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A clearlydescribed test procedure will usually be necessary to help achieve consistent and reliableresults.A typical test procedure using statistical techniques might, for example, cover: -- reference to work areas/lots or batches- frequency of samplingQuality Management Systems Guidelines5- method of taking samples- method of conducting a test (including conditions)- qualifications of test personnel and equipment calibration/condition/specification- method of documenting results.In some cases it may be possible to satisfy the requirements simply by referencing therequirements of Australian Standards and the like.1.6.9 Hold and Witness PointsIt is the service provider's responsibility to identify the Hold and Witness Points (with the peopleresponsible for the inspection/test/endorsement and other requirements) that are required for itsservice providers and employees doing the work. 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(Clause 5.5.3)Do the ITPs nominate the person responsible on site for all key and related constructionactivities? (Clause 5.5.3)6 RESOURCE MANAGEMENTDo the ITPs identify the resources proposed to carry out inspections and tests? (clause 6.1)Do the ITPs include the minimum required qualifications and experience of the people that are tocarry out inspections and tests? (Clause 6.2)Do the ITPs identify the required equipment, facilities and supporting services? (Clause 6.3)Do the ITPs identify each critical working environment? (Clause 6.4)7 PRODUCT REALISATIONAre the ITPs updated to reflect changes to customer requirements? (Clause 7.2)Do the ITPs identify inspections and tests to verify/validate design? (Clause 7.3)Do the ITPs identify the inspections and tests required to ensure the products/services meet therequirements? (Clause 7.4)Do the ITPs reflect the control of conditions required for inspection and testing? (Clause 7.5)Do the ITPs identify whether the monitoring and measuring devices are calibrated and tospecification? (Clause 7.6)Quality Management Systems Guidelines78 MEASUREMENT, ANALYSIS AND IMPROVEMENTDoes the service provider plan and implement in the ITPs the monitoring, measurement, andanalysis needed to demonstrate the conformity of all work?Does the service provider state in the ITPs who is responsible for receiving, in-process and finalinspection and testing for all work activities and for closing out work areas?Do the ITPs include the methods for indicating when nonconformity control is initiated and forclosing out work areas?Have inspection and test forms been developed and implemented for recording inspection andtesting for each activity? (each stage in a process may be on separate but linked forms)Receiving inspectionDo the ITPs define responsibility for verifying conformity of the supplied product before using it inthe constructed works?Do the ITPs adequately address the inspection and testing requirements for the supplied productbefore it is used in the constructed works?In-process inspectionDo the ITPs define responsibility and provide for in-process inspection and testing?Do the ITPs adequately address the inspection and testing requirements for all theproducts/services during construction of the works?Final Inspection and TestingDo the ITPs define responsibility and provide for final (or acceptance) inspection and testing?Does the service provider have a method and define responsibility in the ITPs for final review ofall inspection/test results to confirm that all inspections and tests have been carried out tocompletely verify conformity for each work area?2.2 Inspection and test formsDo the ITP forms indicate:all the inspection and testing required by the customer?inspections and tests to verify and validate design (where applicable)?inspection and tests required for the supplied product before it is used in the works?inspection and tests required for the products/services during construction of the works?who performs the inspection or test and at what stage of the contract work?how each inspection or test is to be carried out and recorded? 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H = Hold Point; H(A) = Inspection/Test by Authority; U(C) = Inspection/Test by Consultant; S = Surveillance or monitoring;X = Self inspection by performer of work.Quality Management Systems Guidelines10Customer:Contract Number:Contract/Project Name:INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN for: REINFORCED CONCRETEWork area: (Insert work area)Insert ContractorIdentification and/orLogoRef Operation or stage of work Inspection *what/whoDescription CharacteristicsStage/frequencyRecords Requirement/standard/specificationAcceptancecriteriaInspection/testprocedureEmployee ServiceproviderCustomer1 Preliminaryactivities (requiringPrincipal'snotification)NotificationprovidedPrestartconcreteworkChecklist Specification, asattachedAll taskscompletedSubmitdetailsH H H2 Preliminaryactivities (requiringContractor'sacceptance)Approvalsrequired obtainedPrestartconcreteworkChecklist Specification, asattachedAll taskscompletedReview H H S3 Order concrete To specification EachpourCopy oforderSpecification, asattached, OHSpractice &RegulationReflectsspec./ safe,secureReview H H S4 Pre pour inspection Task completion EachpourChecklist Specification/drawings, asattachedRight levels &dimensions/clean/ safeVisual/measureH W W5 Slump test Workability of mix EachdeliveryAttachedrecordSpecification, asattached50 to 100 mm Measure H W S6 Concrete testcylinderConcretestrength2 perpourTest labcertif.Specification, asattached30 MpaminimumNATA lab. H W S7 Concrete pour To specification EachpourChecklist Specification, asattachedCorrectplacementVisual X W S8 Stripping & curing To specification EachpourChecklist Specification, asattachedFinish/curing/maintainedVisual X W S9 Pre-handoveractivitiesAll mattersfinalised, cleanand tidyEachpourChecklist Specification, asattachedCompleted tospec./ cleanand tidyFinal visualinspectionH H H*W = Witness Point; H = Hold Point; H(A) = Inspection/Test by Authority; U(C) = Inspection/Test by Consultant; S = Surveillance or monitoring;X = Self inspection by performer of work.Quality Management Systems Guidelines11ChecklistINSPECTION AND TEST PLAN CHECKLIST for: PAINTING(To be completed by the person(s) directly responsible for the work)Contract Number:Contract/Project Name:Contractor:Subcontractor:Work area: Checklist Number:Work Items/activities to be verified Reference Initialled/OK CommentsAccess permission obtainedAccess obtainedEquipment approved/on site 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specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:Replace fixturesTouch upRemove protective measuresFinal inspection confirms conformingPre-handoveractivitiesRemove scaffold/ladders, clean up etc.I have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above items/activities conformto the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:I have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above work for this work areahas been completed and conforms to the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:Quality Management Systems Guidelines12INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN CHECKLIST for: ELECTRICAL(To be completed by the person(s) directly responsible for the work)Contract Number:Contract/Project Name:Contractor:Subcontractor:Work area: Checklist Number:Work Items/activities to be verified Reference Initialled/OK CommentsAccess permission obtainedAccess obtainedEquipment approved/on site -Scaffold/laddersSignage/barricadesOtherMaterials approved/on site 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that the above items/activities conformto the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:I have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above work for this work areahas been completed and conforms to the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:Quality Management Systems Guidelines13INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN CHECKLIST for: REINFORCED CONCRETE(To be completed by the person(s) directly responsible for the work)Contract Number:Contract/Project Name:Contractor:SubcontractorWork area: Checklist Number:Work Items/activities to be verified Reference Initialled/OK CommentsStructural design checkConcrete supplier/ formworkerAdmixturesPreliminaryactivities (requiringPrincipal'snotification)Formwork designI have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above items/activities conformto the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:Access obtainedSignage/barricades/falseworkReinforcing scheduled and orderedTesting and sampling equipmentPreliminaryactivities (requiringContractor'sacceptance)Instruction to Subcontractors on ITPrequirementsI have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above items/activities conformto the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:StrengthSlumpWater/cement ratioType of cementAdmixtureOrder concreteDelivery notice and arrangementsI have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above items/activities conformto the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:Formwork checked (dimensions, levels andcapacity)Formwork design certifiedFoundation (clean, scabbled, starter bars etc)Cover to reo. Laps as specifiedTermite treatmentMembranesBlockoutsPre pour inspectionExpansion strips/water stopI have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above items/activities conformto the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:Slump test taken/ results recordedConcrete test cylinders taken and markedTime for deliveryTime for pourPouring techniques conform (height, vibration,tremmying, pumping)Concrete pourI have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above items/activities conformto the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:When strippedRepairsCuring methodCuring maintained ………….. daysStripping & curingI have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above items/activities conformto the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:Pre-handover FinishQuality Management Systems Guidelines14Levels/ dimensionsEquipment cleaned and site cleanTest results for concrete cylindersactivitiesI have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above items/activities conformto the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:I have carried out all necessary inspections and verify that the above work for this work areahas been completed and conforms to the contract specification/documentsName:Signature:Date:INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN CHECKLIST for: STORAGE AND PROTECTION(To be completed by the person(s) directly responsible for the work)Contract Number:Contract/Project Name:Contractor:Subcontractor:Work area: Checklist Number:Materials/ components/ InitialsequipmentLocation of storage DatePass FailCommentsINSPECTION AND TEST PLAN CHECKLIST for: INCOMING INSPECTION(To be completed by the person(s) directly responsible for the work)Contract Number:Contract/Project Name:Contractor:Subcontractor:Work area: Checklist Number:Materials/ components/ Quantity/size verified Inspected forequipmentPurchaseOrder No.DeliveryDocket No. Against PO Against DD Damage TechnicaldetailsMarketingDate Initial