May 2015, Vol 242, No. 5

Features

Role of Quality Management System in Project Completion

Quality is critical and the most important factor for completion of a project on time and within the allocated budget. If proper quality checks are not in place, defective materials or work may cause damage to equipment and facilities, and potentially resulting in health and safety hazards. Successful projects are those that meet business requirements and are delivered on schedule. Many factors contribute to a project’s success such as project planning, resource allocation, risk management and governance criteria, but effective quality management is critical for any project success. A quality management system (QMS) is a technique used to explain to employees what is required and to

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