The responsibility, authority and the interrelation of key personnel, who manages and perform in the various areas of production, Quality Assurance & Quality Control, have been definedfor the purpose of implementing the Quality Assurance & Quality Control program as follows. The Technical Manager shall be responsible for all aspects of technical matters, planning, preparation and approvals. The Technical Manager will review the required product conformance records from the raw materials suppliers to ensure whether the products comply with the requirements of project specification.
The Quality control engineer shall be responsible for all testing activities and the periodic verification and calibration of the batching plant and laboratory equipments. He is responsible for overall quality control of the incoming materials as well as the end product. The quality control engineer will ensure that the testing schedule attached herewith is strictly adhered to.
The Dispatcher, under the direction of the production Manager and in coordination with the contractor, site supervisors and transport foreman, shall be responsible
for arranging work schedule to meet the customer’s concrete requirements at site.
MERM Objectives and scope of its quality management system is to satisfy the needs of its customers and to improve the performance of the company.
The main objectives of this Quality Control Procedure is to establish and implement QA & QC procedures to promulgate an acceptable standard for the raw materials, batching process, delivery and the final product, before its placement.
The process control of ready mixed concrete is divided in to ten major activities as follows:-
Raw material receivable, inspection and testing
1.1 Storage of raw materials
1.2 Preparation of concrete mix design
1.3 Mix design loading to the plant and order receivable
1.4 Maintenance and Calibration of the batching plant.
1.5 Concrete batching.
1.6 Concrete delivery.
1.7 Inspection and testing of concrete prior to its placement in-situ.
1.8 Sampling and testing in-situ.
1.9 Concrete placement