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AS9100:2009 - DNV Certificate No: 08165-2005-AQ-HOU-ANAB

Responsibility of an EFPG Supplier

As a supplier to the EFPG, you have received a purchase order for products and/or services that may be intended for a customer requiring flowdown requirements as stipulated in AS9100, current revision. (consult the EFPG buyer for confirmation). By accepting the EFPG purchase order, along with the standard “EFPG Terms and Conditions” listed elsewhere, the following items are also made part of the purchase order and will be enforced with the same degree of diligence.
The Supplier must:
  • notify the EFPG of any nonconforming product produced
  • obtain EFPG approval for nonconformingr product disposition
  • requirements for test specimens as applicable to subtier suppliers
  • identify the qualification requirements of personnel to subtier suppliers, as applicable
  • allow the EFPG to audit procedures and/or processes in the performance of the purchase order
  • notify the EFPG of changes in product and/or process(es), changes of subtier suppliers, changes of manufacturing facility location, and where required, obtain EFPG approval before changes occur
  • provide the appropriate identification and revision status of specifications, drawings, process requirements, inspection/verification instructions and other relevant technical data to subtier suppliers
  • identify the requirements for design, test, inspection verification (including production process verification), the use of statistical techniques for product acceptance, and as applicable, critical items including key characteristics to subtier suppliers
  • retain all records received or created during the performance of the purchase order in a manner suitable to remain protected, legible, retrievable, identifiable and without deterioration while in storage for a period of seven years or as otherwise identified by the EFPG
  • allow the right of access by the EFPG, its customer and any regulatory authorities to the applicable areas of all facilities, at any level of the supply chain, involved in the purchase order and to all applicable records received or created
  • flowdown to subtier suppliers, the applicable requirements of the purchase order and these flowdown requirements
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Barry Bennett, Director of Quality & Engineering Development - bbennett@efgroup.com