Aerospace Risk Requirements,
AS13004 PFMEA & Control Plans
Risk Management for AS13004
7:30 AM- 4:30 PM MST
This class teaches participants the Aerospace Risk Requirements (per AS9100, 9110, and 9120) as well as the specific requirements for Operation Risk as defined in AS13004 PFMEA and Control Plans. The course follows a well-organized, systematic approach to Identify, Assess, and Mitigate Risks that impact Aerospace organizations and the risks to their customers and stakeholders. While Risk Management is a basic requirement of ISO 9001, the Aerospace standards incorporate all of these requirements and add further requirements to make aerospace products and services safe and effective throughout the Supply Chain. Further, with reduced risks inherent in the Design and Manufacture of aerospace articles, the costs associated with their manufacture should be reduced.
Who Should Attend
What you will learn
- How to address Risk-Based Thinking requirements of ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100 (per ISO 31000).
- How to address the Operational Risk Management requirements of AS9100 (per AS13004).
- Tools used for Risk Assessment such as DFMEA, Process Flow Diagrams, PFMEAs and Control Plans.
- How risk management can be applied to any organization, regardless of its products or customers.
- A means for demonstrating to customers and stakeholders the potential risks associated with products or processes and provide assurance that these have been effectively managed.
- How to quantify risk as the first step in establishing priorities for your organization.
- Methods for controlling risks within your Supply Chain
- Risk terminology
- Four-step Risk Management process outlined in ISO 31000
- Risk-based Thinking requirements of ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D
- Strategic vs. process risk management
- Tools, methods, and a streamlined approach for addressing risk-based thinking requirements.
- Hands-on exercises
- Aerospace risk terminology
- Overview of APQP and PPAP risk tools: Process Flow Diagrams, PFMEA’s and Control Plans
- How to develop a Process Flow Diagram (identifying process risks)
- Guidelines for performing a Process Failure Modes and Effects (FMEA) analysis
- Creating an effective Control Plan used to manufacture and control and resolve ongoing process risks
- Detailed hands-on case study developing an FMEA analysis, with tools for completing each stage
- Requirements for Operational Risk Management
- Overview of AS13004 – Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis and Control Plans
- Guidance on using AS13004 methodology to meet Operational Risk Management requirements