SCCC Strengths

Manpower

Function Employees
Administration 594
Procurement 160
Engineers 1,423
Surveyor 100
Draftsman 161
Civil/Architectural Foreman 965
General Foreman 385
Skilled Labour 2,815
Semi-skilled Labour 799
Unskilled Labour 1,932
Specialised Labour 2,817
Technician 332
Electrician 565
Equipment Operator 381
Mechanic 138
Driver 919
Other Functions 63
TOTAL 14,549
SCCC has more than 14,500 skilled and unskilled employees. All have completed safety trained and able to follow all companies' specific policies. SCCC shifts its teams between different projects and regions in the Kingdom.

Each employee is equipped with the trade specific tools for his assignment and does have the skills, attitude, and reliability to render his tasks efficiently. The team is strong and seasoned and as such capable of completing their assignments within the contractual deadline and professional perfection. The graphical tabulation gives more details on the manpower strength of SCCC.

Machineries and Equipment

Equipment Units
Earthmoving equipment 528
Civil construction equipment 521
Specialised Construction Equipment 34
Mechanical & Electrical Equipment 708
Lifting Equipment 185
Communication Equipment 13
Vehicles 999
TOTAL 2,988
Besides the basic machineries, SCCC is capable to work with highly sophisticated and updated materials. We recognize the importance of open lines of communication within our company as well as keeping a finger on the pulse of our clients. The client’s needs and wants direct our machinery resource modernization and advancement.

Safety Standards

We believe that with strong planning, effective implementation and continual training, stringent project management, as well as focused safety management, SCCC is going to achieve a safety record comparable to international standards.

SCCC's top management takes ownership of compliance with all applicable safety standards. Competent persons back them up in industrial safety that provide expertise and supervision of work environment and equipment. We regularly monitor compliance with safety standards and have implemented a surveillance program along with coaching & mentoring of employees during job execution as a part of safety assurance.

Quality Control and Assurance

SCCC has its own Quality Management System (QMS) consisting of two sub-systems: Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC). This Quality Management System is applicable to all functions within the Company. For each individual project, SCCC maintains a project specific quality management system.

Key to achieving and maintaining quality is dedication on all levels, zero tolerance policies, and fully open and transparent communication.

SCCC is responsible for QA and QC throughout all clients’ projects. This will be accomplished using a proactive approach of "steering" quality into all projects and "restoring" quality, as required. Our Quality Control Methodology builds on the principle that quality has to be conceived at the inception of a project and "steered" through all project phases from initial design, document preparation, job execution, commissioning, and warranty to optimize project execution, rather than attempting to "re-inject" quality at the end of a project.

Following is a summary of the key elements of QC and QA as outlined in the SCCC Manual.

Steering

The QA/QC Team is comprised of senior professionals from technical, managerial, and construction practice from SCCC as well as our clients, partners and contractors. During the mobilization phase of a project, the responsible project manager will assemble QA/QC personnel to review system concepts proposed in the Functional Specification Document. The benefit of this approach is the close link between SCCC and its partners to from the inception of a project onwards coordinate daily work during the procurement, construction and pre-commissioning phases, as well as to ensure adherence to clients' and industry standards and regulations as specified in the QA and Project Execution Plans.

Quality Assurance

As the Project Team collectively steers the design towards the best conceptual solution, the next essential element in achieving and controlling quality is Quality Assurance (QA). QA is a daily function and an essential responsibility of each team member. During the subsequent construction and pre-commissioning phases, each discipline has to coordinate regularly on project-related issues. Open communication channels between all members, partners to coordinate daily inspection and testing activities are pivotal during these phases.

The Qa/QC Team

At the onset of the project, the Project Manager subject to review and approval by the client and SCCC management appoints the QA/QC team members. This team includes:

Project Manager - Supervise and secure adherence to all quality related issues.

QA Manager - Develops QA Manual and QC Plan applicable to the Project; reviews and evaluates Quality Systems Audit results; verifies compliance of work standards as applied throughout the project.

QC Supervisor - Oversees implementation and reviews results of QC inspection and testing activities; ensures compliance to standards and QC plan requirements.

Procurement QC Supervisor - Reviews of requisitions and purchase orders; organises and schedules pre-inspection meetings; review of vendor quality programs.

Civil & Communications Engineer - primary contact for each specific discipline; daily involvement with overall coordination of respective processes and documents.

Quality Systems Auditor - Develops and implements internal audit program covering all work phases.

Quality Control

Quality Control (QC) is an important element in the quality product equation. The objective is to institute well coordinated inspection and test plans with clearly defined procedures and to have highly dedicated and well-prepared QA/QC team to implement the QC review steps. As a final determination, all construction documents are thoroughly reviewed utilizing a detailed QC procedure to reveal items that merit additional work.

Client Review

Upon receiving the clients' review comments, the Project Manager assembles the project team to understand each comment and discuss a proposed course of action. Each team member will be made aware of potential coordination items. Once the project team collectively agrees on the actions to be taken, formal comment annotations are documented and presented to the client for approval. Approved annotated review comments are than distributed to the entire project team. If applicable, project documents are updated as annotated. After final review that all comments have been incorporated in pertaining project documents and procedures, the QA/QC review team conducts a Project Compliance Review to assure that all comments have been addressed. To aid the QA/QC team and the client in their compliance review, the annotated comments as approved are expanded to include a brief explanation describing what action was taken and where documentation on this action may be found.

QUALITY AUDIT SELF-ASSESSMENT

SCCC Sector Vice Presidents have authority to audit any project within their respective business sector to independently from the QA/OC team determine that the project QA/QC plan is being followed and properly documented and that applicable corporate procedures – such as those regarding project files and communication – are being implemented. Reports of these audits will be recorded in the Quality Control file. Problem reporting, upward as well as downward feedback and corrective actions are parts of this process.

Procurement

SCCC firmly believe that Purchasing competitively is an essential ingredient for success in today’s competitive climate.
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