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NOC 2263 Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety

Example Titles
Beauty salon inspector
Dangerous goods inspector – railway transport
Dangerous waste inspector
Enforcement officer – environmental health
Environmental health and safety technician
Environmental health and safety technologist
Environmental health inspector
Environmental health inspectors supervisor
Environmental health officer
Environmental health officers supervisor
Environmental officer
Field supervisor – occupational health and safety
Flood damage inspector
Food inspector
Hazardous waste inspector
Hazardous waste inspector – environmental health
Hazardous waste management technologist
Health and safety advisor
Health and safety inspector
Health and safety officer
Health and safety technician
Health and safety technologist
Health officers supervisor
Health standards inspector
Hotel and restaurant inspector – public health
Industrial health officer
Industrial hygiene inspector
Industrial safety officer – occupational health and safety
Industrial waste control inspector
Labour affairs officer – occupational health and safety
Labour standards officer
Labour standards officer – occupational health and safety
Mine examiner
Mine safety inspector
Nursing home inspector
Occupational health and safety consultant (OHS)
Occupational health and safety inspector
Occupational health and safety officer
Occupational health inspector
Occupational health officer
Occupational health supervisor
Occupational hygiene inspector
Occupational hygiene technician
Occupational hygienist technologist
Occupational safety inspector
Occupational safety officer
Pollution control inspector
Prevention officer – occupational health and safety
Public health inspector
Public health inspectors supervisor
Public health safety inspector
Public health unit supervisor
Quarantine officer – public health
Radiation monitor
Radiation surveyor
Restaurant inspector
Restaurant inspector – public health
Rodent control inspector
Rodent control officer
Safety and sanitary inspector – public and environmental health
Safety officer
Safety practitioner
Safety supervisor – occupational health and safety
Sanitary department inspector – environmental health
Sanitary standards inspector
Sewage disposal inspector – environmental health
Waste water treatment plant inspector
Water inspector
Welfare institute inspector – public health

Lead statement
Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety evaluate and monitor health and safety hazards and develop strategies to control risks. They inspect restaurants, industrial establishments, municipal water systems, public facilities, institutions and other workplaces to ensure compliance with government regulations regarding sanitation, pollution control, the handling and storage of hazardous substances and workplace safety. They are employed throughout the public and private sectors.

Main duties
This group performs some or all of the following duties:
Inspect the sanitary conditions of restaurants, hotels, schools, hospitals and other public facilities or institutions
Conduct surveys and monitoring programs of the natural environment to identify sources of pollution
Collect biological and chemical samples and specimens for analysis; measure physical, biological and chemical workplace hazards; and conduct safety and environmental audits
Investigate health and safety related complaints, spills of hazardous chemicals, outbreaks of diseases or poisonings and workplace accidents
Inspect workplaces to ensure that equipment, materials and production processes do not present a safety or health hazard to employees or to the general public
Develop, implement and evaluate health and safety programs and strategies
Initiate enforcement procedures to fine or to close an establishment contravening municipal, provincial or federal regulations
Provide consultation and deliver training programs to employers, employees and the general public on issues of public health, environmental protection or workplace safety.

Source: Canada website