Corrective Action is an improvement or series of improvements to an Organization’s business processes and procedures to correct the root cause(s) of a non conformance and to prevent their recurrence.
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The PTAG Team developed and implemented the processes and procedural changes required for improving transparency to the contractor’s supervision performance. Identified areas for improved training opportunities and created a program for improving supervisor safety awareness.
Non-conformances are problems that have been found and need be addressed. They can be found anywhere – in a product, in service delivery, in work execution, in a process or even in the Quality Management System itself.
PTAG’s TEAM of seven SMEs delivered the expertise and the process models and implemented a compliant program designed to meet the needs of the MOL/CSA-Z460-13 Standard. The Program was tailored to work within site constraints and implemented successfully with the personnel on site.
PTAG’s Advisory TEAM performed a two-week assessed reviewing contract documents, execution plans, supplier agreements, procurement schedules project, organization structure, estimates, budgets, schedules, craft productivity and safety plans and performance.
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PTAG developed and Implemented streamed lined processes for Project Controls and Contracts Admin Program to minimize and correct for Outage delays on a shift by shift basis to eliminate Outage schedule delays and cost overruns
Construction Delays are unplanned events that happen during both work planning and execution that result in a cost and/or schedule variance to the original project plan. Delays can impact your project cost and extend your project delivery schedule.
The PTAG team developed and implemented the processes and procedural changes required for Quality improvement to their existing QA/QC program and identified areas for improved training opportunities. QA/QC Best Practices were deployed throughout the organization.