According to the City of Surrey Erosion & Sediment Control Bylaw, the ESC Supervisor
- Review the proposed ESC Plan, signing off on the validity of the proposed ESC concept to adequately
- address expected issues on-site
- Monitor to ensure ESC facilities are implemented according to the ESC Plan; particularly at the commencement of clearing and grubbing
- Liaise with the various contractors to co-ordinate the implementation of ESC Facilities in a proactive and diligent manner
- Conduct site inspections as needed in accordance with this document and on-site construction scheduling to ensure measures are implemented and maintained appropriately
- Submit site reports to the City in accordance with section 7 of this document
- Advise the Engineer of Record/Owner of any ESC deficiencies or actions required to be implemented to adapt to changing site conditions or unforeseen problems that arise regarding erosion and sediment control
- Keep a detailed record of any changes to the ESC Plan and coordinate plan revisions with the plan designer as dictated by the performance of the site
- Co-ordinate the removal of ESC measures with site operations
- Monitor and report on the parameters identified in this document
Liaise with the City regarding the management of the site under the ESC Permit, and
Provide confirmation reports to the City to facilitate the release of held securities.
It is an obligation of the permit holder to retain the services of an ESC Supervisor at all times. Should this not be the case, then the Permit will be deemed in non-compliance.
- The person to whom the role is being designated to meet s the minimum requirements set forth in the ESC Bylaw
- The developer submits a new Schedule “D” document completed by the new ESC Supervisor accompanied by a letter acknowledging the change of the ESC Supervisor.