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The following terms apply as indicated on the face of the Purchase Order. In the event any term cannot be met, notify the Tri-Tec Mfg. (TTM) buyer immediately.
  1. Right of Inspection: Work under this Purchase Order is subject to TTM surveillance at the supplier’s place of business. TTM Quality Assurance representatives may elect to conduct inspection either on a surveillance basis or to the extent of 100% inspection. The supplier will be notified if TTM inspection is to be conducted on specific shipments. No shipments are to be held for TTM inspection unless notification is received prior to shipment.
  2. Certifications: Are required for each shipment and shall be documented by a member of the suppliers firm. Each certification shall identify the TTM Purchase Order along with the items covered by the certification. Materials received without certification may be subject to rejection at the supplier’s expense.
  3. General Compliance: When applicable, the supplier shall provide a certificate of Compliance (C of C) that all materials, processes, and/or finished items supplied under this order are as specified by this Purchase Order.
  4. Raw Material Identification: All raw materials must be identified per the applicable specification. Identification to a TTM Purchase Order number is also required.
  5. Specific Compliance: The supplier shall certify that all parts, materials, processes and finished items supplied under this order were inspected, tested and found to comply with the requirements of this order. Inspection and test data shall be maintained and is subject to TTM examination. The applicable drawing and/or specification and its revision shall be referenced.
  6. Material Test Reports (actual): When our Purchase Order indicates, the supplier shall submit a chemical and physical test report per the applicable specification for the material shipped under this order.
  7. Quality System: When applicable, the supplier should maintain a Quality System in accordance with ISO 9001:2015 when called out on the Purchase Order.
  8. Quality Control Plan: As possible, the supplier must ensure that any and all production and/or fabrication adhere to documented and controlled processes. Inspection points will be implemented throughout these processes and records maintained accordingly. When applicable, TTM reserves the right to validate processes and procedures for compliance.
  9. Calibration Control: The supplier shall control the calibration of all measuring devices used for Quality validation and acceptance. The calibration program shall conform to Specification ANSI/NCSL-Z540 1-1994 or NIST calibration system requirements.
  10. Part Identification: All items supplied under this order shall be identified with complete nomenclature and part numbers in accordance or as specified on the Purchase Order.
  11. Traceability: When applicable, the supplier shall maintain quality records for a period of not less than 10 years and will ensure availability for TTM upon request.
  12. Non-conformances: Unless otherwise specified, the supplier must notify TTM of all non-conformances prior to any delivery or acceptance.
  13. Document Compliance: All procedures, drawings, (including 3rd party drawings) and/or templates are not to be altered. Any information in these documents will be followed verbatim and are not subject to interpretation without written acknowledgement and agreement from TTM prior to any manufacturing process. If for some reason a question of document compliance or interpretation arises, it is the sole responsibility of the supplier to ensure TTM is made aware of the potential issue and that a clear understanding of ‘document compliance” is made prior to any build or manufacturing.
  14. Sub-Tier Vendors: The supplier must notify TTM of any sub-tier vendors or suppliers used for production or fabrication of products associated with TTM Purchase Orders(s). The Supplier must, as applicable, flow down all requirements on this Purchase Order and this document including key characteristics to their sub-tier vendors or suppliers.
  15. Right of Entry: Tri-Tec Manufacturing, their customers and regulatory and statutory authorities shall be granted the right of access to all sellers’ facilities involved in the order and all applicable quality records. We reserve the right to verify at the sellers premises that subcontracted product conform to specified requirements. Such verification shall not be used by the seller as evidence of effective control of quality by the supplier.
  16. Mercury, Polychlorinated Biphenyl and Asbestos: The supplier will ensure that all products or material supplied from them or their subcontractors has not been exposed to contaminated environments. We reserve the right to verify this at the seller or subcontractor’s premises.
  17. Conflict Minerals
In light of broad public concern over conflict minerals, suppliers who manufacture components, parts, or products containing tin, tantalum, tungsten, and/or gold must be particularly vigilant to follow commitment of sourcing those materials from environmentally and socially responsible sources only. Materials which contribute, either directly or indirectly, to conflict are unacceptable. Supplier shall define, implement and communicate to its sub-suppliers its own Conflict Mineral Policy (“CMP”), outlining its commitment to responsible sourcing and legal compliance and measures for implementation. Supplier shall work with its sub-suppliers to ensure traceability of these metals at least to smelter level. Traceability data shall be maintained and recorded for 5 years and provided to Tri-Tec Manufacturing upon request. Once such mechanisms are available, Supplier shall ensure that purchased metals originate from smelters validated by Supplier as being conflict mineral free. Supplier is encouraged to support industry efforts to enhance traceability and responsible practices in global minerals supply chains. 
Supplier hereby warrants that it is or will be in compliance with, and will require its subcontractors and any person under its control to comply with the CMP. Supplier represents that it has adopted and implemented appropriate and effective policies to ensure compliance with the CMP, including:
a.             The implementation of due diligence and data collection procedures reasonably designed to monitor compliance with its CMP;
b.             The establishment of internal review and accountability structures to oversee internal compliance with its CMP;
c.             The coordination of ongoing training and instruction for its employees regarding compliance with its CMP;
d.             The requirement that its subcontractors certify their compliance with the CMP; and
e.              The implementation of regular subcontractor audits, either directly or through a third-party