3.4.1 Design and Engineering Input
The requirements for the design and engineering, whether internally generated or customer
defined, are reviewed for adequacy. Any problems with these requirements shall be
resolved with the originator of the requirements prior to commencement of the design
engineering process. All appropriate statutory or regulatory requirements are identified at this stage. Where the requirement is originated by the customer, the design and Engineering Input review form an integral part of the Contract Review.
3.4.2 Design and Engineering Output
As the design and engineering progresses the design output is produced. This usually takes
form Technical Proposal, consisting of drawings, schedule, equipment catalogs and data
sheets, etc. final review and release of Technical Proposal is made by Project Manager.
3.4.3 Design and Engineering Review
At appropriate stages of the design and engineering process the design reviews are held
between the engineers responsible for different parts of the project. They critically appraise
progress and re-evaluate the design plan.
The design review meeting is minute, the minutes are signed by Project Manager and
distributed to all present at the meetings.
3.4.4 Design and Engineering Changes
If following the comments received from the customer, it becomes necessary to modify or
amend the documentation: this generates, controlled and released in the same manner as
for the original design output documentation.