TEN OBJECTIVES OF A     GOOD INSPECTORThrough conversations with fieldpersonnel, management andadministration these object...
Flexibility The nature of the work requires this It is fact, not flaw
PPE (Personal Protective          Equipment) Wear what is required for your activity If you need it, ask for it
Reference Materials Is there a detail or a standard? Does this pay item involve a SA or MA? Does it require a shop draw...
Professional Curiosity Dive into the plans. Consult with peers. Get involved!
Professional Attitude and          Appearance Dress appropriately for each activity Be forthcoming and informative with ...
Communication Communicate with peers and project  manager regarding project issues, work  and scheduling. Look ahead whe...
Accuracy Perform all paperwork and filing with  care and prudence Filing preferences vary from PM to PM This affects fu...
Contractor/Inspector        Relationship Ethics are the key to respect Inform PM of conflict immediately
“Pass it on” Do not alter or agree to alter the plans  in any way Understand the chain of command,  which can vary from ...
Field Judgement Comes from experience Relies heavily on your relationship with  PM Increase your exposure to increase y...
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Ten objectives

  1. 1. TEN OBJECTIVES OF A GOOD INSPECTORThrough conversations with fieldpersonnel, management andadministration these objectives werediscovered to be relevant andimportant. We intend for them to serveas a guide for the goal of fosteringrelationships and continuing educationto meet the needs of the client.
  2. 2. Flexibility The nature of the work requires this It is fact, not flaw
  3. 3. PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Wear what is required for your activity If you need it, ask for it
  4. 4. Reference Materials Is there a detail or a standard? Does this pay item involve a SA or MA? Does it require a shop drawing or submittal? KNOW your pay item.
  5. 5. Professional Curiosity Dive into the plans. Consult with peers. Get involved!
  6. 6. Professional Attitude and Appearance Dress appropriately for each activity Be forthcoming and informative with the contractor
  7. 7. Communication Communicate with peers and project manager regarding project issues, work and scheduling. Look ahead when possible and schedule time per your office’s protocol.
  8. 8. Accuracy Perform all paperwork and filing with care and prudence Filing preferences vary from PM to PM This affects future project personnel (which ultimately could be you!)
  9. 9. Contractor/Inspector Relationship Ethics are the key to respect Inform PM of conflict immediately
  10. 10. “Pass it on” Do not alter or agree to alter the plans in any way Understand the chain of command, which can vary from office to office Know when to “pass it on”
  11. 11. Field Judgement Comes from experience Relies heavily on your relationship with PM Increase your exposure to increase your experience

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