The mission of the Municipal Inspection Bureau (MIB) is to ensure a sustainable high quality of life in Pointe-Claire through its presence and vigilance. The MIB relies on a qualified and professional staff dedicated to the quality of life of Pointe-Claire citizens.
Responsibilities and goals associated with the position
Reporting to the Planner – Municipal Inspection Office, the Inspector – Public Safety Prevention pro-actively enforces by-laws, regulations, legislation and orders pertaining to emergency preparedness, fire prevention and protection for the public buildings owned by the City of Pointe-Claire.
The jobholder’s main responsibilities are as follows:
• Conduct inspections of the City’s buildings in order to enforce fire safety by-laws, regulations, standards and legislation; conduct trials of the self-protection devices.
• Create a folder for each location inspected, entering all the required information into files.
• During installation or maintenance of the fire protection systems, check the compliance and operation of the facilities in the public buildings owned by the City of Pointe-Claire.
• Along with the Service de sécurité incendie de Montréal (SIM), prepare plans and plan evacuation exercises for public buildings.
• Update, establish and deploy the fire safety plans in the public buildings owned by the City of Pointe-Claire and the City’s emergency measures plan.
• Enter data and prepare reports required by management regarding interventions, incidents and various daily activities.
• Oversee certain stages of the work on municipal buildings that are directly connected with his/her role, including hot work.
• Issue, monitor and check hot work permits when required.
• Update the information pertaining to emergency measures software (Logimu) and lock-out software.
• Follow up on building inspections with the various departments.
• Have any location considered hazardous for the occupants evacuated.
• Apply required health and safety measures.
• Use, as needed, various pieces of office equipment and appropriate programs for performing certain job-related tasks.
• Perform any other related tasks.
• A college diploma (DEC) in fire prevention or a vocational fire safety diploma (DEP) along with an attestation of collegial studies (AEC) or university studies in fire prevention.
• Minimum of one year of experience in a similar role.
• Ability to speak and write French and speak in English.
• Ability to legibly fill out forms and documents.
• Valid Class 4A driver’s licence.
• Tactful, calm and courteous.
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