What is An NCR?
An NCR is a report of a set of work which does not meet the agreed standards, for example, when an element of the works, or a process associated with the works fails to comply with the Specification. An NCR can be used for internal purposes or for gaining third party approval from the client’s representative.
What are the purposes of the NCR Register?
The NCR Register facilitates the tracking of NCR items raised within a project by documenting the key details of the problems and issues raised, and providing transparency to their resolution. It manages the entire non-conformance process from creating and sending approvals, attaching related documents, generating reports to closing out the NCR.
How to Set Up?
Tips for Users:
1) If the NCR is related to an inspection item of an ITP, you can attach it to a checklist inspection point: Attach NCR to a Checklist Inspection Point / Attach NCR to a Checklist Inspection Point (D)
2) You can also attach photos and/or documents to the NCR that you have created:
3) The entire NCR approval process can be created and managed from the NCR register:
4) When the NCR approval process has other conditions, and there is a review process that needs to be managed outside the basic workflow, the NCR can be manually approved with certain conditions proposed and agreed upon. You can use the "Set Manual Approval" function to manage this :