Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Evaluation. February 16, 2005. A time of change. A/E Oversight Guidelines. This defining of roles and responsibilities paints a clearer picture of the responsibilities and relationships within CFL and consultants.
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February 16, 2005
THE CONSULTANT’S QA/QC PLAN:
Provides for quality checking and reviewing processes through all phases of product development.
Provides for involvement of the project manager in the control of quality.
Provides for adequate continuous QC during design and production.
Provides for the development of a Project Quality Plan.
Provides for the various review types used to control the work.
Provides for internal Quality Assurance monitoring.
Provides addressing, incorporation and verification of review comments and the use of a comment and response tracking form.
Provides for proper subconsultant quality control (including verification of document quality).
Provides for the retention and filing of QA/QC check copies and records.
Requires the use of a tracking and responsibility stamp or sign-off.
Requires the use of an adequate checking and back-checking system, including how to utilize the checking system.
Provides for the QC checking of manual calculations.
Provides for the QC checking of computer-generated calculations.
Provides for the QC checking of drawings.
Provides for the QC checking of specifications.
Provides for the QC checking of quantities and cost estimate.
Provides for the QC checking of environmental commitments and permitting requirements (including incorporation of commitments and requirements).
Provides for the QC checking of studies and reports.
Provides for the QC checking of construction stakeout reports.
Provides for a document and report format review.
Bridge quality assurance/quality control minimum requirements
Provides for the use and submittal of development and review checklists and QC control documents
Provides a certification that QC checking has been performed in accordance with QA/QC plan.
Provides for sealing and signing of documents (i.e. plans, specifications, reports, studies, etc.).
Provides for a final closeout and evaluation.