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  • Copyright 2014 AgustaWestland SpA, AgustaWestland Ltd and / or any other Legal Entity belonging to the

    AgustaWestland Group (together as AW) Copyright and all other rights in this document are vested in AW. This document contains confidential proprietary information and is supplied on the express condition that it may not be disclosed, reproduced in whole or in part, or used for any purpose other than

    that for which it is supplied, without the written consent of AW.

    QRS-121

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    Fraudulent/Counterfeit Parts Prevention

    Issue Date: April 2015 Issue: 00

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    CHANGES LOG

    Issue Approval Date Main changes Interested Paragraphs

    00 December 2014 First Issue All

    REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

    Documents level Document code (, paragraph) and title

    Higher Level COS Documents

    QRS-01 Quality Requirements For Suppliers

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    CONTENTS

    1 PURPOSE........................................................................................................................................................ 4

    2 APPLICABILITY................................................................................................................................................ 4

    3 EFFECTIVE DATE ............................................................................................................................................. 4

    4 OWNERSHIP ................................................................................................................................................... 4

    5 ACRONYMS, DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................................................... 4

    6 MEANS OF UNDERSTANDING ........................................................................................................................ 5

    7 REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................................................................. 6

    7.1 PERSONNEL TRAINING ........................................................................................................................................ 6 7.2 PARTS AVAILABILITY .......................................................................................................................................... 6 7.3 PURCHASING PROCESS ....................................................................................................................................... 6 7.4 PURCHASING INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................ 7 7.5 VERIFICATION OF PURCHASED/RETURNED PRODUCT ................................................................................................. 7 7.6 IN PROCESS INVESTIGATION ................................................................................................................................. 7 7.7 FAILURE ANALYSIS ............................................................................................................................................. 7 7.8 MATERIAL AND PARTS CONTROL .......................................................................................................................... 7 7.9 REPORTING ...................................................................................................................................................... 8 7.10 POST DELIVERY SUPPORT ................................................................................................................................... 8

    8 FORMS AND ANNEXES/SUPPLEMENTS .......................................................................................................... 8

    8.1 FORMS............................................................................................................................................................ 8 8.2 ANNEXES / SUPPLEMENTS .................................................................................................................................. 8

    9 APPENDIXES ................................................................................................................................................... 8

    9.1 APPENDIX A PARTS AVAILABILITY ...................................................................................................................... 9 9.1.1 DESIGN, PROPOSAL, AND PROGRAM PLANNING ....................................................................................................... 9 9.1.2 DESIGN, PROPOSAL, AND PROGRAM PLANNING ....................................................................................................... 9 9.2 APPENDIX B PURCHASING PROCESS ................................................................................................................. 10 9.2.1 PROCUREMENT APPROACH ............................................................................................................................... 10 9.2.2 SUPPLIER APPROVAL AND SOURCE SELECTION ...................................................................................................... 10 9.2.3 AUDITS ......................................................................................................................................................... 11 9.3 APPENDIX C - SUPPLY CHAIN TRACEABILITY .......................................................................................................... 12 9.4 APPENDIX D PROCUREMENT CONTRACT EXAMPLES ............................................................................................. 13 9.5 APPENDIX E PRODUCT ASSURANCE .................................................................................................................. 14 9.6 APPENDIX F MATERIAL CONTROL .................................................................................................................... 15 9.7 APPENDIX G REPORTING ................................................................................................................................ 15

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    1 Purpose

    Purpose of this document is to provide information and resources to increase the awareness of counterfeit parts and their impact on AgustaWestland products

    2 Applicability

    This procedure shall be applied to all the suppliers as defined in QRS01

    3 Effective date

    July 2015.

    4 Ownership

    The Supplier Quality Assurance (SQA) is responsible for coordinating the input of content

    to this QRS and any subsequent amendments supported by other relevant

    Departments/Functions as required.

    5 Acronyms, definitions and abbreviations

    AW AgustaWestland OCM Original Component Manufacturer SQA Supplier Quality Assurance Suspect Parts A part in which there is an indication that it may have been misrepresented by the supplier or manufacturer and may meet the definition of fraudulent part or counterfeit part provided below. Fraudulent Parts Any suspect part misrepresented to the Customer as meeting the Customers requirements. E.g. used product sold as new, or old/obsolete products being sold as the latest version/generation. Counterfeit Parts A fraudulent part that has been confirmed to be a copy, imitation, or substitute that has been represented, identified, or marked as genuine, and/or altered by a source without legal right with intent to misled, deceive, or defraud. E.g. imitation or copy of an authentic product

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    6 Means of Understanding

    The use of shall, should, must, will and may within this document shall observe the following rules:

    the word shall in the text denotes a mandatory requirement: deviations from such

    a requirement is not permissible without formal agreement, the word should in the text denotes a recommendation or advice on implementing

    such a requirement of the document; such recommendations or advice is expected to be followed unless good reasons are stated for not doing so,

    the word must in the text is used for legislative or regulatory requirements and

    shall be complied with, the word will in the text denotes a provision or service or an intention in

    connection with a requirement contained in this document, the word may in the text denotes a permissible practice or action; it does not

    express a requirement contained in this document.

    These means of understanding are applicable in the entirety of the document.

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    7 Requirements

    The Supplier shall develop and implement a fraudulent/counterfeit control plan explaining his process used for risk mitigation; disposition and reporting of suspect or confirmed fraudulent/counterfeit spare parts or parts used on major assemblies. This control plan should contain at least the following areas:

    Personnel Training

    Parts Availability

    Purchasing Process

    Purchasing Information

    Verification of purchased/returned product

    In process investigation

    Mat