What is QA/QC?
QA - Quality assurance
QC - Quality control
This QA/QC is intended to determine the sequence of requirements for material quality, work, inspection and recording.
What are the basic required documents for a QA/QC personal?
ITP: To conduct the quality check
QCP: Quality Control Procedure
WP: Work Procedure
P&ID: Piping & Instrument Diagram, as a reference.
MTC: To ensure that the material complies the PES standard specs.
PP: To ensure that the tools are installed in accordance with PID & PP as appropriate
IDS/ISS: To ensure that the instrument comply with basic requirements.
RFI: Request For Inspection.
QR: Quality record
QCO: To issue a warning in case of little violation and observation
NCR: To issue a warning in case of serious violation of the standard.
Calibration report: To ensure parameters are function checked as per IDS.
Hookup: To ensure remote connections are done correctly.
Wiring diagram: To ensure the wiring is done correctly.
What is NCR?
NCR is Non-Compliance Report or Non-Conformance report. A QA/QC personal can warn the contractor if they don’t comply or violate the standard procedure.
What are the general Work Procedure (WP)?
Work Procedure steps:
Collect drawing & document
Reproduction of the drawing
Issue of drawing site
New-issuing new revision
Shredding of drawing
Transmittal of red lines of the client.
Restricted access to the DCO
What is Redlining?
Drawing will be Redlined if some changes occur from the approved standards while the project is being constructed. Colour coding used:
Red: If addition required in the drawing
Green: If deletion is required from the drawing
Blue: If any comment is added.
What are different kinds of certifications?
Intrinsic safety proof
What are the difference between Inspection, witness & Hold point?
Inspection: Work can be done without clients inspection.
Witness: It can be inspected on the completion of work without client inspection.
Hold point: Work can’t be executed further without client inspection
What is ISO?
ISO means International Standard Organisation, some of their standards are ISO 9000 QMS, ISO 14001, etc.,
What is loop check?
Loop check is an operational check of a control loop. Intended to find out the deficiencies in control loop/ field interface/ HMI.
What are standard heights to install the instruments?
A standard height to install instruments is 1 - 4 meters, it can be changed according to the site convenience.