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Redco International wu, QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 ualitv Assurance Plan

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Precast Work for 6 No .. Houses - Type "B"

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Redco International wu. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 Table of Content

Section Content Page No.
1 General 5
1.1 Introduction 5 I
1.2 Project Scope & Work 5
1.3 Quality Policy 6
1.4 Purpose 6
1.5 Definitions 7
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I I Overall Project Management System

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I Project Organization & Resoonslbifities i

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I Project Communication I

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3 Document & Data Control I 10
3.1 General 10
3.2 Document & Data Control 10
4 Engineering Management 12
4.1 Control of Design Changes 12
4.2 Request for Information 12
4.3 Control of Technical Submittals 12
4.4 As Built Drawings 13
5 Purchasing & Materials Management 14
5.1 Purchasing Process 14
5.2 Verification of Purchased Product 14 Quality Assurance Plan.

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5.3 Storage & Inventory Control 15
6 Control of Construction Activities 17
6.1 General
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6.2 Variations & Claims Management 17
6.3 Project Closeout 18
7 Quality Control 19
7.1 Inspection & Testing 19
7.2 Sample & Mockup 19
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7.3 Control of Monitoring & Measuring Devices 19
7.4 Control of Non Conforming Product 20
7.5 Independent Test Lab 21
8 Quality Performance Measurement 22
8.1 Internal Audit 22
8.2 Analysis of Data 22
8.3 Corrective Action I 22 I
8.4 Preventive Action 23 APPENDIXES
APP 1 Organization Chart & Responsibilities 24
APP2 Project Quality Procedures 33
APP 3 Inspection & Test Plan 77
APP4 Forms/Records 87 Quality Assurance Plan.

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Section "1 - General

1.1 Introduction

The Project Quality Assurance Plan defines the activities to be performed in providing independent visibility into the quality of processes being uSed and products built for the precast work for 6 No. type B houses for Barwa City

Phase 1 Project. .

PQAP's primary functions to be performed include:

III Providing objective evaluation of processes and products against applicable standards and requirements.

• Identifying Non-conformances

110 Providing timely quality status feedback to management and affected personnel

110 Ensuring Non-compliance issues are addressed.

1.2 Project Scope of Work.

It is the overall intention of REDCO INTERNATIONAL to ensure that the total contract scope as defined by relevant contract documents is completed on time to the standards specified within the contract documents. This is achieved without compromising the requirements of Safety and environment either to personnel or materials.

The majority of the Construction work will be carried out by Redco directly to ensure that full control is maintained over construction progress and quality. In order to ensure that the product meets the clients requirements an independent testing laboratorv shall perform al/ the required testing on materials.

The scope of this Proiect consists of the production, supply and erection of core and shell of the villas (solid, sandwich panels), HGS for the project. The design of the elements is provided by the main-contractor.

To ensure the conformity with the contract requirements and in compliance with QGS 2002, Redco International has developed the project quality plan and the related project quality procedures".

These procedures describes the methods applied to ensure that the final products satisfy the acceptance criteria set in the proiect specifications, Qatar Construction Specifications roGS) 2002 and related applicable international standards.

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R._edco International WE. I QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN \ Date: 10/06/2009 The conformity of the product is verified during the product realization processes and is defined in the Inspection & Test plans for each product. The product acceptance criteria which includes the material inspection and testing at different stages of production, the calibration of the measuring and testing equipments, compliance with dimensional tolerance, and selection proportioning and delivery of concrete confirms with the proiect specifications, QCS and applicable intemationai standards.

1.3 Quality Policy & Objectives

Qualitv Policv:

• To establish, implement, maintain an efficient and effective quality system that meets the requirements of Contract Documents and Redco International Quality management System Requirements to assure quality during each stage of the procurement and construction.

• To implement, by all project personnel, and by sub-contractors and suppliers thereof, the quality system on al! activities provided under the contract documents.

e To review and monitor the quality system at regular intervals throughout the contract period both to improve the system and detect and correct any adverse trends by taking the necessary executive action.

Quality Objectives:

• To provide products and services for the realization of a successful project that meets the contract and project requirements to the satisfaction of the Employer.

.. To meet all quality requirements and technical performance criteria for the project.

e To meet all commercial performance criteria, namely schedule and cost by efficient utilization of technology, human and material resources,

1.4 Purpose

The purpose of this Quality Assurance Plan is to:

1. Document the Project Management System outlining its policies, objectives, and defines those processes required for the management of the project.

2. Clearly define and document Project System Procedures, responsibilities and accountabilities for managing project processes.

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Redco International W.L.L QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 I 3. Assure the maintenance of adequate quality throughout all applicable areas of Contract performance.

4. Provide a mode of operation that emphasizes the identification, correction and prevention of deficiencies and discrepancies.

5. Provide personnei with quality objectives to beachieYeld.

6. Consolidate the project management System to ensure ongoing effectiveness of 'its functional operations despite employee movement and process change.

7. Provide a documented reference against which the System can be audited and the qLiality performance may be measured in order to identify opportunities for improvement of the system operated.

1.5 Definitions

ISO 9000-2000 Quality Management System: Fundamentals and Vocabulary.

iSO 9001-2000, Quality Management Systems - Requirements

ISO 9004-2000, Ouality Management Systems performance improvements.

Guidelines for

ISO 10005-2005, Quality Management System - Guidelines for quality plans

Customer owned property: Any type of instrumentation, accessories, manuals, that belong to a customer.

Process: Set of interrelated activities which transform input into output Product - Result of process. The end item result of meeting all contract terms and conditions.

Quality Records - Documentation of those activities wherein records of said activities must be maintained will be specified in the procedure or work instruction level documents, as applicable

Procedure: Specified way to carryout an activity or a process

1.6.1 1.6.2 1.6.3 1.6.4 1.6.5 1.6.6 1.6.7 1.6.8 1.6.9 1.6.10 1.6.11 1.6.12

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Project Quality Procedure Material Engineer

Project Manager

Site Engineer

Precast Factory Manager QAlQC Engineer

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P\edco International WH, QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 1.6.13 QAP: Quality Assurance Plan
1.6.14 ITP: Inspection and Test Plan
1.6.15 NCR: Non-Conformance Report
1.6.16 MS: Method Statement
1.6.17 PE: Production Engineer
1.6.18 SI: Safety Inspector
1.6.19 QCI: Quality Control Inspector
1.6.20 QA/QCM: QAlQC Manager
1.6.21 HSE: HSE Officer
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Redco International IV.L.L. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 Section 2 - Overall Project Management System

2.1 Project Organization & Responsibilities:

1. The Construction Organization that REDeO intends to utilize to execute this project consists of a team of competent, highly motivated, schedule-driven, and qualified personnel.

The nominated personnel will be assigned full time to the task force as the work developed. Project Organization Chart & Responsibilities attached - Appendix 1

2.2 Project Communication

1. The Project Manager is responsible for establishing and maintaining communication system for this Project in accordance with the requirements outlined in the relevant Contract Documents. Such system shall include

communication with Main Contractor and all Subcontractors and. suppliers appointed by the Management, with respect to the following items:

i. Flow of Information

ii. Materials submittals

iii. Drawing submittals

iv. Monthly Progress Meeting

v . Enquiries and order handling, including amendments.

vi. Customer complaints and other reports relating to nonconformities

vii. Customer responses to relating to conformity of product and or I or service.

Related Documents:

61 RIIBRJPQP/04. "Project Planning & Execution"

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3.1 General

The Management defined, documented Project System Procedures, including relevant Forms, Records needed to maintain an effective and efficient operation of Project Management System.

This Quality Plan is a Project specific document and includes:

• Statement of quality policy, approved by the Project Management .. The Project Organization Chart - See attached App - 1-

.. Job Descriptions of key staff at site along with specific allocation of duties and responsibilities

3 Procedures which shall be applicable to the Project See attached App ~ 2

• Inspection and Test Plans - See attached App -3-

0; Forms, Records which shall be used by the Project App - 4 - e Responsibilities

The plan will incorporate Engineering Procurement, Construction and ail other relevant activities required by the Contract.

3.2 - Document and Data Control

1. The purpose of document and data controls process is to establish the requirements for the distribution and control of documents, including drawings and subsequent changes thereto.

The Document and Data Control Process covers the following activities:

a) Control of Incoming & outgoing Correspondence

b) Control of Engineering Documents

c) Control of Technical Submittals

d) Control of Quality Documents

The project Document Controller is responsible for performing the above activities ensuring compliance with the requirements of Project Quality Procedure RIIBRlPQP/02 for Management of Documents.

The QAlQC Manager is overall in charge for the document and data control"

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The project QAlQC engineers are responsible to ensure that the project documents and records are controlled and maintained as per the procedure Management of Documents and Qualitv Record Management.

The project document controllers are responsible to implement the procedure and are resDonsible for the control of the proiect documents and records.

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R_edco International WL.L. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 2. Qualitv Records and documents are controlled, maintained, and filed in accordance with the requirements of Project Qualitv Procedure RIIBRlPQPI02 and RIIBRlPQP/03 for Qualitv Records Management Procedure. Qualitv records specified by ISO 9001:2000 are incorporated in the relevant Quality Management System Procedures.

Related Documents:

• RIIBR/PQPI02. "Control of Project Documents"

~ RltBR/PQP/OS. "Control of Quality Records;;

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Redco International WH. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 4.1 Control of Design Changes

In the event of any Design change advised by the Client, the design variation, cost and time implication wi!! be worked out in due course and will be forwarded to the Client for approval. Once its approved, the previous drawings and design details will be stamped as superseded. All documents are controlled in accordance with the requirements Project Quality Procedure RIIBR/PQP/02 and taken into account the requirements of Conditions of Contract.

Control of Design changes shall consist of:

a) Defined and agreed design changes with Main Contractor

b) Maintain Records

c) Distribution.

4.2 Requests for Information

The Project Manager shall be responsible for issuance and controlling Requests for Information. The request shall be raised when Conflicting, insufficient or unclear instructions in drawings/specifications a Errors or omissions in the technical documents

e If alternative methods or materials are to be proposed

4.3 Control of Technical Submittals

1. Technical/Material Submittals

All Technical submittals shall be made in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents. The process is controlled via the use of:

a) Approved Submittal Form

b) Submittals Schedule - Materials and Shop-drawings.

c) Submittals log Sheets

2. The Project Manager shall be responsible for all technical submittals, ensuring compliance with Contract specifications and drawings and have it approved by the Main Contractor. The technical submittal system and required forms shall be agreed with the Main Contractor.

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Redco International wu. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 4.4 As Built Drawings

As each activity is completed, the Project Manager in coordination with the Production Manager shall mark up the latest revisions of Issued for Construction Drawings with comments relevant to the preparation of As Built Drawings. These drawings shall be forwarded to the Main Contractor in order to get approval from the consultant. The As Built drawings shall be prepared on clear white polyester film or other durable and reproducible medium approved by the main contractor and engineer.

Related Documents:

• RIIBR/PQP/04. "Project Planning & Execution"

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Section 5 - Purchasing and Control of Materials

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I\edco International W.LL. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 5.1 Purchasing Process

The Procurement Department is responsible for Purchasing Process and it is designed to ensure that only approved products complying with the specified requirements are purchased in accordance with the requirements of relevant specification.

Procurement of Subcontractors services is based on capability of meeting contract requirements and controlled in accordance with the requirements of Project Quality Procedure RIIBR/PQP/05

The Purchasing Process Consist of the Following activities:

a) Preparation and Identification of Materials & Subcontracted Packages

b) Developing Procurement Schedule and progress monitoring

c) Selection and appointment of suppliers & subcontractors

d) Raising and processing requisitions

e) Issuing Local Purchase orderl Sub-contract Agreement f) Delivery and control of Materials on Site

g) Suppliers & Subcontractors Performance Measurement

The type and extent of control applied to the supplier and purchased product shall depend mainly on the requirements of the SpeCification and conditions of contract.

5.2 Verification of Purchased Product

1. Main Contractor/Engineer is normally given the right to verify by themselves that the purchased products conform to specified

req uirements.

2. The QA / QC Eng. shall perform the necessary Inspection. Test on materials which shall be part of the permanent structure shall be tested in the presence of the representative of the main contractor/engineer and the reports shall be submitted to the main contractor/engineer for approval.

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3. The procedure RI/BRlPQP/05 "Control of Material" and RI/BRlPQP/06 "Inspection & Testing" describes the process adopted to ensure that al/ construction materia/s/equipments received on site and to be incorporated in the permanent works pass through the procedure of inspection and approvai by the REDGO quality engineers and the main contractors/engineers.'

Section 6.6 of RI/BRlPQP/05 "Material Receipt" describes the incoming materials inspection and approval procedure.

Section 6.2 of RI/BRlPQP/06 "Inspection & Testing" describes different stages of inspection in accordance with project specification and lor QCS 2002.

4. The frequency of the testing of materials is specified on the relevant . Inspection and Test Plans. The materials are tested as per the frequency approved and all the test reports are made available to the main contractor/enqine!::r.

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I\edco lnrernational e.; QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 5.3 Storage! Inventory Control of Purchased product (Raw Material)

1 . Storekeeper controls Stock rooms and storage, staging and holding areas.

Only products that are properly identified and that have passed required inspections tests are authorized to enter and leave the stores.

Section 6.6.4, 6.6.5, 6.6.6, 6.6.7, 6.7.2 of PQP document No. RI/BRlPQP/05 "Control of Materials" explains theprO_G_fJdure adopted for storage . of approved, rejected, hold material, materials waiting for inspection etc. Inspection of material received by store shall be carried out as per schedule or frequency of inspection stated in the project specification but not exceeding Six months to verify the of stock in terms of materials procured, received, issued, available in store and validity of material, specially chemicals.

5.4 Storage of Products

The products are controlled during the process of production in order to ensure that only approved products are released to the site for installation purpose. The production facility has 3 types of product storage areas. Approved, Rejected and Hold. The procedure RI/BRlPQP/05 "Control of

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Related Documents:

e RI/BR/PQP/05." Control of Materials"

~ RI/BRlPQP/07." Identification 8. Traceability"

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Redco International wu, QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN I Date: 10/06/2009 2. The methods used for Planning and Controlling Construction work are;

Section 6 - Control of Construction Activities 6.1 General

1. It the responsibility of the Project Manager to establish Project Execution Methodology to plan, monitor and control production & installation processes.

e This Project Quality Assurance Plan

• The Method Statement for production and installation of precast elements.

e Master Construction schedule, Labor Histogram & Progress Reporting

• Plant/Equipment Histogram

$ Procurement Schedule & Progress Reporting

011> Management of Subcontractors

• Shop drawings Schedule & Progress Reporting

• Budget & Cost Control & Status Reporting @I Method Statements

III Inspection & Test Plans

.. Project Specific Procedures (See Attached List) e HSE Plan

3. The output from the Execution shall be periodically evaluated and validated against the production schedules and specification in order to assure the consistency of output.

6.2 Variations and Claims Management

The Project Manager shall identify variations to the works and submit relevant notices in accordance with the requirements of Conditions of Contract. Records shall be maintained as appropriate to establish the validity of the extension of time and attendant costs for the Project.

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6.3 Project Closeout

The Project Planning engineer shall prepare a schedule for Project closeout activities in coordination with the Project Manager, Main Contractor, and Engineer. The Project Manager shall monitor closely the closeout of the Project in accordance with the schedule.

Related Documents:

4) RI/BR/PQP/04. "Project Planning & Execution"

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Section 7 - Quality Control

The QA I QC Engineer is responsible for ensuring that the required inspection and testing activities are carried out to verify compliance with specified requirements of the specification. The Inspection & Testing Process shall comply with the requirements of Project Quality Procedure RIIBR/PQP/06 and requirements of relevant specification.

7.1 Inspection & Testing

Inspection and Test Plans (ITP's) shall be prepared for activities requiring a series of documented inspections and or tests. See attached List of ITP's

when a section of the works requires inspection by the Main Contractor I

Engineer, an Inspection Request 'form shall be submitted to the Main Contractor I Engineer.

Receiving inspection and testing activities shall be stringently performed in accordance with the steps defined in the Material Receipt and Inspection Procedure RIIBR/PQP/05

7.2 Samples and Mock-Ups

The Project Manager shall ensure the construction of mock-ups for review and approval wherever required before proceeding with full-scale production and installation of the precast elements.

7.3 Control of Monitoring and Measuring Devices

All measuring and test equipment used for verification of product conformance shall be controlled in accordance with Project Procedure RIIBR/PQP/08 ensuring that:

a) Calibrated or verified at specified intervals, at Least Once a Year, or prior to use, against measuring standard traceable to international measurement standards; where no such standard exist, the basis used for calibration or

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• Receive and return date of equipment

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b) Identified to be able the calibration status to be determined.

c) Be adjusted or re - adjusted as necessary.

d) Be safeguarded for adjustment that would invalidate the results.

e) Be protected from damage and deterioration during handling, maintenance and storage.

f) Prepare and maintain the register of monitoring and measuring devices, which shall include:

.. Owner of equipment

.. Description of equipment! serial/model no/ • calibration history,

2. Calibration is recorded in calibration certificate and calibrated equipment Is labeled with calibration sticker. A. log shall be maintained of all measuring and test equipment.

7.4 Control of Nonconforming Product

The QA / QC Engineer is responsible for identifying and reporting the occurrences of non-conformance in accordance with the requirements of Project Quality Procedure RI/BR/PQP/10. Once it is verified that the non conformance actually exists, wherever possible practicable, the item shall be clearly identified by appropriate means during the following stages:

• Receipt of material manufactured items from the supplier-subcontractor

• During subsequent inspection of the material after receipt

• During work in progress

• During final inspection, testing and commissioning

o During off-site inspection and testing activities

The QAlQC Eng. shall raise non Conformance Reports and ensure the following is discussed/agreed with the Project Manager/Production Manager:

• The cause of the deficiency (and associated preventive action where possible)

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o The corrective action which would involve one of the following:

o Rework to specification

o Accept without repair after written approval from the Main Contractor

e : Downgrade and use in alternative applications • Return scraps the product

o Timescale for completion of the corrective action

The Project Manager shall ensure follow up and closeout activities related to the non-conformance in a timely manner.

A Log of Non Conformance Reports shall be maintained to keep track of the status of Non Conformance. Trends in non-conformances shall be analyzed

periodically and corrective and preventive actions brainstormed to prevent

recurrence occurrence respectively.

7.5 Independent Test Laboratory -Materials Testing

The Management shall appoint an independent Materials test laboratory for carryout the required test in the relevant clauses of the specification. The Main Contractor / Engineer shall approve the laboratory.

Related Documents:

• RI/BRlPQP/08. "Control of Measuring & Test Equipment"

• RI/BR/PQP/06. "Inspection & Testing"

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8.1 internal Audit

1. Comprehensive, planned, and documented quality system audits are carried out at least twice a year in accordance with the requirements of Project Quality Procedure RI/BR/PQP/09 Internal auditors are independent of those having direct responsibility for the audited activity. Identified nonconforming conditions are brought to the attention of the responsible managers and corrective actions are implemented in response to audit findings.

8.2 Analysis of Data

1. Various data generated via monitoring and measurement from relevant sources, analyzed to ensure suitability and effectiveness of the quality management system.

The analysis of data shall provide information relating to

a) Level of Customer satisfaction - customer complaints

b) Conformity of product to specified requirements

c) Characteristics and trends of processes and products including opportunity for preventative and corrective action.

d) Performance of Suppliers / Subcontractors.

The QA/QC Engineer shall prepare and submit on a Monthly Quality Report to Managing Director at Head Office using Form Project Monthly Quality Report. The report shall used as an input for Data Analysis purpose.

8.3 Corrective Action

1. Causes of actual and potential non-conformances are investigated and Corrective and Preventive actions are implemented to eliminate them in accordance with the requirements of Project Quality Procedure RIIBR/PQP/11 Controls are applied to ensure that corrective and preventive actions are implemented and that they are effective.

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2. The Procedure defines the steps required for:

a) Reviewing non-conformities

b) Determine the causes of the non-conformities

c) Evaluating the need for action to ensure that non-conformities do not recur.

d) Determining and implementing the action needed.

e) Records of the results of action taken f) Reviewing corrective action taken

8.4 Preventative Action

1. Preventive actions are requested and implemented when there are trends of decreasing quality capability and/or effectiveness of the quality system that create a risk for a potential nonconformance in accordance with the requirements of Project Quality Procedure RI/BR/PQP/11.

2. The need for preventive action is determined on the basis of information and data regarding capability and performance of process, product non-conformance rates, post- production experience feedback, service records, customer complaints, quality system audit findings. Such information and data are collected and analyzed to detect unfavorable trends that, if not checked, increase the risk of Non-conformance.

Related Documents:

• RI/BR/PQP/09.· "Internal Audit"

• RIIBR/PQP/11. "Corrective & Preventive Action"

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Orpanization Chart & Responsibilities

Projects Manager (PM)

• Reporting to the MD.

• Full authority and overall responsibility to manage, supervise, and control the works. .. Co-ordinate with the Main Contractor for the execution of the contract scope.

.. Implement REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL and Project Quality Systems to the satisfaction of the project requirements.

• Initiate corrective actions for any raised non-conformances, and implement a preventive action plan to prevent the re-occurrence of non-conformances, all in coordination with the QAiQC Engineer.

e Ensure safety measures are implemented at ali times. e Control of all project documents.

@! Prepare the production (and installation) schedule and coordinate, monitor, and review the supplier proposals, samples, technical submittals prior to submission to Main Contractor.

e Ensure timely submission (to the Main Contractor for approval) and procurement of all material/equipment.

II Prepare the material packages and forward them to the MD for obtaining quotations and placing orders.

@! Monitor Production Delivery Schedule and feed back the MD.

• Coordinate with the MD on all matters related to purchasing (material technical specification, purchase order requirements, dates material required on site, etc.) for production and installation of Precast.

e Coordinate with the Planning Engineer on the preparation of work schedules, obtain Main Contractor's approval, and monitor to ensure timely progress of the works.

@! Review changes and variations, and evaluate impact of those on time and schedule.

• Preparation and obtaining required approvals of interim payment, monthly progress cost control report, variations work report, and suppliers/sub-contractors payments. .. Attend Weekly Site Meetings with the Main Contractor. Review Minutes of Meetings, comment, and finalize.

:luality Assurance Plan.

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QA/QC Manager

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I\edco international wu, QUAliTY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 CD Reporting to Managing Director

* Overall responsible to manage, supervise, and control of QA/QC department of the company.

CD Prepare and ensure implementation of Quality Management system of the company at all functions.

• Prepare and ensure the implementation of the project quality plans.

.. Ensure Quality of the work including but not limited to quality of concrete, precast elements (production & erection) and full filling project requirements

• Co-ordinate with the Main Contractor (and its representative on site) for the an issue related to the quality of works.

<II Initiate corrective actions for any raised non-conformances, and implement a preventive action plan to prevent the re-occurrence of non-conformances, all in coordination with the project QAQC Engineer.

411 Ensure that all project related documents are approved and implemented.

• Supervise the activities of the site / factory laboratory and ensure test are conducted as per approved ITP, QCS and project requirements

.. Coordinate with third party laboratory and any other specialist I expert.

e Coordinate with the sub-contractors/ suppliers for samples, technical submittals and review all prior to submission to Main Contractor.

iii Coordinate with the Managing Director, Operations Manager and other departments in connection with Quality Assurance and Control matters of the company.

* Attend Site Meetings along with Operations Manager / Projects Manager with the Main Contractor. Review Minutes of Meetings, comment, and finalize.

III Assist Health and Safety Manager / officer for HSE related issues.

III Arrange/ conduct training programme for staff and upgrade system to international standard as necessary.

Quality Assurance Pian.

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Production Manager (Precast Factory Manager)

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R,edco International W.LL QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 fIj Reporting to operations manager / projects manager

III Maintaining quality of production in coordination with ready mix plant manager,

QA/QC Engineer

III Planning and achieving targets of production of elements .. Evaluating daily weekly and production

• Monitor the progress of production and update the production schedule til To liaise with factory staff to ensure smooth implementation of all jobs. til To organize the required production work force in execution of all job.

III To monitor safety practice in the factory.

It Submitting progress update to the Project Manager for inclusion in weekly reports.

• Evaluating daily weekly and monthly demands of materials and forwarding to project manager / operations manager.

CfJ Maintaining quality of concrete and full filling project requirements

• Coordinating with material engineer, QA/QC engineer and ready mix plant manager

e Full authority and overall responsibility to manage, supervise, and control the

Precast production related works,

.. Co-ordinate with the Main Contractor (and its representative on site) for the execution of the work.

41 Initiate corrective actions for any raised non-conformances, and implement a preventive action plan to prevent the re-occurrence of non-conformances, all in coordination with the QA/QC Engineer.

• Ensure safety measures are implemented at all times. It Control of all precast production related documents.

.. Prepare the material demands and forward them to the procurement for obtaining quotations and placing orders after obtaining necessary approvals from Operations Manager / Project Manager and I or the main contractor.

1& Monitor suppliers delivery and feed back the PM.

III Attend Weekly Site Meetings along with Project Manager with the Main Contractor. Review Minutes of Meetings, comment, and finalize.

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Erection Manager

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Redco International WL.L. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 e Reporting to Projects Manager

e Maintaining quality of erection in coordination with PFM and Quality Engineer lit Planning and achieving targets of erection

e Evaluating daily weekly and erection

iii Monitor the progress of erection and update the production schedule

iii To liaise with other personnel to ensure smooth implementation of all jobs. 4& To organize the erection work force in execution of all job.

• To monitor safety practice at site.

e Submitting progress update to the Project Manager for inclusion in weekly reports.

It Maintaining quality of work and full filling client requirements

III Coordinating with production manager, quality engineer and ready mix plant manager

e Full authority and overall responsibility to manage, supervise, and control the precast erection related works.

ill Co-ordinate with the Main Contractor (and its representative on site) for the execution of the work.

iii initiate corrective actions for any raised non-conformances, and implement a preventive action plan 'to prevent the re-occurrence of non-conformances, all in coordination with the QAJQC Engineer.

• Ensure safety measures are implemented at all times. e Control of all precast erection related documents.

OIl Monitor suppliers/sub-contractors works and feed back the PM.

• Attend Weekly Site Meetings along with Project Manager with the Main Contractor. Review Minutes of Meetings, comment, and finalize.

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.. Reporting to Project Manager

.. Maintaining quality of erection in coordination with PFM and quality engineer • Planning and achieving targets of erection

@! Evaluating daily weekly and erection

.. Monitor the progress of erection and update the production schedule

.. To liaise with Surveyors, Safety & QA/QC to ensure smooth implementation of

all jobs.

.. To organize the erection work force in execution of all job. • To monitor safety practice at site.

e Submitting progress update to the Project Manager for inclusion in weekly

reports.

.. Maintaining quality of work and full filling client requirements

(II Coordinating with production manager and QA/QC Manager! engineer

.. Overall responsibility to manage, supervise, and control the precast erection related works.

• Co-ordinate with the Main Contractor (and its representative on site) for the execution of the work.

ill initiate corrective actions for any raised non-conformances, and implement a preventive action plan to prevent the re-occurrence of non-conformances, all in coordination with the QA/QC Manager.

e Ensure safety measures are implemented at all times.

QA/QC Engineer

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II> Responsible for the implementation of the project quality system.

OJ> Prepares the 'Schedule of Inspections and Testing' for next day works; submit the schedule to the Main Contractor by the agreed time .

• II> Monitor inspections among quality inspectors within his area(s); organize

inspections as appropriate to ensure all are done in timely manner and without delays;

II> Follow up the independent testing laboratory activities relevant; ensure all required tests are carried out as specified (type and frequency); check results to verify compliance to project requirements; ensure test reports are submitted (from laboratory to REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL and from REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL to Main Contractor) without delays.

II> Pian routine sampling and testing of materials (Cement, aggregates, water, etc) II> Collect, compile and file signed Inspection Records and relevant test reports.

III Maintain an orderly and up to date 'databases' of all inspections and testing, and materials.

II> Monitor materials coming to site; carry out receiving inspection on materials to verify compliance to project requirements.

.. Report non-conformances; issue NCRs; follow up on corrective actions and foiiow up inspection I rectification; ensure close out of NCRs.

Materials Engineer

fI Reporting to QNQC Manger / Production Manger

(II Preparation of Concrete mix design as per project specification 4& Testing of all incoming concrete constituents

... Ensure that the concrete constituents are tested as per the frequency

mentioned in the project specification and QCS

• Maintain the record of all tests

• Conduct in-house laboratory and by the independent third party laboratory

«I Inform the production manager for any variance in the test results of incoming

concrete constituents

" Inform QNQC Manager for any failure of incoming material 4& Maintain the calibration of all laboratory testing equipments

• Over all responsible for the supervision of Supervision Laboratory

Quality Assurance Plan.

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PRECAST WORK FOR 6 NO. HOUSES TYPE "B" Rev. 03

Chief Surveyor

Ell Prepare and maintain sketches, maps, reports, and legal descriptions of surveys to describe, certify, and assume liability for work performed.

* Verify the accuracy of survey data including measurements and calculations conducted at survey sites.

@ Direct or conduct surveys to establish legal boundaries for properties, based on legal deeds and titles.

e Record the results of surveys including the shape, contour, location, elevation, and dimensions of land or land features.

.. Calculate heights, depths, relative positions, property lines, and other characteristics of terrain.

GIl Prepare or supervise preparation of all data, charts, plots, maps, records, and documents related to surveys.

@ Write descriptions of property boundary surveys for use in deeds, leases, or other legal documents.

.. Plan and conduct ground surveys designed to establish baselines, elevations, and other geodetic measurements.

.. Search legal records, survey records, and land titles to obtain information about property boundaries in areas to be surveyed.

@ Coordinate findings with the work of engineering and architectural personnel, clients, and others concerned with projects.

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f\edco International WL.l.. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 Quality Control Inspector tQC!)

• Reporting to the QA/QC Engineer.

.. implement the Project Quality Control System as and where applicable.

e Prepare, procure required approvals, and implement the Quality Assurance

Plan, PQP's, and ITP's ..

III Coordinate with the Main Contractor on all project quality requirements. 41 Plan, schedule, and monitor the works of construction team on site.

• Ensure that all inspections and tests are planned and carried out as per project requirements.

III Identify and report all non-conforming works; ensure rectification works are carried out as per approved corrective actions.

III Ensure all measuring, inspection, and test equipment used by project personnel and sub-contractors are duly calibrated and certified as valid for use.

e Ensure that only approved material is incorporated in the permanent works, and that all incoming material is checked and verified as conforming to project requirement.

III Control sub-contractors' works as per the project quality system.

'" Maintain all quality records; prepare handing over file in collaboration with QA/QC Engineer.

• Monitor the works of the stores; ensure all materials are identified

Planning Engineer

III Reporting to the PM.

III Prepare the Construction Program, and update regularly through continuous monitoring of site activities.

e Prepare weekly and monthly planning schedules/histograms/curves (as per Main Contractors requirements) and update regularly.

• Monitor progress of site activities; forecast, report, and develop a recover plan for anticipated delays and slippage.

e Assist the PM on the preparation of invoicing and billing system.

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Redco international W.L.L QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 Safety Officer

• Reporting to the MD in the Head Office.

e Develop, implement and maintain the Project Safety plan. .. Plan and Implement" Zero Tolerance Policy"

It Conduct safety awareness training for project personnel, both of REDCO

INTERNATIONAL WLL and of sub-contractors'.

.. Continuously monitor site activities to ensure safe working practices. fII Target safety teams to areas of known/possible deficiency.

• Identify and eliminate fire hazards.

.. Ensure all equipment used in the works is in safe working condition.

e Ensure all equipment/tools that require testing do comply with manufacturers instructions/recommendations (cranes, slings, etc.)

e Prepare daily and monthly safety reports; determine areas of deficiency; conduct risk assessment reports.

.. Investigate accidents and prepare reports to the MD and the PM.

Safety Inspector

.. Reporting to the Safety Officer

.. Implement and maintain the Project Safety plan. e Implement" Zero Tolerance Policy"

.. Conduct safety awareness training for project personnel, both of REDCO

INTERNATIONAL WLL and of sub-contractors'.

e Continuously monitor site activities to ensure safe working practices. It Ensure all equipment used in the works is in safe working condition.

e Ensure all equipment/tools that require testing do comply with manufacturer's instructions/recommendations (cranes, slings, etc.)

.. Prepare daily and monthly safety reports; determine areas of deficiency e Prepare accident reports and forward to the SO, PM and the OM.

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List of "Project Quality Procedures" PQP

RI/BR/PQP/01 RltBR/PQP/02 RI/BR/PQP/03 RltBR/PQP/04 RItBR/PQP/05' RI/BR/PQP/06 RItBR/PQP/07 RI/BR/PQP/08 RI/BR/PQP/09

RI/BR/PQP/10

RilBR/PQP/11

Management Review

Control of Project Documents Control of Quality Records Project Planning and Execution Control of Materials

Inspection and Testing Identification and Traceability

Control of Measuring and Test Equipment Audits

Control of Non-Conformances

Corrective and Preventive Action

Quality Assurance Plan.

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REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL BARW A CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT

Management Review

Rev. 03

1.0 Scope

This procedure defines the steps to be followed in assessing information on the suitability, adequacy, and effectiveness of the management system.

2.0 Objectives

2.1 Assessing twice a year the effectiveness of the management system

2.2 Determine the adequacy and effectiveness of the Management system

2.3 Determine continuing suitability of the quality Management System

2,4 Identify minimum One opportunity/process for improvement as deemed necessary

3.0 Responsibility

Managing Director QA/QC Manager Operations Manager Executive Manager Project QA/QC Engineer

4.0 Procedure

4.1 Management Review process

Management review meetings shall take place twice a year. lntemal memo shall be sent to the entire project QA/QC Engineers to attend the Management Review Meeting. The project Managers and other department heads can be invited to attend the management meeting as deemed necessary.

4.2 Conduct the Review

Conduct the review during the meeting discussing the listed items

• Status and results of quality objective and improvement

activities

• Status of management review action items

• Results of audits and self assessment of the company

e Status reports on suppliers/sub contractors performance

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iii Status of Preventive and corrective actions

Analyze the results and trends during the discussion

Take minutes of meeting, indicating actions, responsibilities and date for completion. The minutes of meeting shall cover the following items

• Actions to improve effectiveness of the OMS and its

4.3 Conclude the Meeting

processes

e Actions to improve products

• Actions to provide needed recourses iii New or revised objectives

The minutes of meetings shalt be distributed and monitor the implementation as actions resulting from management review meeting. Assess process for the improvement.

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REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT Control of Project Documents

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Date: 10/06/2009

1.0

Scope

1.1

This procedure describes the system for the control of BARWA city phase I, Precast Work for 6 No. houses type 'B' project documents and provides information to the Site Document Controller and all Suppliers/Sub-contractors on the actions to be taken upon receipt and Issue of documents.

1.2

Documents covered by this procedure include:

a) Contract Documents (Specifications and Drawings)

b) Drawings (shop drawings, construction and as-built drawings)

c) Codes and Standards

d) Documents relevant to Suppliers/Sub-contractors

e) Quality Assurance Plan and its Supporting Documents

f) All submittals

2.0

Purpose

2.1

The purpose of this procedure is to ensure the following:

a) All project documents are controlled.

b) Only valid documents are distributed to project personnel.

c) Superceded documents are identified and removed from locations of intended used.

3.0

References

3.1

Contract Documents: Volume 4 of 5, Part A, Division 1.

3.2

ISO 9001 :2000, Clauses 4.2.3 and 4.2.4.

3.3

Main Contractors Quality system

4.0

Definitions

4.1

Valid Documents:

Documents that are approved by an authorized person and formally issued for use. Valid documents shall be stamped to show their status. The Authority of valid documents is executed by the project Document Controller.

4.2

Controlled Documents:

Documents that are controlled to ensure that only the latest revisions of the valid documents are used.

4.3

DC: Project Document Controller

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4.4

PDM: Project Distribution Matrix

4.5

MAR: Material Approval Request

4.6 4.7

DT: Document Transmittal

DDS: Document Distribution Sheet

5.0

Responsibilities

5.1

The PM is responsible for the overall control of all project documents. Only the Project Manager is authorized to sign all out going correspondences.

5.2

The DC shall be responsible for the implementation of this procedure, and for the receipt, control, distribution, indexing, and filing of project document.

5.3

AI Engineers shall be responsible for ensurrng that only valid documents are used In the works. They shall ensure that ali superceded documents are stamped superseded and removed from locations of intended use.

6.0

Procedure

incomings

6.1 Receipt and Registration

6.1.1 All the incoming letters shall be addressed to the assigned Project Manager and shall received by the document controller. If a document is received by a person other than the Document Controller, it shall be immediately handed over to the DC.

6.1.2 To the extent possible, the DC shall insist that all incoming documents be sent under a 'transmittal' sheet.

6.1.3 Receipt of transmittals shall be acknowledged by the DC.

6.1.4 The contents of a package received (e.g. drawings) will be checked against the transmittal sheet, and discrepancies (if found) shall be reported with the acknowledgement.

6.1.5 Upon receipt of documents, the DC shall:

a) Stamp the document received, with date,

b) Enter it on the database register,

c) Remove previous revisions, stamp them "Superseded", and re-file in the

"Superseded File",

d) Make copies according to the PDM,

e) Stamp the copies valid/controlled documents, and

f) Prepare distribution sheet.

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g) Any document or correspondence which is not as per PDM shall be stamped and forwarded to the PM for action.

h) The Project Manager will assign this document to any staff for review or action.

6.1.6 The received transmittal, and its attachments, shall be filed in an "Incoming Transmittal" file divided into sections reflecting originators of transmittals.

6.2 Distribution

6.2.1 Internal distribution of documentsshall be done using Document Distribution Sheet (DDS).

6.2.2 Upon receipt of documents, the recipient (Redco project personnel) shall:

• Check that the contents are correct as per the attached DDS sheet,

It Sign the DDS sheet (the recipient acknowledgement as proof of receipt), and

• Ensure previous revisions of the same are stamped superseded, or destroyed, and removed from locations to prevent unintentional use.

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6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4 The Document Controller shall maintain a file (register) for all DDS, for each recipient.

Incomings database

l~~ computerized database shall be set up and maintained by the DC for all incomings showing all details relevant to the document. The database shall allow filtering of incomings per individual originators.

The incoming database shall include but not limited the following, date received, originator, subject, reference no, action required, response date.

All incoming documents shall be distributed as per approved Project Distribution Matrix. The original documents shall be registered in the data base and original shall be filled as per filling index system. The copy of file index is attached for reference.

Outgoings

6.4 Submittals to the Main Contractor

6.4.1 All submittals to the Main Contractor shall be reviewed and signed by the PM.

6.4.2 Whenever a submittal is changed or revised, the PM shall approve the change/revision, to ensure that the Main Contractor's remarks on the original submittal are observed.

6.4.3 All submittals for Approval(other than materials) to the Main Contractor shall be issued under a "Document Submittal for Approval form. A proposed sample form is enclosed.

6.4.4 The DC shall assign the document reference number for each specific submittal as per submittal code.

6.4.5 Each specific submittal for approval shall start with company's initial, project identification, submittal code and reference no with revision.

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6.4.6 Responses from the Main Contractor on DT's shall be in the form of a "letter". It is very
important that the letter makes reference to the DT ref. no .
6.5 . Materials Submittals
6.5.1 Materials shall be submitted to the Main Contractor under a "Material Approval Request"
sheet (MAR). A proposed MAR sample sheet is enclosed.
6.5.2 All MAR's shall be reviewed and initialed by the QNQC Engineer to check for
completeness, and for compliance with the project specifications. MAR's are signed by
the PM.
6.5.3 All MAR's shall have unique code "MTR". on the material submittal. The Submittal No
system shall contain Company initial, project initial, MTR and serial No with Rev.
A sample reference no for material submittal RIILD/MTR/001 Rev O.
6.5.4 The document controller shall assign reference no on each material submittal and
register in the material submittal log register which will be updated weekly. 6.5.5

Responses from the Main Contractor on MAR's shall be in the form of a "letter". it is very important that the letter makes reference to the MAR ref. no.

6.6

Transmittals to others

AI! transmittals to suppliers and subcontractors shall be issued under the same "Document Transmittal" sheet.

6.7

SubmitlalslTransmitlals database

6.7.1

A database shall be set and maintained by the DC for all DT's and MAR's to the Main Contractor and to suppliers and subcontractors. The database shall allow filtering as per individual originators.

6.8

Project Distribution Matrix

6.8.1

Distribution of documents shall be in accordance with the PDM approved by the Project Manager (PDM is enclosed).

6.9

Superceded Documents

6.9.1

Ail previous revisions of documents shall be stamped "Superseded". The DC shall file such documents in the Superseded File. Engineers shall ensure that superceded documents are destroyed or removed to avoid unintentional use.

6.10

Filing, Storage and Security

6.10.1

The DC shall establish a project filing system to allow for easy identification and traceability of project documents. Copy attached

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6.10.2 Master documents shall be kept in the DC section and not removed under any
circumstances. Loan of master documents to project staff is prohibited.
6.10.3 Access to files shall be strictly controlled by the DC. Access to such files shall be
restricted to authorized personnel.
6.10.4 A back-up computerized system shall be established by the DC to prevent loss of project
files. The system shall provide up to date status of documents. It shall be saved in the
Company Quality Department in the Head Office (with updates.)
6.10.5 All documents shall be stored in such a way to prevent damage and deterioration.
6.11 Quality Records
6.11.1 Project Quality records are the responsibility of the Site QA/QC Engineer. After sign-off
of a quality record, it is transmitted to the Quality department who are then responsible
for its control until compilation into the hand over stage.
6.11.2 Controi of Quality Records shall be carried out in accordance with RlfBR/PQP/03 I
(Control of Quality Records.)
7.0 Attachments I
I 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4

Material Approval Request Sheet (Q4) Document Distribution Sheet (E4) Document Transmittal Sheet (ES). Project Distribution Matrix. (ES)

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1.0

Scope

1.1

This procedure applies to control, store and retrieval of all quality records produced during the execution of the BARWA city phase I, Precast Work for 6 No. houses type 'B' project.

1.2

Pertinent quality records from suppliers/sub-contractors are part of the project quality records, and shall be controlled as per this procedure.

2.0

Purpose

2.1

The purpose of this procedure is to ensure that project quality records are maintained, and retrievable at any time during and after the project completion. Records are maintained to demonstrate compliance to the specified requirements, and the effective operation of the Project Quality System.

3.0

References

3.1

Contract Documents.

3.2

ISO 9001 :2000, Clauses 4.2.3 and 4.2.4.

4.0

Definitions

4.1

Quality Record:

A document which furnish objective evidence ·of activities performed and/or results achieved.

5.0 Responsibilities

5.1 The QA/QC Engineer is responsible for the overall implementation of this procedure.

6.0 Procedure

6.1 General

6.1.1 Quality records shall include the following:

a) Inspection records and test reports.

b) Qualification and validation reports.

c) Material verification and compliance reports.

d) Calibration certificates.

e) Audit reports.

f) Non-conformance reports.

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6.1.2

6.1.3

6.2

6.2.1

6.2.2

6.2.3

6.3.1

6.3.2

6.3.3

6.4

6.4.1

6.4.2

7.0

Quality records shall give evidence whether or not the product meets the specified requirements of the project.

If the results of a quality record have not proved compliance to the project specified requirements, the record shall indicate what measures have been taken to rectify the situation.

Identification and Traceability

The QA/QC Engineer shall identify which documents of the project file form the project quality records ..

Quality records shall be properly identified, indexed, and filed in a manner that make them retrievable as, where and when required.

Quality records shall carry a unique reference number. Cross-referencing shall be used to relate documents related to a certain activity in order to make records traceable.

A Computerized register for each document shall be established which create unique document No for quality document.

Protection and Retention

Quality records shall be protected from unauthorized access, and from alteration.

Quality records shall be stored in such a way to prevent deterioration and/or damage.

All project quality records shall be retained for a minimum of the contract period and 3 years after final acceptance of work.

Submission to the Main Contractor

The QA/QC Engineer shall retain all originals of quality records. Some other documents such as shop drawings, Material approvals and contract issue documents could be with the originators but a controlled copy must be with DC office.

When works are completed, two copies of all quality records shall be submitted to the Main Contractor as part of the handing over file.

Attachments

None.

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Scope

1.1

This procedure applies to all works associated with the BARWA city phase I, Precast Work for 6 No. houses type '8' Project.

2.0

Purpose

2.1

The purpose of this procedure is to define activities to be carried out and documents to be developed to ensure control over all phases of the project.

2.2

Activities and documents referred to in item 2.1 above shall cover the following phases of the project:

II Project planning • Project execution II Project delivery

3.0

References.

3.1

Contract Documents.

3.2

ISO 9001:2000, Clauses 7.1 and 7.5.

4.0

Definitions

N/A

5.0

Responsibilities

5.1

It is the responsibility of the PM to ensure overall implementation of this procedure.

6.0

Procedure

A)

Project Planning

The following shall be prepared prior to the start of the works:

6.A.1 Construction Schedule (Overall)

This schedule shall identify, in the form of a bar chart, the following:

• Mobilization period and activities

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41 Clear and comprehensive breakdown for separate activities for different work

locations

iii Subcontracted activities by individual subcontractors

This schedule shall be referenced/numbered, and shall be updated regularly to reflect current, up to date status.

6.A.2 Schedule of Material Submittal and Procurement

This schedule shall identify, for all materials, the following:

.. Estimated quantities

" Dates required on site

.. Dates of submittal to, and approvals by the Company It Order dates

e Delivery dates

This schedule shall be referenced/numbered, and shall be updated regularly to reflect current, up to date status.

Refer to attachments for sample.

6.A.3 Site Organi7;:;tion Chart

This chart shall show project personnel stationed on site, and personnel not stationed on site but are involved in the project works. It shall include lines of communication and responsibility for all. It shall also include job description of key personnel. This chart shall be updated regularly to reflect current status at all times.

6.AA Manpower Histogram

This histogram shall include both staff and labour on site,

6.A.5 Plant and Equipment List

This shall include, for each plant and equipment, number, type/model, and whether the equipment is owned or hired.

6.A.6 List of Proposed/Approved Suppliers/Subcontractors

This list shall be updated regularly to reflect current status; it shall show what suppliers/subcontractors are approved by the Company.

Refer to attachments for form.

6.A. 7 Quality Assurance Plan

This document shall identify the quality management procedures REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL intends to implement within the project organization, and inspection and test plans to be implemented on site, to ensure that the specified project requirements are met.

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Project Execution

The following are the minimum controls that will be implemented to control execution works:

6.8.1 Methods Statements

., Method statements shall be developed to identify methods, arrangements and sequencing of construction processes. A method statement for a specific activity shall be prepared, submitted and approved prior to the commencement of that activity.

e The PM shall be responsible for identifying required MS's from the project specifications. PM or his delegate (i.e. Site Engineer) shall be responsible for the preparation of MS's. The QNQC Engineer is responsible for reviewing MS's prepared by the PM (or by subcontractors/suppliers) to ensure that all process controls and quality requirements are identified.

@ All MS's shall carry a sequential number for identification. This sequential number is obtained from the Document Controller who keeps and maintains the MS Register.

.. All MS's shall have the same standard format, and shall contain the following sections:

1. Scope: shall give exact description of the part of the works, or type of activity, to which the MS applies.

2. References: shall list the documents from which information enabling the production of the MS has been obtained including project specifications, applicable codes and standards, etc.

3. Definitions: describes any work or activity not of common usage or not easily understood by the users of the MS.

4. Responsibilities: to be completed only when there is an interface between different personnel, to define who is responsible for what and with whom they interface.

5. Tooling and Equipment: shall list any specialized tooling/equipment to successfully and safely complete the work as detailed in the MS.

6. Safety: shall list safety measures that require observation for the process subject the MS.

7. Procedure: shall concisely and precisely detail methods of works and sequence of activities to be followed. If required, this section shall be aided by sketches to simplify and avoid confusion.

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«II Inspection and Test Plans shall be developed to identify the various controls (inspection and test requirements) of a certain process I activity. These controls will measure the effectiveness of work methods described in 6.B.1 above, and shall make reference to Inspection Records and Test Reports that will furnish the objective evidence of compliance. Refer to RI/BR/PQP/06 (Inspection and Testing) for details on these plans.

6.B.3 Coordination and Communication with the Main Contractor Meetings

«II Weekly meetings will be held (internally and with the Main Contractor) to monitor progress of works. Meetings with the Main Contractor will be an effective means to identify the Main Contractor concerns, and to measure the Main Contractor

. satisfaction.

«II Following each.meetinq with the Main Contractor, A draft of the minutes shall be prepared by the PM and submitted to the Main Contractor for comments. The draft shall then be revised to incorporate the Main Contractor's comments, and the final "minutes of meeting" shall be signed by both parties.

"l' Signed "minutes of meetings" are to be considered as true and official records, and are part of the project documents file.

Reporting

.. Daily, weekly and monthly reports shall be developed to measure progress. The format of these reports shall confirm the requirements of QCS 2002.The Construction Schedule of item 6.A.1 above shall be the reference document in developing these reports.

* Daily reports shall be indicated (for Redco international WII and its subcontractors):

1. Manpower by craft

2. Plant and equipment

3. Construction activities (completed and planned)

4. Problems which might affect the progress of the works

• Weekly progress reports shall include (for Redeo International and its subcontractors):

1. Actual versus scheduled percentages completion figures in tabular and graphical formats

2. Actual versus planned manpower on site, broken down into individual disciplines

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Correspondences between REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL and the Main Contractor

.. Contractual matters shall be addressed to REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL Head Office, with copy to REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL site management.

'" Ail other matters (technical and site related) shall be addressed to REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL site management, with copy to REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL Head Office.

1m The same shall apply to correspondences originated by REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL To the Main Contractor.

6. B.4 Verification of Materials Received on Site

As per RIIBR/PQP/05 (Control of Project's Materia!s)

6.B.S.

identification and Traceability

Refer to procedure RIIBR/PQP/07 for details on Identification and Traceability.

C) Project Delivery

Verification of Product

6.C.1 When the works, or parts of the works, are completed and verified to have met the specified requirements, REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL shall inform the Main Contractor of its intentions to hand over the works.

6.C.2 A final inspection shall be carried out jointly between REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL, the Main Contractor (and others as required) for the purpose of producing the List of Open Points (Snag List)

6. C.3 All snags shall be worked and/or reworked to the satisfaction of the Main contractor.

Final Documentation

6.CA The final handing over documents shall be as per the contract and project specifications.

End of Construction Files will be prepared for each of the structures, and shall consist of the following files:

• As-built drawings/documents and technical submittals,

• Quality documents,

@ Manufacturers' and suppliers' warranties.

6.C.S As-built drawings/documents and technical submittals

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This file shall contain the following:

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• Printout of all technical submittals,

1& Approved engineering/calculation notes associated with the drawings, I) All approved field changes, deviations, and variations.

6.C.6 Quality documents

This file shall include:

49 Inspection records,

• Test records (concrete, soil, reinforcement, etc.)

(8 Documents related to purchased material (mill certificates, test certificates, certificates of compliance, etc.)

• Non-conformance reports, including corrective actions taken,

• Final inspection reports, including snag lists with status of action, testing and commissioning reports

6.C.7 Manufacturers' and suppliers' warranties

• For works performed by the Company and its sub-contractors, and material/equipment incorporated into the permanent works.

e.C.8 wnere applicable for any parts of the works, maintenance and operation manuals shall be submitted as pari of the End of Construction report.

7.0 Attachments

7.1 Material Submittal Register (G12a)

7.2 Project's Approved Suppliers and Brands List (Attached)

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R,edco International WLL Control of Materia.ls Date: 10/06/2009 1.0 Scope

1.1 This procedure applies to all construction materials/equipment received on site, and to be incorporated in the permanent works of BARWA city phase I, Precast Work for 6 No. houses type '8' project.

1.2 This procedure also describes the methods adopted for storage, and deliver of the final product to the construction sites for installation.

2.0 Purpose

2.1 The purpose of this procedure is to ensure that only material approved by the Main Contractor that are in full compliance with the project specified requirements, are incorporated in the permanent works.

3.0 References
3.1 Contract Documents.
3.2 ISO 9001: 2000 Clause 7.4.
4.0 Definitions
4.1 MIR Material Inspection Record
4.2 SRT/DN Site Receipt Ticket I Delivery Note
4.3 MRRS Material Requisition Record Sheet
4.4 LPO Local Purchase Order 5.0 Responsibilities

5.1 The PM and PFM shall be responsible for ensuring that only material approved by the Main Contractor is ordered and received on site and factory respectively.

5.2 The QA/QC Engineer shall be responsible for the inspection of incoming materials to ensure compliance with the project specified requirements.

5.3 The storekeeper is responsible for the preliminary inspection of the received material to check compliance with regard to quantity, any obvious damage, etc. He shall be responsible for the issuing of the relevant SRTs/DN.

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6.1 Evaluation and Selection of Suppliers and Sub-contractors

6.1.1 Efforts shall be made to nominate suppliers and subcontractors from the list of

approved ones, provided by the Main Contractor. However, REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL can exercise the right of nominating suppliers and subcontractors not on the list, provided they are registered with the Main Contractor (see item 6.1.3 below).

6.1.2 REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL maintains a list of suppliers and sub-contractors

who are approved to do work in projects. Those suppliers and sub-contractors are selected and approved on the basis of:

a) Past history with Redco projects.

b) On-site evaluation of their products.

c) Proven capability to furnish products that meets the project requirements and specifications.

d) Their quality system.

6.1.3 Pre-qualification documents of suppliers and subcontractors shall be submitted to the Main Contractor for approval.

6.1.4 All suppliers and subcontractors involved in the works of the project, shall be evaluated by the PM in coordination with the QAlQC Engineer, semi-annually. Evaluation sheets shall be forwarded to the Head Office QA Department for the purpose of updating REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL list of approved suppliers and subcontractors.

6.2 Material Take off

6.2.1 The PM and PFM identifies the scope of purchase from the project documents. Relevant drawings shall be referred to, to determine material quantities.

6.3 Material submittals

6.3.1 All materials shall be submitted to the Main Contractor for approval by the use of "Material Approval Request" (MAR) sheet. MAR's are prepared by the PM, who in coordination with the QNQC Engineer, shall ensure the completeness and compliance of all MAR's before they are submitted to the Main Contractor.

6.4 Material Requisition Record Sheet (MRRS)

6.4.1' This sheet is initiated by the PM to the Procurement department in the Head Office to purchase approved materials from approved suppliers for use in the works.

6.5 Preparation and Issue of Purchase Orders

6.5.1 All Purchase Orders shall contain a clear description of the product ordered and any other relevant requirements. The following are guidelines, as applicable:

a) Precise identification of type, class, and grade.

b) Delivery dates, delivery point, packing and storage requirements.

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R_edco International WLL Control of Materials Date: 10/06/2009 c) Quality requirements, including as applicable quality system requirements, inspection and test requirements, etc.

d) Technical requirements including as applicable drawings, data sheets, specifications, and applicable codes and standards.

e) Reference to any guarantee/warrantee requirements.

f) Reference to any documents required such as installation, operation, and service manuals, calibration records, test certificates, etc.

g) Reference to expediting requirements such as production and delivery dates.

6.5.2 All suppliers/subcontractors shall be requested to submit to REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL copies of the international standards/technical specifications to which the material conforms.

6.6 Material Receipt

6.6.1 When materials or equipment are received on site, the storekeeper shall check the materials against the order, and issue a SRT/DN with his remarks/findings. A!! SRT's/DN shall be forwarded to the Head Office.

6.6.2 The storekeeper shall inspect the material against obvious damages, and he shall initiate the Materia! Inspection Record (MIR), and forward to the QA/QC Engineer for further verification.

6.6.3 The QNQC Engineer shall inspect the material for compliance with the project specified requirements and record his observations on the MIR. Copies of all supporting documents such as delivery notes, compliance certificates, shipping documents, and packaging and storage documents shall be attached to the MIR.

6.6.4 If the material is found to be not in accordance with the project specified requirements, it shall not be off loaded, or if off loaded, shall be stored in an area designated for rejected material. A non-conformance report shall be initiated by the QA/QC Engineer and issued to the supplier specifying the type of non-conformity and further actions to be taken such as removing the material from site.

6.6.5 If the material is found to be in compliance with the project specified requirements, it will be off loaded and stored in areas designated for approved materials. For major materials, the MAIN contractor will be notified for further inspection. Basic construction consumables shall be exempt from the requirement of inspection by the Main Contractor.

6.6.6 If the verification process could not be completed for any reason such as missing documents or pending test requirements, it shall be stored in an area designated for hold material until further verification confirms the status of the material.

6.6.7 Materia! or equipment of item 6.6.6 above, if urgently required for use in the works, can be used provided the following are ensured:

a) Main Contractor's approval is obtained.

b) Material is clearly identified.

a) Location where the material is used is clearly identified to allow easy recall from the works if found to be non-conforming when the verification is complete.

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I\edco International WLL Control of Materials Date: 10/06/2009 6.6.8 For material or equipment that require testing, the QA/QC Engineer shall arrange for these tests, in coordination with the Main Contractor. All test records shall be submitted to the Main Contractor as soon as they become available.

6.6.9 The QAJQC Engineer shall keep a log for all MIR's.

6.7 Storage of Materials

6.7.1 Material shall be stored in a manner to prevent damage or deterioration and in accordance with manufacturer/supplier storage instructions. Frequent checks shall be made by the storekeeper to monitor the condition of material and to early detect any deterioration.

6.7.2 The store shall contain designated areas as follows:

a) Approved

b) Hold

c) Rejected

for items approved and released for use in the works. for items pending further inspection/testinglverification. for items rejected and pending removal from site.

6.7.3 Hazardous materia! shall be clearly identified and stored in such a way to ensure safe conditions and manufacturer's storage instructions provided by supplier/manufacturer. The Safety Officer shan .be consulted when such material is received for storage instructions.

6.8 Material Supplied by the Main Contractor

6.8.1 If possible, a list of material/equipment to be supplied by the Main Contractor shall be requested.

6.8.2 Material supplied by the Main Contractor shall undergo the same comprehensive checks as all other materials and equipment supplied by others. Findings and observations on the conditions of the materials shall be recorded on the M!R.

6.8.3 Non-complying materials shall be reported back to the Main Contractor for resolving the non-compliance.

7.0 Sampling & Storage of Steel Reinforcement

All material shall have:

€II Material approval document

.. Delivery slips, mill certificates, tags

• Material stored with inspection and test status

e Approved documents from consultant for material

• Identification of material used for production

• Random sampling shall be done by the independent testing agency and witness by the consultant

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Storage of Final Product

8.1 The final product shall be inspected bv the QAIQC Engineer before the inspection of the main contractor.

8.2 If the product confirms the requirements, QAlQC Engineer invite main contractor inspector for the inspection and seeks approval for the product.

8.3 If the product is approved, it is shifted to the area designated area for the approved products.

8.4 If the product is not approved and reiected, it shall be moved to the rejected area where it shall be discarded or removed from the storage area.

8.5 If the product is not approved and need further verification (repair etc), it shall be stored in the Hold area until the further inspection is carried out and the product is finallv approved.

g,O

Attachments

9.1 9.2

MIR MRRS

Material Inspection Register (G12a) Material Requisition Record Sheet (H2Sa)

9.3 SRT/ON Site Receipt Ticket / De!ivery Note (P2)

9~4 Supplier Performance Evaluation Record Sheet (K1)

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f\edco International wu, Inspection & Testing Date: 10/06/2009 1.0

Scope

1.1

This procedure applies to all activities relating to the verlflcation of quality in the works BARWA city phase I, Precast Work for 6 No. houses type 'B' Project.

1.2

It governs the works performed by REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL (and its subcontractors), and it includes works performed and material/equipment supplied.

2.0

Purpose

2.1

To demonstrate that REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL has established a quality control system in accordance with the project specified requirements, and that duties and responsibilities have been assigned.

2.2

To identify controls within a process, to describe the inspection and testing process, and it's supporting documents.

3.0

References

3.1

Contract Document.

3.2

ISO 9001 :2000, Clause 4.2.4,7.5,7.5.2 and 7.6.

4.0

Definitions

4.1

RIA Request for Inspection and Approval

4.2

IR Inspection Record.

4.3

ITL Independent Testing Laboratory

4.4

ITP Inspection & Test Plan

4.5

SOl Schedule of Inspections

5.0

Responsibilities

5.1

Production and execution team (PM, PFM and SE) are responsible for ensuring that:

CD No work is covered up or proceeds further without the required releases, as per the approved ITP for production and installation of precast work.

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R_edco International wu, Inspection & Testing Date: 10/06/2009 @l Identify inspection and test points (Notification/Hold Points) from the approved ITP relevant to the works.

It Initiate and forward to QA/QC all RIA (Request for Inspection & Approval) of next day inspections and tests.

@! Report to QAiQC any observed non-conformity.

5.2

The QAlQC Engineer is responsible for:

• Notifying the Consultant of all inspections and tests in due time.

It Ensuring that required inspections and tests are carried out in accordance with the approved ITP relevant to the works, and that all works are performed as per the project specified requirements.

III Maintaining all quality records relevant to the verification of the works.

6J)

Procedure

6.1

Controlling Documentation

inspections and tests will be carried out and documented by using the following levels of documents:

6.1.1 Inspection and Test Plans

These are activity specific documents; they are developed to address all inspection and testing requirements relevant to a specific activity. They make reference to the following:

a) Activity description.

b) Responsibility.

c) Reference to Technical Specification clauses.

d) Reference to relevant codes/standards.

e) inspection/test requirements.

f) Inspection category (Hold, Witness, Surveillance, Record review).

g) Redco International WI! acceptance criteria as per the project specification and/or applicable codes and standards.

h) Make reference to supporting documentation (Inspection Records/Test Reports/MS ... etc.)

6.1.2 Inspection Records and Test Reports

Inspection Records and Test Reports are to verify that inspections and testing are carried out in accordance with the project specified requirements, and applicable codes and standards.

6.2 Inspection

6.2.1 Off-site inspection

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I\edco International WLL Inspection & Testing Date: 10/06/2009 a) Off site inspections will be carried out for major (or specific) materials, and when required by the Main Contractor, to ensure compliance prior to delivery to site. Inspection and test requirements are indicated to suppliers at the procurement stage.

b) Frequent visits will be made to the premises of concrete and reinforcement suppliers to ensure that their works and supplied material conform to the project specified requirements.

c) Records of off site inspections shall form part of the project quality records and shall be maintained by the QAlQC Engineer.

6.2.2 Receiving inspection

a) Material received on site will be inspected to ensure it is conforming to the project specified requirements. Receiving inspection on materials will be carried out as per RI/BR/PQP/05 (Control of Materials).

b) Documents relevant to the materia! received, including mil! certificates, test records, conformance certificates, etc., shall be compiled materia! verification record, and maintained by the QAlQG Engineer. Such documents are part of the

project quality records. .

6.2.3 In-process Inspection

a) Verification controls (Hold points) will be carried out as identified on the relevant ITP during the construction process to verify conformity.

b) No work will be covered up or released for further activities until it is inspected, as required, and released.

c) Non-conforming activities wii; be put on hold until a corrective action, approved by the Consultant, is taken to rectify the non-conformity. Such works shall be reinspected.

6.2.4 Final inspection

a) Prior to the handing over of the works, or part of the works, a final inspection will be carried out to ensure compliance to project requirements.

b) A Snag List shall be prepared to record snags and their classification, and methods of rectification required.

c) After rectification, a re-inspection is carried out to ensure conformity.

d) Final inspection for hand-over purposes shall be carried out, and hand over documentation shall be in accordance with RIIBRlPQP/04 (Project Planning, Execution and Delivery).

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I\edco International WLL Inspection & Testing Date: 10/06/2009 6.3 Testing

6.3.1 On-site or Factory laboratory Testing

III REDeo iNTERNATiONAL Wll shall submit to the Main Contractor the prequalification documentation of its proposed Independent Testing laboratory (ITl) for approval to carry out on site & off site tests as per approved ITP.

III Following the setting up of the site laboratory, all equipment to be used in the testing activities shall be calibrated; calibration certificates shall be submitted to QA/QC along with a list of equipment showing due calibration dates for all.

III The ITl shall submit to QA/QC a list of laboratory forms/records/reports to be used for each type of test. Blank copies of all shall also be submitted.

III Copies of the project approved ITP's shall be forwarded by the QCE to the ITl clearly showing, for each work package or activity:

1. Type and frequency of tests required.

2. Applicable codes and standards.

3. Acceptance criteria as per project specification and / or QCS2002.

It The originator of the RFI(Request for inspection & Approval) shall indicate on the RIA whether or not any tests are required (concrete, rebar, grout, etc.) This information shall be obtained from the relevant ITP.

III QA/QC shall forward a copy of the Schedule of Inspections (SOl) to the main contractor and/or ITl for the planning of next day testing activities. Any changes/modifications to this schedule shall be reported to the main contractor and/or ITL.

@ Upon receiving the Sal, the tTL shall plan their works accordingly to ensure that required tests are carried out as planned.

e All tests shall be carried out at factory laboratory of Redco International WII as per proiect specification, QCS 2002, applicable codes and standards. Working test reports shall be forwarded to the QA/QC Engineer as soon as they are generated. They shall show a detailed description of the element tested, test method used, the outcome of the test and whether the outcome complies (or does not comply) to the project specifications.

II The ITL shall report to the QA/QC Engineer for any non-conforming test result as soon as it becomes known and without delay.

• The QCE shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the non-conforming activity is identified and proceed with further action as required by RIIBR/PQP/10 (Control of Non-conformances.)

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I\edco International WL.L Inspection & Testing Date: 10/06/2009 • The originals of all official typed test reports shall be forwarded, without delay, to the QCE for review and further submission to the Consultant.

e Test reports shall be controlled as per RI/BR/PQP/03 (Control of Quality Records).

6.3.2 Off-site Testing

• The site ITL, in coordination with the QCE, shall arrange for tests that are not within the capacity of the onsite factory laboratory, and therefore are to be carried out in their central laboratory and/or any third party approved laboratory. Samples for offsite testing shall be collected jointly (Main Contractor, REDCIINTERNATIONAL WLL and ITL) and properly identified/marked.

• The QA/QC Engineer shall notify the Main Contractor of all off-site testing.

6.4

Notification to the Main Contractor of inspections and tests

• Coordination of inspection and testing activities between execution team, quality control team and the Maln Contractor is carried out through the use of the Request for Inspection and Approval (RFi).

• . Project/Site Engineers shall raise RFI for their works as per the requirements of the approved ITP. They shall forward these to the QA/QC Engineer 24 hrs. in advance of inspection time.

• The RIA shall contain detailed information on:

• Description of the works to be inspected.

.. Location of the structure/element to be inspected (A4 size sketch shall be

attached to the RFI highlighting the exact location of the works). 111& Drawing reference number.

• Date and time of inspection (RFI).

111& If any testing is required (concrete, soil density, etc)

CI No alterations, changes, or modifications shall be made on the RFI . In such cases, new documents shall be issued.

",

iii The QAlQC Engineer shall assign a serial number for each RFI; all RFI's are

compiled and entered into the "Inspections and Testing Register". The SOl for all next day inspections and tests shall be prepared by the QA/QC Engineer and copy forwarded to the Main Contractor.

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f\edco International WLL Inspection & Testing Date: 10/06/2009 e Copies of RFI's shall be given to the Site Engineer for use in future notifications (if one inspection is not performed on the day and time originally planned for, the Site Engineer shall use the same numbered RFI with new revision)

• Copy of the SOi shall be forwarded to the iTl for testing arrangements.

Ell When the works are ready, the SE shall inspect the same, sign the RFI and forward to the QAJQC Engineer for further inspection.

• The QAJQC Engineer shall continuously monitor the works. He shall inspect the works upon receiving the RFI from the SE and prior to the joint inspection with the Main Contractor's Representative.

• If the works are in compliance with the project specified requirements, the QA/QC Engineer confirms and perform the joint inspection with the Main Contractor's Representative and the Consultant.

• If the activity is not ready for inspection at the specified time, or it is not in compliance with the project specified requirements, the QA/QC Engineer shall coordinate with the SE, and inform the Main Contractor Representative of the new inspection time provided it is on same day. No need to raise another RFi if inspection is on same day. If not, new RFI is required (same number, but new revision as explained above), and the Main Contractor's Representative is notified that the inspection is cancelled.

III Depending on the outcome of the inspection, the following shall apply:

1. If the works are accepted, the Main Contractor should forward the RFI to Consultant.

2. if the 'Nork requires be reworking or repairing, the RFi is signed as not approved Copy shall be forwarded to the SE for action.

• The approved and signed RFI is the objective evidence that an activity is in compliance with the project specified requirements. It is a quality record.

• Once the documents are signed, the status shall be entered in the "Inspection and Tests Register". The QAJQC Engineer shall update the Register continuously so it reflects up to date status of inspectipns.,.

6.5 Inspection and test status

6.5.1 All inspected works/material shall be clearly identified to reflect their inspection status.

6.5.2 Inspection and test status of material is identified by using designated areas/identification for approved, rejected, or hold material,

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f\edco International WLL. Inspection & Testing Date: 10/06/2009 6.5.3 Inspection and test status of works is identified by the relevant quality records (signed RFls, test records, NCR, etc) clearly showing the status of the inspection/test.

6.5.4 Immediately following the inspection/test, the status shall be made known by the QA/QC Engineer to the Site Engineer (if was not present during the inspection) to prevent delays in processing into further activities, or to prevent misuse of non-conforming product.

6.6 Inspection and Test Records

6.6.1 Inspection and test records shall clearly show whether the product has passed or failed the inspection and/or test.

6.6.2 Copies of all test records will be made available to the Main Contractor as soon as they become available. Originals shall be retained by the QA/QC Engineer for handing over.

6.6.3 inspection and test records are part of quality records and shall be controlled as per RI/BR/PQP/03 (Control of Quality Records).

7,0 Attachments

7.1

ITP " inspection and Test Plan" sample (Q3)

7.2

RFI "Request for Inspection & Approval sample (Q12)

...

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f\edco International W.Lt. Inspection & Testing Date: 10/06/2009 6.5.3 Inspection and test status of works is identified by the relevant quality records (signed RFls, test records, NCR, etc) clearly showing the status of the inspection/test.

6.5.4 Immediately following the inspection/test, the status shall be made known by the QAlQe Engineer to the Site Engineer (if was not present during the inspection) to prevent delays in processing into further activities, or to prevent misuse of non-conforming product.

6.6 Inspection and Test Records

6.6.1 Inspection and test records shall clearly show whether the product has passed or failed the inspection and/or test.

6.6.2 Copies of all test records will be made available to the Main Contractor as soon as they become available. Originals shall be retained by the QAlQC Engineer for handing over.

6.6.3 Inspection and test records are part of quality records and shall be controlled as per RIIBR/PQP/03 (Control of Quality Records).

7.0 Attachments

7.1

ITP " Inspection and Test Plan" sample (Q3)

7.2

RFI "Request for Inspection & Approval sample (Q12)

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,. Document No: RIlBRlPQP/07
REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL
BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT Rev. 03
I\edco International W.LL Identification & Traceability Date: 10/06/2009 1.0

Scope

1.1

This procedure applies to all works, products delivered to, and products used in the permanent works of the BARWA City Phase I project 6 No. type '8' houses precast work Project.

1.2

"Product" in this procedure means material, equipment, and/or activity.

2.0

Purpose

2.1

The purpose of this procedure is to describe the methods to be used to ensure that identification and traceability status is ensured at all times.

2.2

The implementation of this procedure will allow for the tracking of nonconformity to back to its source.

3.0

References.

3.1

Contract Documents.

3.2

ISO 9001 :2000, Clause 7.5.3.

4.0

Definitions

4.1

Traceability

The ability to trace the history, application, and/or location of an item or activity by means of identification.

5.0

Responslblllties

5.1

It is the responsibility of all project personnel to ensure adherence to this procedure with regard to documents, materials, and equipment delivered to site and used in the permanent works.

5.2

It is the responsibility of the QA/QC Engineer to ensure adherence to this procedure with regard to inspection and test status of permanent materials and activities

6.0

Procedure

6.1

The PM, in coordination with the QA/QC Engineer, shall identify from the Contract Specifications, applicable drawings or other documents, materials and equipment which are required to be traceable and to what extent.

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f\edco International WL.L. Identification & Traceability Date: 10/06/2009 6.2 When defining traceability requirements, consideration shall be given to cost impact and the effect that a substandard product quality will have on production.

6.3 Suppliers of products, including sub-contractors, shall be made aware of traceability requirements by making special requirements for marking, tagging, certification etc.

6.4 The identification of products requiring traceability may take the form of certificates, stamps, tags, labels or inspection/test records that accompany the product.

6.5 All incoming material such as Gabbro, sand, cement, admixtures, rebar, strands, insulations, fittings, etc shall be recorded on the materials receive forms. The forms include information but not limited to the date of delivery, delivery note No, source of material, tags, certification, etc.

6.6 Relevant tests shall be performed if necessary as per quality procedure. If the material pass such tests shall be released for use. If material fails to meet the required criteria, it shall be rejected and NCR shall be raised for the material.

6.7 The concrete batching plant shall have all the relevant record of the materials used for each day of production. This record includes the source of material, delivery date and No, test status if any issued by the QC lab.

6.8 During the production of the concrete Elements the QC inspector shall confirm this record and note all data on the production record sheet.

6.9 Each concrete Element shall be assigned a unique no as per the approved numbering system. This no shall be written on the side face/or hidden face of the concrete Element.

6.10 The concrete Elements delivered to the site for installation shall have complete record of production and tests which include the 7 days and 28 days compressive strength test reports.

6.11 Site erection team shall erect these Elements as per approved sequence of numbering fro teach Element. Care shall be taken while erection of concrete Elements that the serial no of concrete shall not be visible.

7.0 Attachments

None.

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REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL
BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT Rev. 03
I\edco International \V,L.I., Control of Measuring & Test Equipment Date: 10/06/2009
1.0 Scope
1.1 This procedure applies to all inspection, measuring and test equipment used in the
works of the 8ARWA City Phase I project 6 No. type '8' houses precast work Project.
1.2 'Equipment" in this procedure include:
a) Surveying equipment.
b) Equipment used by Independent Testing Laboratory for on and off site testing.
2.0 Purpose
2.1 To ensure that all equipment used in the works are calibrated as per the manufacturers'
instructions, and checked at regular intervals.
2? To ensure that the results of all measurements and tests taken during the works are
.~
conforming to the accuracy required by the manufacturers' recommendation,
international recognized codes and standards, and/or project requirements. I
I 3.0
3.1
3.3
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
5.0
5.1
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References

Contract Documents.

ISO 9001 :2000, Clause 7.6.

Definitions

CSV

Redco Surveyor.

ITL

Independent Testing Laboratory.

ME

Material Engineer

Responsibilities

The CSV and ME is responsible for the operation of the part of this procedure applicable

. to surveying equipment. He shall ensure that all surveying equipment, Laboratory and plant equipment used in Ufe works is calibrated and properly functioning. The CSV and ME shall report to the QAl/QC Engineer when new equipment is brought to site and when used equipment departed from site.

Site surveyors and Material Engineer are responsible for ensuring that the equipment they are using is calibrated in accordance with this procedure, and for monitoring the equipment against damage and deterioration.

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5.3

The ITL is responsible for ensuring that all inspection and test equipment used in the works are calibrated and maintained as per the manufacturers' recommendations. i~,11 such records shall be made available to the QA/QC Engineer.

5.4

All subcontractors associated in the project's permanent works shall are responsible for the calibration of the equipment they are using in the works.

6.0

Procedure

6.1

All equipment, whether newly purchased or received from other source/site, will be checked for the availability of the calibration certificate prior to use in the works. The absence of the certificate will result in grounding the equipment.

6.2

Calibration certificates of surveying equipment used in the project works shall be maintained by the QA/QC Engineer and made available to the Main Contractor.

6.3

All equipment calibrations will be done by an independent calibration agency certified and authorized to do calibration by the equipment manufacturer.

6.4

AI! site surveyors and Materia! Engineer are responsible for timely re-calibration of their equipment. They shall inform the CSV and the Q/VQC Engineer of any due calibration at least one week in advance of due calibration time.

6.5 Each surveying equipment shall be checked by the site surveyor in field prior to first use of the day.

6.6 All equipment shall have a label clearly showing the serial number of the equipment and calibration due date.

6.7 Calibration frequency shall be as recorded in the calibration certificate, but shall not be less than the manufacturers' recommendations.

6.8 Any equipment that is found to be out of calibration will be removed from site. A nonconformance report shall be issued against the equipment.

6.9 When equipment is found to be out of calibration, a review shall be taken immediately for the measurements taken by the faulty equipment since the time it became out of calibration.

6.10 The QAJQC Engineer will continuously monitor the status of all surveying equipment used in the works to ensure control and compliance.

6.11 The QAJQC Engineer shall maintain records relevant to equipment calibration for all equipment used in the works. These records shall show the equipment description, serial number, calibration certificate number, calibration date, calibration due date, etc.

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6.12 The ITL shall keep in site laboratory copies of valid calibration certificates of the
equipment used in the project works. Copies of the same shall always be forwarded to
the QNQC Engineer department.
6.13 The ITL shall inform the QA/QC Engineer of any new equipment brought to site
laboratory for use in the works.
1.0 Attachments
1.1 Calibration Record Sheet. (02) Project Quality Procedure Control of Measuring & Test Equipment RI/BRlPQP/08 Rev 02 Page 3 of 3

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REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT Internal Audit

Rev. 03

R_edco International W,L.L

Date: 10/0612009

1.0

Scope

1.1

All project functions, including REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL suppliers and subcontractors incorporated in the permanent works of the BARWA City Phase I project 6 No. type 'B' houses precast work Project.

2.0

Purpose

2.1

To determine the conformity or non-contormity of the project quality system elements

with the project requirements, and '

2.2

To determine the effectiveness of the project quality system.

3.0

References

3.1

Company Procedure (Internal Quality Audits.)

3.2 3.3

ISO 9001 :2000, Clause 8.2. Main Contractor's quality system

4.0

Definitions

N/A

5.0 Responsibilities

5.1 The QAlQC Manager is responsible for the planning and execution of audits within the project organization, to ensure conformity to project requirements, and for maintaining, as part of quality records, ali documents related to audits.

5.2 All project staff, suppliers and sub-contractors are responsible to cooperate with the QAlQC Manager and provide him with any information required in relation to the audited procedure/function/system.

6.0 Procedure

6.1 General

6.1.1 Audits at project level will be undertaken by different parties at different timings to ensure compliance with the project requirements. Audits are of the following types:

a) REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL internal audits

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These audits are undertaken every 6 months on all REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL
projects. They are planned by the QAlQC Manager in the Head Office to determine
compliance of practices to REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL Quality System.
Redco International WLL internal audits are conducted by Redco QAJQC Manager and a
team of responsible from other departments.
I
I b) Project internal audits
The QAJQC Manager will conduct regular audits on the project functions to ensure
compliance to the project quality system, and to check whether the system requires any
changes in order to meet the project specified requirements. A schedule of audits will be
prepared by the QAJQC Engineer and will be submitted to the Main Contractor for
information.
c) Audits on suppliers/sub-contractors
These audits will be carried out by the QAJQC Manager on suppliers and subcontractors
incorporated into the project works as, when and where required, to ensure that their
products (materials/works) comply to the project specified requirements.
I d Main Contractor/Third Partv audits on REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL )

These are audits undertaken by the Main Contractor/Third parties on REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL quality practices at project level. The QA/QC Engineer (and other project personnel) will fully cooperate with the Main Contractor's auditor and provide him with all the information required. All records relevant to the works will be made available to the Main contractor upon request.

6.1.2 All project personnel shall coordinate with the QAJQC Engineer and Main Contractor's audit team during the audit and provide him with all required information.

6.1.3 The QAJQC Manager shall report to the MD, OM and PM aU observations, nonconformities or deviations from project requirements which arises during these audit .. The QAJQC Manager shall coordinate with the Operations Manager and the Project Manager on corrective actions required

6.1.4 All audit findings (audit reports, non-conformance reports) shall be recorded and maintained as part of the project quality records.

6.1.5 Audit findings shall be made known to the auditee with any raised non-conformances. It shall be made clear where the deviation from the project quality system and/or from the project specified requirements, does exist.

6.1.6 In the case of non-conformances, and following the proposal and the approval of the corrective action, follow-up audits shall be undertaken to ensure compliance.

6. 1.7 The corrective action close out report shall be submitted to the Main Contractor for

record.

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6.1.8 All records of audit findings shall be made available to Main Contractor at all time.
6.2 Planning and Performinq Project Internal Audits
6.2.1 The QNQC Manager shall prepare a "Project Quality System Annual Audit Program" at
the start of the project. The copy of audit programme shall be submitted to the Main
Contractor for information.
6.2.2 Project sections shall be audited on the applicable procedures of the Project Quality
Assurance Plan and/or other project procedures. A Quality Audit Checklist and Report
shall be used.
6.2.3 Audit Program/Checklist/Report shall be made available to the Main Contractor.
6.2.4 Audit Checklists/Reports are project quality records and shall be controlled as per
RIIBR/PQP/03 (Control of Quality Records).
I 7.0 Attachments
7.1 Quality Audit Checklist (L22).
..., r'\. .;r-' . _I'.L .....,. __ ~ __ J I 1.2

Ouanty AUal1 ,",eporqL22a) Project Quality System Annual Audit Schedule. (L22b)

7.3

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1.0

1.1

1.2

2.0

2.2

3.0

3.1

3.2

4.0

4.1

4.2

4.3

4.4

5.0

5.1

5.2

Document No: RIlBRlPQP/10

RED CO INTERNATIONAL WLL BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT Control of Non Conformance

Rev. 03

Date: 10/06/2009

Scope

This Procedure applies to all non-conforming products for the civil works at the BARWA City Phase I project 6 No. type 'B' houses precast work Project

"Product" in this procedure means work, material, equipment, and document.

Purpose

To prevent the inadvertent use of non-conforming products .

To ensure that corrective/preventive actions are taken to rectify the non-conformity, and to prevent occurrences/reoccurrences.

References

Contract Documents.

ISO 9001 :2000, Clauses 8.3,8.4 and 8.5.

Definitions

Non-Conform ity:

Non-fulfillment of project specified requirement.

Corrective action:

Action taken to eliminate the causes of an existing nonConformity, defect, or other undesirable situation in order to prevent re-occurrence.

Preventive action:

Action taken to eliminate the causes of a potential nonConformity, defect, or undesirable situation in order to prevent occurrence.

NCR:

Non-Conformance Report.

Responsibilities

All project personnel are responsible for reporting any observed non-conformity to their supervisor or to the QA/QC Manager/Engineer.

The QA/QC Manager/Engineer is responsible for the implementation of this procedure, and for maintaining records for all issued NCRs including disposition, corrective and preventive actions, status of follow up inspections and close out status.

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The Project Engineers are responsible for ensuring that corrective/preventive actions are carried out as approved.

The QAlQC Manager/Engineer will inform Main Contractor for any non conformance act accordingly.

5.3
5.4
6.0
6.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
I
6.1.4 Procedure

Observation and Reporting of Non-conformances

All project members are responsible for reporting quality related faults and deficiencies to their supervisors and/or to the QAlQC Manager/Engineer.

When a fault or deficiency is found to be not in fulfillment of the specified requirements, or when the fault or deficiency is repeated, it is classified as a non-conformity, and a Non-conformance Report shall be issued.

The initiator of a Non-conformance Report shall describe the nature of the concern with specific information such as location, type, drawing ref. etc. and forward it to the QAlQC Manager/Engineer for further action.

6.1.5 The QAiQC Manager/Engineer shall immediately take measures to ensure that the nonconforming product is identified, segregated, and put on hold from further use.

6.1.6 All Project Engineers are responsible for ensuring that no non-conforming product is used in the works. Non-conforming works shall not proceed further before approved corrective actions are taken to bring the works to the project specified requirements.

6.1.7 All NCR shall be reported to Main Contractor and monthly NCR register shall be submitted accordingly.

6.2 Review and Disposition of Non-conformances

6.2.1 The QAJQC Manager/Engineer shall:

a) Register the NCR by allocating a sequential number.

b) Evaluate the cause and effect of the non-conformity.

c) Consider supplementary information relative to the case, including records from earlier actions of similar or identical non-conformances.

d) Evaluate the extent of deviations from the specified requirements.

6.2.2 The QAlQC Manager/Engineer, based on the review above and in coordination with the area site engineer, or with the PM, shall consider the type of recommended corrective action to be taken in order to rectify the non-conformity.

6.2.3 Non-conformances are disposed as follows:

a) Rework to meet the specified requirement (no approval is required from Main Contractor)

b) Use as is, or repair to meet the specified requirements (approval from the Main Contractor is required)

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6.3.2
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c) Regard for alternative application (approval from the Main Contractor is required)

d) Reject.

Closure of Non-conformances

NCRs are not closed out until a follow up inspection is carried out to ensure that the product is rectified and is in fuli compiiance with the specified requirements.

No non-conforming product or rectified product shall be covered before it is re-inspected by the Main Contractor.

NCR raised internally shall be closed by the QA Manager after verification.

NCR raised by the clientfThird party shall be closed by the external agency who raised the NCR.

A register of project non-conformances shall be kept and maintained by the QA/QC Manager/Engineer. The register shall at any time reflect current up to date status of all non-conformances and submitted to Main Contractor

6.3.6 Status of non-conformances shall be reviewed on a weekly basis with the PM (internally) and with the Main Contractor dUring the weekly meetIngs.

7.0

7.1

Attachments

NCR Non-conformity Report. (Q19)

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REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL
BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT Rev. 03
I\edco International W.LL Corrective and Preventive Action
Date: 10/06/2009 1 Scope

This procedure defines the steps to be taken to ensure that proper investigation is conducted to the root cause of product, process non conformities including client complain BARWA City Phase I project 6 No. type '8' houses precast work.

Suitable corrective and preventive actions are drawn, agreed and implemented in order to prevent recurrence of Non-conformities.

2 Objective

3 Responsibilities

The QA/QC Manager/Engineer and Project Manager are responsible to ensure that these measure have been taken and satisfactorily

implemented.

4 Procedure for Corrective Action

Reviewing Non Conformance

Collect the non-conformity data and conduct analysis to identify the cause of non conformance.

Determine the Cause and Effect

Conduct an analysis of the symptoms in order to determine the root cause of the problem. Determine and agree on the effect/impact of the non conformance. This could be in terms of Cost- TimeContractual. In order to investigate the cause of non conformities determine the following

• Identify the requirements which have not been achieved

• Collect data of non conforming items, the quantity, frequency and, rdistribution'" ", .

• Identify When, Where and under what conditions 'the' non conformity occurred

., Identify what operation were being carried out at the time and by whom

Project Quality Procedure Corrective and Preventive Action. RI/BRlPQPI11 Rev 02 Pagelof 4

,. Document No: RIfBRlPQP/ll
'. REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL
BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT Rev. 03
Redco International W.L.L. Corrective and Preventive Action Date: 10/06/2009 Decide on action priority if there is multitude of NonConformity based on classification of Major-Minor, impact on progress etc.

Evaluating the action needed

Determining & Implementing Actions

Action 3 Ensure all site team is aware of the problem to avoid similar problem

Action1.Carryout agreed disposition method of the non conforming item, remove fit new one. Repair to meet specified requirements, scrap re-work

Action 2 Search for other similar cases

Action4 Ensure proper inspection/testing is conducted as per inspection and test plan

4.5 Recording Results of Action Taken

Throughout the corrective action process the following details shall be recorded

• The results of analysis ,. The root cause

@! The actions proposed to eliminate the cause .. The action taken

• The results of action taken

Reviewing Corrective Action Taken

Follow up on corrective action shall consist on the following steps

e Verify the status of action

• Evaluate if action were performed in the best possible way ., Investigate whether the non conformance has recurred.

5.0 Procedure for Preventive Action

Project Quality Procedure Corrective and Preventive Action. RI/BRlPQPI11 Rev 02 Page2of4

5.1 Preventive Action hall be embodied in the following project quality procedures

• Management review

• Internal Audit

• Supplier/sub contractor section. Material procedure

• Document No: RI/BR/PQP/ll
REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL
BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT Rev. 03
I\edco International W,L.L, Corrective and Preventive Action
Date: 10/0612009 5.2 Also, determine potential Non conformity and their causes through the use of appropriate sources of information such as internal audit. Performance measurement, inspection and test record, project progress report.

The causes of the detected non conformity shall be promptly identified so that corrective action may' be taken and recurrence may be prevented, This may include the following

III Failure, Malfunctions or non conformity of incoming materials, process including construction methods, tools, equipment or facilities in \,AJhich products are produced, processed, stored.

@ in adequate non existing procedures/instructions

• Poor Scheduling

e Lack of competent skills

• Inadequate working conditions .. Inadequate planned resources " Inherent design fault

5.3 The condition resulting from these causes may be revealed by analysis of the following

e inspection and Test records e Non conformance reports

• Observations during internal audit

• Purchase complaint

• Management review result

5.4 Evaluating the actions needed

,'°0, .,

Determination of steps needed to deal with any problem/potential nonconformance require preventive actions.

Implementation of preventive actions and application of controls to ensure that is effective

Project Quality Procedure Corrective and Preventive Action. RI/BR/PQP/ll Rev 02 Page.iof 4

• Document No: RIIBRlPQP/ll
REDCO INTERNATIONAL WLL
BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT Rev. 03
I I\edco International W.LL. Corrective and Preventive Action
I Date: 10/0612009 Ensuring that relevant information on actions taken is submitted for Management review .

. --'.

Project Quality Procedure Corrective and Preventive Action. RIIBRlPQPI11 Rev 02 Page-lof 4

Document No: RI/BR/QAP
,. BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT
I PRECAST WORK FOR 6 NO. HOUSES TYPE "8" Rev. 03
Redco International W.L.L QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 APPANDIX 3

Inspection and Test Plans

The ITP's shall be prepared by the QA/QC Engineer as per project contract requirements.

Ri/BR/ITP/01 RI/BR I!TP/02 Ri/BR IITP/03

ITP of Material Testing

Precast Element Production

Precast Elements Erection

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Document No: RI/BR/QAP
,. BARWA CITY PHASE 1 PROJECT
PRECAST WORK FOR 6 NO. HOUSES TYPE "8" Rev. 03
Redco international W.LL QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN Date: 10/06/2009 APPANDIX 4

Forms and Records

Construction Division

list of forms

Forms

81a 81b E4 E5 E6 E8 G12a G12b H26a H26e K1 L22 L22a L22b 02 P2 P3

Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q9 Q10

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Q12a Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q19 Q22 Q23 Q33

Subject

Incoming Correspondence Log Outgoing Correspondence Log Document Distribution Sheet Document Transmittal Sheet Project Distribution Matrix Register of Test Report Submittal Materiai Submittal Register

Method Statement Submittal Register Material Requisition Record Sheet Material Issue Report Subcontractor/Supplier Evaluator Internal Audit Checklist

Internal Audit/Assessment Report Audit Schedule

Calibration Record Sheet

Delivery Note

Request for Delivery of Elements Prior to Erection Goods Receiving Notes

Document Approval Request

Concrete Pouring Quality Control Report Table Mould Monitoring Sheet Inspection of Mould Fabrication Reinforcement Assembly Checklist

Daily Quality Control Check List

Hollow Core Slab Record

Site Inspection Request

Material Inspection Request Storage Record

Post Four Checked Panel Daily Concrete Check List Concrete Test Data

Daily Early Strength Monitoring Sheet Non Conformity Report

Control before delivery on site

Repair Record

Precast Elements Inspection Report

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