QUALITY CONTROL PLAN
- An approved Independent Testing Laboratory and Consultants to make sure that the materials should be in accordance with the approved Engineering Design Drawings and Specifications must support the Quality Control Engineer. He is responsible for coordinating and scheduling of the inspection and Testing as per approved independent Testing.
- The Quality Control Engineer must Supervised the quality assurance of work, testing preparation and submittal of the required documents. Furthermore, he should regularly submit monthly reports, Weekly Quality Control Reports and Daily Reports if required by the Consultants.
- The Quality Control Engineer is responsible for the evaluation of the materials arriving in site to be complying with the Technical Specifications. If the materials is not in accordance with the Technical Specifications. He should immediately notify the Consultants or removed the materials from the site to be changed with the approved one.
- No materials should be installed or applied in the site unless approved by the Consultants and the work should not proceed to succeeding activities unless with the approval of the Consultants.
- The Quality Control Engineer must submit a Request for Inspection to the Consultants and make sure that it is approved before commencing to the next activities.
- The Quality Control Engineer must continue inspecting the work to assure that it is conforming to the specifications until the completion of the work. Upon completion of the work, necessary testing must be conducted and required certifications must be submitted.
- He should be responsible for the submittal of concrete pouring request to the Consultant prior to the concrete pouring. No concrete pouring must be done without the knowledge and inspection by the Consultant and without the approval of Concrete Pouring Request.
- Materials delivered to site must be placed and stored in a safe place to avoid damages. Unload materials carefully and all damaged materials during unloading must be returned to be replaced by undamaged one.
- All deficiencies in the inspection must be rectified immediately with the consent of the consultants.
1.0 PROJECT MANAGER
- He has the full responsibility and authority to implement the Safety and Fire Prevention of the project.
- He is accountable for the costs of all accidents and losses sustained by his project.
- Maintain working knowledge of Safety and Health Regulations and safe practices commonly accepted by the construction industry.
- Ensures that all supervisors and employees meet their responsibilities and comply with the rules and regulations.
- Reviews Loss and Accident Report and initiates necessary corrective actions to improve noted deficiencies.
- Actively supports the Safety and Fire Prevention Program by setting an example by subordinates.
2.0 PROJECT ENGINEER
- He assists the Project Manager and will administer the Project Safety and Fire Prevention Program under the under the direction of the Project Manager.
- Understand the requirements of Client's Safety Program and their manual.
- Determine the cause of any accidents or dangerous occurrences and recommends means of preventing recurrence.
- He shall inspect the work site daily and investigates all unsafe practices / conditions.
- When unsafe practices / conditions or any safety violations are detected, he shall advise the supervisor to correct them.
- Keeps permanent records of all injuries and damages at the site.
- Responsible for the preparations, review and maintenance of needed record and statistical data as required by the Client and the Chief Project Manager.
- He has the authority to immediately stop the segment of work or in some cases the entire operations whenever he deems it unsafe to do otherwise.
- Set a personal example.
- The Project Manager for the compliance with Project Safety Program holds him accountable.
- Direct Supervisors for Safety precautions.
- Know the Safety Rules and Regulations required by the Clients and their manual and ensures that they are observed.
- Determine the most appropriate order and method of working.
- Explains the potentials hazards at each stage of works and indicates precautions to be adopted.
- Creates safety awareness by promoting safety meetings and talks by encouraging safety.
- Sets a personal example on site by wearing appropriate protective clothing and equipment's at all times.
- Familiarizes himself with the parts of this Safety Manual Applicable to work on which he and his men are engaged.
- Reports unsafe conditions and defect in equipment.
- Make sure that suitable Personal Protected Equipment (PPE) are available and that they are used.
- Assures the equipment and tools are maintained in good conditions.
- Set as a personal example to others.
- Uses the correct Tools and Equipment.
- Uses the Personal Protected Equipment (PPE) provided.
- Avoid any activity that would endanger self or workmates.
- Keeps tools in good conditions.
PROJECT SAFETY PROGRAM
PROJECT SAFETY PROGRAM -This section outlines the procedures of monitoring and controlling compliance with the Project Safety Program.
- Monitoring of project safety program is essential to assure its compliance, as such the following will be accomplished; The Site Engineer will make daily visual inspection of field works under in work site.
- A monthly safety evaluation with the Project Manager will be scheduled to review the following; i. Each "Stop Work" order issued in an imminent hazard situation during the previous month and nature of each violation. ii. Each safety violation report issued by the Project Engineer during the previous month involving non-compliance with safety recommendations by responsible supervisor shall be implemented.
- Appropriate remedial actions shall be made to frequent recurring problem areas which usually includes; i. Area of obvious lack of cooperation with safety effort. ii. Unnecessary delay in complying with safety recommendations. iii. Failure to instruct employees in safe works.
- At the end of each month, a summary of all safety violations covering the project's entire operation shall be made, any tendency towards a particular kind of violation affecting one or more activities, will soon become apparent. Step must be taken to find out why this has been happening and to prevent recurrence.