Our Services – Industry Specific

As the global customer/organization moving towards a more specific standards and requirements. AIB Philippines is the leader in the field of training and consulting, it is our business to be at the forefront of the safe execution and delivery of this standards to their specific markets. Our capabilities in a variety of industries aerospace, automotive, electrical and electronic products, medical devices, IT and telecoms, food including bottled water and packages ice, and more offer an interconnected knowledge base that brings solutions to everything from regulatory issues to supply chain challenges, and beyond.

AIB offers a full range of aerospace management support, including certification, inspection, expertise, audit services, training, and documentation. Our auditors  expertise leads clients to build a quality management system that is cost-effective and efficient. We help clients focus on risk prevention, safety compliance and quality monitoring.

IATF 16949:2016 was published by IATF and replaced the ISO/TS 16949, defining the requirements of a quality management system for organizations in the automotive industry. It was aligned with and refer to the most recent version of ISO quality management system standard, ISO9001:2015. IATF 16949:2016 fully respect ISO 9001:2015 structure and requirements. IATF 16949:2016 is not a stand-alone quality management standard, but is implemented as a supplement to, and in conjunction with, ISO 9001:2015. IATF ensure continued alignment with ISO 9001 by maintaining strong cooperation with ISO, through its participation in ISO/TC 176.

RC14001:2008 is a company level certification based on a standard that includes all of the requirements of ISO 14001:2004 as well as the requirements of the Responsible Care code. The American Chemistry Council developed an Environmental, Health, Safety and Security (EHS&S) performance improvement initiative. This standard revises the RC14001:2005 to include enhancements on product stewardship issues, more efficient placement of outreach and dialogue requirements and additional requirements under operational control activities.

This certification is appropriate for chemical manufacturing companies. Also, organizations in the chemical, petroleum and allied industries would be appropriate candidates for this certification.

ISO 22000 is a Food Safety Management System that can be applied to any organization in the food chain, farm to fork. Becoming certified to ISO 22000 allows a company to show their customers that they have a food safety management system in place. This provides customer confidence in the product. This is becoming more and more important as customers demand safe food and food processors require that ingredients obtained from their suppliers to be safe.

As customers increasingly demand safe food and food processors require the ingredients from suppliers to be safe, it is becoming more important for organizations to show their customers that they have a food safety management system in place. Regardless of where your organization falls in the food supply chain (from farm to fork), ISO 22000 is a food management system that is applicable to any organization. Becoming certified to ISO 22000 allows a company to show their customers that they have a food safety management system in place and ultimately builds customer confidence in the product. This training is designed to provide you a strong foundation of ISO 22000. It provides a clear understanding of the purpose and requirements of ISO 22000.

The Safe Quality Food (SQF) standard is unique. It links every stage of your supply chain to offer certification from farm to fork.The standard provides certification for all sectors of the food industry, from primary production and manufacturing, to distribution, packaging and wholesale. SQF is recognized by retailers and food service providers worldwide, and certification to levels two and three is fully approved by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). It is the only GFSI recognized programmed to offer certification from farm to fork.

Food safety is of critical importance when working at any stage of the food supply chain to protect consumers, meet legal obligations and safeguard your brand. The British Retail Consortium (BRC) is a globally recognized UK trade organization. Which established a series standards to help companies comply with food safety legislation, and to provide guidelines for the manufacture of safe, quality food products. The standards soon became a worldwide benchmark for best practice in the food industry, and have evolved into the internationally recognized BRC Global Standards.

GLOBALG.A.P. (Good Agricultural Practices) refers to an internationally accepted set of farm standards and is recognized in more than 100 countries, offering guidance on sustainable production practices, animal welfare, and worker health and safety. Certification helps producers meet the demand for high quality, sustainable food and allows retailers and consumers to choose quality produce with confidence.

Food manufacturers are faced with the growing demand from consumers who suffer from Celiac disease. There is no cure, but this disease can be treated with a strict, life-long gluten-free diet.The number of people affected by Celiac disease is expected to double every 15 years and eighty-three percent of people with the disease are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Celiac disease can cause debilitating symptoms and if left untreated, lead to life-threatening health conditions.

ISO 21469 is an internationally recognized standard which specifies hygiene requirements for the formulation, manufacture, use and handling of lubricants which during manufacture process can come into incidental contact (e.g. through heat transfer, load transmission, lubrication or the corrosion protection of machinery) with products and packaging used in the food, food-processing, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, or animal-feeding-stuffs industries.

In todays business climate, good governance, corporate responsibility and effective risk management are business critical. Successful organizations, regardless of the industry in which they operate, are cognizant of this environment and proactive in their response. Medical device manufacturing and service companies have additional concerns; not the least of which is the need to demonstrate compliance to multiple national regulatory requirements as a prerequisite to market entry.

Beverage Quality Program offers integrated safety and quality assurance services for bottlers, retailers, distributors and suppliers of beverages and packaged ice. There are many thousands of packages ice manufacturer; from large commercial producers to small convenience stores. Tradition has been that packaged ice is used as a refrigerant to keep food cold and safe. Today that view is only partially true. More and more packaged ice is used as an ingredient in food manufacturer or put into beverages to keep them cold. Because some packaged ice is consumed, all manufacturers, no matter their size, are producing a food product that we must assume is 100% consumed.

EICC is a nonprofit coalition of electronics companies committed to supporting the rights and wellbeing of workers and communities worldwide affected by the global electronics supply chain. EICC members commit and are held accountable to a common Code of Conduct and utilize a range of EICC training and assessment tools to support continuous improvement in the social, environmental and ethical responsibility of their supply chains.

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) and static electricity can cause numerous problems for organizations across several industries, particularly the electronics industry. Product quality and reliability, manufacturing costs and production can all be affected by ESD. In ordinary circumstances, static electricity and ESD are little more than annoyances, however, at times these shocks can be as powerful as 1000v or more. Unprotected electronic components as simple as diodes to complex hybrids can very easily be damaged and become defective by such Electrostatic charges.

Biohazard Cabinets are self-contained laboratory enclosures that provide protection for personnel, the environment and/or products in work with hazardous microorganisms. Cabinets provide protection by creating an air barrier at the work opening and by HEPA filtration of exhaust air. Class I cabinets protect personnel and the environment, however Class II laminar flow cabinets protect personnel, the environment and products.

Typical tests performed to certify a Biological Safety Cabinet:

  • Airflow velocity test
  • Inflow velocity test (Class I)
  • HEPA filter leak test
  • UV light level test
  • Air barrier containment
  • Induced leakage
  • Illuminance

IPC-A-610 is the most widely used electronics assembly standard in the world. A must for all quality assurance and assembly departments, IPC-A-610F illustrates industry-accepted workmanship criteria for electronic assemblies through detailed statements reflecting acceptable and defect conditions, supported by full-color photographs and illustrations. This revision includes two new SMT termination styles, as well as changes in plated-through hole fill and BGA void criteria. Additionally, wherever possible statements were modified to make readability easier and to enhance understanding  all without eliminating any requirements.