What can we do for the owner? So, lets look at the diagram to the left. Some of the components of the owners Construction Quality Program are broken down. I have included a few items such as the Quality Manual, Standards, Inspections and Offsite Inspections. Within the offsite inspections I have noted few examples, more breakdowns of Quality components. Each item will have their own descriptive parameters within for the vendor, manufacture or supplier to meet as per the owners standards.
Defined within each item will be industry requirements that meet the owners defined foot print set forth in the Construction Quality Manual within the Quality Program.
The QMS or Quality Management System must as example support the owners project and will again be formatted out in the Construction Quality Manual. The QMS will assist designers, engineers, manufactures and contractors on framework and procedures needed to supply or work on the owners site.
Because of this, the owner will say, in order to do business with us, you must meet or exceed our QMS. As a result, costs associated with Maintenance, Sustaining Projects, Outages will be reduced. As a final note, Operations production costs will be reduced as less downtime of equipment and processes. The equipment meet the original and subsequent requirements of the Quality Program
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This data sheet pulled from the owners Quality Manual Standards of the Quality Program. This is an example of a data inspection format used for off site equipment inspections. The Quality Manual Standards really must have policy and purpose of enforcement to achieve the highest Quality, of a Quality Program. The standards can be the concrete of the QMS foundation. When adhered to, will result in better performance in operations, shorter maintenance time, costs and shorter or elimination of unnecessary outages
Within the owners QMS all forms can be linked to ISO's equipment identification, drawings, other associated standards on that lineup or process. Easily accessible by maintenance and engineering now and future outages or turnarounds.