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Quality Guide. CJC Quality Guide Vol. 7 April


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An introduction to C.C.JENSEN A/S’ Quality Guide

It is important that our customers know what C.C.JENSEN A/S stands for when talking Quality.

Published by: C.C.JENSEN A/S | Løvholmen 13 | 5700 Svendborg | Denmark © C.C.JENSEN A/S, 2011

Authors: Lars Qvistgaard, Quality Manager

Layout: Joan Kabel, Marketing Coordinator


Quality Guide

3. Quality policy 4. General

5. The quality management system 6. The management’s responsibility 6. Resource managment

7. Production

8. Development and construction 9. Purchasing

10. Production, installation and service provision 11. Checking measurement and testing equipment 11. Non-conformities

12. Continuous improvement

13. Certificate - Filter Unit Plant, Svendborg 14. Certificate - Filter Insert Plant, Hesselager 15. Certificate - Casting Department


Stig Due Lars Qvistgaard


“Our intention is to fulfil customer expectations and needs with regards to quality in such a manner that no employee creates unnecessary work for others during the execution of his/her duties, in either the customer’s or C.C.JENSEN A/S’ organisations.

This is achieved by compliance with quality management docu-ments and internal standards, and by all our employees working towards the constant reduction of costs, and thus contributing to a healthy business and competitive prices.”

Stig Due Lars Qvistgaard

CEO Quality Manager

Quality Policy



C.C.JENSEN A/S has resolved that all activities which directly or indirectly affect the quality of products and services sold or pro-vided to customers must be maintained, defined and controlled in an ISO 9001:2008 quality management system, certified by DNV GL.

This manual defines the scope of the quality management sy-stem in a general and abbreviated form. It is designed to provide an uncomplicated picture of the system and its procedures. The manual cannot substitute the quality control documents in use. Please refer to www.cjc.dk for further formal details of the com-pany profile, products and other services, and to

www.dnvgl.com for documentation of the three relevant certifi-cates for the Filter Equipment, Filter Inserts and Casting Depart-ment, as well as valid MED-B and -D certificates for the Windows Department.


The Quality

Management System

The system is based on requirements in full compliance with DS/ EN ISO 9001:2008 and is structured in a Notes Sherlock database. The documentation includes a quality manual containing the quality policy, quality plan with controls and action plans via internal audits, procedures/instructions and registrations. The documents are managed in such a way that they are ap-proved, complete and available in valid and validated versions at all points of use, and that they are identifiable and easy to read. Registrations are made to ensure compliance between quality requirements and the expected function of the quality manage-ment system.


The Management’s


Resource Management

The management of C.C.JENSEN A/S plays an active role in the development and implementation of the system. Annual manage-ment evaluations, customer focus, knowledge gathering, ensuring sufficient resources, defining goals if required, planning, delegation of responsibility and authority and communication at all levels are management responsibilities.

C.C.JENSEN A/S allocates sufficient resources to quality manage-ment. Our employees are competent and possess the relevant training skills and experience within work that has an influence on product quality. Employee training is an ongoing process via annual performance review interviews, and relevant reg-istration is used accordingly. The necessary infrastructure for workplace, buildings, process equipment and support services such as transportation and communication is well maintained. The working and external environments are areas given the highest priority, and applicable legislation within these areas is always observed as a minimum requirement, and managed in accordance with the management’s guidelines. CO2 emissions in particular are controlled and restricted by the use of energy consumption parameters, on which the management focuses and prioritises.


Product realization

All order confirmations etc. must be checked before they are signed, orders confirmed and work commenced. Project require-ments must be well-defined, deviations from the quote must be fully resolved and requirements including a schedule must be achievable. The result of such checks will be documented in the form of the order confirmation.

Prior to an internal order being raised, the processes, resources, requirements, controls and registrations necessary for fulfilment of customer and official requirements additional to standard procedures, must be planned and set up. These must be defined in a quality/control plan.

Prior to internal issuing of the order, the Project Manager is re-sponsible for holding a project review meeting with the factory. A similar review is to be performed if necessary by the Project Manager with subcontractors involved.



& Construction

When development and construction are parts of a project, their execution must comply with the relevant internal procedures or with the guidelines given by an external consultant. Planning, input on product requirements, output from development and construction, including checks for fulfilment of requirements, are major points in the process.

External consultants are responsible to C.C.JENSEN A/S for the aforementioned activities complying with their own quality management system.



Suppliers of products and services will be selected and assessed according to the criteria written in the relevant procedures and/ or according to experience of working together with them. Procedure descriptions ensure that purchases comply with the specified requirements. Purchase specifications depend on the influence of the purchase on the final product. These proce-dures state that the purchase order must contain requirements governing the scope, approvals procedure/quality require-ments, personnel qualifications, quality system requirerequire-ments, documentation and delivery times. Verification of fulfilment of special requirements will be based on checking compliance with the supplier’s own quality management system. Inspection at suppliers’ premises will take place in accordance with applicable procedures.

Goods received inspection often consists of checking for transport damage, quantities and compliance between product and its certificate/documentation. If the check reveals non-con-formities, the product is to be clearly marked in accordance with applicable procedures. The Project Manager is to subsequently be informed.


Production, Installation

& Service Provision

Planning of process control will ensure that the process com-plies with actual planning, including definition of relevant con-trols in the process with associated registrations, and approval of equipment and personnel qualifications.

Planning and execution are ensured using specified documents such as procedures/instructions, working drawings and other equipment, including monitoring and testing equipment. Con-trol plans define the execution and documentation of planned control activities.

Controls are performed on individual working processes, and no product or sub-product can leave a process before its accept-ance criteria have been fulfilled.

Before release and delivery, a final check is performed if nec-essary to ensure that the finished product complies with the requirements applied.

Products supplied by the customer must be identified and if possible stored separately. All non-conformities must be registered and the customer informed. Internal instructions will ensure that materials and products are handled and packaged in such a way that degradation and damage are avoided.



Checking, Measurement

& Testing Equipment

Normal workshop equipment will not usually be used for checks performed by an operator or controller. When special equipment is used, it must be handled, maintained and stored in accordance with applicable instructions. A list of calibrated equipment must be maintained. Verification is to be performed by the relevant suppliers.

Products which fail to fulfil product requirements must be iden-tified and controlled according to the relevant procedures. This will prevent accidental use or supply. If a product is corrected before delivery, it must comply with the product requirements. If a non-conformity is discovered after delivery, measures must be implemented according to the effect of the non-conformity. As such, all reports of non-conformities are kept within Quality Circles, and an annual report is given to the management for




Improvements to the quality management system are ensured by defining, collecting and analysing data on customer satisfac-tion, compliance with product requirements, process efficiency and opportunities for preventive actions.

The data is compared with the quality policy and with quality targets, audit results, corrective and preventive actions, plus management evaluations. Corrective actions must define and remove the cause of non-conformities or defects to avoid repeti-tion.

Preventive actions must ensure that the cause of potential non-conformities is removed. This applies at all levels.













Certificate No. 167772-2014-AQ-DEN-DANAK

This is to certify that

C.C. Jensen A/S

Løvholmen 13, DK-5700 Svendborg, Denmark

has been found to conform to the management system standard:

DS/EN ISO 9001:2008

This certificate is valid for the following product or service ranges:

Production and development of units for maintenance and control of oils

Locations included in the certification will appear in the appendix.

This certificate is valid until:



SYSTEM Reg.nr. 5001

Place and date:

Hellerup, 2015-03-20 DET NORSKE VERITAS,


The audit has been performed under the supervision of:

Poul Rand Anders Lindgren


Langgade 38 5874 Hesselager C. C. Jensen A/S

DS/EN ISO 9001:2008

Production of Filter Inserts Produktion af filterindsatse





Certifikatets danske tekst betragtes som den juridisk gæl-dende i tilfælde af tvivl om oversættelsens korrekthed The Danish text of the certificate is considered to be legally binding in case of doubt with regard to the correct-ness of the translation

Anders Lindgren


DS Certificering is a trade-mark belonging to Det Norske Veritas, Business Assurance Danmark A/S. Tuborg Parkvej 8 2900 Hellerup Danmark Det attesteres hermed, at ledelsessystemet hos This is to certify that the Management System of

Certifikatets gyldighedsområde er The scope of the certificate is

Gyldigt fra / Valid from

er i overensstemmelse med kravene i

Fulfils the requirements in



Gyldigt til / Valid until

DS-certificeret siden / DS certified since

Ledelsens Repræsentant

Management Representative


Løvholmen 9-13 5700 Svendborg C. C. Jensen A/S

DS/EN ISO 9001:2008

Casting and machining of metal castings. Small se-ries of large castings. Primarily in Nickel Aluminium Bronze

Støbning og bearbejdning af metalstøbegods. I små serier med stor vægt. Primært i aluminiumbronze 104189

2013.02.25 2016.03.15


Certifikatets danske tekst betragtes som den juridisk gæl-dende i tilfælde af tvivl om oversættelsens korrekthed The Danish text of the certificate is considered to be legally binding in case of doubt with regard to the correct-ness of the translation

Niels Falk DS Certificering A/SKollegievej 6 DK 2920 Charlottenlund Denmark 34044511 DS Certificering A/S Kollegievej 6 DK 2920 Charlottenlund Denmark

Det attesteres hermed, at ledelsessystemet hos This is to certify that the Management System of

Certifikatets gyldighedsområde er The scope of the certificate is

Gyldigt fra / Valid from

er i overensstemmelse med kravene i

Fulfils the requirements in



Gyldigt til / Valid until

DS-certificeret siden / DS certified since

Adm. Direktør

Managing director



- a Danish based International Company

Headquarters: C.C.JENSEN A/S

Løvholmen 13  DK 5700 Svendborg  Denmark Tel. +45 6321 2014  Fax +45 6222 4615

ccjensen@cjc.dk  www.cjc.dk


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