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					                                                           Supplier Assessment Report
             INFORMATION TO BE FILLED BY SUPPLIER                                         INFORMATION TO BE FILLED BY NEWELL AUDITOR
                                                                               Supplier General Information

Supplier name:                                                                                                                              Self Assessment Date:


Supplier address: (Manufacturing Facility)                                       City :                                                     ST:                     Zip/Pin :


                                                                                 Country :                                                  Web Page


Remittance To address :                                                          City :                                                     ST:                      Zip code :


                                                                                 Country :


List of other locations :


Is there a signed Supplier Confidentiality Agreement in place? (Mark YES/ NO)                   NO           DATE                           Existing                GBU(s)
                                                                                                                                            OR New




                                                                                                                                 Supplier
                                                                                                                                            Supplier
Is there a signed Product Safety Agreement in place? (Mark YES / NO)                            NO           DATE                           Last Audit              Last SA
                                                                                                                                            Date                    Score

                                                                                     Supplier Contacts

                            Name                                Title                      Phone Number                     Cell Phone                                     Email
                                                     Owner / President /M.D. /
                                                     General Manager
                                                        Operations Manager


                                                      Sales & Marketing Mgr.
                                                         (Newell Account)
                                                       Engineering Manager


                                                         Quality Manager


                                                          Management
                                                       Representative QMS

                                                              Facilities & Company Data (Attach detailed data as necessary)


 Total Plant Area :         Unit    SQ                                                       Number of buildings :
                                   METER

Sales last 3 Yrs :      Last                  (Last-              (Last -2)                  Private OR Public Owned Company :
(Thousand USD)          Year                    1)                  Year
                                               Year
Total Employees :                            Employee Turn over %age :                       Total Temporary OR Contract                                 Temp. Employee
                                                                                             Employee :                                                  Turnover %age :
  Employee Representation                                           Name of the Trade                                      Strike history :        NO Labor Union Contract
 (Union/Welfare Committee)                                               Union                                             (Mark YES/NO)              Validity :
  Communication         Top        Opn       Mkt Mgr Engg Mgr       QA Mgr          Engr     Working Shift(s)              Weekly Off                    Security Services
    (English)           Mgmt       Mngr                                                      (1 / 2 / 3)                   Day(s):                       (Self/Outsource) :
  Independently             NO      NO         NO        NO             NO          NO                    Exports                                        Mj. Raw
                                                                                               Business




 (Mark YES/NO)                                                                                                                                           Material
                                                                                                %Age




                                                                                                                             Main                         & Sub
 With Assistance            YES    YES        YES       YES             YES         YES                   Domestic          Customer                     Suplr(s)




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List any scheduled Annual Maintenance
shut downs or holidays :

                                                                                   Core Competencies

Describe in detail your
company's core
competencies.



Attach a detailed manufacturing
equipment list.




                                                                      Development & Value Improvement Projects

Describe the Supplier’s
ability to contribute to new
product, design, and
prototype opportunities.




                                                                       Active Continuous Improvement Program

Describe the Supplier’s
Continuous Improvement
Culture, including how
improvements are fostered
and maintained.




Supplier Name :                                                                                                         Newell SA Date :
                                                                    Element
                                                                                                                                                                Newell's
                      0 = No System                  1 = Major Deficiencies                           2 = Minor Deficiencies                 Self Assessment
    Subsystem                                                                                                                                                  Assessment
                                                                                                                                                   Rating
     Ratings :                                                                                                                                                    Rating
                      3 = Satisfactory               4 = Good with Proven Record of Continuous Improvement

                                            Section 1: Management Responsibility

             Quality Objectives and responsibilities are clearly stated, widely communicated, measured and understood throughout the
             company. Management has appointed a full time dedicated and qualified resource to lead QMS in the company
    1.1

             Regularly scheduled management reviews occur. Customer Satisfaction remains a key measurement of effectiveness of Quality
             Management System. Key Performance Indicators(KPI) like DPPM,Service Level, Customer Complaints are reviewed in
    1.2      management review meetings and Corrective Action plan is developed / implemented/ verified.


             Management has a "defect prevention" culture to achieve continuous quality improvement. Process Performance is measured
             against the Quality objectives and investment opportunities are explored to support the process, consistently year over year.
    1.3

             Management has invested in appropriate resources to drive and maintain; Advanced Quality Planning , Corrective Action,
             Continuous improvement, Training, Gauging, 5S, Lean, 6 Sigma and Preventative Maintenance.
    1.4


                                                      Section 2: Focus 5 Tools

             Metrics and systems are in place to drive and maintain quality improvements.
    2.1

             Tools, resources and management support necessary to drive year over year productivity improvements are in place and being
    2.2      utilized

             Supplier support Newell's Lead Time Expectations and has a plan in place to reduce it in future.
    2.3

             Metrics are in place to measure on time delivery. A process is in place to communicate to the customer, in advance, when the
    2.4      possibility of missing a delivery exists. A contingency plan is part of the procedure in case supplier misses a ship date?

             The supplier understands and supports the payment terms.
    2.5




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                                                Section 3: Quality System

      Quality System is clearly documented in the Quality Manual which follows ISO9001-2000 OR ISO/TS16949-2002 (TS-2) OR later
3.1

      Advanced Quality Planning ensures compatibility of design, process, inspection, and test procedures together with applicable
3.2   documentation.

      There is a system for first article sample submission that includes,FMEA, Control Plans, Gauge R&R, Capability studies and a
3.3   first article inspection report.

      The Quality System defines Quality plans including identification of controls, processes, equipment, fixtures, resources and
3.4   skills, etc. Key Characteristics are clearly defined and effectively communicated through out the business.

      The Quality System includes updating of Prints/Specifications, inspection and testing techniques and Quality system
3.5   documentation.

      Employees are adequately trained and actively involved in APQP, Corrective actions, and Continuous improvement teams.
3.6   Company has procedures, and also training was provided to all related employees.

      A formal system exists to manage change in the business, including notifying the customer of process, tooling, equipment and
3.7   material changes. Customer approval is required before change implementation.

      Quality records are controlled and adequate to verify conformance to specification, conformance to operating procedures and
3.8   provide problem-solving evidence.

      An effective Internal Auditing program is in place
3.9

                                                   Section 4: Purchasing

      A formal supplier rating/ Supplier evaluation program exists inline with Newell's Supplier Assessment procedure and findings are
      given due considerations while making a sourcing decision. Raw Material Supplier is also assessed with the same criteria
4.1

      All purchased material requirements are adequately specified and enforced.
4.2
      An effective supplier certification program exists and includes Quality, price, delivery, and service performance measures.
4.3
      An effective procured material and services quality improvement program exists including sub-suppliers.
4.4
      Supplier material certification is required and verified for all strategic materials used in production.
4.5
      Supplier process/product change system is in place with the company being informed of changes.
4.6

4.7   Supplier has a process to do a best total cost analysis for any buy or make decisions

      Adequate final auditing at the sub-supplier or receiving inspection at the supplier exists for key characterizes.
4.8
                                Section 5: Inspection and test- Process Control


      A detailed Process Control Plan exists with well-identified process control steps, reaction plans and critical parameters identified.
5.1
      Setup and operating parameters are documented and monitored during the production run.
5.2
      Critical tooling (dies, molds, fixtures etc.) are verified prior to use and maintained appropriately.
5.3
      Calibrated, variable gauging demonstrating an appropriate Gauge R&R and Precision to Tolerance (P/T), are used to control the
5.4   process and verify product conformance throughout the processes.
      Supervisor or Operator is expected to initiate line stoppage when defective material is identified.
5.5




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      Tools and measures to control of Critical to Quality (CTQ) product and process parameters are implemented at appropriate level
5.6   and is being monitored periodically. Supplier maintains a list of Newell's assets e.g. Jigs, fixtures, tooling or special gauges and
      equipments and provides fit to use certificate periodically.
      In-process and final product is adequately identified and uniquely traceable to; materials used, equipment maintenance and
5.7   calibration.
      Product Identification is adequate to clearly identify product in the event of defective material reaching our facilities.
5.8
      A Multi Layered Process Audit Mechanism Exist to measure the process control effectiveness. Issues are identified and
5.9   improved/ recorded.
                                        Section 6: Control of Test Equipment

      A formal calibration program including; identification, calibration intervals, traceability, calibration method/equipment,
6.1   environment exists with fully documented calibration procedures and adequately trained resources.


      Quality measurement and control equipment, including tools and fixtures that are used for inspection, are sufficient to assure
6.2   conformance to requirements.


      Accuracy, Repeatability and Reproducibility of measuring devices and inspection or testing processes has been established and
6.3   is frequently reviewed for improvement? Note: Are gauge R&R studies conducted and are P/T ratios acceptable (< 10%)?


      There is a documented procedure to initiate correlation studies between the supplier and their customers during product
6.4   development and/or manufacturing startup.


      Calibration and preventative maintenance cycles are documented and on schedule.
6.5

                                  Section 7: Control of Nonconforming Product

      Suspected non-conforming products is adequately identified to prevent further use, moved out of the normal process flow when
7.1   possible, and recorded in a central database for management reporting
      Non-conforming products is subjected to review by qualified, designated persons prior to introduction back into the normal
7,2   process flow?
      Formal customer approval is required for product that meets form fit and function but is not at the typical level of Quality
7.3
      Steps for dealing with non-conforming materials are set out in documented procedures with examples of tags, forms and reports.
7.4
      Adequate steps are taken to prevent recurrence of non-conformity.
7.5
      An effective process that identifies non-conformities and problems with a common source versus those that are a unique
7.6   occurrence is in place and widely implemented.
      To prevent future recurrence of a given non-conformity, appropriate consideration is given to changing manufacturing, packing
7.7   or transit process and documentation is updated.
                                   Section 8: Corrective and preventive Action

      A formal corrective action system exist to assure effective closure and follow-up of customer and internal problems and
8.1   complaints. Is the same system used for both internal and customer corrective action?


      An adequate containment action process exist to protect the customer while the corrective and preventative action is determined.
8.2

      Root cause analysis and control plan updating is an integral part of the supplier’s corrective action system and the appropriate
8.3   levels of closed loop control are in place to verify that the root cause(s) have been identified and controls are effective?


      When preventive measures are implemented, the effect is verified and monitored to ensure that the desired goals are being
8.4   met, Consistently. Process Audit includes the health of Error Proofing installed.


      Permanent changes resulting from corrective action(s) are recorded in work instructions, manufacturing and test processes,
8.5   control plan, training documents etc.


      The corrective and preventative action process is system based i.e. Are people targeted or are the various system/process
8.6   deficiencies addressed?




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                                              Section 9: Document Control

       The supplier maintains a master list to avoid (preclude) use of invalid or obsolete documents.
9.1
       Manufacturing, process and configuration documents are under issue control.
9.2
       A Document change procedure that ensures the key users of documents are informed of changes and their comments are
9.3    considered in upcoming changes exists and is widely used.
       The document control system ensures that the most current customer specifications are available to, and used by,
9.4    manufacturing personnel.

                            Section 10: Handling, Storage, Packaging, & Delivery

       Work In Progress (WIP) is adequately identified as to its status, legibly and durably labeled and stored in an appropriate way.
10.1
       The packaging of Work In Progress and completed product is adequate to safeguard mechanical shock, environmental damage
10.2   and damage within the plant?
       Packaging is adequate to withstand environmental extremes throughout the entire process.
10.3
       Final packaging is adequately labeled to ensure accurate selection and identification by stores personnel and by incoming
10.4   inspection at the customer.
       The storage life of the product been established.
10.5
       FIFO techniques in place and actively used.
10.6
       Barcode printing is readily available to meet NWL requirements.
10.7

                                              Section 11: Ethical Standard

       The address of the supplier's facility is the same address as stated on Business License?
11.1
       The lowest salary is in line with local limit, number on contract and actual paid. (include monthly, daily and hourly).
11.2
       Personnel Records e.g. Appointment Letter with employee's acceptance, Copy of ID card, Photo, Join date, Age Verification
11.3   records are available

       An assessment may be FAILED (Unsatisfactory or Denial or Cancelled) by a critical findings in areas child labor, forced labor,
       corporal punishment, discrimination, human rights violations, illegal transshipments, bribery, and unsafe working conditions.
11.4   Supplier Ethical performance in above cited areas are clean and within local regulations



       Employees are not prevented Or intimidated by supervisor / management for involvement in to union activities. In case union
       does not exist worker's benefit committees are formed to address grievances and improve work conditions
11.5


       For all the Employee's (Direct / Indirect ) actual working time record is kept and maintained with "In & Out" time recording.
11.6
        Actual OT number exceeds the limit of daily and monthly OT hours stated in local labor law? The Max working hour and OT
11.7   hour per day, per week and per month are recorded.


                                    Section 12: Environment Health and Safety

       Fire-fighting equipments such as fire extinguisher and sprinkler are adequate in numbers and are available and maintained as
       per legal and Fire safety requirements. All the areas including living area has Fire Control Measures. Periodic inspection of
12.1
       these equipments are done to ensure its good condition for usage

       The relevant PPE (personal protection equipment) such as safety gloves, safety glasses, masks, etc. is provided to employees.
12.2   Training on proper use of PPE is being imparted and is effective.
       Discharge permit for sewage, waste water, air emission, open burning etc. are available with the factory
12.3

       Factory has declared and is controlling usage of hazardous materials / wastes stored/used in factory(including but not limited
       to chemical products, degreasers, corrosives, flammable or combustibles, fuels, solvents, paints, medication, oil , gas and etc.
12.4   A master list to record the inventory of hazardous materials or wastes is available and is revised periodically.


       Supplier ensures proper and prescribed usage of hazardous materials/wastes stored. Supplier posses MSDS, leakage
       prevention units (the secondary containers), proper Personal Protection Equipments for users. Compulsory safe handling and
12.5   first aid training is imparted to all the employees vulnerable to exposure to these chemicals.




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        Hazardous waste disposal is done as per recommendation of the local governmental norms. Use of authorized company for
        waste disposal or ETP plant in-house is recommended to treat the water properly before releasing. Process Check performed at
12.6    ETP plant as per defined audit plan and a reaction plan exists

        Environmental accidents prevention measures are part of safety training and emergency evacuation plan exists in each work
        and living area.
12.7

        Safety training is part of the QMS training calendar. Safety Training records are available for mock drill for Fire Fighting and Fire
12.8    Evacuation Plan and training is repeated many times a year to include all the employees
                                                 Section 13: Product Safety

        Supplier has Manual about product integrity and procedures about product safety
13.1

        Product safety and reliability test are being performed during new product development stage. Periodic monitoring after mass
13.2    production for all products is also being carried out.


        Certificate of Compliance (COC) is periodically submitted to customer according to the agreed Quality Plan. Relevant test
13.3    reports are supplied along with COC


         Supplier understands the Product Safety Requirements (PSR) related to their product catalog. Specific legal requirements and
13.4    regulations of the manufacturing and destination countries are included in the PSR


        Supplier either has its own product testing capability and / or arrangements with an accredited outside laboratory for Heavy
13.5    Metal Testing in accordance to the relevant standards. Such a lab posses documented testing procedure, lists of equipment and
        tests and can provide test certificate with clear traceability
        Change of material, process or sub-supplier requires product safety test(s) to be performed to validate the change. All changes
13.6    and test results after validation are informed to customer.


        The product safety requirements are considered and implemented in supplier's FMEA, control plan, PPAP procedure, risk
13.7    management and other related procedures as part of the preventive actions.


        Product safety issue if detected automatically triggers a well defined contingency plan to immediately withdraw and/ r safe
        contain out of control goods. The contingency plan is updated regularly and approved by the management team. The
13.8    contingency plan shall be communicated with relevant employees regularly.


        A written procedure of product recall and traceability is in place to distinguish the affected lots from all lots produced. Supplier
13.9    can demonstrate the traceability to the level of shipment, PO, outer box, inner box or individual product.


        Product safety awareness training provided to all the employees. Such training records are available and effectiveness is
13.10   verified periodically.


                                   Section 14: Supply Chain Security Verification

        Supplier understands the threat perception from global terrorism and is aware of local laws to comply for container security.
        Supplier demonstrates his commitment to meet the intent of global security guidelines as per CTPAT. Supplier has qualified
14.1    security agency with trained personnel in this regard and has a written security service contract in place. Management has
        appointed a security in charge to represent the managements responsibility in this aspect
        Procedures, Instructions are in place to meet the requirements of Personnel Security expectations. Procedures are reviewed
        periodically for any potential threat. The security organization structure is well defined for each aspect of security. E.g. Physical
14.2
        Security, Personnel Security, Container Security, Data Access Control, Vehicle Parking

        Company has CCTV(s) installed at least at Container Loading Point and Final Packaging Area, CCTV footage should be
14.3    recorded during working hours at least. Final Packaging Area has access control. Boundary walls surrounding the company has
        height more than 8 feet and are well illuminated and watched at all the times
        Container Integrity Verification Record as per written procedure is being created with pictures clearly showing the container
14.4    number for each shipment with clear traceability to the invoice no. and Security Seal Serial Number. Records are being
        maintained and audited, about container seal intactness verification done by local customs.
        A written contract in place between supplier and service provider for transport and shipping consolidation to define the role and
14.5    responsibilities to ensure compliance to CTPAT expectations. E.g. Change of route, Halts during transportation shall be reported
        if exceeds unreasonable time period from normal travel duration.
        A register Must be in place with Security Main gate for recording Name of Visitor, Purpose of Visit, Proof Of Identity (Business
        Card, Driving License, ID Number), Time In & Out during normal working hours. All visitors must be well identified and their
14.6    access to Loading Unloading Area, Final Packaging area shall not be permitted with out accompany of authorized people


        The Supplier has unannounced security audit and incident reporting mechanism. All security practice violation incidents are
        attended in order to avoid the recurrence in future. Further Security Assessments results are reviewed during Management
14.7    Review Meeting.




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                                                                            Assessment Summary

Supplier Name:                                                                                            Newell SA Date :

Supplier Classification :                         Guidelines for Purchasing Decision / Next Assessment
                                                  Level 1 - Favorable/ONCE per 2 Year Level 2 - Favorable/ONCE per Year Level 3 - Unfavorable/ Within 1/2 Yr to reach L-2 Level 4
                                                  - Unfavorable/Next Chance ONLY after 2 Yrs.

            Bonus Scoring Options
                                                                                                                                                                                 Total
                                                                                                          Self Assessment                Newell Assessment Total
   Certification      Status Valid up Bonus                           Elements                                                                                                 Available
                                                                                                            Total Points                          Points
                                to                                                                                                                                               Points

ISO9001-2000            NO                   0    1. Management Responsibility
/TS16949-2002                                                                                                      0                                       0                          0

SA8000 / WMES           NO                   0    2. Focus 5 Tools
Audit Or Equal                                                                                                     0                                       0                          0

OHSAS 18001-            NO                   0    3. Quality System
1999                                                                                                               0                                       0                          0

ISO14000                NO                   0    4. Purchasing
                                                                                                                   0                                       0                          0

QC080000                NO                   0    5. Inspection and Test
                                                                                                                   0                                       0                          0

   Focus Five         Target      Actual   Bonus 6. Control of Test Equipment
                                                                                                                   0                                       0                          0

DPPM (12month)        <2500                  0    7. Control of Nonconforming Product
                                                                                                                   0                                       0                          0

SERVICE LEVEL          >98%                  0    8. Corrective Action
(12Months)                                                                                                         0                                       0                          0

Lead Time(Days)         50                   0    9. Document Control
(Committed)                                                                                                        0                                       0                          0

DPO Performance         90                   0    10. Handling, Storage, Packaging & Delivery
                                                                                                                   0                                       0                          0

Productivity            5%                   0    11. Ethical Standard
(%age of Spend)                                                                                                    0                                       0                          0

                                                  12. Environment, Health And Safety
Total Bonus Benefit                          0                                                                     0                                       0                          0

                                                  13. Product Safety
 Communication          0                                                                                          0                                       0                          0

                                                  14. Supply Chain Security Verification
                                                                                                                   0                                       0                          0


                      Total Score= {(Total Points Gained + Bonus) / (Total Available Points)}       0      /   0                           0       /   0                              0

                                                                                    Approvals

                                                                             Supplier Self Approvals
     Management Representative -Supplier                          Approved on                           Sourcing Contact - Newell                              Self Approval Date



                                                                                 Newell Approvals
                    Auditor(s)                       Date         GBU             Function                                     Important Instructions
  Lead                                                                             Quality      1) The purpose of this assessment is to establish supplier's commitment to
                                                                                                consistently deploy best quality management practices, increased accountability
Member1                                                                                         towards society, Care for its employees, customer and nature.
                                                                                                 2) A more detailed assessment for ES, EHS and CTPAT may be required to be done
Member2                                                                                         if so desired by Newell's customers.
                                                                                                3) Result of this assessment does not necessarily confirms award of business
Member3                                                                                         opportunity to supplier.


                                                                           Final Assessment Result


                     Approved                                Conditionally Approved                            Not Approved                                     SA CANCELLED
                   (Score >75%)                               (60%≦Score≦75%)                                  (Score < 60%)                                   (Zero in Section 11)

                                       USE FORM IN NEXT WORKSHEET (Corrective Action needed for all Items                with a score of 0 or 1)




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                                                      SUPPLIER ASSESSMENT CORRECTIVE ACTION REPORT
                                                                                                                                              Number

Supplier Name                                                      Assessment Date (X)                                 Actual Date                Contact Details

Auditee (Management Rep.)                                          Required Submission Date   (X+10days)                                Auditor

Lead Auditor                                                       Required Closure Date(X+60days)                                      Auditee

Section                   Findings                              Action Proposed                Key Date    Status   Review-1 (7 Days)             Review-2 (20 Days)

1) Format Row Height to accommodate the text 2) Hide Blank rows before submitting to Newell




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Supplier Name                              Assessment Date (X)                                 Actual Date                Contact Details

Auditee (Management Rep.)                  Required Submission Date   (X+10days)                                Auditor

Lead Auditor                               Required Closure Date(X+60days)                                      Auditee

Section                 Findings         Action Proposed               Key Date    Status   Review-1 (7 Days)             Review-2 (20 Days)




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Supplier Name                              Assessment Date (X)                                 Actual Date                Contact Details

Auditee (Management Rep.)                  Required Submission Date   (X+10days)                                Auditor

Lead Auditor                               Required Closure Date(X+60days)                                      Auditee

Section                 Findings         Action Proposed               Key Date    Status   Review-1 (7 Days)             Review-2 (20 Days)




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Supplier Name                              Assessment Date (X)                                 Actual Date                Contact Details

Auditee (Management Rep.)                  Required Submission Date   (X+10days)                                Auditor

Lead Auditor                               Required Closure Date(X+60days)                                      Auditee

Section                 Findings         Action Proposed               Key Date    Status   Review-1 (7 Days)             Review-2 (20 Days)




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                             Appendix B
Supportive Information Submission Checklist




                                                                               Information




                                                                                                 Submission
                                                                                 Sharing
                                                                                 during
                                                                                  Audit
              List of Documents for Submission



a. Business License, signed & with company seal                               Mandatory      Mandatory

b. List of machine & equipments and List of Newell's Assets
                                                                              Mandatory      Mandatory
maintained by Supplier

c. List of Holidays                                                           Mandatory      Preferred

d. Financial Results of past 2 years                                          Mandatory      Optional

e. Installed Capacity Assessment                                              Preferred      Optional

f. Last 12 months DPPM Performance                                            Preferred      Optional

g. Last 12 months Service Level Performance                                   Preferred      Optional

h. Letter for Lead Time Commitment                                            Preferred      Optional

i. Letter for Payment Terms with Newell                                       Preferred      Optional

j. Latest CDA signed & with company seal                                      Mandatory      Mandatory

k. Newell’s Product Safety Letter signed & with company seal                  Mandatory      Mandatory

l. Latest list of Hazardous materials used in the plant.                      Mandatory      Mandatory

l. Copies of Valid Management Certifications

    1) QMS – ISO-9001-2000 OR ISO/TS 16949-2002 (TS-2) (Preferred to
    have soft version of QMS manual sent to us before audit )
                                                                              Preferred      Optional

    2) Social Accountability – SA8000 / Walmart's Ethical Assessment Report   Preferred      Optional

    3) Environment, Health and Safety ISO 14000                               Preferred      Optional

    4) Occupational Health & Safety OHSAS18001                                Preferred      Optional

    5) Hazardous Material Management QC080000                                 Preferred      Optional
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