BS ISO 16192:2010 - Space systems. Experience gained in space projects (Lessons learned). Principles and guidelines – BSI British Standards

BS ISO 16192:2010

Space systems. Experience gained in space projects (Lessons learned). Principles and guidelines

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : July 2010 Replaced By : BS ISO 16192:2017

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BS ISO 16192:2010 Space systems. Experience gained in space projects (Lessons learned). Principles and guidelines

BS ISO 16192 is an International Standard which outlines lessons learned principles and guidelines that are applicable in all space project activities (management, technical, quality, cost and schedule).

The application of BS ISO 16192 is intended to be included in the supplier quality management system, but can be tailored in individual contracts as agreed by the customer and supplier, depending on

  • The content of each project (size, technological level and novelty, particular organization, participants, etc.)
  • The interest and usefulness of the related information.

The lessons learned information can result from any situations which might be encountered in similar contexts for future projects, i.e.

  • Undesirable experiences that need to be avoided;
  • Strategies, rules, principles of design, validation, tests and operations that proved to be successful or necessary.

BS ISO 16192 neither endorses nor recommends the transmission of company proprietary information to external entities as part of a lessons learned process.

Implementing a formal lessons learned process as outlined in BS ISO 16192 makes it possible to capture and benefit from this information.

The lessons learned activity is an important contribution to the processing of the preventive and corrective actions specified in ISO 9001 and ISO 17666.

BS ISO 16192 also provides lessons learned processes and suggested lessons learned forms.

Contents of BS ISO 16192:

Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 The role of a lessons learned activity
2.1 General
2.2 Identification and collection
2.3 Analysis, classification and issuing of recommendations
2.4 Recording
2.5 Information availability
3 Lessons learned management
3.1 The main applications of the lessons learned
3.2 Information sources for the lessons learned
4 The lessons learned process
4.1 General
4.2 Process steps
4.3 Description of lessons learned process steps
5 Content of the lessons learned record
5.1 General
5.2 Detailed content
6 Lessons learned implementation
6.1 General
6.2 Application
6.3 Responsibility
7 Effectiveness of the lessons learned process
Annex A (informative) Lessons learned process
Annex B (informative) Generic lessons learned forms
Annex C (informative) Short lessons learned form
Bibliography

 




Standard NumberBS ISO 16192:2010
TitleSpace systems. Experience gained in space projects (Lessons learned). Principles and guidelines
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 July 2010
Withdrawn Date05 May 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 17666, ISO 9001
Replaced ByBS ISO 16192:2017
International RelationshipsISO 16192:2010 Ed 1
DescriptorsRisk assessment, Management, Documents, Quality management, Records (documents), Measurement, Information, Space transport, Project management, Data acquisition, Space technology
ICS49.020
49.140
Title in FrenchSystèmes spatiaux. Évaluation de la connaissance pratique. Principes et lignes directrices
CommitteeACE/68
ISBN978 0 580 70432 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages24
File Size672 KB
Price£182.00


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