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Transcript: ORDER PROCESS FLOW CHART ORDER CONFIRMATION Order Confirmation INQUIRY INQUIRY Customer put in Inquiry with required item or project detail which goes direct to our sales team. QUOTATION QUOTATION Sales team work on the inquiry with merchandising team and comes back with best possible solution with a great balance between price and quality. PI CONFIRMATION PI CONFIRMATION Once quotation confirmed we generate PI for customer. Customer can confirm the PI by signing on it with stamp and send it back to us. DEPOSIT DEPOSIT Once PI has confirmed customer can pay the deposit to proceed further. OPERATION Operation MATERIAL PROCUREMENT QC PASS MATERIAL PROCUREMENT After deposit raw material is to be procured. PRODUCTION Drilling Cutting Pasting Packing Edge Bending Cleaning PRODUCTION QC INSPECTION QC Inspection to be performed at several stages of the production to keep it on the track and maintain the quality. QC INSPECTION QC PASS Once QC team passes the order a report goes to QC head to approve. It also goes to sales to check once it declare as QC passed. SHIPMENT SHIPMENT VESSEL BOOKING VESSEL BOOKING Once QC passed we proceed to contact forwarder to book container space in vessel as per customer. LOADING LOADING Once container booking confirmed loading completed by loading team. DOCUMENTATION DOCUMENTATION Once loading finishes we proceed with documentation for customer clearance and container on boarding. BALANCE PAYMENT BALANCE PAYMENT Balance payment to be paid by customer before shipment release to customer. SUPPORT SUPPORT DOCUMENT RELEASE DOCUMENT RELEASE Once full payment received, shipping documents to be released to customer FEEDBACK FEEDBACK Feedback from customer on our service and product so we can keep improving to provide our best for customer satisfaction. WARRANTY WARRANTY Warranty support in case of any defect on product as per agreement. RE-ORDER RE-ORDER After customer's satisfaction we proceed with re-order as per customer's requirement.

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Transcript: commissioner's directive 566-10 Urinalysis Procedure Shanel Dennis October 24, 2019 Demands for urinalysis will be authorized by a trained Correctional Manager/Parole Officer Supervisor, except a demand under paragraph 54(a) of the CCRA which requires authorization by the Institutional Head. When the demand for urinalysis is related to monitoring abstinence conditions, the Correctional Manager/Parole Officer Supervisor will ensure the demand targets only those substances identified in the condition(s). procedures Reasonable Grounds to Believe (Paragraph 54(a) of the CCRA) INSTITUTION A staff member may demand an inmate submit to urinalysis when he/she believes on reasonable grounds that the inmate has committed or is committing a disciplinary offence and that a urine sample is necessary to provide evidence of the offence, and the staff member obtains the prior authorization of the Institutional Head. RANDOM SELECTION 1. National Urinalysis Program Manager forwards random selection list to each Institutional Urinalysis Program Coordinator. 2. If offender is scheduled for transfer or release during the time period covered by the random list, a request for a urine sample may be made prior to reaching the inmate’s name on the list. 3. If inmate cannot provide sample, their name may be skipped until they are able. Program or Activity Involving Community Contact When an inmate requests to participate in a program a urinalysis is required when: a) has a record of substance abuse b) has been convicted of a disciplinary offence under of the CCRA within two years of the request. An authorized person has reasonable grounds to suspect that an offender has breached an abstinence condition for the use of alcohol or drugs of his/her conditional release or long-term supervision order, the authorized person may demand that the offender submit to urinalysis. Reasonable Grounds to Suspect (Paragraph 55(a) of the CCRA) COMMUNITY Regular Intervals When the Parole Officer, in connsultation with the Parole Officer Supervisor/Urinalysis Program Coordinator, considers to establish a urinalysis test with offenders who have a no alcohol or drugs condition, the following factors must be considered: a) the offender's record of substance abuse b) offences committed by the offender that were linked to substance abuse and for which the offender has been found guilty c) the ability of the offender to rehabilitate d) the program and treatment needs of the offender Possibly sections that staff members involved within the urinalysis procedure have be cautious of infringing on specific sections being to section 1, 7, 8, and 15 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms which guarantees the rights and freedoms of the offender, their legal rights and their right to equality. charter infringments Section 1: The drug testing would have to be connected to the objective, and impair constitutional rights as little as possible, while the importance of the objective would have to outweigh the infringement of these rights. Section 7: The taking of bodily substances is a violation of one’s right to liberty and security of the person under section 7 of the Charter. When this is done without authority or consent, an accused is forced to give self-incriminating evidence whose admission would bring the administration of justice into disrepute. Section 1 & 7 Section 8: requires an objective precondition to mandatory drug testing, such as reasonable and probable grounds to suspect an employee of breaching a condition against the use of alcohol or drugs. The taking of bodily substances has been held to constitute a seizure within the meaning of that section (R. v. Dyment (1988), 2 S.C.R. 417) Section 15: provides that every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination. The basis for an allegation in regards to a urinalysis could be the "mental or physical disability" aspect of the section. Section 8 & 15

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Transcript: Process Flow Chart Submitted by: Celina Hutchison Policies and Procedures in Justice (JUS4453 D-01) Lethbridge College Submitted to: Trent Kane Date May 18, 2020 Institutional urinalysis The Director of Security will appoint a National Urinalysis Program Manager to manage the program The Manager will ensure that there are qualified Urinalysis Program Coordinators The manager will ensure that the urine collectors are qualified and supported Institution Institutional procedure Procedure Demands for urinalysis will be authorized by a trained Correctional Manager/Parole Officer Supervisor, except a demand under paragraph 54(a) of the CCRA which requires authorization by the Institutional Head. Pursuant to subsection 61(1) of the CCRR, the Urinalysis Coordinator can conduct urinalysis on behalf of the Institutional Head when; They have reasonable Grounds to Believe (Paragraph 54(a) of the CCRA) that an inmate has committed or is committing a disciplinary offence under paragraph 40(k) of the CCRA and that a urine sample is necessary to provide evidence of the offence. Pursuant to subsection 61(1) of the CCRR. Is there grounds to believe that the inmate has committed or is committing a disciplinary offence? PROCEDURES Inmate will be provided up to two hours to submit any objection concerning the sample requirement, from the time of completion of Notification to Provide a Urine Sample – Institution (CSC/SCC 1064). Yes No Do not proceed with urinalysis Collection of Samples – Institution When a demand for urinalysis is made under section 54 or 55 of the CCRA, the offender will be informed of the consequences of non-compliance. Is the inmate compliant? Collection Compliant inmate procedure by collector The collector must ensure that: The inmate and the collector of the sample the same sex. A Notification to Provide a Urine Sample – Institution (CSC/SCC 1064) has been is provided and filled out including the reason for the test and the time and date of notification. The identity of the offender must be verified prior to demanding each sample. The Collector will present the Urinalysis Testing Chain of Custody (CSC/SCC 1065) to the offender and obtain the offender’s signature prior to each sample being taken. Have these steps been taken? yes Yes Collecting the specimen Offenders are given a maximum of two hours to provide a sample during that time the offender may drink fluids. Offenders are allowed is 250 ml per hour or a maximum of 300 ml over the two hours. The time commences from the point of notification. The collection area must be searched by the collector prior to the offender’s arrival. The collector will escort the offender to the collection area and have them remove any bulky clothing, such as a coat or loose fitting outer garments. The collector will then conduct a routine nonintrusive search or a routine frisk search of the offender in order to reduce the possibility of an attempt to alter or falsify the urine sample. Collection of the urine samples are completed under direct observation of the collector. Mirrors may be used to facilitate the continuous observation process. With limited access to the collection area while the urine collection is in progress. Collection and storage of urine samples will be conducted according to laboratory procedures. Has the sample been provided according to CCRA and laboratory procedures? . Testing of Samples Yes Is the appropriate portion of the completed copy of the form Urinalysis testing Chain of Custody (CSC/SCC 1065) enclosed in a sealed, waterproof bag and inserted into the shipping container? Is each sample bottle sealed, signed and dated by the collector and the offender or the Urinalysis Program Coordinator across a tamper-resistant tape affixed on the top of the shipping container. (The tape must overlap the top and go down on both sides of the container) Have only the collector and the offender had contact with the sample container prior to it being secured? Has each step been completed properly? Prepare documentation to send specimen No Results The sample bottle must be transported to the laboratory by a designated governmental or private courier service. The container should be received by the laboratory within eight days. All specimens not received within the eight days are considered cancelled. After testing, the urinalysis results will be transmitted by the laboratory to the specific responsibility centre, in accordance with the contractual requirements. Are the results positive for substances? Yes Positive results the inmate will be subjected to further to administrative consequences, and will also be subject to the disciplinary process. Yes Negative test results as well as any technical reasons the sample could not be used will be communicated to the Parole Officer as soon as possible and recorded in OMS within 15 days. No Sample will be considered invalid No Do not proceed No Further to administrative consequences, the inmate will be subject to the

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