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12.1 Quality Assurance and QA Monitoring All aspects of this project, design, procurement, fabrication, construction, construction management and assembly activities will be periodically reviewed with regard of Quality Assurance issues from conceptual design through to completion. The requirements of a Quality Assurance Plan can be applied to various systems, components, structures, and related services based on the complexity and safety aspects of the particular item or related services. To provide a consistent basis for identifying the specific quality requirements to the system, structure, component or related service, a set of definitions is outlined below identifying three levels of control to meet the MICE QA. These are as follows: Level I: Those systems, components, structures and materials whose design problems are so unique as to require design verification or whose failure or malfunction would: Jeopardize the facility and surrounding area personnel safety. Reduce safe emergency experiment facility shutdown capability. Jeopardize the RAL/ISIS beam operation. Such systems would cover, for example, the hydrogen system and vacuum chambers which are considered as pressure vessels and will be covered by a full safety assessment and review. Level I Systems: Liquid Hydrogen Systems System Pressure-relief Protection Systems Personnel Protection and Interlock Systems Plant Protection Systems High Voltage Systems Level II: - Systems, components, structures or materials associated with the MICE experiment whose failure would: Render the MICE inoperable for excessive period of time. Cause a subsequent hazard in some other (MICE) system or damage other critical MICE equipment. Require long lead times for replacement items or repairs to MICE Cause loss of full performance design capability of MICE. Cause unacceptable delays in construction or start-up schedules due to a nonconformance to specifications upon delivery. Such systems are the major components of MICE. An example is needed: failure of a vacuum window for example? Level II systems will be subject to an internal MICE design and safety review. Level II Systems: RF Cavity and Coupling Coil Module RF Power System Absorber and Focus Coil Modules Structural Support components Vacuum System Cryogenic liquefied gases, Receiving, Storage, Handling 201 MHz Details The focus Final of coilsTracker the Cherenkov Cavity in the AFC module Solenoid Detector Conceptual Design Cryogenic Piping System Cryogenic Refrigeration System Non-critical Plant Protection & Process Control Supervisory Control – what does this mean? Data Acquisition Level III: - Items not covered at level I or II. These items will be contained within level II items and be scrutinized during the level II review process. Level III items: Vacuum pumps? Off the shelf items? This procedure was prepared to ensure that the execution of the equipment supply from its procurement through to the manufacturing and final delivery can be traced with convincing evidence that each operation is done to the satisfaction of meeting the standard of quality that is fit for the nature of the project. This QA procedure is intended to be simple to implement without loosing sight of its quality issues. In addition to the above detail of scrutiny, the procedures should allow the project to scrutinise (through review) the design, cost, schedule, material and procurement plans at appropriate stages to ensure correct adherence to codes and project standards.