Another important step in the implementation of a QC plan is personnel awareness. Each crew member must understand what the quality measures are and inspect the work of the crew for quality on a daily basis. Before you start work on an activity, all crew members should be briefed about critical measurements, inspection items, potential problems, and each member's responsibility for quality. Remember, quality is everyone's responsibility. If you use the crew briefing checklist shown in figure 6-3, all of these items will be addressed.
The last major step in QC plan development is the daily QC inspection report. This daily report is required for all projects. The purpose of this report is to document the completion of all required checks, tests, and inspections. All work completed or in progress either is or is not according to the specifications. The daily report is signed by both the QC inspector and the crew leader and then forwarded to the operations officer or detail OIC with a copy to the ROICC office, the company commander, and the crew leader. Figure 6-4 is a form for the daily QC report. All checks, tests, and inspections are listed on the back of the CAS sheet.
Figure 6-3. - Master activity prep list.Continue Reading