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www.derby.ac.uk/technologyCollege of Science and EngineeringNatural and Built Environment Sensitivity: Internal6HX503CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTIONMANAGEMENTQuality Systems 2Session 5BTutorialDr Brian CounterSensitivity: InternalContent of today’s tutorial session▪ Lecture 5A▪ Assignment▪ Revision for Exam▪ Introduction to Case StudySensitivity: InternalCECM Assignment UpdateAs discussed, the introduction is around 1000 words (30% of marks) and around3 pages and should include:▪ Description of Context including type, size, scope, cost▪ Why and what type of quality systems are needed for this context.▪ An example from another similar project or context to support this▪ A general review of the benefits and shortcomings of quality systems▪ + all of the above needs to be referenced with 5-10 sourceswww.derby.ac.uk/technologySensitivity: InternalREVISION – TEST▪ Describe the 3 Levels of Check▪ What are the 4 parts of a QMS▪ What are the 3 Key aims of a QMS▪ What are the 7 Principles of a QMSSensitivity: InternalQuality and Safety Assurance and Audits and Checks▪ Level 1 checks▪ Supervisors 3 monthly/yearly compliance to standardsand frequency▪ Managers▪ Local engineers▪ Level 2 Internal▪ technical audits by Company professional▪ Safety/environmental/quality▪ Level 3 External▪ Client initiated and agreed with Client▪ BSI ISO9001 1SO14001▪ External HSE RAIB HMRI ad-hocSensitivity: InternalREVISION – TEST▪ Describe the 3 Levels of Check▪ What are the 4 parts of a QMS▪ What are the 3 Key aims of a QMS▪ What are the 7 Principles of a QMSSensitivity: InternalFour Parts of ISO9001: 2015 ▪ PLANLeadership PlanningSupport and Context ▪ DO Operation▪ CHECK Performance Evaluation▪ ACT ImprovementSensitivity: InternalREVISION – TEST▪ Describe the 3 Levels of Check▪ What are the 4 parts of a QMS▪ What are the 3 Key aims of a QMS▪ What are the 7 Principles of a QMSSensitivity: Internal3 KEY AIMS of a Quality Management System▪ Prevention of non conformances▪ Monitoring▪ ReviewSensitivity: InternalREVISION – TEST▪ Describe the 3 Levels of Check▪ What are the 4 parts of a QMS▪ What are the 3 Key aims of a QMS▪ What are the 7 Principles of a QMSSensitivity: Internal7 Principle of Quality Management Systems1. Customer Focus2. Leadership3. Process Approach – comply with ISO90014. Involvement and Engagement of People5. Mutually beneficial supplier and other relationships6. Continual Improvement – standardise best practice7. Evidence-based decision makingSensitivity: InternalHow do we assure?▪ Quality Systems & Technical Systems▪ Audits▪ Case StudySensitivity: InternalSensitivity: InternalKey Features of an Infrastructure SafetyManagement System▪ Accident and Incident Reporting▪ Policies & Procedures▪ Monitoring of working hours▪ Compliance to HASAW Acts and regulations▪ Safety Work Planning Method Statements and RiskAssessments▪ Safety of people and infrastructure, eg permits,schedules▪ Audits▪ Technical Non compliances▪ Training & competency▪ Safety Information▪ Site Safety Visits & Tours▪ Safety Initiatives▪ Communication▪ Meetings▪ Safety Action Groups▪ LeadershipSensitivity: InternalSample Audits – 3 TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION CHECKS▪ 3 types of Civil Engineering and Construction checks1. Compliance to technical standards2. Compliance to competency standards3. Special procedures eg floods, wind, temperature▪ Organisational checks for Contract Safety Case▪ Organisational Chart / Organogram▪ People – Posts on the chart▪ Job Description & Safety Responsibility StatementSensitivity: InternalHave you sorted these?▪ BEFORE▪ Access permits & Authority to work▪ Pre site Risk Assessments (RIMINI)▪ Method statements▪ General Policy Briefings Company Induction▪ Training needs▪ Audit protocol▪ AT SITE▪ Access Signage and safety warning signs▪ Security Welfare Housekeeping▪ Site Specific Briefing & Induction (sticker on helmet)▪ Site Checking arrangements▪ Shift InductionSensitivity: Internalwww.derby.ac.uk/technologySUMMARYTHE QUALITY FUNDAMENTALS▪Checks▪Systems▪Continuous ImprovementSensitivity: InternalInspection and Test Planswww.derby.ac.uk/technologySensitivity: InternalCan you find out how we assure Quality Assurance(Technical compliance)▪ Inspection and Test Plans▪ Technical Specs▪ SI▪ GI▪ As built drawings▪ Records of checks▪ Random site checks▪ Surveyswww.derby.ac.uk/technologySensitivity: Internalwww.derby.ac.uk/technologyYour Portfolio▪ 1 page for Quality (Technical)▪ Essential systems for your context▪ Essential standards for your context▪ Best Practice▪ QA systems▪ Technical reviews▪ Planning▪ 1 or 2 Examples from a work environment▪ Comments on benefits and improvement areas as anintroduction and conclusion to the portfolioSensitivity: InternalCase Study and Tutorial ExerciseSensitivity: InternalSensitivity: InternalExercise – Case Study▪ Tip up Lorry delivering stone at lineside▪ 6 am in November▪ Gate unlocked?▪ Stone tipped in right location?▪ Lorry left site with tipper up?▪ Light footbridge over tracks and access road▪ Bridge section fell onto lorry▪ Bridge section fell onto track▪ Train hit bridge and derailedSensitivity: InternalSensitivity: InternalSensitivity: InternalSensitivity: InternalSensitivity: InternalExerciseReview some of the major hazardsIdentify Risk AssessmentsPropose ProceduresSuggest audit regime

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