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Concept of Project quality plan and Quality inspection plans and their effective implementation at project sites

Concept of Project quality plan and Quality inspection plans and their effective implementation at project sites

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  • 1. Project QA&QC Documentation –Effective Implementation at sitesGrowing a diversifiedglobal business
  • 2. Project Quality Plan (PQP)ContentsQIPs - Effective ImplementationQuality Inspection Plans (QIPs)Learning ObjectivesPQP – Effective Implementation at sites
  • 3. Learning Objectives What is Project Quality Plan – PQP? Structure of PQP Why do we need PQP – DIMS & ISO 9001? Improving implementation of PQP at sites What is Quality Inspection Plan (QIP)? Structure of QIP Requirement of QIPs – DIMS & ISO 9001 Improving implementation of QIPs at projects
  • 4. Project Quality Plan (PQP) A written plan that details how you will manage quality on a specific project A document which describes the processes, activities and resources that will beput into place to ensure that quality deliverables are producedDefinition of PQP in ISO 9000 :2005 A document that describe how the quality management system is applied to aspecific product, project or contract; such documents are referred to as qualityplans – ISO9000:2005 ,Clause 2.7.2 (Types of documents used in QMS )What is a PQP ?
  • 5.  A written plan How you will manage quality? Which describes: Processes, Activities, and ResourcesKey words?Project Quality Plan (PQP)
  • 6. Descon Standard PQPProject Quality Plan (PQP)
  • 7. Table TypeTypes of PQP
  • 8. Flow Chart TypeTypes of PQP
  • 9. Form TypeTypes of PQP
  • 10. Text TypeTypes of PQP
  • 11. Structure of PQP1. Scope: Examples• Statement of purpose• Aspects of project etc. etc. Scope should be clearly stated2. Quality Objectives: PQP should state project quality objectives Should be established in relation to quality characteristics of project Should be SMART3. Management Responsibilities: Identify individuals on project who are responsible for ensuring that theactivities required for project are planned, implemented & being monitored.
  • 12. Structure of PQP4. Control of Documents: Should state how the documents required for the project will be identified Document distribution5. Resource Management: Identification of resources needed for the successful execution of project This includes material, machinery and manpower Infrastructure & work environment6. Communication: Communication with customer Means to be used for customer communication Records to be kept of customer communication7. Design and development: To be included if design is in project scope
  • 13. Structure of PQPOther activities may include:8. Purchasing9. Control of design change10. Identification & traceability11. Control of non conforming products12. Monitoring and measurement13. Audits
  • 14. Why do we need PQP? To show how the organization’s QMS applies to the project To meet customer requirements To demonstrate internally / externally, how quality requirement will be metRequirement of Descon Quality Management System Planning of Product Realization starts with the preparation of project Qualityand HSE plans for each new project In planning product realization the Organization determines:•Preparation of PQP (Project Quality Plan) and HSE Plan– DIMS Manual ,Clause 7.1, Planning of product realization
  • 15. Effective implementation of PQP1. Identification of required inputs and development of PQP as per projectrequirements2. Distribution of quality plan3. Internal / External monitoring for the conformity with the quality plan Reviews Audits4. Training5. Revision of Project Quality Plan6. Feedback and Improvement
  • 16. Benefits of implementation of PQP1. High level of compliance2. Increased confidence that requirements will be met3. Greater assurance that processes are in control4. Insight into opportunity of improvement
  • 17. PQP – Some facts1. PQP can be prepared whether or not organization has conformity withISO 9001 standard2. PQP primarily focused on “product realization” and not to“organizational quality management system”3. PQP can referred to appropriate documented procedures or otherdocuments4. A client may specify requirements for the quality plan
  • 18. For Sample PQPSample PQP
  • 19. Quality Inspection Plan (QIP)What is a QIP ? Quality Inspection Plans (QIP) is the minimum requirement of the activities forquality control and inspection of the field construction work. This inspection andtesting plan outline the extent of witness inspection and its reporting.OR A document detailing a systematic approach for testing. This documenttypically contains a detailed understanding of what the inspection workflowwill be.OR An Inspection and Test Plan identifies the work to be inspected or tested, atwhat stage it will be tested, as well as Hold and Witness Points, references torelevant standards, acceptance criteria and the records to be maintained.
  • 20.  A document Minimum requirement Inspection workflow Parties involved Witness & hold points Acceptance criteria RecordsKey words?Quality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 21. Descon Standard QIPQuality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 22. Quality Inspection Plans (QIP) lists down the following in a single documentand identifies: Inspection and Test Activity. Inspection and Test Frequency. Acceptance Criteria. Verifying Documents. Inspection Codes. Inspection Parties Involved.Scope of QIP:Quality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 23. In DESCON, usually QIPs are classified as follows : For Civil works. For Mechanical works. For E & I works.Classification of QIPs :• These QIPs are further prepared discipline wise as subclasses ( e.g. QIPs forcivil can be subdivided separately for Piling works, Earth works etc).Quality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 24. QIPs require following inspection codes : H= ‘hold point’;defines a point beyond which work may not proceed without theauthorization of a designated QC personnel or authority.• Layout after excavation• Formwork• Pressure testing in piping works W=‘witness point’is a point in a construction activity where inspection must take place.On a case by case basis, the inspection witnessing may be waived.In this case, inspection may proceed without attendance. However,inspection data must be recorded and submitted for review and approval.Inspection CodesQuality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 25.  R=‘review point’ is a point in a construction activity where any document issubmitted for review or comment S= ‘surveillance point’; Intermittent monitoring of any stage of the work inprogress (whether internal or customer).Inspection CodesQuality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 26. Inspections as per QIPS are carried out as follows : QC personnel shall perform quality control checks, tests andinspections in accordance with the inspection interventionrequirements documented in Contractor’s company approved ITPto verify the product meets stated ( and implied) needs. Such checks, tests and inspections shall be undertaken & theproduct verified as a acceptable prior to requesting attendance ofContractor via issuance of an Request For Inspection (RFI).Inspection as per QIPQuality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 27. Why do we need QIP?ISO 9001 requirement In planning product realization, the organization shall determine the following:•Required verification, validation, monitoring, measurement, inspectionand test activities specific to the product and the criteria for productacceptance;•Records needed to provide evidence that the realization processes andresulting product meet requirements– ISO 9001:2008,Clause 7.1 (c & d), Planning of product realizationDesconQuality Management System requirement In planning product realization, the Organization determines:•The required verification, validation, monitoring, inspection and testactivities specific to product/project and the criteria for acceptance.– DIMS Manual ,Clause 7.1, Planning of product realization
  • 28.  As 100% inception and testing in most cases is neither practical nor possible, it is necessary to adopt a testing frequency. Inspections are often doneafter a number of activities mostly on critical ones. Therefore QIPs are used in determining the type and extent ofinspections and documenting the test results for these critical activitiesaccordingly. These approved QIPs are also easier to determine as they are usuallyspecified and identify particular stages requiring inspections andtesting.Need of QIPQuality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 29. Major causes for ineffective implementation of QIPs at site : Latest Revision of Approved Documents : Usually at projectsites, the major issue is the non availability of latest approveddrawings/ drawings. For effective implementation of QIPs, latestapproved drawings should be available with all latest revisions. IMTEs :Use of only calibrated IMTEs must be ensuredEffective Implementation of QIPQuality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 30. Major causes for ineffective implementation of QIPs at site : Materials Approvals: Lab reports for materials inspections withproperTPI (if required or mentioned in QIP) should be available. Internal Inspection Points Clearance : QC personnel usuallymake sure the all the activities incorporating “H” are cleared asper set standard procedure, whereas for effective implementationof QIP, standard procedure must be followed for inspection codeslike “W” or “S”.Effective Implementation of QIPQuality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 31. Major causes for ineffective implementation of QIPs at site : NCR : For effective implementation of quality /QIP, if any nonconformance is observed at any stage during the inspection, NCRmust be raised and reported immediately.Effective Implementation of QIPQuality Inspection Plan (QIP)
  • 32. QIPsMajor causes for ineffective implementation of QIPs at site : Proper Plan/ Checklist for Inspection and Testing: Note downthe key aspects of checklist as follows for effective use of QIP forinspection: Check whether the QIP is covering all the relevantactivities of the discipline Are the verification documents are properly referred Are all related the formats/ records legible, readilyidentifiableEffective Implementation of QIP
  • 33. QIPsMajor causes for ineffective implementation of QIPs at site : Proper Plan/ Checklist for Inspection andTesting: (Cont….) Is the Inspection code identified for each activity? Are these QIPs updated to reflect the changes, if any, to theclients’ needs? Do this QIP defines the complete acceptance criterion forinspection and testing.Effective Implementation of QIP
  • 34. QIPSample QIPFor Sample QIP
  • 35. Question & Answers

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