At Jones, we recognise the growing awareness around the demand for responsible business behaviour with issues relating to sustainability, ethics and respect for all of our stakeholders. We are extremely passionate about culture, diversity and inclusiveness in the workplace and recognise the impacts that they have on both their environment and the society in which they operate.
As part of any project, the QA procedures and documentation form an integral part of the handover of systems to the client and end users. In order to demonstrate that all systems have been inspected, tested and commissioned, a test pack is compiled with all the relevant documentation for each system. The paper test pack is issued to site and the forms filled in by the relevant parties during the construction phase, until commissioning and handover is completed.
During a project in Belgium we identified that the test pack procedure was not effective.
What it was:
What it is now:
This equates to a saving of:
Time saved 2015:
In 2015, Irish Sprinkler completed 10 major projects, and installed almost 90 separate systems which required test packs. The paper test pack system would have taken an approximate total of 2200 minutes to compile. The total savings of almost 1500 minutes have been realised using the test pack pro-gram. These figures relate to the compilation and printing of the test packs, it does not include the transport, work involved in sorting them out, scanning etc. involved with making a paper document ready for inclusion in an electronic file.