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Join experts from LRQA and Textron Systems Australia who come together to offer practical guidance and solutions for effective Aerospace management systems.

The webinar will explore Human Factors, an important but often overlooked additional requirement of the AS 9100 Series standards. They will discuss the common QMS topic Corrective Actions, how this links to Human Factors and they will give an idea on how you can improve in this area in-line with the higher expectations of the Aerospace industry. 

They also will provide practical guidance on how to manage aerospace risks, how to achieve AS9100 certification.

Our presenters:

Andrew Milner
Senior Assessor - LRQA Business Assurance

A specialist in the field of Quality Assurance, Andrew is highly experienced in working with various blue chip companies around the world to facilitate improvement and reduce risk across the supply chain. Milner is a Lead Auditor for AS9100, AS9120 and ISO9001 standards, with previous roles held at an aircraft systems tier 1 manufacturer delivering directly to Boeing, Airbus and other significant primes.


Jack Kormas
Managing Director - Textron Systems Australia

Jack is the Senior Executive Leader for all Australian operations of Textron Systems. He is responsible for the management of the business in both the civilian and military domains, which includes Engineering research and development, manufacturing of the Aerosonde unmanned air vehicle, flight operations, training services programs and financial performance of the organisation. He has 28 years experience in the Aerospace and Defense industry.


Joe Cutri
Quality Manager - Textron Systems Australia

Joe has 30+years in the Aerospace industry primarily in Maintenance of Avionics Components managing Quality Systems to meet various national and international regulatory requirements and Quality standards. His role at Textron is preparing the company’s QMS for certification to AS9100 and then manage the QMS to ensure ongoing Quality and Regulatory compliance