The Utility Inspector's duties and responsibilities require that they'll be both knowledgeable and experienced in all phases of pipeline and related facilities construction and inspection.
Performs visual inspections of all Project construction activities on a daily basis to verify conformance to the drawings and specifications for each Inspector’s functional area.
Keeps a log of all quality deficiencies and construction deviations that documents the deficiency, the corrective action or repair to be taken by Other Contractor(s), and shall follow up to verify corrective action was completed. This log will become part of the records provided to the Company by each Inspector.
Produces a daily report of the work performed by Other Contractors, inspection Services completed, and deficiencies or deviations noted on a Company provided Daily Progress Report template, or Company approved alternative.
Inspectors shall be present for handling of all major equipment by Other Contractors, including loading and unloading, and shall inspect equipment prior to any lift.
Additional duties as assigned.
Previous field experience in construction and regulations in the oil and gas industry with expertise in such areas as electrical, structural, mechanical, non-destructive testing, welding and instrumentation.
Knowledge of safety requirements applicable to inspection as set forth in the OSHA Construction Industry Standards.
Inspector should be familiar with Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) rules and regulations.
API 1169 certification a plus. All inspectors will be required to have this certification by 2019. It is advised all personnel obtain this sooner rather than later.