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Date

17 Nov 19 Initial Inspection Concerns And Consultant’s Responses

Bangladesh Accord Remediation Summary of Actions Required

Factory
Name &
Address Disney Sweater Ltd., Barpa, Rupshi, Rupganj, Narayanganj, Bangladesh., Dahka, Dhaka
Date of
Inspection
by Accord 22-Feb-2017
Accord
Rating
Finance
Plan
Agreed Yes

Accord
Item Final Action Progress Conclusion &
Visit Type Inspection Accord Action Plan Comments from Accord
No Plan Status Recommendation
Observation
Initial 1 Bracing layout, Building Engineer is Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: This issue will be cover In Engineering
Inspection steel columns required to carry out submitted in EA report. A review mail was sent by Progress assesment has
and base plate the Engineering revised EA to ACCORD with some revision on 28 been performed
sizes doesn’t Assessment to ACCORD, which September 2017. Factory is required to and required
match with ensure structural is under submit revised EA report within retrofitting is
structural adequacy. Also check review. timeline. proposed. The
drawings the lateral stability On 03-05-2018: This issue is required to issue is expected
against lateral cover in EA. Factory submitted revised to be corrected
loading. EA to Accord with some revisions once EA
,factory is required to submit revised EA verification is
within 06th May 2018 . completed and
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be retrofitting is
covered in EA report. Factory has done.
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
On 12-September-2019: This issue will
be covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.

Initial 2 Bracing layout, Produce the update Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: This issue will be cover In As-built drawing
Inspection steel columns as built drawing as submitted in EA report. A review mail was sent by Progress has been updated
and base plate part of Engineering revised EA to ACCORD with some revision on 28 accorindgly.
sizes doesn’t Assessment. ACCORD, which September 2017. Factory is required to Remedial works
match with is under submit revised EA report within will be performed
structural review. timeline. accordingly once
drawings On 03-05-2018: This issue is required to approved form
cover in EA. Factory submitted revised Accord. It is
EA to Accord with some revisions expected that this
,factory is required to submit revised EA item will be
within 06th May 2018 . considered as
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be corrected as soon
covered in EA report. A set of as built as the verification
drawing has been produced as part of inspection is
EA report and submitted ACCORD, performed from
which is under review. Accord regardless
On 12-September-2019: This issue will of the completion
be covered in EA report. Factory has status of the
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which retrofitting.
is under review.
Initial 3 Bracing layout, Check the base plate Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: This issue will be cover In Base plate
Inspection steel columns adequacy against submitted in EA report. A review mail was sent by Progress adequacy agianst
and base plate uplift force. revised EA to ACCORD with some revision on 28 uplift is found
sizes doesn’t ACCORD, which September 2017. Factory is required to adequate and has
match with is under submit revised EA report within been submitted
structural review. timeline. with EA. It is
drawings On 03-05-2018: This issue is required to expected that this
cover in EA. Factory submitted revised item will be
EA to Accord with some revisions considered as
,factory is required to submit revised EA corrected as soon
within 06th May 2018 . as the verification
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be inspection is
covered in EA report. Factory has performed from
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which Accord regardless
is under review. of the completion
On 12-September-2019: This issue will status of the
be covered in EA report. Factory has retrofitting.
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
Initial 4 Bracing layout, Carryout remedial Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: This issue will be cover In As-built drawing
Inspection steel columns works where submitted in EA report. A review mail was sent by Progress has been updated
and base plate necessary. revised EA to ACCORD with some revision on 28 accorindgly and EA
sizes doesn’t ACCORD, which September 2017. Factory is required to performed.
match with is under submit revised EA report within Remedial works
structural review. timeline. will be performed
drawings On 03-05-2018: This issue is required to accordingly once
cover in EA. Factory submitted revised approved form
EA to Accord with some revisions Accord.
,factory is required to submit revised EA
within 06th May 2018 .
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be
covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
On 12-September-2019: This issue will
be covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
Initial 5 Wall bracings Install the missing Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: This issue will be cover In As-built drawings
Inspection were found bracing to ensure submitted in EA report. A review mail was sent by Progress has been corrected
missing. stability. revised EA to ACCORD with some revision on 28 as per on-site
ACCORD, which September 2017. Factory is required to bracing
is under submit revised EA report within arrangement,
review. timeline. especially for main
On 03-05-2018: This issue is required to building. Wall
cover in EA. Factory submitted revised bracing layout as
EA to Accord with some revisions per EA study has
,factory is required to submit revised EA been proposed for
within 06th May 2018 . retrofitting scheme
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be accordingly.
covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review. However, during
inspection some mismatch was found in
bracing layout at main building.
On 12-September-2019: This issue will
be covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
Initial 6 Wall bracings Carryout remedial Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: This issue will be cover In As-built drawings
Inspection were found works where submitted in EA report. A review mail was sent by Progress has been corrected
missing. necessary. revised EA to ACCORD with some revision on 28 as per on-site
ACCORD, which September 2017. Factory is required to bracing
is under submit revised EA report within arrangement,
review. timeline. especially for main
On 03-05-2018: This issue is required to building. Wall
cover in EA. Factory submitted revised bracing layout as
EA to Accord with some revisions per EA study has
,factory is required to submit revised EA been proposed for
within 06th May 2018. Factory is retrofitting scheme
required to carry out remedial works as accordingly.
per recommendation from accepted EA.
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be
covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review. However, during
inspection some mismatch was found in
bracing layout at main building.
On 12-September-2019: This issue will
be covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
Initial 7 Column layout Building engineer is Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: This issue will be cover In As-built drawing
Inspection and size required to check the submitted in EA report. A review mail was sent by Progress has been updated
doesn’t match on site condition and revised EA to ACCORD with some revision on 28 accorindgly and EA
with drawings. update the as built ACCORD, which September 2017. Factory is required to performed.
drawings. Structural is under submit revised EA report within Remedial works
members integrity is review. timeline. will be performed
required to check for On 03-05-2018: This issue is required to accordingly once
revised condition. cover in EA. Factory submitted revised approved form
EA to Accord with some revisions Accord.
,factory is required to submit revised EA
within 06th May 2018.
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be
covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review. However, during
inspection some mismatch was found in
bracing layout at main building.
On 12-September-2019: This issue will
be covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
Initial 8 Column layout Carryout remedial Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: This issue will be cover In As-built drawing
Inspection and size works where submitted in EA report. A review mail was sent by Progress has been updated
doesn’t match necessary. revised EA to ACCORD with some revision on 28 accorindgly and EA
with drawings. ACCORD, which September 2017. Factory is required to performed.
is under submit revised EA report within Remedial works
review. timeline. will be performed
On 03-05-2018: This issue is required to accordingly once
cover in EA. Factory submitted revised approved form
EA to Accord with some revisions Accord.
,factory is required to submit revised EA
within 06th May 2018. Factory is
required to carry out remedial works as
per recommendation from accepted EA.
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be
covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review. However, during
inspection some mismatch was found in
bracing layout at main building.
On 12-September-2019: This issue will
be covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
Initial 9 Carryout steel Carry out erection Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: This issue will be cover In Erection and
Inspection fabrication & and fabrication submitted in EA report. A review mail was sent by Progress fabrication works
erection works works as per revised EA to ACCORD with some revision on 28 are proposed to be
as per drawing. drawings to ACCORD, which September 2017. Factory is required to peformed as per
supplement the is under submit revised EA report within retorfitting scheme
design parameters. review. timeline. as per EA including
On 03-05-2018: This issue is required to for missing
cover in EA. Factory submitted revised sittffener
EA to Accord with some revisions locations.
,factory is required to submit revised EA
within 06th May 2018.
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be
covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
On 12-September-2019: This issue will
be covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
Initial 10 Water logging Improve the drainage We have On 15-Oct-2017: No water proofing Corrected Corrected
Inspection at roof. system to prevent improved the membrane was found. Factory is require
long term effect of drainage to take necessary step for permanent
water logging. system and solution of water logging issue.
water is not On 03-05-2018: Water logging was
logging at the observed on rooftop .Factory has
roof. started water proofing works on rooftop
.
On 06-11-2018: Factory has provided
water proofing at roof top. No water
logging was found at roof top.
On 12-September-2019: This issue was
corrected from previous inspection.
Initial 11 Produce as- Building engineer is Factory has On 15-Oct-2017: A set of as built In Dear factory
Inspection built drawings required to produce submitted drawings has been produced along with Progress representative/s,
for all ancillary as built drawings for revised EA to EA. Factory management need to revise please review and
structures. all ACCORD, which the EA as per review comments answer this query.
ancillary structures. is under provided by ACCORD. As I am informed,
review. On 03-05-2018:Factory did not produce it is being taken
as built drawing of all ancillary sheds. care of in the new
Factory is required to produce as built inspection
drawing of all ancillary sheds and submit completed form
to Accord. Accord on
On 06-11-2018: This issue will be extension part of
covered in EA report. A set of as built Disney.
drawing has been produced for ancillary
building as part of EA report and
submitted ACCORD, which is under
review.
On 12-September-2019: This issue will
be covered in EA report. Factory has
submitted revised EA to ACCORD, which
is under review.
Comments on latest review comments:

Building 01 (Main production building):


Provide pile capacity consideration and provide an adequacy table for the foundation. Revise the allowable lateral displacement value or provide a reference for that. For the
monolithic action of the newly inserted section to the existing section, provide plug welding detailing as plug welding in a staggered way is comprehensible. Revise section
assignment in the retrofitting drawing as mismatches were found between section assignment in the FEA model and retrofit drawing. (For example, column orientation,
proposed bracing)

Actions taken:

Pile capacity calculation with reference considered is provided. Pile Adequacy table also attached. Allowable lateral displacement value has been revised. Plug
welding is incorporated accordingly. Section assignment as well as bracing layout has been revised accordingly and as per on-site condition.

Building 02 (Production shed):


The assigned reinforcement of the RCC short column is more than the reinforcement in the as-built drawing. Revise the reinforcement assignment in the FEA model as per
the as-built drawing. Minimum three number/position of ground floor slab investigation is required for the connection verification between slab and grade beam as per the
discussion in the last meeting. Provide connection drawing for the Joint EP-300. Revise the slab on grade beam drawing and grade beam section as per practical
condition. Revise moment release assignment of column and rafter joint for the gable columns. Assign partition wall load on ground floor slab as per architectural drawing.
Assign default ‘Steel Wide Flange’ section shape for RC 103A, RC 103B instead of using section designer in the FEA model. Indicate section name in the architectural drawing.

Actions taken:

Pedestal reinforcement has been rechecked and revised where required and FEA model has been also revised accordingly. Total 2 locations were considered for
ground floor slab arrangement exploration. Due to existence of brick wall in the periphery and possibility of rain, no further exploration was done at this period.
Required connection drawing for EP-300 has been incorporated. Connection assignment has been revised accordingly. Partition wall load in the ground floor slab
has been incorporated in the FEA model accordingly. The FEA model has been revised to steel wide flange. Section/ Grid name in the architectural drawings has
been added and revised accordingly.
Reply to WSP remaining comments:

Please note that this response is provided on June 2019 almost a year later from the submission date to Accord.

5. The Accord also highlights in the initial inspection report that roof bracing was missing on the production shed building. The Engineer is to confirm that this
missing bracing does not affect the overall stability of the production shed building, pre and post retrofit.

Re-installation of these bracing members has been shown in the retrofitting drawings, however this should also be stated within the Recommendations of the
report. The drawings are referenced, but the retrofitting of columns and rafters are specifically mentioned, so the bracing should be also.

Current consultant’s response: Recommendation included bracing retrofitting/ installation scheme.

7. The Engineer states on page 4 of the DEA that an ’Ordinary moment resisting frame has been adopted for this project’. However there are several braced bays
which would contribute to the overall stability in the main production building. The Engineer is to review this and confirm.

BNBC Part 6, Section 1.3.2 has been referenced in response, however from reviewing this document it still seems clear that ‘Moment Resisting Frame’ is not the
correct classification for this building. Due to the presence of multiple bays of vertical bracing, it seems that a ‘Dual System’ (ref. 1.3.2.4 in BNBC Part 6) is in use.
Please correct as necessary.

Also note that the response includes reference to Table 6.2.24, which seems irrelevant to the comment. Please advise which table should have been referred to

‘Dual System’ (ref. 1.3.2.4 in BNBC Part 6) is in use. A correct reference is as follows: Dual System-CBF-Steel with steel OMRF and R=6.
14. The Engineer should also review the flat bracing connection to the web of the columns in the production shed building. Photographs within the Accord report
show the connection approximately 300mm above the base plate. This would result in the column having to resist bending in the minor axis. The Engineer is to
confirm the adequacy of the bracing to column connections.

The response to WSP’s comments states that connections have been checked, but the critical issue here is ensuring that the analysis model has been compiled
correctly, placing the connection at the as-built location, not at the node point. This should be verified by the Accord within the analysis model.

A separate analysis model confirms that this has no impact on the overall capacity of the column sections. However, it is the view of the engineer that separate
stiffener of 6mm thickness should be in place along the centerline of the bracing intersection at the column to avoid any accidental plastic hinge formation in
ultimate condition. Retrofitting has been proposed accordingly. If Accord agrees, it will be incorporated.

26. The Engineer is review the issue of waterlogging on the roof and produce remedial details to allow an efficient connection into a rain water pipe. The flat roof
should also allow for a minimum gradient to allow the water to flow sufficiently to reach drainage points. The Engineer is to show this on a new retrofit drawing.

The retrofitting drawings include a minimum slope for the roof, to allow free drainage of water. This is appropriate and reasonable, however as an already-
constructed roof, it is not clear how the slope is to be achieved. Details and explanation, sufficient to allow the required slope to be achieved, should be
provided.

This issue has been inspected and already corrected by Accord.

30. The Engineer is to provide retrofit details to suitably repair steel column flanges where test samples have been burnt from.

Stated in response that these repairs have been done. In the absence of details, it is recommended that photographic evidence is provided to ensure that
appropriate reinstatement works have been carried out.

Retrofitting is already made by welding of plates with identical thickness. No further drawing is required.

27. The Engineer is to produce as-built drawings for 3 ancillary buildings, which are highlighted in the Accords report as;  Compressor  Doctor  Childcare &
Boiler.

Stated in response that these have been submitted, but these cannot be found within the submitted package of information. This is still required to be provided.

This will be covered as part of another new extension of the premise and to be covered in that initial inspection report in detail as per factory management.

16. The Engineer provides a loading plan for the main production building. However there is no loading information relating to the 5000 & 1000 litre water tanks
positioned on the roof. The Engineer is to add this information to the loading plans.

It actually appears that the re-submitted load plans have removed the water tanks from the roof plan. Please ensure that these are included if they are present,
and that any loads shown on these plans match-up with the analysis model. If there are requirements for tanks to be removed then this should be clearly stated
in the recommendation

Tanks has already been removed and the drawings updated accordingly. No further input in the report is necessary.
Brief Retrofitting Timeline

Retrofitting will start from January 01, 2020 depending of the approval from Accord. Please note that approval, as early as possible for Main Building is crucial for
ensuring safety most.

Detail timeline/ CPM etc. is not required for Accord, rather for the management of the implimentation and hence has not been included.

Tentative completion timeline: April 30, 2019

Old Shed:

Retrofitting initiating date: January 01, 2020

Tentative Retrofitting completion timeline: March 31, 2020

Main building:

Retrofitting initiating date: January 01, 2020

Retrofitting completion in Ground Floor: March 20, 2019

Retrofitting completion in 1st floor: April 15, 2019

Retrofitting completion for rest of the floors: April 30, 2019


Draft

(Draft) Quality Control (CQC) Plan &


Agreement

Disney Sweaters Retrofitting Supervision based on Approved EA from Accord


Project Name

____________________
Accord Approval Date

_________TBD___________
Contractor

Nagar Nirmata Ltd.


Submitted By

_Disney Sweaters Ltd.


Factory and Signee

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Draft

Contractor Quality Control Plan Acknowledgement

Project Name: Disney Sweaters Retrofitting supervision based on Approved EA from Accord

The undersigned have read and concur with this Contractor Quality Control Plan:

_________________________________________________________ ________________________
Quality Control Manager/ Compliance Manager for the factory Date

_________________________________________________________ ________________________
Project Manager/ Representative for the contractor Date

_________________________________________________________ ________________________
Owner’s representative from Disney Sweaters Ltd. Date

_________________________________________________________ ________________________
Representative from Retrofitting Design & Supervision Consultant Date

_________________________________________________________ ________________________
Site Safety Manager Date

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Quality Control Manager Responsibility Form

The D&S Consultant: Nagar NIrmata Ltd , is responsible for overseeing the implementation plan of the
Quality Control and coordinates (CQC) all project testing, inspections and reporting matters directly with
the factory Management. The QC Manager, a representative from Disney Sweaters Ltd. has the
authority to intercede directly and stop unsatisfactory work and control further processing, delivery or
installation of non-conforming material.

Duties and responsible party:

o Preparation of the CQC Plan- Consultant


o Implementation of the CQC Plan- Contractor
o Verification of materials as per project plans and specifications- Consultant
o Development of means and methods to store and protect materials- Contractor
o Maintain documentation of inspection status of materials- Contractor/ Consultant
o Maintain documentation for material and administrative approvals- Contractor
o Ensure that all materials and construction are in accordance with the requirements for the
completeness, accuracy and constructability in accordance with applicable building codes-
Contractor and factory
o Carry out and participate in weekly/ fortnightly progress and QC meetings- All parties
o Maintain documentation of inspection of work executed by contractors- Consultant

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Disney Sweaters Ltd.
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Stop Work Authorization Letter
Project Name: ___________________________________________________________________

From: Company President _________________________________________________________

To: D&S Consultant : Nagar Nirmata Ltd.

This Letter of Authorization outlines your responsibility as our site Quality Control Manager for the
project referenced above. As the site Quality Control Manager, you report directly to the Project
Manager. You review the specifications, addendums and plans in their entirety and implement the
Quality Control Program. The Quality Control Program encompasses three phases of inspection:
Preparatory Meetings and Initial and Follow-Up Inspections. All inspections and testing are recorded in
the Contractor Quality Control Report (CQCR) and submitted to the Project Manager. Test reports are
submitted no later than 7 working days after the test was performed. You and/or your staff are
responsible for reviewing specifications, submittals, as-builts, plans and shop drawings for compliance to
the contractural requirements.

Additionally, this applies to all subcontractor documents. You and/or your staff conduct daily
inspections to ensure that the workmanship and materials used in the construction of the project are in
compliance with the plans, drawings and specifications.

You are authorized to stop work that does not comply with the plans and specifications. You and/or
your staff witness all tests required by the specifications and coordinate such tests with MSDGC. You
and your staff must document all non-conforming conditions, items and/or workmanship noted and
constantly monitor and alert Safety personnel to safety violations. If, at any time, you require assistance
with the implementation of the Quality Control Program, contact the Project Manager.

________________________________________
Company Chairman
Acknowledgements

________________________________________
Subcontractor “A”

________________________________________
Subcontractor “B”

________________________________________
Subcontractor “C”

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Major Definable Features of Work

Check all definable features of work and describe how each feature will be accomplished.

Construction Activities Contractor Primary Contact

☐ Form Work Contractor


☐ Concrete Contractor Contractor

☐ Steel Contractor

Construction Site Activities Contractor Primary Contact

☐ Hazardous Material (if exists Contractor


on site)

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Three Phases of Inspection

Preparatory Meetings

Preparatory Meetings are performed prior to the beginning of any major Definable Feature of Work. A
meeting is held for each crew performing such feature or when members of the crew change.
Preparatory Meetings are conducted by the Quality Control Manager and/or designee after a complete
review of all applicable plans, specifications, shop drawings and related submittals. A Preparatory Phase
Meeting Checklist will be completed for each Definable Feature of Work and distributed at the meetings.
The factory and contractor is notified at least 48 hours in advance of the Preparatory Meeting. The
following items are discussed at each meeting:

1. Review of applicable specifications.


2. Review of applicable plans and shop drawings.
3. Review of related submittals and a check that all related submittals, shop drawings and
materials have been tested (if applicable), submitted and approved.
4. Review of the detailed sequence of the execution of the work.
5. Discuss required testing and frequency.
6. Review provisions to ensure controlled inspection and testing.
7. Examination of the work area to ensure that all required preliminary work has been completed
and is in compliance with the plans and/or specifications.
8. Examination of the related material, review of the Receiving Material Inspection Reports and
verification that the items received are in compliance with the contract and are properly stored.
9. Review of the Site Safety Plan to ensure that all safety precautions are met and the required
safety equipment has been purchased and is available.
10. Review the document and the workmanship expected for the Definable Feature of Work.
11. Meeting Minutes are recorded and sent within 48 hours of the conclusion of the meeting.

Initial Inspections

Initial Inspections are performed at the beginning of any Definable Feature of Work and must be
repeated at any time new workmen or new crews are assigned to the work or if the required standard of
work is not being met. An Initial Phase Checklist will be completed for each Definable Feature of Work
and distributed at the initial inspection. The following is accomplished during these meetings:

1. Review the minutes of the Preparatory Meeting and verify that the work complies with the
design documents (ie, submittals, specifications and/or shop drawings).
2. Resolve all differences.
3. Verify adequacy of inspection and testing.
4. Establish a level of workmanship and verify that it meets the requirements.
5. Provide documentation of the previous inspection of the work area.
6. Re-examine the work area for compliance.
7. Meeting Minutes are recorded and sent within 48 hours of the conclusion of the meeting.

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Follow-Up Inspections

Follow-Up Inspections are performed daily to ensure that the control established during Preparatory
Meeting and Initial Inspection continues to provide a product that conforms to the contractual
requirements.

1. Construction daily activities are inspected by factory representatives in accordance with Quality
Control Procedures and the Quality Control Report (CQCR) is completed.
2. Installation and testing activities which do not comply with the requirements are documented
on a Non-Conformance Report (NCR)
3. Modifications, repairs and/or replacement of materials and/or parts performed subsequent to
Final Inspection require replacement of materials and/or parts installed. Re-inspection and re-
testing are required to verify acceptability. Inspection and testing documents are submitted to
Disney Document Control and are filed and maintained in accordance with Quality Control
Testing and Verifications.

Signature of acknowledgement indicate that the Three Phases of the Quality Control Inspection
Program are understood and will be followed.

________________________________________ ____________________
QC Manager for Contractor Date

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Quality Control Testing and Verifications

PURPOSE

To ensure that tests of the Contractor’s work is adequately planned and that the necessary testing
procedures are available to perform the tests in a satisfactory manner. This procedure establishes the
methods to be used when performing the tests listed in the specifications.

TESTING (Onsite, Factory/Offsite)

A list of tests required to verify that control measures are adequate are delineated in the specifications
and/or determined upon the completion of the design. The list includes the test name, specification
paragraph, feature of work to be tested, the test frequency and the organization’s name that will
perform the test. The contractor/ Engineer provides written notice to the factory of the proposed test
3 days in advance (5 working days for factory or other offsite tests). The factory Manager witnesses
the test with the appropriate organization representatives present and/or with the individual(s)
qualified to perform the designated test(s).

FAILED TEST

Failing tests are cleared by one of the following methods:


1. Retest – Retest if there is any doubt that the first test was not adequate.
2. Rework – Re-inspect and re-test.
3. Failed Material – Remove, replace, re-inspect and re-test.

PROCEDURES

1. The consultant reviews the testing requirements to ensure that the planned test is in
accordance with the design documents: ie, plans, specifications, shop drawings and/or other
documents.
2. Instruments used for testing are calibrated in accordance with established calibration
procedures. Specialists experienced in such work perform the calibration.
3. Technicians performing tests provide copies of calibration certificates and their field notes and
reports to the Quality Control Manager.
4. The Quality Control Manager witnesses all required tests detailed in the design documents
(plans, specifications, shop drawings, etc).

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Testing Agency Schedule
Project Name: Date: Project Number:

Agency Discipline Estimated Date of Test

Civil Engineering/
BUET/Equivalent Material Testing (Steel January 1, 2020
plate test)

Concrete strength
BUET/Equivalent conformity test (cylinder As required
test)

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Disney Sweaters Ltd.
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Report Number: Page 2 of 2
CONSULTANT’S QUALITY CONTROL REPORT (CQCR)
WEEKLY LOG OF CONSTRUCTION Date:

Project Name: Project Number:

Activity Start/Finish:

QC Requirements:

QA/QC Punch List:

Contractors/Visitors on Site:

Equipment Hours (Total Operating Hours to Date):

Accident Reporting (Describe Accident):

Contractor and On behalf of the contractor, I certify that this report is complete and correct and all
Consultant’s equipment and material used and work performed during this reporting period are in
Certification compliance with the contract, plans and specifications, to the best of my knowledge,
except as noted above.

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Non-Conformance Report
Disney Sweaters Ltd. Retrofitting DSL

Structural ☐ Mechanical ☐ Electrical ☐ Civil ☐

Date: Location: Spec. Section: Spec. Paragraph:

Non-Conforming Condition:

Reported By (Quality Control Representative): Date:

Disposition:

Dispositioned By (Engineer/ Consultant): Date:

Re-Inspected By (Quality Control Representative): Date:

Accepted By (Factory Management): Date:

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Construction Punch List
Project Name: Project Number:

Structural ☐ Electrical (if any) ☐ Civil ☐

Inspected By: Date: Page: ___ of ___

Completed by Accepted by
Item
Description Construction Quality Control
No.
(Sign/Date) (Sign/Date)

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Fortnightly QA/QC Definable Feature Meeting Minutes
Project Name: Project Number:

Date: Time: Location: Page: ___ of ___

Attendees
Disney Sweaters Ltd. Contractor Consultant Other

Action Action
No. Description of Item Discussed
Date By

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Preparatory Meeting Checklist
Project Name: Project Number:

DFOW

Date: Sheet: Spec. Section: Page: 3 of 3

Site Safety Plan Approved? YES ☐ NO ☐


Review Site Safety Plan:
SAFETY

Comments during meeting:


COMMENTS
MEETING

Worksheets:
WORKSHEETS

Other items or remarks:


OTHER ITEMS OR
REMARKS

Reported By: Reviewed By: Reviewed By:

(Quality Control Inspector) (Quality Control Manager) (QA Representative)

Disney Sweaters Ltd.


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QC Inspection Checklist
Project Name: Project Number:

DFOW:

Date: Sheet: Spec. Section: Page: ___ of ___

No. Item Yes No N/A


1 Was the production ongoing in the factory?
2 Material
a) Were materials inspected for compliance?
b) Were corrective actions taken for defective material?
c) Were corrective actions appropriate?
d) Were any deviations accepted?
3 Installation Requirements
a) Did work comply with specifications or plans?
b) Was workmanship satisfactory?
c) Were corrective actions appropriate?
d) Were any deviations accepted?
4 Tests
a) Were tests being performed?
b) Was testing frequency satisfactory?
c) Were test samples or locations appropriate?
d) Was testing quality coordinated with Mechanical/Electrical technicians?
5 Inspections
a) Was inspection done by the QC Inspector in the Prep. meeting?
b) Was the inspection frequency as established in the Prep. Meeting?
c) Were critical inspections satisfactory?
d) Was the inspection satisfactory?
6 Safety
a) Was the safety officer present?
b) Were the safety requirements followed?
c) Were the safety requirements modified?
Remarks (explanations required for “No” responses and if deviations were accepted):

Reported By: Reviewed By: Reviewed By:

(Consultant/ Contractor ) (Consultant) (Factory)

Disney Sweaters Ltd.


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QC Inspection Checklist
Project Name: Project Number:

DFOW:

Date: Sheet: Spec. Section: Page: ___ of ___

Receiving Material Inspection Report


Project Name: Project Number:

DFOW:

Date Received: Order Number: Date Inspected: Inspected By:

Ref No. Item Description Quantity Partial or Okay or Special


Full? Damaged? Storage?

Disney Sweaters Ltd.


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QC Inspection Checklist
Project Name: Project Number:

DFOW:

Date: Sheet: Spec. Section: Page: ___ of ___

Remarks (explanations required for partial and damaged material):

Disney Sweaters Ltd.


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GUIDELINES FOR SAFETY & HEALTH ON CONSTRUCTION SITES
This guideline has been prepared with a view to providing essential information to job
contractors/employers to ensure health and safety on construction sites.

1.0 MANAGING SAFETY AND HEALTH ON CONSTRUCTION SITES

1.1 Safety policy

Every employer of 50 or employees shall make a written statement of his policy with respect to
the safety and health of his employees and make arrangements to give effect to the policy.

1.2 Risk assessment

The employer should make a suitable and sufficient assessment of: -

(a) Any risk to the safety and health to which any employee is exposed whilst he is at work.
(b) Any risk to the safety and health of any person not in his employment arising out of or in
connection with the conduct by him of his undertaking.

2.0 ORGANISING THE SITE

2.1 Planning the work

Make a good planning by gathering as much information about the project and the project site
before works begin to ensure safety during construction phase. Information that could be
sought should be: -

(a) Underground services.


(b) Presence of live bare electrical conductors, underground/overhead insulated cables.
Advice from the authority concerned should be sought prior to start of work.
(c) Ground conditions.
(d) Contract documents.
(e) Nearby schools, footpaths and roads.
(f) Other activities going on the site.

2.2 Organising the work

Responsibilities regarding safety and health between different stakeholders should be clearly
allocated: -

(a) Between client/main contractor/subcontractor.


(b) By appointment of competent supervisors/safety and health officers.
(c) By proper coordination on site between parties.

2.3 Common facilities to be provided

Ensure provision of basic facilities to ensure safety, health and welfare of employees.
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2.3.1 Site access

Adequate, safe and separate pedestrian and vehicular traffic routes should be provided on and
around the site.

2.3.2 Site boundaries

Fence the construction site to prevent the entry of unauthorised persons on construction sites,
which are located in built-up areas and alongside vehicular and pedestrian traffic routes.

2.3.3 Public safety

Ensure public safety through appropriate fencing of site or by other means.

2.3.4 Lighting

Ensure adequate lighting of all worksite through natural and/or artificial lighting.

2.3.5 Site tidiness

(a) The site should be kept tidy.


(b) Walkways and stairs should be kept free of slipping and tripping hazards.
(c) Ensure there are no protruding nails on loose or fixed materials.

2.3.6 Storage areas

(a) Set up storage areas for plants, materials, flammable substances (e.g. flammable
liquids and gases) and hazardous substances (e.g. chemicals).
(b) Store flammable materials away from other materials and protected from accidental
ignition.
(c) Prevent obstruction of access routes/emergency escapes by proper storage of
materials.
(d) Materials to be properly stacked to prevent falls.

2.3.7 Fire Safety

Ensure fire safety on the construction site by: -

(a) Providing adequate means for fighting fire.


(b) Training of personnel in the use of these fire-fighting equipments.

3.0 EXCAVATIONS

(a) Locate and identify all utility services, such as electrical, water and sewer in the area
before beginning to excavate.
(b) Don’t use pointed tools to probe for underground electrical cables.
(c) Remove or secure trees, utility poles, rocks or similar objects near the edge of an
excavation to prevent workers from being injured.

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(d) Support the sides of excavations by sheet piling, shoring and bracing to guard against
danger to workers from fall or dislodgement of earth, rock or other material.
(e) Inspect excavation slopes and/or supporting systems daily for erosion or deterioration.
(f) Keep excavated materials back at least 600 mm (2 ft.) from the edge of any trench
excavation and 1.2 m (4 ft.) from any other excavation.
(g) Erect substantial guardrails or barriers around excavations to prevent workers or other
persons from falling into them.
(h) Provide a ladder when workers are required to enter excavations over 1.5 m (5 ft) in depth.
(i) Do not place or move load, plant or equipment near the edge of any excavation where it is
likely to cause its collapse and thereby endanger any person unless precautions such as
the provision of shoring or piling are taken to prevent the sides from collapsing.
(j) Provide anchored stop blocks and barriers to prevent vehicles being driven into the
excavation.
(k) Do not allow heavy vehicles near the excavation unless the support work has been
specially designed to permit it.
(l) If an excavation is likely to affect the security of a structure on which persons are working,
precautions should be taken to protect the structure from collapse by providing shoring.

4.0 WORKING AT HEIGHT

4.1 General provisions

(a) Ensure that working platform is secure and check that it: -

(i) will support the weight of workers using it and any materials and equipment they are
likely to use or store on it.
(ii) is stable and will not overturn.
(iii) is footed on stable ground or on a stable support or structure.

(b) Provide guard rails, barriers, etc. at open edges, including edges of floors, floor openings,
edges of roofs and edges of working platforms.

4.2 Guard rails

Guard rails should: -

(a) be made from any material, provided they are strong and rigid enough to prevent people
from falling and be able to withstand other loads likely to be placed on them.
(b) Be fixed to a structure, or part of a structure capable of supporting them.
(c) Include: -
(i) a main guard rail at least 900 mm above any edge from which people are liable to fall.
(ii) a toe board at least 150 mm high.
(iii) a sufficient number of intermediate guard rails or suitable alternatives.
(d) Risks of falls through openings or fragile material (e.g. rooflights), to be reduced by
providing appropriate and adequate guard rails or barriers to cover the opening or material.

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4.3 Safe working platforms

All working platforms should be: -

(a) Fully boarded and securely fixed to prevent displacement.


(b) Strong enough to support the load usually placed on it (workers and materials).
(c) Provided with toe-boards so as to prevent materials and tools from falling over the
edges.

4.4 General access scaffolds

All scaffolds should be: -

(a) Properly designed, constructed, erected and maintained so as to prevent collapse or


accidental displacement.
(b) Based on a firm and level foundation.
(c) Erected on a firm ground capable of supporting the weight of the scaffold and any load
likely to be placed on it.
(d) Braced and tied into a permanent structure or otherwise stabilized.
(e) Provided with platforms that are fully boarded and wide enough for the work and for
access.
(f) Provided with scaffold boards that are properly supported and rest on at least three
supports.
(g) Have a safe ladder or other access onto the work platforms.

4.5 Safe use of access ladders

(a) Any ladder should be properly fixed to prevent slipping.


(b) A good handhold should be provided to the ladder.
(c) The ladder should be leaned at the proper angle to minimize the risk of slipping outwards,
that is, about 1 m out at the base for every 4 m in height.
(d) The top of the ladder should rest against a solid surface and not on fragile or other
insecure materials such as cement or plastic guttering.
(e) Both feet of the ladder should rest on a firm footing and cannot slip.
(f) If the ladder is more than 3 m long, or used as a way to and from a workplace, it should be
secured from falling by fixing it at the top or sometimes at base.
(g) If the ladder cannot be fixed a second person should secure the ladder at the base while it
is being used.
(h) The ladder should extend a sufficient height (about 1 m) above any landing place where
workers will get on and off it unless some other adequate handhold is available.

4.6 Stepladders

(a) Stepladders should be fully opened and both spreader bars should be locked.
(b) Stepladders should not be used on top of scaffolds, platforms, or other surfaces above the
ground.
(c) Unattended tools, such as hammers, should not be left on top of stepladder.
(d) Stepladder should be dismounted before being moved.
(e) Top most rung of a stepladder should not be used.
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4.7 Care of ladders

(a) Ladders should be inspected regularly by a competent person and damaged ladders
should be removed from service.
(b) Ladders should be properly stored on racks under cover and above ground.
(c) Ladders should not be hung from its rungs.

4.8 Roof works

(a) All roof-work operations should be pre-planned and properly supervised.


(b) Roof work should only be undertaken by workers who are physically and psychologically fit
and have the necessary knowledge and experience for such work.
(c) Work on roofs should not be carried on in weather conditions that threaten the safety of
workers.

4.8.1 Flat roofs

(a) All the edges and openings on a roof from or through which there is a risk of fall should be
protected with suitable guardrails and toe boards.
(b) All covers for openings in roofs should be of substantial construction and be secured in
position.

4.8.2 Sloping roofs

(a) When work is being carried out on sloping roofs, sufficient and suitable crawling boards or
roof ladders should be provided and firmly secured in position as soon as practicable.
(b) During extensive work on sloping roofs, edge protection in the form of barriers or
guardrails high enough and strong enough should be provided to stop worker from falling
off the roof.

4.8.3 Fragile Roofs

Where workers are required to work on or near roofs or other places covered with fragile
material, through which they are liable to fall, they should be provided with sufficient suitable
roof ladders or crawling boards strong enough, when spanning across the supports for the roof
covering, to support those workers.

5.0 MOVING, LIFTING AND HANDLING LOADS

5.1 Manual handling

(a) Work site and storage of materials should be planned so that manual handling is reduced
to a minimum.
(b) Manual handling should be done by the kinetic lifting technique and the person involved
should be properly trained.

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5.2 Hoists

(a) Select a hoist, which is suitable for the site and capable of lifting the loads required.
(b) To prevent people being struck by the platform or other moving parts: -
(i) Enclose the hoistway at places where people might be struck, e.g., working platforms
or window/door openings.
(ii) Provide gates at all landings and at ground level
(c) Prevent falling down the hoistway by making sure: -
(i) the hoistway is fenced where people could fall down it.
(ii) the gates at landings are kept closed except during loading and unloading.
(iii) the edge of the hoist platform is close to the edge of the landing so that there is no
gap to fall through.
(d) Prevent being hit by falling materials by: -
(i) stopping loads falling from the platform, e.g., make sure wheelbarrows are not
overfilled.
(ii) not carrying loose loads. Put loose loads in proper container or use a hoist with an
enclosed platform.
(iii) not overloading the platform.
(iv) enclosing the hoistway.
(v) hoist should be used to carry materials only.

5.3 Lifts

Lifts for the carriage of persons need to be especially constructed and installed for the purpose,
with such features as mechanical and electrical interlocking devices on the cage and landing
gates.

5.4 Mobile cranes

(a) The crane should be able to lift the load on a site.


(b) It should be of such a size so that it can be used safely on a site.
(c) Crane’s inspection certificates should be up-to-date.
(d) The crane should be fitted with an automatic Safe Load Indicator, which should be in
good working order.
(e) The employer should ensure that the driver is trained and experienced in the operation of
the type of crane being used.
(f) The crane should be sited in a safe place, so that;
 The driver has a clear view of the site.
 It is well away from excavations and overhead powerlines.
 It is on level ground which can take its full weight and together with its maximum load.

6.0 SITE VEHICLES AND MOBILE PLANT

(a) Provide safe site entry and exit points with adequate turning room and good visibility for
vehicle drivers.
(b) Keep pedestrians separate from vehicles, e.g., by providing separate site entry and exit
points.
(c) Consider a one-way system and avoid needs for vehicles to reverse wherever possible.

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(d) Consider fitting reversing alarms to vehicles.
(e) Make use of signalers to control high-risk situations, e.g., where visibility is restricted.
(f) Prepare the running surface of temporary roads. Where the site is muddy, use hardcore
or other fill to overcome the problem of skidding and repair potholes
(g) Protect any temporary structures, such as scaffolds or falseworks, which might be
damaged and made unsafe if struck by a vehicle.
(h) Protect any excavations and alongside any areas of water if vehicles must pass close by.
(i) Take precautions, such as stop blocks, where vehicles tip materials into excavations.
(j) Make sure that vehicles are not overloaded as they may become unstable, difficult to
steer or have their braking efficiency impaired.
(k) Make sure loads are securely attached to vehicles and that loose materials cannot fall
from lorries or site dumpers and strike workers.
(l) Take special precautions with blind corners.

7.0 CHEMICALS

(a) Follow the instructions provided on the labels when working with glues, paints, and
solvents.
(b) Work with glue, paint, or solvents in well-ventilated areas so as to prevent build-up of
hazardous environment to chemical vapours.
(c) Use appropriate personal protective equipment and clothing to employees working with
chemicals based on labels and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

8.0 PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Employers on construction sites need specific Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to ensure
their safety and health. e.g.: -

8.1 Safety helmet

(a) Employees should be provided with safety helmets to protect the head from injury due to
falling or flying objects or due to striking against objects or structures.
(b) Employers should ensure that the safety helmets are worn.
(c) When working at height, a strap should additionally be used to prevent the safety helmets
from falling.

8.2 Footwear

(a) Protective footwear should be provided to workers who are exposed to the risk of injury of
materials being dropped on their feet or nail or other sharp objects penetrating their sole.
(b) Where it is likely that employees will be working in water or wet concrete, appropriate
boots should be provided.

8.3 Goggles and safety spectacles

The employer should provide goggles or other suitable protective device when likely to be
exposed to eye or face injury from airborne dust or flying particles, dangerous substances,

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harmful heat, light or other radiation, and in particular during welding, flame cutting, rock drilling,
concrete mixing or other hazardous work;

8.4 Gloves and protective clothing

Protective gloves and suitable protective clothing to protect hands or the whole body as
required when exposed to heat radiation or while handling hot, hazardous or other substances
which might cause injury to the skin should be provided by the employer.

8.5 Other protective equipments

Where necessary, workers should be provided with and required to wear the following personal
protective equipment: -

(a) Ear protection when exposed to noise.


(b) Dust masks when exposed to excessive dust.
(c) Waterproof clothing and head coverings when working in adverse weather conditions.
(d) Safety harnesses with independently secured lifelines where protection against falls
cannot be provided by other appropriate means.
(e) Life vests and life preservers where there is a danger of falling into water.
(f) Distinguishing clothing or reflective devices or otherwise conspicuously visible material
when there is regular exposure to danger from moving vehicles.

Note: All protective equipments should be properly maintained and stored after use.

9.0 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

9.1 Transport
(a) Where an employee has suffered injury or illness at work necessitating his removal to his
home or to a hospital or other similar institution, the employer shall promptly and at his
own expense provide an appropriate means of conveyance for the employee.
(b) The appointed person or first-aider shall accompany the injured or ill employee to a
hospital or other similar institution whenever the circumstances so justify.

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RESOURCES: -

1. The ILO Code of Practice – Safety and Health in Construction.


2. The UK Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007.
3. Health and Safety in Construction – Health and Safety Executives (HSE) Books.
4. Safety, Health and Welfare – A training manual – ILO.
5. The Occupational Safety and Health Act 2005.
6. Regulation for Building and Excavation Work – GN 358 of 1980.