Module 3

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Module 3
Preparing for the Face to Face Training:
Instructions & Communication
February 2015
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Module Summary
• In this module you will learn about:
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Building a library for yourself as an OP Assessor
The documents you will need
IAQG Acronyms
Next Steps - The Face to Face training
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OP Assessor Library
• OP Assessors are expected to read and have a reasonable
working knowledge of several standards and industry documents
relating to the ICOP scheme.
– A reading list is contained in the next few slides.
• Standards are copyright protected and must be obtained through
your IAQG member company resources.
• International Accreditation Forum (IAF) Documents can be
downloaded (free) from the internet
– IAF Mandatory documents
• OP Assessors are expected to obtain and maintain a personal
standards library.
– In compliance with IAQG Member requirements
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Applicable Documents
• OP Assessors must review the latest version of the following
documents before the training:
– 9101 Quality Management Systems – Audit Requirements for Aviation, Space, and Defense
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Organizations
9104-001 Requirements for Aviation, Space, and Defense Quality Management System Certification
Programs
9104-002 Requirements for Oversight of Aerospace Quality Management System
Registration/Certification Programs
9104-003 Requirements for Aerospace Auditor Competency and Training Courses
ISO/IEC 17011:2004 Conformity assessment – General requirements for accreditation bodies
accrediting conformity assessment bodies
ISO/IEC 17021:2011 Conformity assessment – Requirements for bodies providing audit and
certification of management systems
ISO 19011:2011 Guidelines for auditing management systems
The latest IAQG OPMT Resolutions Log
The latest edition of the 9104-001 Frequently Asked Questions Log
• Please bring all of these with you to the training course!
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Applicable Documents
• OP Assessors must also become familiar with the following
documents:
– 9100 Quality Management Systems – Requirements for Aviation, Space and
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Defense Organizations
9110 Quality Management Systems – Requirements for Aviation Maintenance
Organizations
9120 Quality Management Systems – Requirements for Aviation, Space and
Defense Distributors
ISO 9000:2005 Quality management systems – Fundamentals and
vocabulary
ISO/IEC 17000:2004 Conformity assessment – Vocabulary and general
principles
• You do not need to bring these to the training course
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Yes, even more!
• There are also a number of IAF documents, again which the OP
Assessor must become familiar. The frequently used ones are:
˗ IAF MD 1:2007 IAF Mandatory Document for the Certification of Multiple Sites Based on
Sampling
˗ IAF MD 2:2007 IAF Mandatory Document for the Transfer of Accredited Certification of
Management Systems
˗ IAF MD 3:2008 IAF Mandatory Document for Advanced Surveillance and Recertification
Procedures
˗ IAF MD 4:2008 IAF Mandatory Document for the Use of Computer Assisted Auditing
Techniques (“CAAT”) for Accredited Certification of Management Systems
˗ IAF MD 5:2009 IAF Mandatory Document for Duration of QMS and EMS Audits
˗ IAF MD 10:2013 IAF Mandatory Document for Assessment of Certification Body
Management of Competence in accordance with ISO/IEC 17021:2011
˗ IAF MD 11:2013 IAF Mandatory Document for the Application of ISO/IEC 17021 for Audits
of Integrated Management Systems
˗ IAF ID 4:2012 IAF Informative Document – Market Surveillance Visits to Certified
Organizations
• These can all be download free of charge via IAF Documents
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Other Useful Information:
• ISO TC 176 is the ISO committee under which ISO 9001 is developed.
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On their website they have ISO 9001 Interpretations
ISO TC 176 ISO 9001 Auditing Practices Group produce documents
with advice on QMS auditing topics
ISO Policy Committee for Conformity Assessment (ISO/CASCO) have
an Accreditation Auditing Practices Group with guidance on
Accreditation auditing topics
IAQG Resolutions Log is available in the help and guidance section of
OASIS at www.iaqg.org/oasis
The IAQG have made available deployment support materials for
different IAQG standards (including 9104-001 FAQ’s) at
http://www.sae.org/iaqg/organization/requirements.htm
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Acronyms
• OP Assessors should also have
an awareness of the commonly
used IAQG Acronyms and
Terms
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Next steps
• Following completion of this pre-learning, you will need to:
– Send an e-mail to the person identified in your joining instructions to
confirm that:
» You have completed the pre-learning, and
» Have obtained copies of all of the relevant standards.
– You must send your e-mail before you will be allowed to attend the
face-to-face training.
» Failure to send your confirmation may result in exclusion from
the class
– Attend the mandatory OP Assessor Sanctioned Training
• Any questions you have from your review of the pre-learning
materials should be captured for discussion during the face-toface training.
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Next step – Face to Face Training
• Course duration – 3 days, which will be part review of scheme
standards and key documents involved in the Oversight process
and part practical application exercises to help re-enforce learning
• Class size will be 10 – 25 (max) of similar like minded,
experienced industry representatives from different member
companies across your Sector Management Structure (SMS)
• After the face-to-face training there is some post course learning
which you will also need to complete
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Next steps – Face to Face Training
• This training will offer you the opportunity to:
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Network
Learn … and to share
Understand Roles and Responsibilities
Clarify Expectations
Ensure Consistency
Improve Conformance
» Perception
» Effectiveness
» Confidence
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Next steps – Face to Face Training
• Its not all fun though; there will be assessments at the end of
the face-face course and the post learning activity to verify your
knowledge and to identify any areas for improvement
– A certificate will then be issued, which is a pre-requisite for you to
be able to conduct Oversights
• Upon completion of this training you should feel much more
confident of your role and responsibilities as an OP Assessor
with a better understanding of the ICOP scheme requirements.
• The goal of this training is to deliver more consistent, effective
and robust global Oversight across all 3 Sectors; with your help
and commitment, we will achieve this!
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Next steps – Face to Face Training
• We will look forward to seeing you in the training!
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The ICOP Certification Scheme:
EFFICIENT - RECOGNIZED - BENEFICIAL
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