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  • Newport News Industrial

    Quality Appendix AP-QA-100 NQA-1

    (QAM-100)

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    1. QUALITY SCOPE ………………………………………………………………. 2 1.3 NNI Audits/Audit surveillance………………………………………….. 2 2. RESPONSIBILITIES ……………………………………………………………. 3 2.1 NNI……………………………………………………………………….. 3 2.2 SELLER…………………………………………………………………… 4 3. SPECIFICATION EFFECTIVITY …………………………………….....…….. 3 4. ORDER OF PRECEDENCE …………………………………………………… 4 5. COMMUNICATION……………………………………………………………… 5 5.2. General Communication………………………………………………… 5 5.3 Expression of Measurements…………………………………………… 5 6. DEFINITIONS……………………………………………………………………. 6 7. VENDOR INFORMATION REQUEST…...................................................... 6 8. QUALITY PROGRAM/SYSTEM……………………………………………… 7 8.1 General Quality Requirements………………………………………… 7 8.2 Quality System (SELLER AUDITS)……………………………………. 8 8.3 Quality System Flow Down (Sub-Contracting)……………………….. 9 8.4 Quality Assurance Records Management…………………………...... 10 9. NONCONFORMANCES………………………………………………………. 12 9.1 10CFR Part 21 Applicability and Reporting…………………….……. 12 9.2 10CRR50.55 (e) Applicability and Reporting…………………………. 12 9.3 Material Disposition…………………………………………………….... 13 9.4 Notice of Stop Work…………………………………………………….. 14 10. CORRECTIVE ACTION PROGRAM………………………………………….. 15 10.2 Identification and Review for Significance…………………………….. 15 10.3 Analyzing for Adverse Trends………………………………………….. 15 10.4 NNI Interface……………………………………………………………… 15 11. RESPONSIBILITIES FOR COUNTERFEIT OR FRAUDULENT ITEMS…... 16

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    1. QUALITY SCOPE

    1.1. This Appendix provides Quality Assurance requirements in addition to the basic quality requirements cited elsewhere in the purchase order. In all cases, the purchase order is the controlling document and takes precedence over all other documents, either written, implied or specified. It is the responsibility of the SELLER to transmit those portions of the purchase order that are applicable, including the substance of this specification to any and all sub-tier supplier's via a purchase order or some other contractual means.

    1.2. SELLER's performing work or services in accordance with this specification shall establish and maintain a Quality System, which will assure the quality and adequacy of the item or service provided. A quality system refers to the activities carried out within an organization to satisfy the quality expectations of its customers. To ensure that a quality system is in place, NNI and its customer may insist that the organization demonstrate that the quality system conforms with the following:

    1.2.1. 10CFR 50 Appendix B (QUALITY ASSURANCE CRITERIA FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS AND FUEL REPROCESSING PLANTS)

    1.2.2. 10CFR 50.55 (e) (CONDITIONS OF CONSTRUCTION PERMITS, EARLY SITE PERMITS, COMBINED LICENSES, AND MANUFACTURING LICENSES)

    1.2.3. 10CFR Part 21 (REPORTING OF DEFECTS AND NONCOMPLIANCE)

    1.2.4. NRC Regulatory Guide 1.28, Quality Assurance Program Requirements (Design and Construction)

    1.2.5. ASME NQA-1 1994 Edition, 1995 Addenda, Supplement and Non- Mandatory Appendices (Nuclear Quality Assurance-1)

    1.2.6. ASME NQA-1 2008 with 2009 Addenda, Supplement and Non-Mandatory Appendices (Nuclear Quality Assurance-1)

    1.3. NNI AUDITS/AUDIT SURVEILLANCE

    1.3.1. NNI and NNI’s Customer reserve the right to audit processes and systems and to verify the conformance of the item(s) and services to the purchase order at any location including sub-tier suppliers at any stage of development or manufacture at least annually and triennial for NNI approved supplier list renewal.

    1.3.2. NNI may perform annual audits of SELLER and SELLER’s Sub-Suppliers.

    1.3.3. The Owner, their agent, or NNI’s customer or one of its affiliated organizations, or third parties, may perform additional audits of SELLER and SELLER’s Sub-Suppliers.

    1.3.4. The United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Department of Energy (DOE), etc., to the extent applicable under 10 CFR 50, may perform additional audits and inspections of SELLER and SELLER’s Sub-Suppliers.

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    2. RESPONSIBILITIES

    2.1. NNI

    2.1.1. Certify the SELLER is executing the quality system required by this purchase order.

    2.1.2. Notify the SELLER when material or objective quality evidence is found to be non-conforming with the requirements of this purchase order.

    2.1.3. Coordinate with the SELLER to resolve non-conforming material and software.

    2.1.4. Providing onsite inspection and oversight of the SELLER’s Quality Assurance Program and Fabrication and Manufacture of Shield Building Products.

    2.2. SELLER

    2.2.1. The SELLER shall be responsible for mandatory compliance and provisions of Part 21 of Chapter 1 to Title 10 of the United States of America Code of Federal Regulations Code (CFR) (10CFR21).

    2.2.2. The SELLER shall be responsible for mandatory compliance and provisions of United States of America (CFR) l0CFR50 Appendix B.

    2.2.3. The SELLER shall be responsible for mandatory compliance and provisions of United States of America (CFR) l0CFR50.55 (e).

    2.2.4. The SELLER shall be responsible for notifying NNI when material or Objective Quality Evidence (OQE) is found to be non-conforming with the requirements of this purchase order.

    2.2.4.1. The SELLER shall coordinate with NNI to resolve non- conforming material and OQE.

    2.2.5. The SELLER shall be responsible for providing (i.e. manufacture, fabricate, service, distribute, etc.) products which conform to NNI’s drawings, specifications, and purchase order requirements with no deviations unless previously approved by NNI.

    2.2.6. The SELLER shall ensure products that products complete are and that all applicable destructive and Non-Destructive Examinations (NDE) are accomplished prior to shipment, such that products are ready for installation.

    2.2.7. The SELLER shall be responsible for shipping and to provide adequate protection against shipping damage.

    2.2.8. The SELLER Personnel

    2.2.8.1. The SELLER shall assign qualified personnel to manage various functional details including as a minimum: management representative, purchasing, fabrication process, quality assurance and quality control.

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    2.2.8.2. The SELLER shall be responsible for assuring adequate training, qualification, and certification to contractual and Code requirements for all personnel performing work which may impact the performance of products and components including but not exclusive to; Quality, Non-Destructive Examination (NDE), Welding, Fabrication, Lifting Handling, Engineering, etc.

    2.2.9. Resources and Facilities

    2.2.9.1. The SELLER shall provide the resources and facilities needed to achieve conformity NNI’s contract specifications. Resources shall include, but are not limited to, qualified and experienced personnel, buildings, workspace and associated utilities, fixtures, and process equipment (both hardware and OQE) etc.

    3. SPECIFICATION EFFECTIVITY

    3.1. NNI does not, in all cases, procure to the latest revision of the specification or approved drawing. The required revision is that revision specified in the purchase order. If the Supplier intends to deviate from the invoked revision, permission must be obtained from the Purchaser on a VIR.

    3.2. When sub-tier specifications are invoked in the primary document (i.e., the drawing or specification listed in the purchase order references sub-tier specifications and the revision are not indicated) the revision in effect is the latest revision prior to the “Effective Date” indicated on the purchase order. Request to use earlier or later revisions of sub-tier specifications shall be submitted on a VIR to NNI for approval.

    4. ORDER OF PRECEDENCE

    4.1. In the event of any inconsistency in NNI ordering data, purchase order, or contract, the inconsistency shall be resolved giving precedence in the following order:

    4.1.1. The Purchase Order (PO).

    4.1.2. United States Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)

    4.1.3. Duly authorized and approved Vendor Information Request (VIR) or PO supplement.

    4.1.4. The Component Specification.

    4.1.5. Primary Reference Specifications.

    4.1.6. The Fabrication Dr