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AS13000

Background

The world’s Aero Engine Manufacturers, via the G22 working group (AESQ), have formally adopted 8D via the development of the new SAE AS13000 standard that requires a universal approach to problem solving activities throughout the supply chain.

This best practice approach is expected to be deployed within the whole supply chain by the end of 2015 with suppliers being expected to use the 8D format in the future. This industry wide change will enable the suppliers to improve both In-house and Delivered quality whilst also reducing costs by eliminating the waste caused by problem reoccurrence.

 2 Day Workshop

This workshop will be beneficial to anyone within the Aerospace Supply Chain that is actively involved in problem solving activities. The content of the course covers all aspects of how to solve problems by following the 8D methodology, defined in AS13000, using its tools and techniques as well as incorporating practical real life examples. 

  • Run and control charts
  • Solution selection
  • Mistake proofing
  • Pareto analysis
  • Cause and Effect
  • 5 Why’s root cause analysis
  • Managing team dynamics
  • Listening and questioning techniques
  • Communication with stakeholders
  • Supporting documentation requirements

 What Is 8D?

  8D is the Eight Disciplines that define the structured approach to problem solving:-

D0 – Implement immediate containment

D1 – Form a  multi-disciplinary team

D2 – Define the Problem and escape point

D3 – Develop Interin Containment Actions (ICA)

D4 – Identify and Verify Root Causes

D5 – Identify Corrective Action

D6 – Implement Corrective Actions

D7 – Define and Plan Preventive Action

D8 – Recognise the Team sucess

 

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