Oh well...the "Boss" wants 15 in 8 hrs. Sometimes??? you get 12, once got 18, maximum the computer allows is 15 (Girls "add" sometimes, or the "chosen ones" get spec treatment) Chief says "quality vs Quantity".... I usually do what they give me... Depends on what you have to inspect... Resi HVAC units, resi services, resi McMansions (rough/final) the big house on the hill (14000 SF) the 100K+SF warehouse/office/plant, a resi furnace replacement, an in ground pool (trench/bond/rough/final), gas station, cell towers, gensets, 4000 amp services, burg/fire alarms, and a any other possible thing you can think of.
Then, go back to the office, do the paperwork, file the tech cards, do the Cut-In cards, answer the phone, price permits, pull the tech cards for the next day, and do plan review.
Thank God I only work two 8 hour days a week QUALITY!
Tom, i use (1) form for all daily inspections,type of inspection, location, time, pass or fail, comment section.i dont give electrical instruction, just: pass/fail, call back for re-inspection for an extra service fee. i have been in the electrical field for over twenty years,i inspect rough-ins, temp power, just routine, finals when called for.a quick walk thru checking for proper material,workmanship, and code compliance , takes about 20 to 30 min for each location . i take app from 7a to 8a, coffee break 805a 830a at my usual location.845 to 1145 in the field,
Around here, I have to give some guidance to the installer (non-electrician) although I won't tell them how to do something I will suggest a couple of ways that it should be done. You could end up with some spare ventilation holes in your body if you're not careful.
Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.