AS 9110 is a standard founded on ISO 9001. It uses the principals of quality management system employed by ISO and applies them to the aviation MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) industry.

MBD Wheel and Brake Repair and Services, LLC is a DNV Certified AS-9110 Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Facility. Our Purchase and Repair Order Quality Requirements are listed below.

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Purchase Order Quality Requirements 
Repair Order Quality Requirements

 


Purchase Order Quality Requirements

  • Calibration System –

    • The supplier is required to establish and maintain a calibration system that conforms to the requirements of ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 or ISO 10012-1. Gage Calibration and Test Labs must maintain accreditation to the applicable requirements of ISO/IEC 17025, 10012-1, ANSI / NCSLZ540. All tools must be certified to the manufacturer’s specifications, unless otherwise noted.

    • Vendors that cannot comply with the above requirement will be evaluated by MBD.

    • NOTE: "UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED"; reasons for including additional notations may include: NEW SPECIFICATIONS; MBD SPECIFICATIONS; OR "AS DETERMINED BY MBD

    • Beyond the internal 2 year records retention requirements, MBD requires calibration Certification Documentation and a revised label of all calibrated materials returned with the tooling.  

  • Material received must be the exact part number of the material ordered and must include proper trace paperwork including Certificate of Compliance.

  • Personnel must have proper training for the jobs they are performing that meet the Aerospace Quality standards.

  • The Quality Management System must be equal to or exceed the requirements of Aerospace Standards and must be an approved vendor by MBD’s Quality system.

  • Material is ordered by specific part numbers per OEM’s CMM’s and therefore must not be substituted without specific written approval of purchasing agent.

  • MBD may request design, test, examination, inspection and related instructions for acceptance by the organization.

  • MBD may require first article test specimens (e.g., production method, number, storage conditions) for inspection, investigation or auditing.

  • Vendor must notify MBD of any nonconforming part or material sold to MBD or used on any repairs for MBD.

  • Vendor must notify MBD of changes in product and/or process definition and, where required, obtain organization approval.

  • MBD, their customers, and the Authorities must have right of access to all facilities involved in the order and to all applicable records.

  • MBD requires for the supplier to flow down to all sub-tier suppliers the applicable requirements in the purchasing or repair order documents, including key characteristics.

  • MBD requires Aerospace standard organization release documentation packages, which might include teardown reports, work packages, proof that material is non-incident related, FAA tags, 8130-3’s, EASA form 1 and applicable trace paperwork.

  • MBD requires the vendor/supplier to report defects and unairworthy conditions to this organization and applicable regulatory authorities.

  • MBD Requires notification and return of all material determined to be Beyond Economical Repair or Nonconforming Product.

  • Beyond internal two year records requirements, MBD requires all Trace Documentation and / or repair certification documentation to be protected and forwarded with the completed purchase order or repair order.

 


Repair Order Quality Requirements

  • Personnel must have proper training for the jobs they are performing that meet the Aerospace Quality standards.

  • The Quality Management System must be equal to or exceed the requirements of Aerospace Standards and must be an approved vendor by MBD’s Quality system.

  • Material is ordered by specific part numbers per OEM’s CMM’s and therefore must not be substituted without specific written approval of purchasing agent.

  • MBD may request design, test, examination, inspection and related instructions for acceptance by the organization.

  • MBD may require first article test specimens (e.g., production method, number, storage conditions) for inspection, investigation or auditing.

  • Vendor must notify MBD of any nonconforming part or material sold to MBD or used on any repairs for MBD.

  • Vendor must notify MBD of changes in product and/or process definition and, where required, obtain organization approval.

  • MBD, their customers, and the Authorities must have right of access to all facilities involved in the order and to all applicable records.

  • MBD requires for the supplier to flow down to all sub-tier suppliers the applicable requirements in the purchasing or repair order documents, including key characteristics.

  • MBD requires Aerospace standard organization release documentation packages, which might include teardown reports, work packages, proof that material is non-incident related, FAA tags, 8130-3’s, EASA form 1 and applicable trace paperwork.

  • MBD requires the vendor/supplier to report defects and unairworthy conditions to this organization and applicable regulatory authorities.

  • Material sent out for repair must be repaired in accordance with the applicable regulatory and manufacture requirements; the specifications which will be provided to the vendor performing the repair.

  • MBD Requires notification and return of all material determined to be Beyond Economical Repair or Nonconforming Product.

  • Beyond internal two year records requirements,  MBD requires all Trace Documentation and / or repair certification documentation to be protected and forwarded with the completed purchase order or repair order.

Version 01 Date 08/13/2012