Water infrastructure systems are complex, to say the least, even for the most experienced teams. For municipal systems to operate at their highest level of functionality, without unforeseen situations and problems, efficient, proactive inspection systems are absolutely essential.
For municipal contracts, timing and costs are, well, everything.
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Your smart water inspectors have a lot on their plates. We don’t say this to be cliché or because it sounds right. We say it because it’s true.
It’s no secret: our country’s infrastructure is aging. Pipes and water systems installed at various points in history have begun to reach the end of their expected lifespans. Proactive inspections have never been more necessary, or in higher demand.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration – OSHA – is nothing new for those involved in Smart Water inspections. For employers who send contractors and employees into the field to perform critical tasks, like manhole cover inspections, ensuring their safety and their adherence to OSHA standards is not something that can be taken lightly.