Interstate Plastics Quality Assurance Specification
This Quality Assurance Specification establishes the specific requirements that apply when one or more of the following Quality Requirements (QR’s) are specified by code on INTERSTATE PLASTICS Purchase Orders. These requirements are in addition to those set forth in any other contractual document. The provisions indicated herein are an integral part of the Purchase Order.
Compliance with these requirements does not reduce Seller responsibility for furnishing materials and services, which fully comply with all applicable Drawing(s) and Specification(s), nor does it guarantee acceptance of materials or services by INTERSTATE PLASTICS. In the event that materials or services are found to be defective and cannot be demonstrated by the Seller to be in conformance with the Purchase Order, INTERSTATE PLASTICS has the right to reject them.
Suppliers will be notified of any changes to these Quality Requirements.
|Control Of Changes
|Supplier Corrective Action
|Right Of Entry
|Shelf Life And Temperature Sensitive Materials
|Material Safety Data Sheets
|Calibration System Requirements
|Certificate Of Conformance
|Material Test Reports
|Certified Test Data
|Approved Processor Requirements
|Report Of Discrepancy
|Report Of Escape
|Notification of Non-Compliance
|Traceability/Lot And Batch Control
|Supplier Flow-down to Sub-supplier
1. INSPECTION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
2. CONTROL OF CHANGES:
3. SUPPLIER CORRECTIVE ACTION:
4. RIGHT OF ENTRY:
5. SHELF LIFE AND TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE MATERIALS: The Seller shall identify all materials and articles which have definite characteristics of quality degradation with age or environment. The Seller shall affix this information directly on the material container or article. This identification shall indicate the date useful life was initiated and the date or cycle at which the useful life will be expended. When environment is a factor in determining useful life, the identification shall include the storage condition (i.e., temperature, humidity, etc.) required to achieve the stated life. A minimum of 75% of the applicable material/article shelf life shall remain upon receipt of the material by Buyer or the material is subject to rejection and returned to the seller.
7. SAFETY DATA SHEETS:
Materials(s) noted on this purchase order must be supplied in accordance with OSHA’s hazard communication standard 29CFR1910-1200, OSHA instruction CPL2-2.38 dated May 10, 1998 and Washington State codes 296-62-05413. All first time orders MUST be supplied with “Safety Data Sheets". Materials not received in compliance with aforementioned OSHA requirements and WashingtonState codes will be subject to immediate rejection and return at supplier’s expense.
Parts, assemblies and components shall be
9. CALIBRATION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
Seller shall have a calibration system that assures compliance with NIST / ANSI / NCSL Z540-1-1994 “American National Standard for calibration”. Any deviation or waiver to this requirement must be approved by buyer’s Material and Quality Assurance Representatives.
10. CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMANCE:
Each shipment will be accompanied by a legible and reproducible copy of a Certificate of Conformance with the signature of responsible representative stating material, process, or article being shipped meets requirements of applicable drawings or specification cited in Purchase Order. Supplier will include date of manufacture on Certificate of Conformance. If an Outsource Procurement Specification is called out on the Purchase Order, include the revision level.
11. MATERIAL TEST REPORTS:
A legible and reproducible copy of material test reports will accompany each shipment. Test reports will be identified with specification number and heat and/or cure lot number. Chemical and physical test reports will include actual numerical values for each property tested in accordance with the applicable specification. When more than one specimen is required, test results of each is required on the report. Specification and revision will be shown on each test report furnished.
12. CERTIFIED TEST DATA:
A legible and reproducible copy of certified test data will accompany each shipment of material, parts, or assemblies. Test will be identified with specification number and heat and/or cure lot number. Chemical and physical test data will include actual numerical values for each property tested in accordance with the applicable specification. Specification and revision will be shown on each report furnished. Test data will include the following statement (or equivalent): "Test reports are on file and available upon request."
13. APPROVED PROCESS REQUIREMENTS:
A legible and reproducible copy of special process certifications (i.e. testing, heat treat, nondestructive testing, etc.) will accompany each shipment of material, parts, or assemblies. Special processes will be performed by accredited process facilities and, if required by contract, customer (process specification owner) approved sources.
14. REPORT OF DISCREPANCY:
14.1 REPORT OF ESCAPE:
14.2 NOTIFICATION OF NON-COMPLIANCE
15. TRACEABILITY/LOST AND BATCH CONTROL:
16. SUPPLIER RECORDS:
17. KEY CHARACTERISTICS:
18. SUPPLIER FLOW DOWN TO SUB-SUPPLIER
19. ACCEPTANCE AUTHORITY MEDIA: