development of shared training materials, conferences and published papers.

 

Subject Matter Interest Group Accountabilities
The Subject Matter Interest Group is responsible for ensuring that the AS13100 associated requirements represent the best practice thinking for the subject and that the requirement is clear, concise and understood. The Group will respond to any and all feedback from users regarding the AS13100 related content.
The Subject Matter Interest Group is accountable for the content of the associated Reference Manual ensuring that it reflects the latest thinking, best practice examples and that it remains aligned to the intent of the AS13100 standard. It will update the Reference Manual when necessary, to ensure that it is up to date.
 The Subject Matter Interest Group shall ensure that there is suitable training available globally to support the deployment of the Reference Manual. It is responsible for ensuring that there is a defined training syllabus that reflects the content of the Reference Manual. The training may be supplemented by Webinars and events to provide the supply chain access to our subject matter experts.
The Subject Matter Interest Group is responsible for the promotion of the subject to show what benefits can be delivered. It will document best practice and case studies and publicize these through the website, supplier events, articles, webinars, etc.
The Subject Matter Interest Group shall establish a Community of Practice to engage the Subject Matter Experts with the users from across the supply chain. These forums will be used to gain user feedback, share successes and best practice for use in updating the Reference Manuals and the AS13100 standard.

 

AESQ Subject Matter Interest Groups
Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) & Production Part Approval Process (PPAP)   Defect Prevention Tools to Support APQP & PPAP
Design Work & Production Repair & Rework   Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA)
Sub Tier Management   Process Control Methods
Human Factors   Problem Solving Methods
DPRV Training   Quality Audit Methods
First Article Inspection