Design activities are performed according to the procedures in Quality Procedures Manual, Design Control.
A QA/QC pre-review is planned just after the issue of P&ID and GA drawings at status “AFD” (approved for design)
Creation, modification, approval, dispatch and filing of documents follow the applicable procedures found in Quality Manual, Document Control.
This procedure defines the following for each document relevant to the Project.
Responsibilities for their preparation, validation, dispatch and filing.
Ways to ascertain that the correct documents issues are made available to the concerned people.
Sub-Vendor’s selection is done in accordance with the relevant PSC procedure found in PSC’s Quality Procedures Manual, Purchasing.
A responsible technical person is designated to be the focal contact point with each sub-vendor.
Specific and/or general technical specifications as indicated on the purchase orders and drawings issued to the sub-vendors.
Sub-Vendor Quality Control Plan
PSC furnishes the sub-vendors with Quality Control Plans (QCP) which are used as reference for the project audits at the sub-vendors facilities.
PSC reviews the QCP’s with the sub-vendors, so the quality requirements of the parts can be adhered to.
Inspections during equipment manufacturing are done as per QCP’s.
Sub-Vendors Quality Audits.
During the manufacture of the equipment, Quality Assurance Manager or his designee, will visit the sub-vendors to monitor the quality of the parts during their manufacture per Quality Procedure Manual, Purchasing.
Final inspection of the equipment will be done per Inspection & Test Plan, by the Quality Assurance Manager before shipment to check for compliance to the relevant purchase orders.