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Quality Management Plans



Quality Management Plans


The Quality Management Plan defines the acceptable level of quality, which is typically defined by the customer, and describes how the project will ensure this level of quality in its deliverables and work processes.

Quality management activities ensure that:

  • Products are built to meet agreed-upon standards and requirements.
  • Work processes are performed efficiently and as documented.
  • Non-conformances found are identified and appropriate corrective action is taken.
Quality Management plans apply to project deliverables and project work processes.  Quality control activities monitor and verify that project deliverables meet defined quality standards. Quality assurance activities monitor and verify that the processes used to manage and create the deliverables are followed and are effective.

The Quality Management Plan describes the following quality management components:
  • Quality objectives.
  • Key project deliverables and processes to be reviewed for satisfactory quality level.
  • Quality standards.
  • Quality control and assurance activities.
  • Quality tools.
  • Plan for reporting quality control and assurance problems.
  • Quality roles and responsibilities.
  

For more information on how M.E.L. can assist you in establishing and maintaining a Quality Management Plan please contact a member of our expert consultancy team on 01708 555544.