QAMS (Quality Assurance Management System) refers to a structured framework of processes, procedures, and protocols designed to ensure and maintain the quality of environmental management practices. QAMS focuses on establishing systematic approaches to monitor, assess, and improve the quality of environmental data, processes, and outcomes.
The Quality Assurance Manager (or QA Officer or QA Coordinator is the individual designated within an organization having management oversight and responsibilities for planning, documenting, coordinating, and assessing the system effectiveness for ensuring the value of the work.
The Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) is the document that describes the intended technical activities and project procedures that will be implemented to ensure that the results of the work to be performed will satisfy the stated performance or acceptance criteria.
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