are carried out to ensure the quality of work is carried out to the highest of
standards, and this includes checklists, photographs, and all other relevant
teams are consistently assessed to ensure risk assessments are carried out,
procedures are being followed and that any training requirements are met and
IQA also carry out ‘in progress’ quality of works inspections for longer term
contracts, e.g. CDM projects or multi-utility sites, this involves a
3-stage audit process: containment stage, wiring stage and access stage. This
allows for any required improvements to be identified, reported and rectified,
which is necessary before the project can be ‘shutdown’ and ‘signed off’.
of each stage across the entire project will be checked and, once the project
is deemed ‘complete’, IQA will carry out a full complete inspection. Should any
non-conformance be identified, IQA requests ‘verification’ and all
non-conformances are revisited and checked prior to sign off.
Inspections, competence reviews and compliance questionnaires are used to
ensure that all our operatives’ training and authorisations are up to date and
tracked on our internal management system. If at any stage gaps are identified
a training plan will be implemented.
IQA expects the very best from our people and quality of work - we
place great importance on full audit trails for quality, H&S and compliance.
IQA has the specialist skills, expertise and knowledgewith senior authorised engineers, electricians, jointers, linesman and joiners to enable us to offer individual or turnkey distribution network engineering and service solutions.