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AOT Quality policy

Policy

The (HSF) quality policy is based on the principle that it is suitable for the operation of the AOT organization, and meets the requirements of the (HSF) quality management system and the commitment to continuous improvement of effectiveness. The (HSF) quality policy serves as a framework for setting and reviewing (HSF) quality objectives. It will also allow the internal communication and understanding of the organization to regularly review its continuing suitability. For the control of hazardous substances, it must comply with relevant (HSF) regulations and customer requirements, achieve HSF products and continue to improve.

Objectives

All departments of the company (HSF)quality policy and strategic direction, in the launching of a (HSF)Quality Management system set processes and (HSF)quality performance index related to target; and through regular management review meetings to review the achievement of quality objectives condition (including HSF).For the control of hazardous substances, must comply with relevant regulations and customer requirements, to meet HSF Products.

We are committed to implement and continue to improve the IATF16949:2016 and (HSF) Quality Management system.

We are determined to maintain and commitment to (HSF) quality policy and to meet the requirements to achieve continuous improvement and (HSF) Quality Management systems.

Conflict MineralsManagement

AOT promises not to use Conflict Minerals, and make efforts to examine its supply chain with diligence to assure the metals sources of, including but not limited to, tin (Sn), tantalum (Ta), tungsten (W), and gold (Au), (hereinafter referred as “Conflict Minerals”) are not drifted from the mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and its neighboring countries (hereinafter referred as “Conflict Regions”) controlled by armed groups.

  • 01

    AOT do not purchase and use Conflict Minerals sourced from Conflict Regions.

  • 02

    Requesting suppliers do not purchase and use Conflict Minerals sourced from Conflict Regions, and issue a letter of commitment.

  • 03

    Requesting to notify their upstream suppliers of such requirements