Quality Assurance Requirements. The Contractor shall be required to demonstrate by means of a Contract Quality Plan (CQP) that this organisation is so structured that all the requirements of the specification will be properly monitored and controlled. The Contract Quality Plan (CQP), which must include the Quality Control Plan (QCP), is to be drafted in accordance with QM-58 and the Supplier Contract Quality Requirement Specification (QM58). The Quality documents are to be submitted for approval to the Project Manager within thirty (30) days after a contract has been awarded to the Contractor. No work may commence unless the Contract Quality Plan and Quality Control Plan documents have been approved in writing and a copy submitted to the Project Manager. The Contractor, in conjunction with the Project Manager must sign off all Quality Control documents after completing all work as per the agreed scope. The Contractor to submit a copy of the final signed off documents/data packages to the Project Manager within one (1) week after completion of work. The Contractor shall be required to read and fully understand the contents of the Supplier Contract Quality Requirement Specification (QM58) and a copy is to be kept in possession or on premises. The Contractor shall comply with all Employer’s requirements as set out in QM-58 (Supplier Contract Quality Specification). . The Contractor further ensures that the subcontractor’s programmes comply with the requirements of the Service Information. The Contractor notifies the Service Manager of any changes to the Quality System and obtains agreement prior to implementation on existing orders and contracts, or sub orders and sub contracts. The Supplier Contract Quality Requirement Specification (QM58) shall remain applicable in the event of the contract being extended or modified for reasons permitted. By signature and acceptance of this contract the Contractor acknowledges and agrees to comply with and adhere to Eskom’s policies and procedures (current and/or latest revisions) including the Supplier Contract Quality Requirement Specification (QM58).
Quality Assurance Requirements. Contractor shall provide an integrated quality management group to operate the quality assurance, quality control and certification functions of the quality management system. The quality management group shall be independent from Contractor’s construction, procurement and scheduling activities.
Quality Assurance Requirements. Clause 3.3.1 requires that the Contractor operate a quality management system as stated in the Scope. Include your requirements here The Contractor shall control his activities and processes in accordance with Eskom’s Quality Assurance Standard QM58: Supplier contractor quality requirements specification The Contractor will be responsible for the verification and signing of the quality inspection points which must be maintained by the Contractor and presented to Eskom on request. Quality management System requirements Information in the quality plan
Quality Assurance Requirements. 1. The Supplier shall demonstrate, provide and maintain a Quality Management System (QMS) that is ISO 9001:2008 certified or compliant thereto. Compliance with the provisions of this clause in no way relieves the Supplier of the final responsibility to furnish acceptable services.
Quality Assurance Requirements. 1. Contractor shall maintain a log, database, or other records to track individual cases. Such records shall be maintained for a period of three (3) years.
Quality Assurance Requirements. The Contractor’s ISO 9001:2000 Registration certificate of compliance or equivalent must be supplied with tender. If the Contractor is not Register he/she will supply with his tender document his quality policy. The Contractor will comply with the Employer's Quality Requirements as specified in Eskom Generation Standard GGS 0462 in the Works Information. Annexure B to this Standard indicates the specific application thereof. All Quality Control documentation must be submitted to the Employer within 7 (Seven) days after contract award. Quality Plans must include hold and witness points, must clearly state 2nd and 3rd party interfaces and quality/test specifications. The Quality Control documentation that will be handed over within one week of order placement by the successful Contractor to the Employer will have the Following:
Quality Assurance Requirements. The work activities for this Statement of Work (SOW) has been designated as a Quality Level G - Q Level 0 - GS. The subcontractor shall be responsible for performing quality workmanship and shall conduct the quality control measures necessary to ensure work conforms to referenced codes and standards, and other requirements defined in this SOW. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA The subcontractor will provide project updates and send draft reviews as requested to ensure the request is being successfully met. The subcontractor’s performance will be determined acceptable by delivering the project on-time, within budget and capturing all of the needs of the request. Any deficiencies must be corrected and product(s) resubmitted prior to acceptance. CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT 6.1 Configuration Management Requirements• There are no specific Configuration Management requirements applicable to this SOW. 6.2 Applicable Standards • There are no specific applicable standards identified for this SOW. 6.3 Verification/Hold Points • Not applicable QUALIFICATIONS The Subcontractor shall ensure that its personnel meet and maintain the appropriate training, qualifications, and certification requirements to perform the work as specified in this SOW. The subcontractor is expected to provide appropriately trained and qualified staff to perform the type of work associate with their work at the Hanford site. Additionally, the subcontractor shall perform work in accordance with the specifications, exhibits, and other documents, which made by reference, are a part of the SOW. In order to determine the subcontractor qualified to perform the scope of work as outlined, the subcontractor must have the following qualifications: • Minimum of 3 years’ experience with producing internal and external newsletters, brochures and other printed materials• Minimum of 3 years’ experience producing high-quality, professional long and short informational/feature videos• Minimum of 3 years’ experience producing high-quality, professional individual, group, and scenic photos in various settings (i.e., indoor/outdoor/studio)• Minimum of 3 years’ experience with video and photo editingIn addition to the above, the Subcontractor shall provide qualified personnel throughout the period of performance of the Subcontract. Subcontractor shall be responsible for ensuring its personnel meet and/or maintain current and valid training requirements, certifications and are fully capable to complete the duties described through th...