The supplier shall implement a quality management system.
The supplier shall use statistical techniques for product acceptance.
The supplier shall notify Avion:
Of any nonconforming product, to obtain approval for nonconforming product disposition,
Of changes in product, process, or services; changes of external providers, changes of manufacturing facility location.
The supplier shall use customer-designated or approved external providers, including process sources.
The supplier shall flow down to the supply chain the applicable requirements, including customer requirements and Avion specific requirements.
The supplier shall allow right of access by Avion, their customer and regulatory authorities to the applicable areas of all facilities, and any level of the supply chain, involved in the order and to applicable documented information.
Suppliers are responsible for retention and protection of product records, indicating quality, acceptance, and traceability of product for 10 years. Prior to disposition, the supplier shall contact Avion for direction on disposition requirements.
Suppliers are to communicate at time of quote the lead time. At the time of order, note the due date as this is being entered into Avion’s system and used to calculate “on time delivery” (OTD).
The supplier shall prevent the use of counterfeit parts.
The supplier shall ensure that persons are aware of their contribution to product or service conformity, their contribution to product safety, and the importance of ethical behavior.
Corrective Action may be initiated to resolve performance concerns related to product quality, delivery, or documentation.
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