Reporting and Quarantining are very important steps in the fight against counterfeit electronic components. The parts that are identified cannot be returned to the supply chain. The information about the counterfeit parts should be shared with the industry to allow all organizations to make educated decisions during risk assessment. This class will discuss the requirements of reporting and best practices for both internal and external reporting.
- Quarantine process for suspect/counterfeit electronic parts
- Contractual Requirements
- Other international websites
- Law enforcement
- Understand the importance of the quarantine of suspect/counterfeit parts.
- Identify the steps that will be taken after a part is determined to be suspect/counterfeit.
- Enable organizations to discuss options and take actions regarding the disposition of suspect/counterfeit electronic parts.
- Understand the various reporting agencies and their roles in the supply chain.
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), Contract Electronics Manufacturers, Independent Distributors, Authorized Distributors, Government Agencies, Repair Facilities
Program Management, Engineering, Purchasing, Sales, Quality
Class Length: 1 hour
Class Tuition: $225.00
(ERAI Member Price: $180.00)
List of Prerequisites and Recommended Pre-Course Learning
Summary table of counterfeit