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    1.5.7.2 Private Surveyors


    Land surveyors, photogrammetrists and engineers in private practice have valuable information in their files which we frequently need. Their attitudes and the extent of their cooperation results, largely, from previous contacts. Survey Sections should cultivate good relationships with private firms. Extend full cooperation to them whenever possible (this includes access to our control data and right of way engineering information).

    1.5.7.3 Railroads


    Property which a railroad owns primarily as a landowner (land which does not carry rails) should be regarded as any other private property.

    Land which carries rails is called "operating Right-of-Way”. Before entry is made on such property, a notice of entry must be sent. All personnel entering railroad property must have a valid ID indicating railroad safety training within the current year. Right of entry permit must be obtained from Railroad Company.

    Stay alert at all times, and remember that you are there to survey safely. Railroad operations are not to be disrupted.

    1.5.7.4 Public Lands


    Public lands should be treated as special types of private property where attention to additional regulations is required. Some of the types of public lands where you might survey are state parks, national parks, local parks, national forest, wilderness areas, state and national monuments, and historical sites.

    1.5.7.4.1 Pre-Entry Activity


    Before surveying in agency areas:

    A. Contact the person having responsibility for the public facility. (This contact should be made by the crew chief or the crew chief’s immediate supervisor.)

    B. Explain the need for the survey, its anticipated duration, and any probable effects on the facility.

    C. Learn the requirements for working in these areas: permits, fire regulations, brush cutting procedures, and restriction on vehicular operations. In addition, the Park Supervisor (Ranger) might be able to give valuable information, such as the locations of control points and access roads.

    D. Orient each surveyor involved. Tell each about all survey requirements.

    E. Obtain required permits.

    Forest and park rangers and supervisors are cooperative and helpful when all rules are obeyed. Consulting them in advance will ensure that regulations will not inadvertently be broken.

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    1.5.7.4.2 Work Activity


    A. Survey within all the requirements determined above.

    B. Obtain additional permits when work arises which is not covered by an active permit.

    C. Consult with the ranger or supervisor when additional "non-permit" work arises.

    D. Inform the responsible ranger or official of your daily location.

    E. Notify the responsible official when you leave and when you reenter, when there is a substantial time break in the survey.

    1.5.7.4.3 Wilderness Areas


    Surveys in wilderness areas are subject to very stringent regulations. DO NOT WORK in these areas prior to receiving approval from U.S. Forest Service. Usually, a permit will be required. Obtain approval for a survey in a wilderness area with the forest supervisor in charge of that area.

    1.5.7.4.4 State Parks


    The New Jersey Department of Parks and Recreation requires permits for surveys in State parks. For reconnaissance surveys, the Regional Survey Supervisor or crew chief might be able to arrange for surveying without a permit by having a thorough discussion with the park supervisor.

    1.5.7.5 Law Enforcement Agencies


    When a survey requires night work, notify local law enforcement agencies. This enables them to be aware of the source and reason for the appearance of "unusual" lights and activity.

    1.5.8 Cemeteries


    General Guidelines - Do not let survey activities interfere with the operation or maintenance of cemeteries. Contact cemetery owners to see if they have any special entry requirements. Pet cemeteries should be handled in the same manner.

    Undocumented Sites - Be on the lookout for old cemeteries, large or small, when working in rural areas. In addition to obvious headstones, look for enclosed areas, unusual mounds of grass, and other indications. If evidence indicates a cemetery, the crew chief should promptly report the evidence to the Survey Section so proper approval can be obtained. When a cemetery or individual gravesite is not discovered until the construction phase, many problems can develop.

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    1.5.9 Archaeological Sites


    Site Recognition - Most potential sites can be recognized only by a trained archaeologist. However, the more obvious evidence can be recognized by a layperson. Watch for such things as mounds of earth, fossil beds, charcoal pits, circular pits, and unusual stones. The archaeology departments of local colleges can furnish information on recognizing potential sites. This Bureau of Environmental Services can furnish information on recognizing potential sites.

    Reporting a Site - When a site is located, the archaeologist needs considerable time for exploration. Therefore, promptly notify the archaeological representative.

    Site Integrity - Leave the site in its "found" condition. Leave artifacts, undisturbed, at the site.


    1.6 Safety

    1.6.1 “Code of Safe Surveying Practices”


    NJDOT employees survey in many different challenging environments. Rugged terrain, high-speed traffic, tools used, and construction equipment are some of the elements that typify survey hazards.

    Most people have one thing in common with many who have experienced an accident: they believe it could not happen to them. A meaningful safety program requires that each Survey employee acknowledge that, "It can happen to me”. Each must also ask, "What is my responsibility?", and "What can I do to keep it from happening?"

    NJDOT employees should consult and follow the safety codes and procedures as outlined in the most recent “Safety Manual” of the New Jersey Department of Transportation. Each field employee shall have ready access to this manual.

    · All field personnel shall have a practical working knowledge of this Manual.
    · Each employee is charged by law to do everything reasonably necessary to protect life, safety, and health of everyone and comply with all occupational safety and health regulations which are applicable to his or her job.
    · Promptly report injuries and accidents and unsafe conditions, tools, and equipment.
    · Report to work each day in a physical condition that will enable functioning with agility and alertness.

    Supervisors, crew chiefs and/or Field Supervisors are responsible for:

    · Monitoring safety conditions and performance.

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    1.6.2 First Aid


    The crew should be equipped with a First-Aid manual, and an approved first-aid kit.




    1.7 Communications


    Good communications are essential to efficient and safe survey operations. Survey employees shall strive to communicate as effectively as possible.

    Besides the usual verbal and written communications, survey may directly or indirectly use the following communication systems:

    · Telephones.
    · FCC accepted mobile, hand-held and base station radios, and fax machines.

    NJDOT employees should follow the established regulations and proper conduct with regard to using and operating these devices

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