Based on observations made during the inspection and trial processes I found

Based on observations made during the inspection and

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I interned in Quality Assurance department for a period of two months. Based on observations made during the inspection and trial processes, I found out that there was a need of Standard Operating Procedure. The reasons are as follows; 1. There was an incident of material rejected being picked up for assembling, hence the need of SOP for inward material inspection. 2. In one incident, observer just missed getting severely injured during trial. Pressure in KAMVAC sludge holding chamber had shot up beyond 1.1 bars. 3. KAMPAC trial was done and was steered into open area outside main gate. It was then observed that a few areas of the machine were missed during painting. Those areas were inside compactor chamber. SOP for Inward Material Inspection 1. Material Inward at Store 2. Goods Receipt Number Generation by Store 3. Tagging material by store 3.1.1. -GRN number 3.1.2. -Item Code 3.1.3. -Date of material inward 4. Goods to be brought in inspection bond by store ( only samples) 5. If accepted, tag them ‘Accepted OK’ and pass it to the production. 6. If rejected, tag them ‘Rejected’ and place them in rejection bond. 7. Post communication by QC, PPC officer should check the ‘Rejected’ items on a daily basis to ensure that such items are not used for production. SOP for Pre-Dispatch Inspection Page 39 of 53
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KAMPAC 1. Carry PDI sheet with you 2. Ensure that the vehicle has been given final layer of paint, which makes it possible to see any leakages at joints. 3. Ensure that the PDI sheet has header of Doc. No. on every page to ensure that they don’t mix up with other PDIs of the same equipment. 4. Steer the vehicle into trial area, where sufficient illumination is provided. 5. Make the observers stand 3 to 4 feet away from tailgate of the equipment. 6. Start the engine so that hydraulic pump starts working. 7. During the trial ensure that the pressure gauge shows right pressure for ejector block’s in and out movement. 8. Once the cycle is complete and garbage is to be ejected out, ensure the mechanical support to tailgate which ensures safety. 9. Visual inspection of all functioning parts to be carried out and points to be noted down if any. KAMVAC 1. Carry PDI sheet with you 2. Ensure that the PDI sheet has header of Doc. No. on every page to ensure that they don’t mix up with other PDIs of the same equipment. 3. Steer the vehicle into trial area, where sufficient illumination is provided. 4. Make the observers stand 3 to 4 feet away from door of the pressure vessel. 5. Start the engine so that pump starts working. 6. During the trial ensure that the pressure gauge is showing right pressure for suction (negative pressure). 7. Just when cycle is about to complete, ensure that the pressure does not rise above atmospheric pressure i.e. 1bar. 8. Visual inspection of all functioning parts to be carried out and points to be noted down if any.
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  • Fall '17
  • Mahvish ali

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