Quality Integrated Services

  • Safety Inspector

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  • Overview

    The Safety Inspector's duties and responsibilities require they be knowledgeable and experienced in all phases of pipeline construction, operation, and inspection. They ensure that all work and materials comply with zoning regulations, contract terms and building codes. Safety inspectors maintain daily inspection records and monitor all phases of construction. 


    • Enforces safety policies, plans and specifications, based on OSHA Standards and State and Federal regulations, and best practices for the industry.
    • Maintains continual communications with Company and "key" personnel to ensure compliance with the safety requirements.
    • Provides safety meetings for field and key personnel with pertinent information related to project safety and hazardous conditions.
    • Makes recommendations for safety compliance between the Client Company and the Contractor.
    • Assures adherence to safety requirements regarding recognized hazardous conditions.
    • Provides recommendations for preventative measures to minimize accidents in construction activities.
    • Follows QIS and Client Company's Safety and Health procedures.


    • 3-5 years safety experience in the pipeline or construction industry.
    • Able to assume the role of both Consultant and Safety Inspector, as circumstances dictate, to Construction Management and Company regarding safety and hazardous conditions.
    • Trained in Pipeline Safety Regulations, and OSHA Construction Safety with heavy emphasis in regards to Excavation Safety, and Hazardous Conditions Recognition.
    • Has proven ability and a thorough understanding of Company Safety Policy, OSHA 1926, DOT regulations, Federal and State safety codes.
    • Is versed in Company policy, procedures, training, and practices regarding safety and construction.
    • Has actual field experience regarding safety, hazardous conditions, and related circumstances.
    • Has the ability to recognize hazardous situations and recommend corrective measures.
    • OSHA 10, OSHA 30, and OSHA 500.
    • Optional: Advanced degree in Safety.


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