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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) CONTRAT JESA 4582K/12 ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS Projet Downstream – 2150

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) CONTRAT JESA 4582K/12 ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS Projet Downstream – 2150 –

CONTRAT JESA 4582K/12

ANNEX N

QUALITY REQUIREMENTS

Projet Downstream – 2150 – Montage Des Machines De Manutention

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND

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S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL 3

1.0

QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL

3

2.0

AUDITS

6

3.0

CRITICALITY ASSESSMENT / QUALITY PROGRAM

7

4.0

QUALITY CONTROL

7

5.0

VENDOR RELEASE

9

6.0

CONSTRUCTION QC

9

7.0

SOURCE INSPECTION

11

8.0

DOCUMENT CONTROL / QUALITY RECORDS

13

9.0

MECHANICAL COMPLETION / PRE-COMMISSIONING

13

10.0

THIRD PARTY QA/QC SURVEILLANCE

13

11.0

ENGINEERING QUALITY

14

12.0

ATTACHMENTS

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 1.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL The QA/QC

1.0

QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL

The QA/QC objectives for the work are:

- The work and completed PROJECT comply with the AGREEMENT requirements, with all applicable authority regulations and permitting requirements, and with sound and generally accepted engineering and construction practices.

- The engineering design is clearly documented and meets minimum acceptable design standards and the operating performance requirements.

- The equipment and materials procured and installed in the PROJECT are in accordance with the engineering design.

- The construction of the PROJECT is carried out in accordance with established construction standards. The same applies for Commissioning.

- The completed PROJECT starts up and operates safely as designed.

- Sound documentation is available to show proof of conformance to the requirements.

1.1

QUALITY SYSTEM

Rev. A - Unless otherwise agreed with CLIENT, CONTRACTOR’S proposed quality system shall provide for the planned and systematic control of all quality-related activities performed during design, procurement, construction, and commissioning. Implementation of the system shall be in accordance with CONTRACTOR'S Quality Manual and PROJECT specific Quality Plan, which shall both, together with all related and/or referenced procedures, be submitted to CLIENT for review and comment. The QA/QC system shall have a valid ISO-9001 2000 respectively 2008 certification or equivalent.

1.2

QUALITY PLAN

The Project Quality Plan shall include:

Narrative details of controls and verifications to be put in place to assure quality during each stage of the Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning.

1.3

QUALITY SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

CONTRACTOR'S Quality Management system implementation shall cover all applicable management aspects and shall impose the same requirements on SUBCONTRACTORS and VENDORS. The quality system shall ensure that the work as a whole is included from PROJECT initiation to handover.

The Documented Quality System to be implemented on the PROJECT shall be CONTRACTOR’S own system and procedures with the minimum of additions to cover PROJECT specific requirements. They shall include as a minimum:

a) The review and monitoring of the Quality System by an independent Quality Assurance organization within CONTRACTOR'S organization, staffed with sufficient and qualified resources to perform the work, including copies of valid quality certification by a recognized independent QA organization. Details of its organization and proposed resources for the PROJECT shall be

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS submitted to CLIENT together with the CVs

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submitted to CLIENT together with the CVs of key staff such as QA Managers and QC Managers for Home Office and field locations as applicable. An Organization Chart shall be submitted showing reporting lines and manning levels for the QA and QC operations.

b) A well-defined and documented quality policy signed by CONTRACTOR’S most Senior Management.

c) Rev. A - Document and Data Control Procedure to control status and ensure only the latest reviewed revision of data and documents are available for the work.

d) Rev. A - Procedures and instructions for the control and verification of design documents and design activities, including design changes at Home Office and Field locations. Field design changes procedure shall be available to CLIENT and utilized for all design changes after any document and/or drawing has been issued for construction. Where field design deviations are involved, a system shall be established to ensure that each deviation is traceable to the individual MECHANICAL COMPLETION package so that all accepted changes are verified as complete.

Where CLIENT approval of original design and/or design documents is required, CLIENT approval of design deviations is also required.

e) Methods for evaluating and selecting VENDORS and SUBCONTRACTORS must be approved by CLIENT.

f) Methods for ensuring that purchasing documents include all necessary approved commercial, technical and quality requirements and data.

g) Concession Request Procedure requiring details of the reason for the proposed concession and providing a list of drawings, documents and Specifications affected technical justification, cost impact and schedule impact. All concessions request shall provide a section for written CLIENT comments and approval.

A concession is required when there is a requirement to repair, recondition or reclaim released materials, equipment or work that does not conform to the AGREEMENT or specified technical quality requirements.

h) Procedures and methods for verification of purchased equipment, materials, and services by inspection, surveillance and compliance audit. The procedures shall provide for the interfaces necessary to co-ordinate with CLIENT, certification agency, or CLIENT'S designated inspection monitor and/or THIRD PARTY as required.

i)

Methods

inspection requirements.

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approving

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systems

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j) Procedures for the verification, control, storage, and maintenance of materials and equipment supplied by CLIENT, if applicable.

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k) Procedures for the verification, control, storage and maintenance of CONTRACTOR purchased materials and equipment.

l) Methods for the identification and traceability of materials and equipment from design and throughout installation.

m) Method for identifying the level of material certification requirements including chemical and physical properties to be provided in accordance with EN 10204 standard.

This element shall be incorporated into quality programs; however, for all pressure containing and load bearing materials, a minimum of EN 10204 3.1b certification shall be required.

n) Methods for the qualification, process control, quality control and documentation of construction activities to meet the specified technical and quality requirements. This shall include specific procedures and/or method statements detailing how an activity will be performed, together with the responsible persons and the verifying document produced.

o) Methods for inspection and testing of materials and equipment at the storage locations and the SITE.

p) Methods for the control, storage, and calibration of inspection, measuring and test equipment.

q) Methods for tracking the inspection and test status of materials and equipment.

r) Procedures for the identification, reporting, tracking and resolution of non- conformances during design in the VENDORS’ shops and at the SITE.

s) Procedure for documenting and controlling corrective actions.

t) Procedure for handling and storage of materials and equipment.

u) Procedure and plan for performing and documenting internal audits of quality related activities and external audits of SUBCONTRACTORS and VENDORS.

v) Methods for identifying, performing, and documenting training on the PROJECT.

w)

Methods

for

planning,

controlling

and

verifying

the

MECHANICAL

COMPLETION

and

pre-commissioning

of

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work

to

the

specified

requirements.

x) Rev. A - Where the word "documented" is included in this Appendix N, controlled written procedures and /or work instructions shall be in place to direct and control the work. CONTRACTOR shall submit for CLIENT review a list of procedures which shall apply to the PROJECT.

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y)

Rev. A - These procedures shall be standard throughout the duration of the PROJECT, unless on a case by case basis, the CLIENT accepts a variation(s). CONTRACTOR’S management shall appoint a permanent representative of CONTRACTOR’S PROJECT team during all stages of the PROJECT who will be responsible for ensuring that a Quality System and all quality issues are established, implemented and maintained in line with this approach.

z)

The PROJECT Quality Plan and related procedures as described above shall be submitted for review and comment within twenty (20) days of the execution of the AGREEMENT, otherwise work shall not be allowed to continue.

aa)

Rev. A - CONTRACTOR shall submit an organization chart describing the roles and responsibilities of the CONTRACTOR’S quality system to the CLIENT for review.

2.0

AUDITS

Rev. 1 - Throughout the work, CONTRACTOR’S Quality Assurance shall develop an internal and external system audit program for CLIENT’S review which shall include as a minimum an audit of every section and/or discipline of the PROJECT and the accepted PROJECT procedures and/or Specifications.

Follow-up audits shall be conducted at regular intervals on key areas in accordance with CLIENT’S approved program.

QC staff shall not be involved as auditors since they are not independent and the audits shall include evaluation of performance and effectiveness of QC.

In order to have confidence in the performance of CONTRACTOR'S quality system, CONTRACTOR will, in addition to its own internal audits, be required to conduct an independent quality system compliance audit. This will be carried out by the CLIENT or approved Representative. Such audits will be carried out on the System at the main offices where the work is being undertaken and on the SITE system at an agreed period following start of the SITE work. Any deficiencies noted during the audit shall be immediately rectified by CONTRACTOR. CLIENT follow-up audits will be necessary to confirm rectification. All costs of such follow up audits shall be borne by CONTRACTOR until acceptable compliance is achieved.

Rev. 1 - All SUBCONTRACTORS and VENDORS selected by CLIENT shall have a systems and compliance audit performed on them by CONTRACTOR, with the exception of those where CONTRACTOR can provide documented evidence of recent satisfactory audit or performance, for CLIENT review.

All SUBCONTRACTORS and VENDORS must have previous audit records or quality verification evidence satisfactory to CLIENT before award of Sub-contracts and/or Purchase Orders.

Where a SUBCONTRACTOR or a VENDOR proposes to subcontract more than twenty five (25%) of any stage of the work (i.e. Engineering, Procurement, Manufacturing or Construction stages) the same criteria as above shall be applied by CONTRACTOR except the audit shall be a joint exercise with the SUBCONTRACTOR or VENDOR.

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS In addition, CLIENT will also perform a

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS In addition, CLIENT will also perform a minimum

In addition, CLIENT will also perform a minimum of four (4) Quality, Technical, and Construction compliance audits at CONTRACTOR’S facility or on SITE. CLIENT will advise CONTRACTOR at least ten (10) days in advance of audits, except for the occasional spot audit. CONTRACTOR shall provide assistance and access to its systems and SUBCONTRACTOR and VENDOR systems as required. Any deficiencies noted shall be immediately rectified by CONTRACTOR.

3.0

CRITICALITY ASSESSMENT / QUALITY PROGRAM

In order to ensure all the design and specification areas are addressed and meet the requirements of the PROJECT, CONTRACTOR will be required, after the award of the AGREEMENT to carry out full criticality assessment exercises on every discipline area and/or system to enable individual quality programs to be developed.

This will involve development of a procedure to evaluate the risk and consequence of structure, containment, and equipment or material failure to personnel safety, the environment and continuous operational availability of the facility.

It shall also take into account, with documentation, new and special manufacturing considerations, difficulties and requirements for any special controls.

The results of the assessment shall be used to develop the minimum quality assurance and quality control requirements to be applied during Engineering, Procurement and Construction activities for each level of criticality.

It should be noted that this may involve higher levels of control above standard code requirements in high criticality areas and may involve upgrading details from other areas of the standard project conditions, EXHIBITS, etc.

4.0

QUALITY CONTROL

4.1

GENERAL

CONTRACTOR shall have a QC organization with sufficient resources to oversee the work.

Rev. 1 - The execution of VENDOR and SITE Quality Control shall be fully documented in procedures to be reviewed by CLIENT. These shall include, but not be limited to, the minimum requirements included in the relevant specifications and in this ANNEX.

Rev. A - No VENDOR or construction work shall start without full acceptance of the relevant QA and QC procedures with all comments incorporated. Reviewed to a minimum of "Comments Noted" by CLIENT (reviewed with comments) may be accepted where CONTRACTOR can fully demonstrate to CLIENT that such documents are distributed and comments complied with at the work locations. This will need specific written CLIENT agreement if applied.

Rev. A - Prior to any VENDOR inspection activity, VENDOR shall submit to CONTRACTOR for review and approval an Inspection and Test Plan based on accepted format. CONTRACTOR shall submit this Inspection and Test Plan to

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS CLIENT for review. CLIENT shall mark on

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS CLIENT for review. CLIENT shall mark on the

CLIENT for review. CLIENT shall mark on the Inspection and Test Plan any activities they wish to witness. All inspections shall be carried out in accordance with accepted Inspection and Test Plans.

Rev. A - Prior to any construction inspection activity, CONTRACTOR shall submit an Inspection and Test Plan also based on the accepted format to CLIENT who shall mark on the Inspection and Test Plan any activities CLIENT wishes to witness. All inspections shall be carried out in accordance with accepted Inspection and Test Plans. For subcontracted activities, SUBCONTRACTOR shall first submit the Inspection and Test Plan to CONTRACTOR for approval.

Hold and Witness points and the notification period associated shall be included within the CONTRACTORS approved program.

The inspection, testing, traceability, certification, etc., requirements for each item or activity are given in the relevant specifications.

The level of inspection specified in the Inspection and Test Plan shall reflect the Criticality Rating subject to the minimum levels given in Attachment 002.

The report pro-forma for each inspection stage shall be attached to the Inspection and Test Plan.

Any non-conformance detected during inspection shall be processed and corrected using the applicable non-conformance procedure.

4.2 SUBCONTRACTOR AND VENDOR QUALITY CONTROL

For all activities Inspection and Test Plans (ITPS) shall be developed and implemented by CONTRACTOR, SUBCONTRACTORS and VENDORS. These shall detail the following areas in a matrix format:

Quality verification activity/stage;

Reference Document/Procedure or Method Statement to perform activity including specific reference to actual section/page;

Acceptance criteria;

Records produced/Type of Certificate.

The ITP shall cover the major quality related activities in chronological order from initial drawings through manufacturing, construction, process controls to final testing, documentation and certification.

Against each activity and/or stage, well planned space shall be created in the schedule provided for all PARTIES including CLIENT to mark their QC involvement.

Rev. A - CLIENT shall have the right to review all ITPs and related Procedures and add their comment and actual witness involvement.

SUBCONTRACTORS and VENDORS shall submit their non-conformance procedures for approval to CONTRACTOR prior to start of work.

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Rev. A - All CONTRACTOR’S VENDOR and SUBCONTRACTOR inspection reports and release notes shall be submitted to CLIENT. The format of these reports shall be reviewed by CLIENT however as a minimum they shall include the following sections:

Rev. A - Documentation review status;

Problems and areas of concern;

New and outstanding non-conformances;

Detail reference to Inspection Test Plan stage;

Written details of work performed and acceptability to acceptance criteria.

CLIENT shall have the right to witness any test. Where CLIENT has added its involvement on an ITB it shall be given fourteen (14) days written notice of every witness or hold point and confirmation of the stage at least forty eight (48) hours prior to the actual activity. Any delays due to late notification or late cancellation shall be borne by CONTRACTOR.

The provisions in this ANNEX, and generally throughout Attachments 001 and 002, apply equally to any THIRD PARTY inspection body that CONTRACTOR may appoint to carry out inspections on his behalf. If such is the case a procedure shall be prepared to detail the responsibilities of THIRD PARTY inspection body and interfaces with CONTRACTOR. This procedure shall be submitted to CLIENT. Any such employment of a THIRD PARTY inspection body by CONTRACTOR is separate and distinct from CLIENT employed THIRD PARTY QA/QC Surveillance.

5.0

VENDOR RELEASE

CONTRACTOR shall put in place a release certificate scheme which identifies all documents that are approved, there are no outstanding technical queries, non- conformances or concessions not fully closed out and that the release inspector is fully aware of the final document status.

The release certificate shall be used as the trigger to allow the inspector to release the materials and equipment if he finds the final inspection acceptable and a copy of this certificate shall be forwarded to CLIENT before release.

6.0

CONSTRUCTION QC

All activities, except simple activities as agreed upon by the PARTIES, shall be clearly defined in the procedures and method statement detailing the technical and actual Scope of work, how it will be performed, where it will be performed, who is responsible for the activity, who is responsible for verifying the activity and which record and/or verification document shall be produced.

Rev, A - All Weld Procedure and welder qualification tests shall be subject to witness by CLIENT or CLIENT THIRD PARTY INSPECTOR.

Rev. A - All other Procedures (e.g. Bolting/Mounting) and qualification tests (e.g. mechanic) shall be subject to witness by CLIENT or CLIENT THIRD PARTY INSPECTOR.

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS All stages of construction shall be controlled

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS All stages of construction shall be controlled by

All stages of construction shall be controlled by ITPs identical to the above SUBCONTRACTOR and VENDOR format detailing the quality verifications performed by CONTRACTOR construction and Quality Control organizations with allowance for CLIENT QC surveillance and/or witness mark up.

All QC activities and listing status and/or records shall be compiled on a database referencing the appropriate ITP, procedure and certification so that the QC status can be continually monitored as work progresses.

CLIENT shall be provided with a weekly update of all QC problems on SITE together with a regular and brief description of all non-conformances issued. Qualitative as well as quantitative (schedule impacting) mitigation actions shall be defined and followed up upon.

CONTRACTOR’S QC Manager shall be delegated the authority and immediate access to CONTRACTOR’S senior management to stop any work that is non- conforming.

As part of their own Quality System, CLIENT will operate their own non-conformance reporting to CONTRACTOR. On receipt of CLIENT non-conformance reports, CONTRACTOR shall prepare a corrective action plan within three (3) days. Where such non-conformances are identified as major, the affected work shall be suspended.

Rev.A1 - Where CLIENT has concerns over the quality of the WORK, it shall have the right to re-test. Where work is covered over, the re-test shall include removal of covering. No work shall be covered without the accepted procedures and ITPs being followed, therefore MECHANICAL COMPLETION shall not be confirmed until all QC activities are signed off.

CONTRACTOR shall implement the following:

Ensure that proper technical support is obtained from independent specialists in specific cases of quality concerns. This shall be executed in a timely manner to avoid delays in the progress of the WORK. Timely development and finalisation of CONTRACTOR’S QA/QC program is required to avoid impacts on construction works.

The role of inspection agencies shall be clearly defined in QA/QC Program Procedures. All witness and hold points shall be clearly defined, inspections properly scheduled and documentation signed off by the responsible inspectors.

CONTRACTOR shall use its own independent inspectors and not be reliant on CLIENT’S third party inspectors. CONTRACTOR shall provide adequate QA/QC staff to identify discrepancies. Large numbers of SITE discrepancies and punch-list items raised by CLIENT is an indication of inadequate CONTRACTOR QA/QC coverage. In such a case, it is up to the CLIENT to decide to exchange CONTRACTOR personnel immediately with more, CLIENT accepted, qualified personnel.

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS Develop a list of method statements for

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS Develop a list of method statements for all

Develop a list of method statements for all critical activities. Method statements shall be reviewed and developed into quality control procedures for SITE control, with input from Engineering and Construction.

CONTRACTOR shall submit, with their QA/QC Plan, their training methodology for CLIENT’S review and acceptance.

7.0 SOURCE INSPECTION

7.1 GENERAL

CONTRACTOR shall perform source inspection on goods purchased for inclusion in the design and construction for the PROJECT. Inspections shall be planned, performed, and documented in accordance with the requirements of ANNEX N, CONTRACTOR’S established inspection procedures and the following co-ordination requirements.

7.2 CO-ORDINATION

CONTRACTOR shall prepare anticipated weekly testing programs providing CLIENT and THIRD-PARTY Inspection Agencies with a minimum of ten (10) days advanced notice for their attendance at critical equipment inspections and/or tests.

7.3 RADIOGRAPHY AND NDE WORK

Radiography and NDE work shall be performed in compliance with the requirements of PROJECT specifications.

7.4 INSPECTION GUIDELINES

Rev. A - Witnessing of designated inspections and tests shall be determined by CONTRACTOR and accepted by CLIENT. Provision shall be made for inspection participation by CLIENT and an independent THIRD PARTY Inspection Agency directly reporting and responsible to CLIENT.

Any inspecting or testing of any part of the goods at any place where it is located or in preparation which is required under the specifications shall be the responsibility of CONTRACTOR. Note: code inspection requirements shall be the responsibility of the VENDORS and confirmed by the CONTRACTOR (e.g. U-Stamp inspection).

CLIENT shall be entitled at all reasonable times during manufacture to inspect and witness test on VENDORS’ and SubVENDORS’ premises, the materials and workmanship of the goods as far as they are subject to inspecting and testing as specified in AGREEMENT. Such inspection and/or testing shall not release CONTRACTOR from any of its obligations under the AGREEMENT.

CLIENT may appoint an independent inspection authority for carrying out such inspection and witnessing of tests.

CONTRACTOR shall notify CLIENT a minimum of ten (10) days in advance of the date, the place at which any part of the goods will be ready for testing. The method

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS of notification shall be agreed upon between CLIENT

of notification shall be agreed upon between CLIENT and CONTRACTOR. Should any postponement become necessary, CONTRACTOR shall provide written notification of same at least forty eight (48) hours prior to the originally scheduled date. CLIENT shall give CONTRACTOR forty eight (48) hours notice in writing of its intention to attend the test or to ask for a postponement of not more than forty eight (48) hours, if required, provided this does not have a detrimental effect on the completion/shipping of the goods.

CONTRACTOR shall provide or shall ensure VENDOR provides all necessary equipment, access, labor and instruments and the like to enable the carrying out of such inspection and testing.

If CLIENT desires to re-inspect any portion of the work, CONTRACTOR shall provide all reasonable assistance and access.

Should any part of the goods inspected or tested not comply with the specifications or sound engineering practice, CLIENT shall notify CONTRACTOR and CONTRACTOR shall rectify and remove the causes of such objections and inspection or testing shall be repeated. Rejected or objected material, equipment or workmanship shall not release CONTRACTOR from any obligation under the AGREEMENT.

Rev. 1 - CONTRACTOR shall determine for CLIENT’S review, the class of inspection to be implemented, by the use, service, safety criteria, and complexity of the equipment.

Random batch or lot inspection shall be defined as a minimum 10 percent (10%) sample of the total quantity purchased on each order and not less than 10 percent (10%) of bulk items in respect to the class of inspection assigned.

The indicated inspection and testing by CONTRACTOR shall not relieve the VENDOR of the item from its obligations to ensure conformance to the purchase order.

Rev. A - The extent of inspection and testing by CONTRACTOR, as per CLIENT accepted class of inspection shall include, but not be limited to:

Statutory requirements Insurance requirements CLIENT’S inspection procedures

Statutory requirements Insurance requirements CLIENT’S inspection procedures
Statutory requirements Insurance requirements CLIENT’S inspection procedures

7.5 SUGGESTED CLASS OF INSPECTION

The actual class of inspection assigned to a specific piece of equipment or type of bulk material shall be determined by CONTRACTOR, reviewed by CLIENT, and shall take into consideration the VENDOR’S quality system and quality history, the equipment design maturity, and the maturity of the manufacturing processes, the type, use, and characteristics of the equipment.

7.6 INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS

CONTRACTOR’S Inspection Requirements for the PROJECT shall be derived from applicable codes as used in CONTRACTOR’S basis of design and ANNEX N.

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS CONTRACTOR shall ensure that its inspection procedures

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS CONTRACTOR shall ensure that its inspection procedures and

CONTRACTOR shall ensure that its inspection procedures and plans comply with these requirements.

8.0

MECHANICAL COMPLETION / PRE-COMMISSIONING

This milestone has not been achieved until all QC checks have been completed and signed off. All punch list items shall be identified and all critical activities (Punch list A and B items) cleared.

CONTRACTOR shall put in place procedures during the design stage which plan and identify all system tests required and ensures that each activity is formally verified by signed documentation and/or certification.

All systems shall be fully punched out by CONTRACTOR before being offered for MECHANICAL COMPLETION.

Where CLIENT identifies significant extra punch list items, CLIENT staff time shall be back-charged to CONTRACTOR and if this cannot be resolved, CONTRACTOR shall employ an approved THIRD PARTY to punch out the remaining work.

CLIENT sign off of all appropriate documents shall be made before any system is energized for testing.

Status of all testing shall be maintained on a database throughout the MECHANICAL COMPLETION and pre-commissioning activities.

09.0

THIRD PARTY QA/QC SURVEILLANCE

CLIENT may employ a THIRD PARTY to perform design appraisal, inspection surveillance and specific witness of key QC activities, both in the VENDORS works and on the SITE.

Rev. A - CONTRACTOR will be given details of the THIRD PARTY and its involvement once the criticality assessment exercise is complete and accepted.

CONTRACTOR shall provide copies of all Purchase Orders, subcontracts and related SPECIFICATIONS direct to the THIRD PARTY before any pre-inspection meeting. CONTRACTOR shall also continually update the THIRD PARTY with the latest revisions of drawings, and documents related to individual Purchase Orders throughout the course of the Purchase Order life. Each update shall be Purchase Order specific.

CONTRACTOR shall provide the THIRD PARTY with copies of all construction SITE QA and QC documents and keep them regularly updated with all revisions throughout the course of the WORK.

Where Design Appraisal is involved, CONTRACTOR shall provide the THIRD PARTY with a design appraisal package of all relevant drawings and procedures. Where subsequent revisions are required CONTRACTOR shall forward the details to THIRD PARTY.

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS All communications from a THIRD PARTY to CONTRACTOR

All communications from a THIRD PARTY to CONTRACTOR will be directed through CLIENT.

10.0 ENGINEERING QUALITY

The following represent minimum requirements for achieving quality for Engineering work:

1. Review the basic engineering, including the Basic Design Engineering. Any deficiencies found after execution of the AGREEMENT shall be considered as Standard Engineering Development.

2. Review the scope that was used during Basic Design prepare studies, update and/or prepare new documents and drawings as required for detailed engineering.

3. Review all existing survey data and carry out additional surveys as CONTRACTOR deems necessary.

4. CONTRACTOR shall establish and implement procedures to control and verify the Design Engineering (including HSE-in-Design) and Procurement phases of the WORK to ensure that all AGREEMENT requirements are met.

5. Design and engineering deliverables / sets of deliverables shall be rigorously discipline checked and inter-discipline checked. Documented evidence shall be kept in file.

6. CONTRACTOR shall develop and execute a schedule of formal multi- disciplinary / multi-functional design reviews with involvement of all relevant stakeholders (model reviews, HAZOPs, Constructability reviews etc.)

7. CONTRACTOR shall document the way site specific codes and standards will be analyzed in conjunction with the AGREEMENT requirements and CONTRACTOR’S internal standards to ensure that the engineering design will comply with the AGREEMENT requirements, sound and generally accepted practices, and regulatory and authority requirements.

8. CONTRACTOR shall document how the SUPPLIER documents will be reviewed for being consistent with engineering design and for compliance with the applicable standards.

9. CONTRACTOR shall define the level of review and approval of all AGREEMENT design / scope of work documents.

10. CONTRACTOR shall ensure that the individual responsibility for each level of review and approval will be identified and exercised.

11. Rev. A - CONTRACTOR shall present identified engineering and design documents to CLIENT for review.

12. Rev. A - CONTRACTOR shall ensure that design documents prepared by SUBCONTRACTORS and SUPPLIERS that require review by CLIENT are first reviewed an approved by CONTRACTOR.

13. CONTRACTOR shall provide procedures to control design changes and to ensure that the level of verification is equal to the original design.

14. CONTRACTOR

keep a register of all Design Engineering

shall

documents.

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 15. CONTRACTOR shall document the flow of

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 15. CONTRACTOR shall document the flow of QA/QC

15. CONTRACTOR shall document the flow of QA/QC documents along the various stakeholders such as CONTRACTOR internal functions, other CONTRACTORS and CLIENT. Also filing and retrieval shall be addressed.

16. The document identification shall include a revision number which is incremented after each change. The revision number shall be included in the master register to record the current revision of each document.

17. CONTRACTOR shall ensure that users of documents have access to the latest master register to verify that the document in question is current and latest revision available.

18. CONTRACTOR shall ensure that all documents for which CONTRACTOR is responsible can be recognized as approved, or otherwise, and this without the need to refer to a second listing.

19. CONTRACTOR shall publish the names, signatures and initials of those responsible for approval of documents and shall state the extent of authority of each signatory.

20. Documents including data files shall be kept secure and unauthorised access prevented.

alternative

21.

Output

calculations methods.

from

computer

calculations

shall

be

checked

by

22. The integrity and status of computer models stored on computer media shall be protected and preserved.

23. A register of design software shall be maintained. Design software for engineering calculations shall be validated and controlled.

24. Rev. A - Prepare the detailed engineering documents, drawings, design and purchasing specifications, which shall be in strict accordance with the specifications. Any deviation between CONTRACTOR’S design and purchasing specifications and the technical specifications, requires review by CLIENT.

25. Prepare

Control

PROJECT

specific

Quality

Assurance/Quality

procedures.

26. Obtain pertinent data and information related to the existing facilities through SITE visits for developing and verifying drawings and interfaces with details for all engineering disciplines.

27. Conduct hazardous operations (“HAZOP”) studies and piping and instrumentation drawing (“P&ID”) reviews in CONTRACTOR’S Home Offices or other location agreed with CLIENT.

28. Prepare required equipment, line and valve lists. Provide regular monthly list updates throughout the PROJECT highlighting changes from the previous issue.

29. Review VENDORS’ and SUBCONTRACTORS’ data, drawings and other documentation for all goods and services to ensure conformity with the specifications. Incorporate the relevant details into CONTRACTOR’S own design deliverables.

30. Witness performance tests at VENDORS’ shops for all major equipment and packages.

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 31. Provide engineering support for procurement and

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ANNEX N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 31. Provide engineering support for procurement and

31. Provide engineering support for procurement and construction, including assistance to SUBCONTRACTORS and VENDORS on the interpretation of specifications and drawings and error analysis.

32. Provide Engineering and Construction liaison at SITE by the assignment of key Home Office engineering personnel to SITE during construction and commissioning for process, civil, mechanical, electrical, telecoms, control systems, piping and pipelines work as a minimum to avoid delays and to provide expedient feedback.

33. Identify systems and sub-systems which are critical for safety, reliability or requiring external certification or approval (e.g. Lloyd’s). Provide list of codes, standards and procedures which will be used.

34. Address training / qualification required for key staff

35. Control the preparation of design briefs and engineering specifications

36. Control documents, including requisition, transmittal, review, approval, revision and distribution

37. Review of ergonomics of design

38. Control the interfaces between engineering disciplines, Contractors, systems, Control of specialist Sub-contractors.

39. Concessions and deviations

40. Review of overall design by experienced personnel

41. Qualitative and quantitative assessment of reliability

42. Assessment of HSE threats through HAZOP, quantified risk assessment etc.

43. Control and validation of certification for Hazardous Area equipment

44. Control of Engineering Dossier content, status, storage and retrieval

45. Control of documentation required for certification / approval by Government departments or their agents.

46. Design QA activities: Index of activities for the QA group, derived from applicable procedures identified.

47. Formal audit of design control, follow-up of corrective actions

48. Cost, time, resource sheets and plan for Quality activities, linked to project network.

11.0

ATTACHMENTS

1. Sample Quality Management Plan Outline

2. Rev. A - Sample Quality Forms (Note: Sample Forms attached include locations where “Client Approval” is shown. CONTRACTOR shall, for their own forms, use the words “Client Acceptance” where “Client Approval” is usually shown.)

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ATTACHMENT 001 SAMPLE QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN OUTLINE Annex N Quality rev

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ATTACHMENT 001

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SAMPLE QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN OUTLINE

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) SAMPLE TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 PURPOSE 2.0 SCOPE 3.0 IMPLEMENTATION AND

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SAMPLE TABLE OF CONTENTS

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) SAMPLE TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 PURPOSE 2.0 SCOPE 3.0 IMPLEMENTATION AND

1.0

PURPOSE

2.0

SCOPE

3.0

IMPLEMENTATION AND CONROL OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

4.0

QUALITY CONTROL AND NON DESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATON PERSONNEL

5.0

REFERENCES

6.0

INSPECTION AND TEST PLANS

7.0

REGULATORY AUTHORITY COORDINATION

8.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF MATERIALS – RECEIVING, INSPECTION, MATERIAL STORAGE AND PRESERVATIVE MAINTENANCE

9.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF CIVIL WORK – SOILS, SITE PREPARATION, EXCAVATION, FILLING AND BACKFILLING

10.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF CIVIL WORK, PILING, FOUNDATION AND PAVING CONCRETE AND GROUTING

11.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF STRUCTURAL STEEL ERECTION

12.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR INSTALLATION OF STATIONARY PROCESS EQUIPMENT

13.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR INSTALLATION OF ROTATING EQUIPMENT AND DRIVERS

14.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR PIPING SYSTEM INSTALLATION

15.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF FIELD WELDING NONDESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATIONS (NDE)

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) 16.0 PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUMENTATION/CONTROL COMPONENT

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA)

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) 16.0 PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUMENTATION/CONTROL COMPONENT

16.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUMENTATION/CONTROL COMPONENT INSTALLATION

17.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF PAINTING INSULATION, FIREPROOFING AND REFRACTORY

18.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF CALIBRATION OF TEST EQUIPMENT

19.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR BUILDING/ARCHITECTURAL CONSTRUCTION

20.0

PROCEDURE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF SYSTEM TURNOVER PROCESS

21.0

NON-CONFORMANCE AND CORRECTIVE ACTION (NCR)

APPENDIX 1

FIELD CONSTRUCTION QUALITY CONTROL MAUAL

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ATTACHMENT 002

SAMPLE QUALITY FORMS

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) ATTACHMENT 002 SAMPLE QUALITY FORMS Annex N Quality rev B 15 Dec.
JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) SAMPLE 001 A RELEASE TO POUR CONCRETE Plant No.: Item No.:

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SAMPLE 001 A

SAMPLE 001 A RELEASE TO POUR CONCRETE
RELEASE TO POUR CONCRETE

RELEASE TO POUR CONCRETE

Plant No.:

Item No.:

Drawing:

Concrete Type:

Inspection Complete:

Checked By

Contractor:

CLIENT:

This pour is released for placement of Concrete

QC Inspector:

Date:

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA)   SAMPLE 001 B     FIELD QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM  

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA)   SAMPLE 001 B     FIELD QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM   INSTALLATION
 

SAMPLE 001 B

 
 

FIELD QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM

 

INSTALLATION CHECKLIST - CONCRETE POUR APPROVAL

 

DATE OF

EQUIPMENT

 

INSPECTION:

 

No.:

 

JOB

UNIT:

DRAWIN

No.:

G:

Pour Location:

 

POUR RELEASEI INSPECTOR (INITIAL & DATE)

Area:

CIVIL:

Coordinates:

 

E & I:

 

MECHANICAL:

 

ITEM

CONSTRUCTI

 

QUALITY

REMARKS

   

ON

CONTROL

FORM WORK:

     
 

Dimensions

Elevations

     

Chamfer

     

Clean

     

REINFORCING STEEL:

     
 

Clearances

 

Spacing of Steel

     
 

Bar Size

     
 

Proper Lap

     
 

Secure

     
 

Clean

     

EMBEDDED ITEMS:

     
 

Anchor bolts, angles, channels, etc. (structural)

JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) Pipe sleeves/fittings (piping) Conduit/grounding (electrical) CONCRETE PLACEMENT: Proper

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) Pipe sleeves/fittings (piping) Conduit/grounding (electrical) CONCRETE PLACEMENT: Proper
Pipe sleeves/fittings (piping) Conduit/grounding (electrical) CONCRETE PLACEMENT: Proper handling Vibration Finish
Pipe sleeves/fittings (piping)
Conduit/grounding (electrical)
CONCRETE PLACEMENT:
Proper handling
Vibration
Finish
Admixtures
Q.C. DATA:
Est. Quantity (in cubic
yards)
Test Cylinders
Required
Design Strength
(psi)
SLUMP
TEST:
Log No. of Test
Cylinders
Atmospheric Temp
(deg. F)
Required
inches
Actual
inches
Time from Batching to
Placing (Mins.)
Weather
Conditions
Concrete Temp
(deg. F)
Water Added at
Jobsite (gal.)
Batch Ticket
No.
INSPECTED
CONSTRUCTION
DA
BY:
TE
QUALITY
DA
CONTROL
TE
JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) SAMPLE 002 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT CHECKLIST PROJECT No.:

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) SAMPLE 002 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT CHECKLIST PROJECT No.:

SAMPLE 002

SAMPLE 002

FIELD QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM

MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT CHECKLIST

PROJECT No.:

UNIT:

EQUIPMENT

 

No.:

DESCRIPTION

SERIAL No.:

 

SAT

N/A

REMARKS

EQUIPMENT SET, LEVELED & GROUTED

EQUIPMENT SET, LEVELED & GROUTED  
EQUIPMENT SET, LEVELED & GROUTED  
 

PIPING SYSTEM INSTALLED & CHECKED

PIPING SYSTEM INSTALLED & CHECKED  
PIPING SYSTEM INSTALLED & CHECKED  
 

EQUIPMENT CHECKED FOR “SOFT FOOT”

EQUIPMENT CHECKED FOR “SOFT FOOT”  
EQUIPMENT CHECKED FOR “SOFT FOOT”  
 

EQUIPMENT ALIGNED W/PIPING DISCONNECTED

EQUIPMENT ALIGNED W/PIPING DISCONNECTED  
EQUIPMENT ALIGNED W/PIPING DISCONNECTED  
 

PIPING CONNECTED & STRAIN CHECKED

PIPING CONNECTED & STRAIN CHECKED  
PIPING CONNECTED & STRAIN CHECKED  
 

FINAL ALIGNMENT W/PIPING CONNECTED

FINAL ALIGNMENT W/PIPING CONNECTED  
FINAL ALIGNMENT W/PIPING CONNECTED  
 

DRIVER ROTATION CHECKED

DRIVER ROTATION CHECKED  
DRIVER ROTATION CHECKED  
 

DRIVER RUN-IN COMPLETED (1/2 HOUR)

DRIVER RUN-IN COMPLETED (1/2 HOUR)  
DRIVER RUN-IN COMPLETED (1/2 HOUR)  
 

LUBRICATION COMPLETED

LUBRICATION COMPLETED  
LUBRICATION COMPLETED  
 

COUPLING MADE UP

COUPLING MADE UP  
COUPLING MADE UP  
 

COUPLING GUARD INSTALLED

COUPLING GUARD INSTALLED  
COUPLING GUARD INSTALLED  
 

DESIRED ALIGNMENT (WITH CORRECTIONS)

 

PIPING

 

PIPING

DISCONNECTED

CONNECTED

DRIVER

DRIVEN

DRIVER

DRIVEN

DRIVER

DRIVEN

HUB

HUB

HUB

HUB

HUB

HUB

CORRECTIONS

FOR BRACKET

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) INCLUDED: SAG FOR OPERATING TEMP: DRIVE DRIVEN R MECH SUPT DATE

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) INCLUDED: SAG FOR OPERATING TEMP: DRIVE DRIVEN R MECH SUPT DATE FIELD

INCLUDED:

SAG

FOR OPERATING TEMP:

DRIVE

DRIVEN

R

MECH SUPT

DATE

FIELD ENGINEER

DATE

QUALITY CONTROL

DATE

CLIENT

DATE

DISTRIBUTION:

PROJECT FILEQUALITY CONTROL DATE CLIENT DATE DISTRIBUTION : CLIENT SUBCONTRACTOR COST CONST. / SITE MANAGER QUALITY

DATE CLIENT DATE DISTRIBUTION : PROJECT FILE CLIENT SUBCONTRACTOR COST CONST. / SITE MANAGER QUALITY

CLIENT

SUBCONTRACTORDATE CLIENT DATE DISTRIBUTION : PROJECT FILE CLIENT COST CONST. / SITE MANAGER QUALITY CONTROL FIELD

DATE DISTRIBUTION : PROJECT FILE CLIENT SUBCONTRACTOR COST CONST. / SITE MANAGER QUALITY CONTROL FIELD ENGINEER

COST

CONST. / SITEDATE DISTRIBUTION : PROJECT FILE CLIENT SUBCONTRACTOR COST MANAGER QUALITY CONTROL FIELD ENGINEER MECH / PIPE

MANAGER

PROJECT FILE CLIENT SUBCONTRACTOR COST CONST. / SITE MANAGER QUALITY CONTROL FIELD ENGINEER MECH / PIPE

QUALITY

CONTROL

FIELD ENGINEERSUBCONTRACTOR COST CONST. / SITE MANAGER QUALITY CONTROL MECH / PIPE SUPT. Annex N Quality rev

MECH / PIPE SUPT.SUBCONTRACTOR COST CONST. / SITE MANAGER QUALITY CONTROL FIELD ENGINEER Annex N Quality rev B 15

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA) SAMPLE 003 INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN PIPING Job No. Dwg/Rev No.

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SAMPLE 003 INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN PIPING Job No. Dwg/Rev No. Code: Date: QC Inspector:
SAMPLE 003
INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN
PIPING
Job No.
Dwg/Rev No.
Code:
Date:
QC Inspector:
Title:
CLIENT Approval:
AI Approval:
Insp.
CONTRACTOR
Insp.
CLIENT
Insp.
Al
Inspection Required
Degree
Sign
Date
Degree
Sign
Date
Degree
Sign
Date
1.
Drawings “Approved for Construction”
2.
Mill Test Reports Verified (MTR’s)
3.
Material Verification
4.
Pre-fab Documentation Verified
5.
Spool & Line Identification
6.
Welder Qualifications Verified
7.
Welding Procedures Verified
8.
Welding Consumables Verification & Control
9.
Check Weld Fit-Up
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SAMPLE 003 INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN PIPING Job No. Dwg/Rev No. Code: Date: QC Inspector:
SAMPLE 003
INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN
PIPING
Job No.
Dwg/Rev No.
Code:
Date:
QC Inspector:
Title:
CLIENT Approval:
AI Approval:
Insp.
CONTRACTOR
Insp.
CLIENT
Insp.
Al
Inspection Required
Degree
Sign
Date
Degree
Sign
Date
Degree
Sign
Date
10
Pre-Heat Control
.
11
Monitor Welding Progress
.
12
Ensure All Welds are Identified
.
13
Visual Examination of All Welds
.
14
Radiography (RT) Completed Prior to PWHT
.
15
Ultrasonics (UT) Completed Prior to PWHT
.
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SAMPLE 003 INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN PIPING Job No. Dwg/Rev No. Code: Date: QC Inspector:
SAMPLE 003
INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN
PIPING
Job No.
Dwg/Rev No.
Code:
Date:
QC Inspector:
Title:
CLIENT Approval:
AI Approval:
Insp.
CONTRACTOR
Insp.
CLIENT
Insp.
Al
Inspection Required
Degree
Sign
Date
Degree
Sign
Date
Degree
Sign
Date
16
Post Weld Heat Treatment Completed (PWHT)
.
17
Radiography (RT) Completed After PWHT
.
18
Ultrasonics Completed After PWHT
.
19
Magnetic Particle Completed (MPI)
.
20
Liquid Penetrant Completed (LPI)
.
21
Final QC Inspection & System Completion
.
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SAMPLE 003
INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN
PIPING
Job No.
Dwg/Rev No.
Code:
Date:
QC Inspector:
Title:
CLIENT Approval:
AI Approval:
Insp.
CONTRACTOR
Insp.
CLIENT
Insp.
Al
Inspection Required
Degree
Sign
Date
Degree
Sign
Date
Degree
Sign
Date
22
Release for Hydrostatic/Pneumatic Testing
.
23
Hydrostatic Test Procedure / Test Completion
.
24
Pneumatic Test Procedure / Test Completion
.
25
Holiday Test (Jeeptest) Completed
.
26
Repad Pneumatically Tested
.
27
Service Test Completed
.
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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA)   SAMPLE 003     INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN     PIPING
 

SAMPLE 003

 
 

INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN

 
 

PIPING

 

Job No.

Dwg/Rev No.

Code:

Date:

 

QC Inspector:

 

Title:

CLIENT Approval:

 

AI Approval:

 
 

Insp.

CONTRACTOR

Insp.

 

CLIENT

Insp.

Al

 

Inspection Required

Degree

Sign

Date

Degree

Sign

Date

Degree

Sign

Date

28

Final QC Acceptance & Release

                 

.

29

Turnover Package Completed

                 

.

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JACOBS ENGINEERING S.A. (JESA)   SAMPLE 004     INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN     ELECTRICAL
 

SAMPLE 004

 
 

INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN

 
 

ELECTRICAL

Job No.

Dwg/Rev No.

Code:

Date:

QC Inspector:

Title:

CLIENT Approval:

 

Date:

 
   

Insp.

CONTRACTOR

 

Insp.

CLIENT

 

Inspection Required

Degree

Sign

 

Date

Degree

Sign

Date

1.

Drawings Issued “Approved for Construction”

           

2.

Inspection and Test Plan Issued

           

3.

Material and Components Verified (CSA)

           

4.

Field Changes and Modifications

           

5.

Welder Qualifications Verified

           

6.

Area Classification Drawing

           

7.

Verify Megger Prior to Installation

           

8.

Verify Megger After Installation

           

9.

Verify Hy-potting of High Voltage Cables

           
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SAMPLE 004
INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN
ELECTRICAL
Job No.
Dwg/Rev No.
Code:
Date:
QC Inspector:
Title:
CLIENT Approval:
Date:
Insp.
CONTRACTOR
Insp.
CLIENT
Inspection Required
Degree
Degree
Sign
Date
Sign
Date
10
Temporary Power Installation
.
11
Check Installation of Conduit and Cable Trays
.
12
Check Motor Run Ins
.
13
Drilling and Tapping of CSA Equipment
.
14
Check Grounding Systems
.
15
Check Equipment Storage and Handling
.
16
Bolt Torquing Completed
.
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INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN

ELECTRICAL

Job No.

Dwg/Rev No.

Code:

Date:

QC Inspector:

Title:

CLIENT Approval:

Date:

Inspection Required

Insp.

Degree

Insp.

Degree

CONTRACTOR

Sign

Date

CLIENT

Sign

Date

17

.

Final QC Inspection and System Completion

18

.

Final QC Acceptance and Release