Civil & Structural Supplement
Sector Schemes for Quality Management in Highway Works
Describes the quality management system requirements to be established to demonstrate an organisation is able to provide static temporary traffic management on motorways and high speed dual carriageways including on-line widening schemes.
Published by the Sector Scheme Advisory Committee NHSS12A/B. Until July 2006 Sector Scheme Documents 12A and 12B existed as standalone documents: 9001:2008. 12A: Issue 1.0 22 July 1998. Issue 1.1 18 August 1998. Issue UKAS 1 January 2000 (unpublished). Issue UKAS 2 May 2000. Issue UKAS 3 December 2002. Issue UKAS 4 Aug 2004. Issue UKAS 5 July 2005. 12B: Issue UKAS 1.0 July 2000. Issue UKAS 2.0 March 2003. Issue UKAS 3.0 Aug 2004. Issue UKAS 4.0 July 2005. 12A/12B: Issue UKAS 1 November 2006. Issue UKJA 2 December 2009. Issue UKAS 3 August 2010. Issue UKAS 4 July 2012. Issue UKAS 5 September 2014. Issue UKAS 6 March 2016. Issue 7 December 2016. 9001:2015: Issue 1 December 2016. Issue 2 October 2017. Issue 3 December 2018
National Highways Sector Schemes (NHSS) have been developed with the support of UKAS; they are complementary to and interpret the quality management standard ISO 9001:2000. Several different committees are involved in the publication of these documents, which are overseen by the Highways Sector Scheme Liaison Group.
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