Your question pertains to Data modeling and even though I cannot give you a definitive answer on how to solve your particular problem, I suggest, if you have access to Filemaker Training Series Advanced, to read pages 16 to 55.
From what I understand, you need at least 2 tables for the inspection part of your solution (might be more) with a one-to-many relationship: Inspection --< Action (an Inspection can have one or many Actions and an Action is part of one and only one inspection).
Anyway, I strongly suggest that you build your Data model prior to development. It will save you a lot of work down the line and your solution will be better suited to your needs and will perform better.
Hope that helps.
Thanks, I've checked the book and think I've come to some understanding of how to layout these tables.