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1.5.1.3 Safety. Equipment such as safety glasses, shoes, hard hats,
gloves, respirators, and belts shall be provided to inspectors as required. Guidance shall
be given concerning protective equipment requirements, maintenance and use of equip-
ment, and safety precautions to be observed. Inspections of electric and steam distribu-
tion systems, elevators, etc. may require a helper to minimize danger. Inspectors shall
observe safety precautions and be familiar with safety instructions. Safety Inspectors
and Industrial Hygienists should augment the Control Inspection effort and maintain a
dialogue to determine the proper course of corrective action, etc. If these personnel are
unavailable, required services should be purchased from other sources (PWC, contract,
etc.)
1.5.1.4 Organization. NAVFAC P-318, "Organization and Functions
for Public Works Departments," recommends a Work Generation Branch in the Facility
Management Engineering Division (FMED). Responsibilities include scheduling and
performing facility inspections, preparing inspection reports, and planning and estimat-
ing functions.
1.5.1.5 Control Inspector's Duties. Control Inspectors shall:
Carefully review facility files for reported problems, historical
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trends and status of planned work prior to a field inspection.
Be familiar with current space utilization assignments, warranties,
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inter/intra service support and/or lease agreements.
Consult with facility occupants regarding known problems prior to
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inspection.
Conduct thorough inspections and produce an accurate report with
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reliable data. Incomplete examinations should be reported.
Corrective actions shall be recommended based on personal
observation and/or tests or engineering investigations by qualified
personnel.
Recommend other tests or investigations if required.
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Attempt to determine and report the true cause of a problem rather
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than reporting cosmetic deficiencies.
Be alert to deficiencies affecting entire systems. Recommend
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repair by replacement of the system rather than piecemeal,
temporary solutions to problems when practical. Indicate when
Special Projects should be developed.
Appraise the effectiveness and quality of repairs to previously
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reported problems. Report inferior quality work or ineffective
fixes. Note failure to perform specified work.
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