This 2-day course covers in detail everything that is needed
to develop, document and implement Rev D conforming processes to address Counterfeit
parts and Product safety - plus the legislation and regulations associated with Conflict minerals (3TG).
Counterfeit parts, Conflict minerals and Product safety pose a clear and present danger. TEC’s course will ensure that your people understand the serious threats, and are empowered to implement the necessary strategies and processes to avoid and/or mitigate the hazards.
The certification bodies will be auditing these topics as part of their re-certification and routine surveillance audits - so be fully prepared!. The course is highly interactive and includes many team exercises, scenarios and quizzes.
Counterfeit parts (Day #1)
What are counterfeit parts?
Impact of counterfeit parts
Standards and their applicable requirements for QMS processes relating to counterfeit parts
Assessment of an organization’s prevention/control of counterfeit matériel QMS process
Personnel (awareness) training
Application of a parts obsolescence monitoring programme
Controls for acquiring externally provided product from original or authorized manufacturers, authorized distributors, or other approved sources
Requirements for assuring traceability of parts and components to their original or authorized manufacturers
Verification and test methodologies to detect counterfeit parts
Monitoring of counterfeit parts reporting from external sources
Quarantine and reporting of suspect or detected counterfeit parts
What are ‘conflict minerals’?
Identifying conflict minerals and their source(s)
Legislation and regulations
Review of practical implementation strategies
Product safety (Day #2)
Understanding the terminology use to describe parts and their characteristics
Understanding the terminology and requirements relating to product safety?
the relationship between AS9100:2016 requirements relating to product safety
Identifying potential hazards
Evaluating (quantifying) and ranking hazards and risks
Determining potential causes of hazards
Control methods – detecting hazards and root causes
Prioritizing product safety – minimizing hazards
Product safety ‘environment’, communication and awareness training
Product safety policy and safety performance KPIs template
Final comments and questions
In-company courses may be organised at any time and are extremely cost-effective on a ‘cost-per-student’ basis. The host company is responsible for the venue costs.
We can accommodate up to 10 (maximum) delegates per session.Details/quote
Top management teams, Quality managers, Accountable managers, Quality engineers
and all levels of management responsible for developing, documenting,
implementing and maintaining AS9100:2016 Rev D conforming processes to address
Counterfeit parts and Product safety and meet OECD legislation and EU regulation 2017/821 concerned with Conflict minerals.
Counterfeit parts and Product safety are mandatory requirements of AS9100:2016 Rev D - and Conflict minerals are the subject of international legislation and EU regulations. This course is specifically aimed at both (i) Make-to-print, and (ii) Design-and-make organizations.
All aerospace/defence organizations need to understand how they must develop, implement and maintain appropriate processes to effectively address counterfeit parts, product safety and conflict minerals.
TEC's practical 2-day course will empower organizations to demonstrate full conformity with AS9100:2016 requirements, meet aerospace customer expectations and comply with legislation and regulations.
This course is classified as ‘structured’ for continuing professional development (CPD) purposes by the CQI/IRCA. It contributes 16-hours to the required 45-hours of appropriate CPD for QMS Lead Auditors.
Larger teams might benefit from our in-house courses. Fill out the form below and we will contact you with further details.