Company Quality Policy
M eet all statutory, regulatory, and customer requirements,
F irst time, every time.
G rowth through continuous improvement.
Supporting manufacturing is our in house 1000 sq.ft. state of the art, climate controlled inspection lab that operates under the strictest ISO 9001:2008 / AS9100 D aerospace standards.
Our quality control lab includes:
FARO Precision 6' Coordinate Measurement Arm
Optical Comparator 20 in. diameter
Precision Grade A granite surface plates
Diatest bore gages to .00005 accuracy
External digital measurement to 30 inch – .00005 accuracy
Micrometers to 20 inches
Mitutoyo Surface finish analyzer Ra, Rsk
Lab grade pin and gage block sets
Rockwell Hardness tester
Computerized Calibration System
Extensive inventory of Internal and external Thread Gages
Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
As an AS9100 registered company Johnson Manufacturing is required to ensure that persons doing work under Johnson Manufacturing’s control are aware of the importance of ethical behavior. [7.3h] In addition the AS9100 standard under the clause 8.4.3 Information for External Providers, requires Jonson Manufacturing to ensure that external providers are aware of the importance of ethical behavior. This form contains the information required to communicate to both Johnson Manufacturing employees and External Providers, and their employees, the importance of ethical behaviors.
“It is the mission of Johnson Manufacturing to fulfil our customer’s requirements by manufacturing products that meet or exceed, our customers specifications, all statutory and regulatory requirements, and to provide a workplace environment that is conducive to employee health and wellbeing”.
In support of achieving this mission, every individual employed at Johnson Manufacturing will be responsible and accountable for the quality of their own work. As required; all processes and procedures will have documented information and records pertaining to the responsibilities and process steps required to fulfil stated job duties. Training and promoting the utilization of the quality management system is considered highest priority in Johnson Manufacturing’s intentions to fulfill its mission statement.
Johnson Manufacturing’s goal is to be a relied upon partner in its customers supply chain. Quality and reliability begins in the quoting process and continues throughout the product’s life cycle.
Quality is defined clearly, in measurable term, starting at the top management, and is flowed down to all employees. Quality objectives are established and reviewed for continuous improvements and appropriate training is provided to ensure success.
External providers are a key factor in meeting customer requirements. Clear expectations are set for each provider. These expectations are measured and used in the determination of which external supplier has the ability to meet applicable requirements.
Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
1. The work environment
Johnson Manufacturing employees and its approved external providers employees should act with integrity, comply with laws, maintain a professional work environment and comply with company policies. They should treat customers, colleagues, and partners ethically at all times.
2. Conflicts of interest
Johnson Manufacturing and its approved external providers reputation depends on the actions and integrity of its employees. It is essential that they avoid relationships and activities that hurt, or appears to hurt, their ability to make objective and fair decisions. Examples of conflicts of interest can include but are not limited to:
Employee political interest
Significant financial interest in other companies
Corporate asset contributions
3. Protecting company assets
Johnson Manufacturing employees and its approved external providers employees should always act to protect company assets, including physical, intellectual, and electronic or digital properties. Examples of protecting company assets can include but are not limited to:
· Protecting communication and information technology systems
· Facility security
· Preparing, maintaining, and disclosing accurate records
4. Anti-bribery and corruption
Johnson Manufacturing employees and its approved external providers employees should consider integrity as essential for maintaining trustworthiness and reputation. Employees should always do their work fairly, honestly, and legally. Examples of anti-bribery and corruption can include but are not limited to:
· Receiving gifts and entertainment
· Loans, bribes, and kickbacks
· Relationships with former employees
· Interaction with competitors
5. Attendance and punctuality.
Johnson Manufacturing employees and its approved external providers employees are expected to be regular and punctual in attendance. This means being in the office/shop, ready to work, at starting time each day. Absenteeism and tardiness burdens other employees and the company. Employees who are unable to work due to illness or an accident must notify their supervisor. This allows the company to arrange for coverage of their duties, and helps others continue to work in their absence. If an employee does report for work and the company is not notified of an employee's status for 3 days, it is typically considered a job abandonment.
6. General harassment and sexual harassment
Johnson Manufacturing employees and its approved external providers employees are committed to providing a work environment free of discrimination and unlawful harassment. Actions, words, jokes, or comments based on an individual’s sex, race, ethnicity, age, religion, or any other legally protected characteristic are not tolerated.
7. Substance abuse & Tobacco products
The manufacture, distribution, possession, sale, or purchase of controlled substances of abuse on company property is prohibited. Being under the influence of illegal drugs, alcohol, or substances of abuse on company property is prohibited. Working while under the influence of prescription drugs that impair performance is prohibited. The use of tobacco products on company property, outside of permitted areas, is specifically prohibited.
Johnson Manufacturing and its approved external providers exercise discretionary actions of discipline when non-compliance to this Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct is reported.
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