Quality HSE Planning

Benefits and features of the T.A.S. Group Project QHSE Plans:

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Management Responsibility

Describes the quality responsibilities of all stakeholders.

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Documented Quality Management System

This refers to the existing quality procedures that have been standardized and used within the organization. 

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Design Control

This specifies the procedures for design review, sign-off, design changes and design waivers of requirements.

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Documented Control

This defines the process to control project documents at each project phase. 

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Emergency Response Plan

Controls that will be executed in the event of an emergency, such as an injury, incl  ement weather event, etc.

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Safety Meetings and Training

Controls in place to ensure safety meeting and training for employees are conducted.

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Non-Conformance

This defines the procedures to handle any type of non-conformance work. 

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Corrective Actions

This describes the procedures for taking Corrective Actions for the problems encountered during project. 

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Quality Records

This describes the procedures for maintaining quality records (matrices, variance reports, executed checklists etc) during project execution as well as after the project completion. 

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Environmental Controls

Controls put in place to lessen the impact on the environment, such as spill prevention and countermeasure plans.

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Purchasing

This defines quality control and quality requirements for sub-contracting any part / whole part of the project. 

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Inspection Training

This details the plans for acceptance testing and integration testing. 

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Quality Audits

An internal audit should be planned and implemented during each phase of the project. See our internal auditing services. 

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Training

This should specify any training requirements for the project team.