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To provide traffic management oversight for the Pipeline Project. To work with Provincial Regulators, including the BC MOTI and Alberta Transportation, to ensure that work planning, pertaining to lane closure and road work notifications, are made in timely manner in coordination with the General Contractors.
To ensure that field observations are being conducted on work sites and compliance to the Contractor’s Traffic Management Plan is maintained, which must meet or exceed the Traffic and Access Control Management Plan.
Your Key Responsibilities
The Traffic Inspector (TI) is responsible for the audit and oversight of the Contractor and reports to the Health and Safety Lead.
This includes conducting regular inspections on documentation and on field activities to ensure that the Contractor’s work sites requiring traffic control are being operated in a safe and efficient manner for both the public and workers.
The TI will work directly with a qualified EOR to comply with regulatory requirements.
The TI will coordinate communications with the provincial authorities including BC MoTI, BC Oil and Gas Commission, BC MFLNRO, and AT.
The TI will coordinate the activities of the Contractor’s TM as dictated by the Project requirements and progress.
TIs will complete field inspections on a daily basis and keep a journal. The results of the daily inspection and any major concerns will be communicated directly to the contractor for immediate corrective action.
Traffic Inspectors will complete a weekly summary report of their findings and submit to Sr. Field Safety Inspectors or the Safety Lead.
Traffic Inspectors will complete a similar report for each contractor on a monthly basis. Traffic Inspectors will complete a yearly audit on the contractor’s Traffic Management Plan to ensure it is being implemented effectively.
Any deficiencies noted by the Traffic Inspector will be communicated to the contractor who will be required to complete a corrective action plan to ensure timely resolution of any traffic safety issues.
In areas of construction where, due to the complexity of traffic control requirements, the duration of the construction work, or where emergency vehicle routes have a higher potential to be affected, the Traffic Inspector will review such locations to ensure that the localized emergency response plan for emergency vehicles to and through the work zone is effective.
Corrective actions must be conducted as soon as is practicable and the Traffic Inspector will keep notes in their journal with summarized findings in their weekly report.
Education & Certification
Worksafe BC Traffic Control Person (TCP) or AB Provincial equivalent
Minimum of 5 years working in a supervisory capacity for highway projects including experience working with Municipal and Provincial road regulatory Authorities
Position will work in office and field setting. Visits construction sites and works in outside weather conditions.
This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice.
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Job : Construction Management / Coordination
Primary Location : Canada-Alberta-Edmonton
Other Locations : Canada-Alberta, Canada-British Columbia
Job Level : Individual Contributor
Travel : Yes, 75 % of the Time