8.3.4 An MPS and an inspection and test plan (ITP, see [8.4.2] ) specific for the PQT, together with a detailed schedule for anode casting, inspection and/or testing, and reporting shall be submitted to purchaser in a timely manner (as per the purchase document) prior to start-up of the qualification activities. 8.3.5 Data sheets and calibration certificates for instruments essential to quality control (e.g. temperature sensors) shall be available for purchaser’s review during the PQT. 8.3.6 Results from all inspection, testing and calibrations during qualification, recordings of essential operational parameters for casting and material certificates shall be compiled in a PQT report. Unless otherwise agreed, the report shall be accepted by purchaser prior to start of production. 8.4 Quality dcontrol of production 8.4.1 Prior to start-up of regular production (i.e. for purchase orders of 15,000 kg net alloy or more, or for higher/ lower quantities as agreed on, see [8.2.1] ), Contractor shall submit the following documents to purchaser for acceptance: — a project specific MPS, updated to reflect the process parameters used during the completed and accepted PQT ( [8.3] ) — a project specific inspection and testing plan (ITP) updated to reflect the process parameters used during the completed and accepted PQT — a daily log format (see [8.6.11] ) — a description of responsibilities of personnel involved in quality control. 8.4.2 The ITP shall meet the general requirements of ISO 10005, Sec.5.10. It shall be in tabular form, defining all quality control activities associated with receipt of materials, preparation of anode cores, casting, inspection, testing and marking of anodes. The activities shall be listed in consecutive order, with each activity assigned a unique number and with reference to the applicable codes, standards and contractor’s procedures or work instructions, applicable to the specific project. Furthermore, frequency and/or extent of inspection and testing, acceptance criteria and actions in the case of non-conformances shall be defined in the plan. The ITP shall further contain a column for inspection codes, (e.g. inspection, witnessing and hold points) indicating the involvement of contractor, purchaser and any 3 rd party. It is good practice to include a reference to the applicable reporting form or document, and to refer to the specific equipment or tools to be used for verification.
Recommended practice — DNVGL-RP-B401. Edition June 2017 Page 45 Cathodic protection design DNV GL AS 8.4.3 The MPS, ITP, and daily log shall be in English, unless otherwise agreed. 8.4.4 Procedures and work instructions referenced in the ITP, and applicable acceptance criteria, shall be available to all persons concerned with the associated work in their native language.
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