How to become a regulatory officer
What does a regulatory officer do?Regulatory officers work with industries to ensure corporate and governmental regulations are being followed. They inspect the operations of businesses and report infractions as necessary.
Duties and tasks
- Carry out random checks of industries and businesses to ensure compliance.
- Check documentation and goods to ensure all regulations are being followed.
- Consider applications for both individual and business requests for governmental benefits.
- Examine visas and passports to prevent the entry of illegal aliens.
- Monitor various forms of industry to enforce observance of codes and regulations.
- Search trucks, aircraft, and other vehicles to prevent illegal activity.
- Compliance officer
- Customs investigator
- Customs officer
- Quality assurance inspector
- Traffic officer
- Transport operations officer
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