Career outlook for site supervisor
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Currently employed in Scotland
What's it like?
You would check that work on a building site is being done properly and that the workers are safe
You’d oversee the quality and safety of work on a construction site. You’d check that the work matches the building plans and specifications.
You’d make sure that health and safety rules are being followed.
- Regularly inspect the work on site
- Compare the work with the drawings and specifications
- Check the quality of the building materials
- Keep a record of your findings
- Identify where work is not good enough and suggest ways to make it better
- Deal with other construction staff, such as contractors, engineers and surveyors
- Report progress to construction managers, architects and clients
You might also be responsible for supervising the workforce on the building site during a project.
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