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Message from Bill Poliseo – Orion Aerospace Director
Attention Aerospace Client companies of Orion
After 1 February 2015, aerospace audits shall be conducted using the forms and requirements of the AS9101 E revision. Orion auditors shall use the AS 9101D revision until 1 February 2015.
AS 9101 – Audit Requirements Standard for Aviation, Space, and Defensed Organizations – Revision E This standard has recently undergone a revision from AS 9101D to AS 9101E. This standard dictates specific requirements for the registration audits to AS 9100, AS 9110, and AS 9120. These changes will have an impact on the way an aerospace audit is delivered and documented. Client companies of Orion are advised that after 1 February 2015, aerospace audits shall be conducted using the forms and requirements of the AS 9101E revision. Orion auditors shall use the AS 9101D revision until 1 February 2015.
Changes that you will observe will be the PEAR (Process Effectiveness Assessment Report) is enhanced with more detail, the OER (Objective Evidence Report) is eliminated, but rest assured, objective evidence will still be collected and documented. It aims at doing a more effective effort to evaluate the effectiveness of the processes audited and then delivering more efficient and effective documented reporting on the outcomes. Your most effective preparation is simple, maintain a clear understanding and compliant implementation of the “AS 9100” standard.
We have identified some documents and links that we find informative on the revision changes. We invite you to review this information to feel prepared and comfortable with the shifts in emphasis of those future audits. These are all offered in the public domain of information available on the internet. The standard itself would be a useful purchase (refer to SAE website or other distributor of standards documents).
Power Point NO. 1 – AS 9100E à 9101E_changes.pdf (http://www.sae.org/iaqg/projects/9101E_changes.pdf)
Power Point N0. 2 – AS 9100E à 9101efaq.pdf (http://www.sae.org/iaqg/projects/9101efaq.pdf)
Robison, James D. “Jim” Daytona Beach, Florida Formerly of Bay City James “Jim” Robison passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, February 8, 2015 from a heart attack. Age 56 years. Jim was born on December 22, 1958 in Bay City, Michigan. He attended TL Handy High School where he excelled in Football, Baseball and Wrestling. Jim received his BS in Engineering from the University of Michigan and a MBA from the University of Dallas. Jim was the owner and lead auditor of Quality Management Exchange, a quality auditing and compliance company for over 20 years. Jim was a member of the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) Fraternity, ISO/TS16946, ISO Automotive Auditors, NQA, USA Consultant Relations. Jim enjoyed University of Michigan Sports, the ATO Fraternity, spending time with friends and family especially his nephews at Christmas, Travel, Cruises and any U of M event. Jim was forever a Michigan Wolverine and a devoted ATO member. Even after living in Florida 20 years he always returned to his home state of Michigan to cheer on the Wolverines. Jim and his wife Amy would spend weeks together in Hawaii on a yearly basis. We will miss his smiling face, assortment of Hawaiian shirts and “GO Blue” at the end of every conversation. Jim is survived by his wife of thirty years Amy (Miller) Robison; mother, Margaret Robison, Siblings Jennifer and Leon Wieland, Rick and Jane Robison, Meg and Paul Smith; several nieces and nephews, Dorothy and Dick Miller, Kathy and Mike Maris, Cindy and Tim Walker and Jeff Miller. Jim was preceded in death by his father Frank Robison. At the request of Jim, cremation has taken place. A memorial service is being planned for a later date. www.gephartfuneralhome.com
Congratulations to auditor Jim Woloszyk
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Your hard work for Orion is appreciated!
R2 Solutions as of June 5, 2014, welcomed the formation of SERI (Sustainable Electronics Recycling International), which will succeed R2 Solutions in developing and promoting the R2 Standard. To learn more about SERI or the R2 Standard, please visit www.SustainableElectronics.org. Click here to read the Press Release 6/5/14
Aerospace Client companies of Orion
After April 20, 2015 – aerospace audits shall be conducted using the forms and requirements of the AS 9101E revision.
John James Luka was born to Joseph and Catherine Luka on April 17, 1945 in little rock Arkansas along with his younger sister Rita. The family of four lived in a polish community rich with culture and heritage He attended Harrison Technical High School and was often scolded for pantomiming the nuns to make the other kids laugh. He was a master at diffusing awkward moments with humor to ease a situation. This skill was one on the hallmarks of his character and he carried it throughout his life.
He married his High School sweetheart Mary and that same year he joined the Navy. Nine months later his son James was born while he served overseas in Viet Nam. He worked on the ship communication systems as a midshipmen on the USS Carter Hall and the USS Princeton. They had two more children after they moved to West Chicago and worked at Western Electric as his father did before him.
In 1991 he lost his first wife and courageously raised three children as a single parent. After completing his bachelors and Masters degrees, he took a position in Colorado to make a new start for himself and his children.
In 2002 he found love again with his sweetheart Laurie Luka, whom he deeply loved and cherished with all his heart until his death. Among his many notable accomplishments was his advocacy of the Malcolm Baldridge Award, a nationally recognized award for outstanding quality excellence in customer service and a victim advocate for the Boulder Police Dept.
John had a lifelong passion for Motorcycles and earned a sponsorship with Husqvarna for Eduro Racing. He was walking encyclopedia of knowledge of cars engines and guns. He had a passion for learning and self improvement. He is survived by his wife Laurie, children James, Jocelyn, Kristine and Angie, and his 5 grandchildren with one on the way. John was a true Patriot. He will be missed by all but forgotten by none. God speed John Luka, beloved Father, Husband and Friend.
Frank was born in Lorain, Ohio to Genevieve and Zigmunt Sidorowicz on December 15, 1948. He graduated from Admiral King High School and Lorain County Community College. He received his Bachelors and Masters in Business Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi. Frank started his career at Amoco Research Center in Naperville Illinois and later moved to Natchez MS to become the Quality manager for Amoco Petroleum Additives plant.
In 1993 Frank became a quality systems auditor. He opened a regional office for BVQI in Plano TX and became vice president of its western division. In 2004 he became TL9000 Program Manager for TUV SUD America on a global basis. Most recently he worked for Orion Registrar of Arvada CO, as their TL9000 Program Director and has been working with QuEST Forum, a global telecommunications assoc. for 11 years.
Frank’s hobbies are music and woodworking. While in Natchez, Frank had lead roles in the Natchez Little Theater productions and served on its board for many years. As a member of Parkway Baptist Church, he led children’s choir, sang solo and in a quartet. In Plano TX, at Parkway Hills Baptist Church, Frank continued these musical activities but added handbell ringing. He made and restored many beautiful pieces of furniture for friends and family including grandfather clocks, cabinets, shelves, benches, and tables. He is deeply loved and missed by his family.
Survivors: Wife, Barbara Sidorowicz, daughters Melanie Williamson (Christopher) of Windham, NH, daughter Angela Hodge (Timothy) of Keller, TX, grandchildren Jenna and Amelia Williamson and Mason and Kathryn Hodge, brothers Rick Sidorowicz of Pinellas Park, FL, and Ralph Sidorowicz (Emily) of Thermal CA. Sisters Diane Lesuik (Orest) of Lorain OH and Irene Potoski (Ron) of Cleveland OH. Memorials can be made to the National Brain Tumor Society or your charity of choice.
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