Quality Policy

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AS 9100D(2016) certified

1.In addition to implementing quality assurance activities based on our 16.5 Oath principles, we are also using these principles to increase product competitiveness.
2.By continuously improving our Quality Management System, we ensure to constantly provide our customers with superior technologies.
3.With unwavering commitment to manufacturing, quality, and value, we continue to charge ahead of the industry.
4.By deploying “Product Safety” related activities, a mechanism is maintained that will provide our customers a peace of mind.

1. The 16.5 Oath is the result of efforts to improve our operations following our past quality incident, and serve as the foundation for the AP Division Quality Policy which the Quality Control is built upon and will be continuously maintained.

2. Building Quality Management into our system.
We have a quality assurance departmental manager who is given the authority and responsibility to appoint a manager in charge of quality-related matters and proactively seek out opportunities to discuss quality matters with managers from other departments as a means of continuously improving our quality assurance system. Each Department Manager will also clarify customer requirements and ensure they are met, implemented and carried out in order to provide highly reliable products.

3. Unwavering commitment:
Employees pledge to high quality awareness and “Zero Defects” and activities to continuously possess this commitment is also deployed.
Employees will create a state in which every employees are capable to handle the latest technology for extremely difficult precision processing and the capability to utilize them to the fullest extent.

4. Product Safety (Pursuit of Quality First)
The Quality Assurance Manager shall clarify product safety related subjects and provide training to raise awareness of each team.
To achieve AP Division’s quality goals, group leaders and its members understand and implement the Division’s quality principles including adherence to rules, accurate documentation, and notification when unable to perform.