ENKA has established, documented, implemented, and maintained a Quality Management System to ensure the effectiveness of the business and to meet the needs & expectations of its customers in the projects undertaken. ENKA’s Quality Management System is compatible with ISO 9001 and accordingly certified by BSI (British Standard Institute) since 2001.
In addition to the ISO Certification, ENKA’s Quality Assurance Program for performing construction, including engineering-design, procurement, quality control, contracting, fabrication or installation, as applicable complies with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Codes. ENKA ASME certification marks, which are regarded as the hallmark of acceptance and certification, are used to indicate that the stamped item(s) conform to the latest edition of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Codes.
In all ENKA Projects, Quality Management System is structured on the basis of ENKA Corporate Quality Management System and projects’ contract requirements.
Quality Management System of projects provides an effective means of ensuring that services and products provided by ENKA conform to prime contract requirements. Quality Management System of projects places a heavy emphasis on the prevention of problems rather than a dependence on detection, once problems have arisen.
“ENKA Quality Management System is the organizational structure, procedures, processes, and resources needed to implement a quality management operating model within business”
ENKA executes the following aspects of Quality in the most effective and efficient manner throughout the course of its projects:
CONTROL OF DOCUMENTS/ RECORDS
CONTROL OF NCRs & MONITORING CARs
PROPER PROJECT CONTROLS METHODS
SUPPLIER / SUBCONTRACTOR QUALITY COMPLIANCE
PROPER WORK ENVIRONMENTS
Field Construction Quality
ENKA strives to achieve quality in construction through the use of proven process procedures, capable personnel, adequate planning, suitable equipment and tools, current project drawings and specifications, appropriate supervision and technical direction, in accordance with sound construction methods, techniques, and practices. Verification of quality in construction is achieved through inspection, examination, testing, and monitoring of work activities.
Project Execution Plan
The Project Execution Plan (PEP) describes the project objectives and goals to be achieved; strategies, processes, procedures and plans to be followed; sets the main frame and rules for the management and execution of a project, with the aim to fulfill contract requirements in compliance with relevant rules and regulations, and provides a road map to and serves as the core planning document of the project.
Project Quality Plan
Project Quality Plan (PQP) defines the project quality management structure, including; quality commitment of the Project Management Team, quality related roles and responsibilities, the list of project procedures to be implemented, and the methodology which will be applied to assure the quality during the course of the project.
Standard Project Procedures
Standard Project Procedures (SPPs) are corporate level documents which provides the project personnel with a written description of how ENKA core processes should be performed as part of the project execution.
A Method Statement (MS) identifies the construction methodology of the work activity and provides specific instructions on how to implement quality control and safety measures with respect to the work activity in question.
Inspection and Test Plan
An Inspection and Test Plan (ITP) identifies the items of a work activity to be inspected or tested, by whom at what stage and frequency, as well as hold and witness inspection points, references to relevant standards, acceptance criteria and the records to be maintained.
Pre-job Quality Briefings
Pre-Job Quality Briefing takes place prior to the start of an each new work activity or when new employees are assigned to an already commenced activity. It encourages employee engagement and participation to identify and understand Quality considerations associated with a specific task prior to performing the activity.
ENKA operates in-house designed and developed software tools to run its business in a more efficient and effective manner, including project management and execution, which are integrated under the cloud computing called “E-Cloud”. The utilization of the software tools is mandatory, and is initialized on all ENKA Projects during the project site set-up, regardless of a project scope, budget, and time.
Quality is a core value at ENKA. Quality Management is a merit ENKA interprets and complies with, from engineering design through commissioning.