Newsletter January 2022

AESQ eNewsletter 2022 January 1


Happy New Year!

One of the greatest joys of this season is the opportunity to say "Thank You" and to wish you the very best for the New Year.  AESQ looks forward to greater engagement with the global aero engine supply chain throughout 2022.

Next Human Factors Webinar - January 12

AESQ held its first Human Factors webinar led by Catherine Catarina, Safran, and the members of the AESQ Human Factors Subject Matter Interest Group on November 30. Join us for the next webinar scheduled for Wednesday, January 12.

The Human Factors webinars provide supplemental information to support requirements specified in AS13100 and guidance in AESQ Reference Manual RM13010. They address Policy and Leadership, Intra Company Communication, Human Factors in 8D, and Deployment at Suppliers, Valuable examples are provided for each area.

Visit the AESQ website to watch the video recording of the November webinar, and register for the January 12 event.

January 12, 2022 - Next Human Factors Webinar



Gap Analysis Checklist

Download the Gap Analysis Checklist. One of the first tools developed by AESQ to support the aero engine supply chain is Reference Manual (RM) 13009 Compliance Assessment. This Reference Manual provides a structure for companies to begin to identify their current compliance to the new AS13100 standard including a 3-part Self-Assessment Checklist that can be used to document both compliance and any gaps that may need to be addressed (click below to download the Checklist).

Prior to conducting the Self-Assessment, it is highly recommended that a company’s Quality Leaders follow the SAE AS13100™ Requirements Training Course (on-line/ 10 hours) and/or the soon to be released AESQ Quality Foundations Course to ensure complete understanding of the AS13100 requirements.


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Quality Foundations is Available for Registration with Classes Starting January 2022!

The three-day Quality Foundations course is designed to bring together key quality systems, processes, and methodologies to show how they work as part of a system to focus on defect prevention. It is intended to support Quality Leaders at all levels in the organization in understanding how these tools and processes work and the characteristics of successful deployment. It is also recommended for other functions with accountability for the quality of the design, production, assembly and test areas of the organization, including those in Design, Manufacturing Engineering, Operations, Maintenance, and Business Improvement.

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AESQ has launched several Communities of Practice (CoP) on LinkedIn providing subject matter experts with the opportunity to exchange ideas, ask pertinent questions, share best practices and learn as a Community.

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Visit the AESQ website to see what is new, download forms and templates, check for future events and more exciting news.

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