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Standards Based Upon ISO 9001

Over time, various industry sectors have wanted to standardize their interpretations of the guidelines within their own marketplace. This is partly to ensure that their versions of ISO 9000 have their specific requirements, but also to try and ensure that more appropriately trained and experienced auditors are sent to assess them. 

Below are standards that have been developed based upon ISO 9001:

AS9100 is the Aerospace Basic Quality System Standard, developed for the Aircraft, Space, and Defense Industry (AS&D). This standard contains all of the requirements of ISO 9001 plus several additional requirements specifically for the AS&D industry. It is managed by SAE.
AS9110
This standard defines the quality management system requirements, with additonal requirements to address aerospace maintenance repair for the aircraft industry at all levels of the MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul) process. It is managed by SAE.
AS9120
Includes ISO 9001 quality management system requirements and specifies additional requirements for a quality management system for the aerospace industry applicable to stockist distributors. It is managed by SAE.
This standard was developed for the medical industry. It contains most, but not all of the requirements of ISO 9001 plus several additional requirements specifically for Medical Devices. This standard is a stand-alone standard, and although it is based upon ISO 9001, it does not necessarily mean that compliance with ISO 13845 means compliance with ISO 9001.
This standard was developed for the Automotive industry, and is based completely of off ISO 9001, with several addional requirements to satisify the Automotive Industry Quality Management System.
ISO 14001 defines the requirements of an Environmental Management System (EMS), and it contains many of the same requirements of ISO 9001. These two requirements are usually integrated together.
 
ISO 45001
Outlines the requirements of an Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS). It contains many of the same requirements of ISO 9001 and is often integrated with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. However, it is NOT an ISO standard.