Quality planning for production or service provision refers to the detailed planning that goes into assuring that the product or service you provide meets legal and customer requirements.
This process includes:
Where the work done and processes are fairly stable, planning for quality is performed for each process or product/service. Quality planning is incorporated into the operations processes and is likely to be documented in SOPs (standard operating procedures), work instructions, or collected together in an Operations Manual.
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Here's a detailed SOP for a completely different process: SOP for Care of evicted Pouch Young
For highly variable and complex work like construction projects you would prepare a quality plan for each project. The Project Quality Plan sets out the requirements, acceptance criteria, the methods that will be used to ensure that expectations are met, and the resources needed.
The Project Quality Plan is to tell the customer how you will manage quality on their project, reassuring them you have systems in place to deliver on your promises. The information must be project specific, and will refer to site details, project activities, contract requirements and applicable codes and standards.
Typical contents include:
Example project quality plans can be found online, e.g.,:
House construction: http://eastcoastdesignerbuilders.com.au/pdf/PQPCooktownDraftOptimised.pdf
Major Road upgrade: ftp://ftp.dot.state.tx.us/pub/txdot-info/tta/sh121_cda/constr_qual_plan.pdf
No doubt your quality plan will include references to quality control records, e.g., forms to fill in, checklists to follow, measurements to be recorded or monitored, hold points & inspections, audits, reviews by senior personnel, etc.
These records are important evidence to demonstrate you have implemented your plan, and provide data for analysis and improvements.
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