A review by Oxebridge of the new AS9110 Rev. B standard, for aircraft repair stations, reveals that the revised document does include a number of minor new requirements.
Below is a list of new or modified requirements in the AS9110 B standard, as compared to the Rev. A version. this does not include changes to Notes, definitions, non-substantive typo corrections, or any other change that does not constitute a new or modified “shall clause.”
4.2.3.h: New requirement to report incomplete or ambiguous technical data to the customer and/or author.
5.6.2.h: New requirement that management review include product safety issues; review of audits removed.
6.4: Human factors added to requirements for managing infrastructure
7.1.4: New requirement limiting transfer of work only “in a manner acceptable to customers and authorities.”
7.2.2: Added requirement “org shall use technical data at the contractually specified revision or at the latest revision, if not specified.”
7.4.2.k: Fixed significant typo: organization will flow down requirements for the supplier’s delivery documentation (not “organization’s”).
7.4.2.l: Added requirements for reporting “product malfunctions.”
7.5.1.o: Changed requirement that equipment be “recommended by the manufacturer” to “recommended by the technical data.”
7.5.2: Special processes must now also comply with the requirements of the applicable technical data issued by the design approval holder.
7.6: New requirement that the selection of M&M equipment will consider the technical data.
8.2.1: Improvement plans must be consistent with safety policy and objectives
8.2.3.b: Evaluation of nonconforming process must consider safety and reliability.
8.2.4: Sampling inspection may only be used if compatible with the technical data provided by the design approval holder.
8.2.4: New rules on signing release certificate.
8.3: Additional rule that organization cannot scrap customer property unless authorized.