How to become an inspector and regulatory officer
What does an inspector and regulatory officer do?
Duties and tasks
- Assess water resource supplies, test water samples to make sure water is clean for use and process license requests to access water.
- Check legal documents of individuals, and examine visas and applications for residency.
- Conduct inspections on potentially hazardous plants, buildings, waste management operations and a variety of other services to ensure emissions are within specific regulations.
- Document and prepare reports based on inspections and findings, referring cases for enforcement or penalties if needed.
- Evaluate bus, trains and other public transportation to ensure they are operating effectively and running according to schedule.
- Inspect company taxation documents to ensure compliance with taxation rules and regulations.
- Inspect vehicles, buildings, property and companies for regulation compliance and identify illegal activities such as undocumented freight and banned items.
- Investigate the authenticity of claims for government benefits and ensure compliance with standards.
- Compliance officer
- Customs investigator
- Customs officer
- Local government inspector
- Parking inspector
- Quality assurance inspector
- Traffic officer
- Transport operations officer
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