Quality plan

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Each object must be staffed by personnel adapted to each specific object/contract. This information must be communicated to all relevant staff in the workplace. It should also reach out to the client, the subcontractors’ organisation.

Company Andersson Bygg AB

Org. Number 556973-5169

Address Fabriksvägen 11. Luleå


The organisation may consist of:

Site Manager, Work Manager, Representative, Supervisor, Environmental Manager, Quality Manager, BAS-U, BAS-P & Health & Safety Representative

Quality policy

The company aims to engage staff in order to create understanding and procedures to ensure that work is carried out according to the client’s wishes and in accordance with the regulations in force.

Any errors, discrepancies and required changes should be caught as early as possible in the process.

Project Manager

Stefan Andersson

Supervisor (if other project manager)

Quality system

The construction quality system is based on self-checks divided into the following stages during the project.

  • Calculation
  • Project review
  • Project implementation

Checklists are available for each stage, which serve as a receipt that self-checks have been carried out. Remarks made during the self-check are noted on the “self-check discrepancy note” form. For each step there are control instructions. The project manager is responsible for carrying out the self-monitoring.

Deviations are reported for decision on action on the form “quality round”. Reports are entered into a discrepancy ledger as needed.

The construction manager keeps a diary of the works and enters deviations for the elements that the teams are responsible for checking.

Instructions for diary

Time to make diary entries:

  • workforce size
  • works started during the period
  • work in progress
  • works completed during the period
  • inspections
  • alterations and additions
  • new and revised drawings
  • obstacles and interferences
  • Other significant events

the project manager is responsible for ensuring that the notifications of non-conformities entered in the diary are reported, on the form “quality round” or “self-check report”, for action.

Contract review

When the project is started up, a self-audit review is carried out (and possibly a review with the client/builder). The checklist control plan is used as a basis for the review, with possible additions for the specific conditions of the project. Particular attention shall be paid to verifying that the client’s requirements are well defined and that capabilities are created to meet these requirements.

The persons authorised to decide on amendments to contractual agreements are:

For the client:

For the contractor:


In the case of cooperation between contractors, a telephone list is drawn up if necessary to inform the parties concerned, as well as information by letter or e-mail.

Review of protocols takes place upon receipt and changes/approval are made immediately orally and in writing to the client.


All letters, drawings, memoranda, minutes and other documents received that are relevant to the execution of the contract are recorded on a list that is distributed to the relevant personnel on the contract.

The project manager is responsible for the distribution of documents.

The construction manager enters the receipt of working drawings, memos and schedules in the diary. The lead builder/arb is responsible for replacing revised documents and shredding old documents.

The responsible supervisor is in charge of the drawing process and the gradual introduction of the necessary notes, which will form the basis for the relationship documents.


The lead fitter is responsible for checking the material delivered to the workplace. Checks are carried out on the correct number, variety, quality and possibly. damages. Deviations are noted on the delivery note. Minor discrepancies are immediately corrected by the consignee. Major deviations such as damaged goods, incorrect delivery, etc. are noted in the diary and immediately reported to the project manager.


Unless otherwise stated in the contract documents, the materials supplied shall be treated as if they had been purchased by the contractor, except as regards liability and claims arising from defects, shortages or delays. Such information is provided to the client in the form of a deviation report.


When test certificates are prescribed for certain materials and traceability in the finished plant is not obvious, notes are made on where the material or part thereof may be found in the plant.


The construction process is governed by the project schedule. The detailed schedule of construction works is attached.

Consequences of occurred or expected delays in own and/or other contractors’ schedules are calculated immediately and communicated through deviation report and at construction meeting. Any deviations that affect the agreed timetable shall result in the timetable being updated.

Notes from self-monitoring, calculation and contract review are monitored so that any ambiguities are clarified before work begins.


The checklists, quality round, self-checking control plan and execution control plan are used to control the quality of the work.


Instruments recommended by the construction industry for inspections, measurements and tests are selected for self-inspections according to 4:10.


For materials for which approval or registration is required, the project manager must obtain the supplier’s declaration that registration exists or check this himself. Inspection can be carried out via/by inspection bodies such as Sunda Hus.


Incorrect or damaged material is removed so that it cannot be used accidentally in the contract. Responsible for the removal is the senior construction/arb.

Deviations in function and faults and deficiencies in the installation are remedied as soon as possible

This involves one of the following actions:

-remediation by reworking

-the deviation is accepted after agreement with the client, the relationship is documented on the deviation report.


Self-checks are set up in such a way that ongoing projects can be completed in stages, thereby signalling recurring errors.

The quality manager follows up the project to evaluate and gather information for future projects.

The Quality Manager reviews and compiles non-conformance reports for each project (sub-project). The quality manager shall, through information and changes in procedures, create the conditions for minimising the number of non-conformity reports for matters caused by the company itself or by other parties.


The material must be handled, stored and protected in such a way that its quality does not deteriorate. Storage is mainly at the material supplier’s warehouse or at the company’s own warehouse. Materials stored at the workplace are stored in such a way that moisture or other external conditions impair the quality of the material. Materials for the execution of the work are stored in service vehicles. Storage is in the original packaging as far as possible.


A quality binder prepared for this object is kept at:

Andersson Bygg AB


After completion of the project, the quality file is filed with the contractor.


Regarding the need to reduce, eliminate and above all prevent deviations in projects, please refer to 4:14 corrective actions.


In cases where Andersson Bygg AB does not have the authority/competence to carry out certain work, training in these subjects is provided progressively. Until the need is filled, services are purchased to meet customer requirements. Refresher training of staff is ongoing.


Personnel registers must be kept at workplaces that meet or exceed the value set by the Tax Agency for the contract or that meet the requirements for personnel registers to be kept at the workplace for other purposes.

Subcontractors hired by the company must, before starting work, provide a certificate stating that all personnel from the company hired meet the requirements for market wages, and that the fees and taxes set by the Swedish government have been paid. The contractor shall ensure that the personnel concerned in the work area wear a name badge.

Information on the nameplate must include:

  • name
  • personal number
  • company name

This must be checked continuously during the contract. Staff concerned must also be able to identify themselves if necessary.