CEM 515 Process analysis & Improvement. Presented BY: Omar Abdulrahman Srour. Process Description.
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Presented BY: Omar Abdulrahman Srour
This process is followed by contractors working for Saudi Aramco LSTK & LSBP contracts for the procurement of major materials and equipments . The process starts upon the award of contracts to contractors and should be strictly followed while procuring long lead materials. The main milestones of the process are the following:
The Customers of the described Process are:
The expectations of Process Customers are:
The inputs of the Process are:
The Process Interfaces are:
The outputs of the Process are:
It has been noticed during the 15% external quality audit of this process hat the procurement department have placed orders to none approved vendors and an NCR have been issued.
Ishikawa fishbone diagram tool have been utilized to illustrate the possible causes of the problem
MR not followed during PO/IAP
Project Tam not aware about
Material technical acceptance not distributed to all relevant parties.
MR/RVL not followed
RFQ’s obtained from none approved supplies
Vendor approval conformance not obtained
PURCHASE ORDER PLACED TO UNAPPROVED SOURCES
Pro. Suvr. not verified the vendor approval while technical approval
RVL List was not followed during RFQ
QAM Not reviewed PO
Vendor approval limit not verified & confirmed
PO placed on assumption and experiences
Not discussed with VID prior to PO placement
Designer recommendation shall not be considered as vendor approval
Lack of coordination with proc.
Root Cause Analysis through Fishbone Diagram for NCR # 02
The Following slides shows the revised Process diagram and will be implemented on a pilot project prior to final implementation