Quality Management Systems
SIRS’ quality policy is aligned with the strategic direction of the company. SIRS aim to achieve total Customer satisfaction through the production and delivery of high quality, conforming and on-time product whilst maintaining product safety at all times. SIRS operate a ‘Zero Defect’ policy through effective design, incorporating risk analysis, procurement, manufacture and product support. Any issues raised concerning the product or our service will be evaluated with appropriate and proportionate Root Cause Analysis and Corrective action to prevent future occurrence.
It is the objective of SIRS to ensure that all products will be designed, manufactured, repaired and serviced to the highest possible standard, within defined contractual requirements. These objectives are reviewed and analysed at the management review together with the suitability of the quality management system.
It is the policy of SIRS to ensure that all work is undertaken:
RIGHT FIRST TIME
To ensure high quality and maintain the strength of our quality history, we operate a system, which has personal attention from receipt of the order, through design, manufacture, repair and delivery to the customer, applying ‘total quality’ at each stage, We are committed to continuous improvement throughout our field of operation and to improve the effectiveness of our quality management system. SIRS are committed to achieving customer satisfaction to the fullest extent by tailoring products and services to fulfil applicable requirements.
Reference to AS9100D, ISO9001:2015, CAA part 21 sub-part G, CAA part 21 sub-part J (ADOA, CAA-145 and EASA-145 is an integral part of the quality system.
The terms of CAA-21, CAA-145 and EASA-145 approval, cover the range of Aircraft Standby Compasses manufactured and repaired by SIRS Navigation.
SIRS are fully approved to AS9100D and EN9100:2016 for Design, Manufacture, Repair and Calibration of Magnetic compasses.
SIRS’ quality system reflects and incorporates the requirements of AS9100D and fully embodies objectives inclusive of; Root Cause Corrective Action, Supplier Management, Customer Satisfaction and Continuous Improvement.
SIRS’ approval and latest audit reports are available within the OASIS Database.
SIRS are fully approved to ISO 9001:2015 for the Design, Manufacture, Repair and Calibration of Standby Magnetic Compasses and associated Navigational Instruments.
CAA Part 21
SIRS are approved to CAA-21 Part G for the manufacture of Aircraft Magnetic Compasses. SIRS encompass all of the requirements of EASA-21 Part G within our Production Organisation Exposition, associated quality procedures and the processes followed. Product Safety is SIRS’ upmost concern and we conduct failure mode analysis to identify high-risk areas and implement proportionate mitigation action to ensure the products delivered to our Customers are manufactured in accordance with approved design data.
CAA Part 145
SIRS are approved to CAA-145 for the Repair, Overhaul and Inspection of Aircraft Magnetic Compasses. SIRS encompass all of the requirements of EASA-145 within our Production Organisation Exposition, associated quality procedures and the processes followed. Product Safety is SIRS’ upmost concern and we conduct failure mode analysis to identify high-risk areas and implement proportionate mitigation action to ensure the products delivered to our Customers are manufactured in accordance with approved design data. All staff receive frequent training on Human Factors, Product Safety, Mandatory Occurrence Reporting and Foreign Object Debris.
EASA Part 145
SIRS also hold EASA-145 third country which covers the repair and maintenance of our products and associated navigation instruments, as mentioned above.
SIRS do not currently have ISO:14001 approval, however our objective is to achieve this by December 2023.