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 Quality Management Audit Teams

Quality Management Audit Teams

Quality Management Plan Procedure, and the approved corporate Quality Management Plan. The individual(s) who perform the audit shall not be individuals who are involved with the project design.

Project Audit (without notice)

The procedure to perform a “Project Audit without notice” is the same as above, with the exception of designer notification.

Special Circumstance Audit

The following is the general procedure for a Special Circumstance Audit:

 The PMO Executive Manager receives a request Special Circumstance Audit from a project stakeholder.

 The PMO Executive Manager reviews the audit justification and decides whether the audit is warranted.

 The PMO Executive Manager selects the audit team member(s).

 The audit team leader may notify the designer that an audit will be performed.

 The audit team leader and/or audit team member(s) perform the audit.

 Audit team member(s) record the audit results in the Quality Management Audit Report (see

attachments).

 The audit team leader sends a copy of the audit report to the designer and the project stakeholder.

 If necessary, the audit team leader informs the designer to create a Corrective Action Plan.

 The designer submits the Corrective Action Plan to the audit team leader.

 The audit team leader and/or audit team member(s) perform a Verification Audit of the Corrective Action

Plan.

Quality Management Audit Teams

Quality Management Audit Teams can be made up of one individual or a group of individuals. They

are comprised of Subject Matter Experts (SME’s) or independent consultants or contractors familiar

with design and construction practices, as necessary to perform the audit. Additional NJDOT staff

selected to perform audits will be intimately familiar with Quality Management principles, the NJDOT

Quality Management Plan Procedure, and the approved corporate Quality Management Plan. The individual(s) who perform the audit shall not be individuals who are involved with the project design.

Procedures are subject to change without notice.

Check the Capital Project Delivery website to ensure this is the current version.

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Basic Qualities For An Audit Team Member

The basic qualities for an audit team member should include individuals that are organized,

conscientious, familiar with design and construction practices, observant, and possess integrity.

Selection of the audit team member is at the sole discretion of the PMO Executive Manager.

Team Make-Up for the Five Types Of Audits

The team make up for the five types of audits can vary, but the general structure is the following:

 Audit team leader

 Audit team member(s)

The Team make-up and structure shall be at the sole discretion of the PMO Executive Manager.

Quality Management Audit Results

The PMO will review all Quality Management audit reports. Based on the type of audit and audit

findings, the PMO may present a copy of the report to CPM Senior Management, the Executive

Regional Manager, the Project Manager, the designer, project stakeholders and/or FHWA. The

Quality Management Plan Procedure, and the approved corporate Quality Management Plan. The individual(s) who perform the audit shall not be individuals who are involved with the project design

decision as to who the report is presented to rests solely with the PMO Executive Manager. The PMO

Executive Manager will base this decision upon feedback from the Project Manager/Executive

Regional Manager who will provide the proposed distribution list. The audit results distribution will most likely include key stakeholders and will be on a need-to-know basis due to the confidentiality of

the audit results.

Actions Taken

The actions taken will vary depending upon the type of audit, audit findings and the need for a Corrective Action Plan.

Impacts to the Designer

Negative impacts to the designer can include, but are not limited to:

 A stoppage of current work

 Loss of the designer’s prequalification to perform work

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