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Report
Quality Plan (QP)
- for suppliers to FMC Technologies, Norway
QRL-0010001 FMC Standard Administration Requirements:
- Revision Q, released June, 2013
- Appendix 3 – Quality Requirements, section 11.1.3
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Objectives
• The purpose of a Quality Plan (QP).
• When a Quality Plan (QP) is required and how to identify.
• The requirements to the content and where to find them.
• The responsibilities for review and handling.
• The difference between a Quality Plan (QP) and an Inspection
and Test Plan (ITP).
• The future of the Quality Plan (QP).
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Purpose
• For the supplier to show evidence on how their quality system
will apply in the execution of awarded purchase orders.
• For the supplier to introduce applicable systems and
procedures.
• For the supplier to present the list of subcontractors used for
FMC deliverables.
• For FMC to have a list of contact persons at supplier.
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When
• The QP is required by the supplier when defined in a DRL
(Document Requirement List), linked in the Part Report (DBI).
• Selection of DRL for the different parts is based on criticality
and complexity, and done by FMC engineering.
• When QP is required by the DRL, the QP shall be listed in the
Supplier Master Document Register (SMDR) for review “R” in
the FMC column.
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Requirements
• The requirements to the content in the QP are in the
FMC Standard Administration Requirements.
• The QP shall as a minimum contain; specific quality practices,
resources and sequence of activities relevant to the product,
project or agreement.
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Listing or flowchart from Quality Management System (QMS).
List of key personnel.
Subcontractors, and processes being subcontracted.
• The QP shall be updated when requested by FMC, or when
there are changes to the listed information.
• ISO-10005 is strongly recommended as a guideline.
• Also, see the FMC Supplier Website to find this presentation.
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Responsibilities
• When required by DRL, supplier shall list the QP in the SMDR
as a review document for FMC and submit it latest 2WAO (weeks
after order).
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If not previously submitted in the same revision. Always the latest revision.
• The QP is submitted by supplier in accordance with DRL to the FMC
document control e-mail address - informed in the purchase order.
• The QP is received by a FMC document controller, registered in the
system and forwarded to the responsible Quality Engineer for review.
• In general FMC shall return review documents within 20 business
days, if customer is not in the review cycle.
• Supplier shall not start manufacturing before review documents are
returned as accepted (code 1, or code 2 with comments
incorporated).
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Be aware
• Quality Plan (QP) and Inspection & Test Plan (ITP) are two
different documents. QP is related to supplier’s systems and
organization. ITP is for the manufacturing processes and
customer intervention (quality control).
• An approved QP can be suggested for re-use in the SMDR
if the QP is made containing general information covering
supplier’s complete relation with FMC.
• FMC does not provide a template for QP. The content,
sequence and layout is up to the supplier to decide as
long as it meets the defined requirements. ISO-10005
is recommended as a guideline.
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Next generation
• The plan is to have the QP integrated as a part of
already existing documents.
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Summary
• What is the purpose of a Quality Plan (QP)?
• When is a Quality Plan (QP) is required and how to identify?
• Where to find the requirements to the content? Mention some.
• Who owns the QP and who is responsible to submit it?
• Who reviews the QP within FMC?
• What are the main differences between a Quality Plan (QP)
and an Inspection & Test Plan (ITP)?
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