Roles and Responsibilities of Quality Control Inspectors, Painting Supervisors, Blasters, Painters, and Store Keepers
Roles and Responsibilities of Quality Control Inspectors, Painting Supervisors, Blasters, Painters, and Store Keepers

Quality Control Inspector (QC)

The quality control inspector is responsible for ensuring that all work is carried out in accordance with the specified standards and procedures. This includes inspecting materials, equipment, and workmanship to ensure that they meet the required standards. The QC inspector may also be responsible for conducting tests and measurements to verify the quality of the work.

Painting Supervisor

The painting supervisor is responsible for overseeing the work of the painters and ensuring that the work is completed safely and to the required standards. The supervisor may also be responsible for preparing schedules, ordering materials, and coordinating with other trades on the project.

Blaster

The blaster is responsible for operating sandblasting equipment to clean and prepare surfaces for painting or coating. The blaster must ensure that the equipment is set up and operated safely and that all necessary safety precautions are taken, including the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).


Painter

The painter is responsible for preparing and painting surfaces according to the specified standards and procedures. This may include mixing paint, using appropriate tools and techniques, and following safety procedures. The painter may also be responsible for cleaning and maintaining their tools and equipment.

Store Keeper

The store keeper is responsible for managing the inventory of materials, tools, and equipment on the project. This may include ordering supplies, receiving and issuing materials, and maintaining accurate records of inventory levels and usage. The store keeper may also be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and organization of the storeroom or warehouse.


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