Inspection organization duties
1. Quality control of procurement
All goods that procured directly by POGID and/or Contractors, shall be quality controlled. Base on type of goods, different inspection levels shall be considered in 4 levels. Inspection Level I is defined as a full stage inspection carried out progressively from Commencement of manufacturing to final acceptance. This does not normally mean fulltime. Inspection Level II is defined as specific stage inspection of equipment and final Inspection of equipment prior to shipment. Stages of inspection shall be agreed upon during a pre-inspection meeting to be held with the Vendors after purchase award. Inspection Level III is defined as final condition or as built examination(s) and test(s). Inspection Level IV is defined as the review and acceptance /endorsement of manufacturer's attestation, including any data book requirements to approved index. General ITPs shall be prepared and attached to tender documents. Cause some inspection activities need time and cost, placing these general ITPs or minimum requirement ITPs in tender documents, prohibits possible challenge with vendor in future. After tendering, tender winner shall issue his exclusive ITP to POGID regarding related general ITP.
2. INSPECTION OF CONSTRUCTION
Before any action from manufacturer at site, ITP will be issue with all parties, prior the beginning of work all parties concerned in ITP, shall agree the details and co-ordination of inspection, examination and testing activities to be carried out. Inspection notification shall be issued by Contractors in the cases where the type of interventions are either W (Witness) or H (Hold). Contractors will verify the work and then will forward RFI to TPI in case of either W (Witness) or H (Hold). Contractors will ensure that TPI is given sufficient time to witness tests. Before authorizing the installation and/or prefabrication of the materials or equipment collected from the warehouse, Q C o f c o n t r a c t o r s are in charge of ensuring that The materials and equipment to be installed have been subjected to a visual inspection to make sure there are no traces of damage from careless handling and contamination (regardless of any inspections made upon the arrival of the materials) or The materials and equipment to be installed have been correctly identified and comply with the latest revision of the relevant drawings and specifications. Also Supervision of construction and commissioning of equipment from the beginning to the end of the operation, is the responsibility of the unit.